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Destinations

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YANGON

 Enriched with famous pagodas, churches and monuments of British colonial area. Yangon, the former capital city, is the more important gateway to Myanmar. Yangon is known for its colonial architecture, which although decaying, remain an almost unique example of a 19th century British colonial capital. Friendly street vendors, traditionally dressed local people, attracting old chevrolet buses and tri-show, all make a feel like a museum of Yangon downtown life. Shwedagon, the heart of Myanmar and Yangon, is the most ... Read more

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BAGO

 Situated 80 km north east of Yangon, Bago makes a perfect day trip. Bago was the ancient capital of Mon Kingdom in the 15th century. It is home to a big reclining Buddha image (Shwe Tha Lyaung Pagoda) and the golden Shwemawdaw Pagoda, a notable landmark in Bago. The royal palace of Bayint Naung, who conquered the largest empire in South East Asia, is also one of the town’s attraction. Read more

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MANDALAY

It is the second largest city and the last Royal Capital of Myanmar. Many historical buildings and attraction sights, temples and pagodas, exist within and around the town. This is also a center for silk and cotton weaving. The Maha Muni Pagoda whose image was said to be given by Buddha himself is considered the second most important pilgrimage Myanmar people make. Mandalay Hill, 230 metres in elevation, command a superb view of the city, the palace the moat and surrounding country side. Visitors should not miss the ... Read more

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PYIN OO LWIN(MAYMYO)

 A cool hill station, over 1000 meters above sea level, found during colonial times and about 69 km away from Mandalay. Here company can enjoy beautiful scenery, a cool climate and nostalgic atmosphere of former days in its colonial style buildings with large compound and pine trees, eucaluptus and silver-oak abound in town. The botanical gardens (now knowns as Kandawgyi National Park) is the home to thousand of varied species of birds, insects, orchids and trees. The sightseer will find the markets in Pyin Oo Lwin very ... Read more

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BAGAN

Bagan is one of the historically enchanting cities of Myanmar and also one of the richest archeological sites in Asia. The city is truly a place of magnificent temples, pagodas and stupas that are more than 1500 years old scattered all over the 42 sq kilometers of a desert like plain region, located in upper Myanmar and on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy river. Bagan is the storehouse of ancient Burmese art and architecture. Besides, being the capital of the first dinasty of Myanmar, Bagan offers over 2000 temples and ... Read more

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MOUNT POPA

 A side trip from Bagan set in the middle of lovely hill, 1500 meters and forest landscape, Mt.Popa is a steep-sided, extinct volcanic peak devoted to the famous “Nat” sprits of Myanmar. A shrine to these fear and appreciated conventional character lies at the foot of “Taungkalat” , a volcanic plug. The nearby and the Mount Popa itself are enclosed with leafy and lush forest which is in abundance filled with various species of flora and fauna. It can be called an oasis in the central dry zone of Myanmar. Due ... Read more

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MRAUK U

 Mrauk U is an ancient city and situated in Rakhine State, Myanmar and it is also one of the most important site for archaeologists to observe different artifacts in the area. Mrauk U lies Eastern Kaladan River and is surrounded by hills in both northern and southern part. King Narameikhla (1404-1434 A.D) founded Mrauk u and remained the same as the capital for the next 400 years. To reach to Mrauk U, visitors need to take boat about 5 hours from Sittwe following along the bend of the Kaladan River. It can be said ... Read more

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MAWLAMYINE (Moulmein)

 Mawlamyine is also recognized as Moulemein, a name given by the British colonial settlers. It is the capital of Mon State, situated at the mouth of the Thanlwin River (Salween River). Visitors to Mawlamyine are simply charmed at the scenic beauty and its temperate climate. The impression of post colonial decay is still palpable here as this town was an administration hub of British Raj in the early 19th century. It’s also a good-looking and tropical town with a ride of stupa-capped hills on one side and the sea on ... Read more

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GOLDEN ROCK (Kyite Htee Yoe)

 The rather rigorous trip to this unique pilgrimage site is always satisfied with a fabulous sight of a huge rock weighing 600 tons, insecurely balanced at the edge of a crag of Paung Laung mountain range, around 200 km South East of Yangon. Golden Rock, in Myanmar Language known as Kyite Htee Yoe Pagoda is one of the breath-taking and also a sacred place for Myanmar People. It is located at the top of Mt.Kyite Htee Yoe in Mon State. On top of the boulder is a delicate pagoda, enshrined with a single strand of hair ... Read more

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NGAPALI BEACH

 Ngapali is located in Rakhine State and stretches along the Bay of Bangal. Ngapali is said to be one of the best beaches in Myanmar where visitors can enjoy the true nature of the most natural, untouched beach itself up to this day. The beach stretches about 3 km with soft white sand fringed by coconut palms. It is the best place for those leading a modern life in urban areas and looking for a place to enjoy the nature beauty of the beach itself. Burma’s only fully fledged beach resort. Ngapali, centre on a ... Read more

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INLE LAKE

 A breath-taking life style with completely special dimension to the Myanmar travel experience awaits visitors in Inle Lake. This world famous floating village is 900 meters above sea level, 22 km long and 10 km across is located in Shan State of Myanmar. Here the stress is an lovely lake scenery, hazy distance mountains and interesting local society. The vast lake, natural and clean is studded with floating island and is renowned for its scenic beauty, unique leg-rowers and colorful local markets. Other significant ... Read more

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KALAW

 Kalaw stand high on the western edge of the Shan Plateau. It is 70 km vest of Taungyi (The Capital Of Shan State) about middle along the Thazi-Taungyi road. This was a popular hill station in the British days and it is still a peaceful and quiet place located above 1400 meters above sea level, it is also pleasantly cool and a good place for hiking amid gnarled pines, bamboo groves and rugged mountain scenery. A former colonial British hill station, this small- town possesses many of the Tudor-style houses and English ... Read more

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PINDAYA

 About 45 km drive from Kalaw, Pindaya is a samll quiet town balanced on the bank of the placid Botaloke lake. Pindaya cave is a huge cave where thousands of Buddha images of teak wood, marble, alabaster, brick, cement and lacquer in various size and shape are enshrined since the 11th century. There are some Buddha images and interesting stalagmites. Huge monastery compounds with numerous pagodas and temples in different stages of dilapidation are much respected by such ethnic groups as the Shan. Danu and Paoh living ... Read more

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