Myanmar’s allure is quite powerful.
Take Bagan, for instance, where the sun sets over a sea of ancient temples and pagodas. Thousands dot the landscape, their peaked roofs and spires poking the sky like pins. Or Yangon, Myanmar’s capital and home to the country’s most important religious site – the extravagant
Shwedagon Pagoda. A mass of gold dripping in gems, it makes Asia’s greenest city sparkle.
Those yearning to visit Myanmar should do a bit of research. By maximizing the travel dollars that reach the local population, you ensure a trip that is not only enjoyable, but also conscionable.
Yangon, the capital city is the main gateway to Myanmar. Evergreen and cool with lush tropical trees, shady parks and
Bagan is the main tourist attraction in Myanmar. One of the richest archaeological sites in Asia, it is located on the
Refreshingly free of high rises until now, this pleasant mix of colonial buildings and tree shaded streets serves as a
Much like Siem Reap in Cambodia, the small town of Bagan close to the archaeological site is destined to develop rapidly
The old royal city of Mandalay, is also the home of traditional artisans - including wood and stone carvers,
Inle Lake is the second largest natural lake in Myanmar. It is situated in the middle of the Nyaungshwe Valley, nestled
Pindaya Township is situated in the Taunggyi District in Shan State in Burma. It is known for its spectacular limestone
Ngapali Beach can be found in Rakhine, in Myanmar. It is the most well known beach of the country, visited by tourists
Sule Pagoda is an important Yangon landmark. Smack right in the centre of a busy commercial district, on the
It is said that no visit to Myanmar is complete without a trip to Shwedagon Pagoda. Considered one of the wonders of the
While duty-free shops, department stores, supermarkets and minimarkets exist in Yangon, the real magic is to be found at
Myanmar, little known to many, has an astonishing number of pagodas, temples, and massive Buddhist monuments - which is
Let's face it; Myanmar isn't the Las Vegas of Asia. There's little or no nightlife to be had in this quiet corner of the
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