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Yangon and Environ

yangon-05Yangon, formerly the capital of Myanmar is now the commercial city of the country with international airport and deep sea port nearby. It is the most populated with its 6 million habitants and still important for the administration although the government seat moved officially to Nay Pyi Taw....

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Mandalay and Environ

mandalay-01Mandalay is the last capital of Myanmar monarchic dynasty (19 century). The ancient Pagodas, Monasteries and Palace Wall still exist in good shape. Being the centre of Myanmar culture, the city preserves its traditions, culture and the purity of Myanmar language standard despite the influence of modernity in the city nowadays.....

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Bagan and Its Environ

bagan-01Bagan, the ancient religious archaeological site is considered as the treasure of the country as well as the birth place of Myanmar. This ancient city was selected to be assembled at the east bank of river Ayewaddy and set as the capital of first empire of Myanmar. The golden age of Bagan is from 11 century to 13 century......

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Inlay Lake and Environ

inle-05The green lake is located at the southern Shan State, which is surrounded by the range of mountains of 880 meter altitude. It is 22 kilometers long, 8 kilometers large and dept 3.5 meters at the raining season and 1.5 meters at the dry season. There are more than 100 villages around.....

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Kyaik Hti Yoe and Environ

kyaikhtiyoe-01Kyaik Hti Yoe, known as Golden Rock is situated in Mon state, 5 hours drive away from Yangon. It is considered as one of the most venerated pagodas of the country and it receives many thousands of pilgrims except in raining season. Golden Rock is famous for its geologically amazing position....

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Mrauk U and Environ

mrauk-u-01Mrauk U, a famous archeological site is located in western part of Myanmar in Rakhine State. It was the royal capital of Rakhine dynasty from 15 to 18 century. The kings of the dynasty built temples with stones from the sea through 3 centuries of their reign. The temples still stand there in black color.....

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Pyin Oo Lwin and Environ

pwinoolwin-02Pyin Oo Lwin (or) colonial serenity greets you from 67 km east of Mandalay and 1010 m above sea level. Pyin Oo Lwin has been chosen as a summer retreat town during colonial period because of its nice weather and pleasant atmosphere. On reaching the town, there is immediate change in climate....

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Kyeng Tung and Environ

kyaing-tong-04Kyeng Tung is the largest town in northern Shan State sharing borders with China, Laos and Thailand. Eleven ethnic groups in their own customary way of life and wearing their traditional costumes live in the region. Majority are the Buddhists while the animists and those worshiping the traditional gods blend.....

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Beaches In Myanmar

chaung-tha-01Myanmar is also known for its un spoilt natural beaches. Unlike the neighboring countries, Beaches in Myanmar are very calm, very clean and do not have night activities. Relaxation at the beach in Myanmar is completely to relax and to enjoy the beauty of nature. Ngapali, Ngwe Saung and Chaung Tha....

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Myeik and Environ

myeik-02Myeik, 248km farther south of Dawei, (known as Mergui in colonial times and pronounce as Beik in Myanmar spoken form) perched on a peninsula just out into the Andaman Sea. Due to its location, Myeik has developed as an important port for over 500 years. Rubber, coconuts and marine products are major.....

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Putao and Environ

putao-03Putao is the northernmost town of Kachin State, surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The place is famous for bird-lovers and rare orchids, which grow naturally on the tall trees and mountains. Hkakabo Razi and other snow-capped mountains are seen from Putao, which is also a base town for hiking....

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Pyay (Prome) and Environ

pyay-02Pyay is 294km north of Yangon, at the crossroads for bumpy bus rides west to Ngapali Beach and less bumpy bus rides north to Bagan. Over the years it's practically seen by more archaeologists than travelers, due to the much-excavated ancient Pyu capital of Myanmar Thayekhittaya, 8km east. The town....

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