Sin Kyun Village


AKP Project Since 2014


AKP brings education, clean water and hope to a small island village in the Irrawaddy River


Sin Kyun Village is a remote island of 1,000 inhabitants, located just north of Mandalay in the middle of the Irrawaddy River. Its people specialize in peanut farming and hat-making, and the island uses an electric generator that runs just three hours in the evenings. All houses use well water. When the chief requested help for a library, it was the beginning of a partnership between the village leadership and AKP to improve the quality of life, focusing particularly on education.

AKP’s support now includes new classroom construction and a small house for teachers.

Visit this Project

While cruising on Sanctuary Ananda, visit this remote island and witness their local way of life. Meander village pathways and watch the process of creating traditional handicrafts. See the school’s new library, classroom and teachers’ house.

A&K can include a visit to Sin Kyun Village on a Tailor Made Journey to Myanmar. Contact our offices in Australia, the UK or the US for assistance in creating an itinerary just for you.