Highlight of Myanmar

Yangon
Mandalay
Bagan
Inle
Mrauk U

Others Destination

Bago
Kyeik Hti Yoe
Monywa
Mawlamyaing
Pyin Oo Lwin
Mt Popa

Tribe & Trekking

Putao
Kyaing Tong
Pindaya
Kalaw
Mt Victoria

Nature & Bird

Hlaw-gar
Myaing-hay-won
Moeyungyi
Nat-ma taung

Beaches

Ngapali Beach
Ngwe Saung Beach

 

Highlight Of Myanmar



 

 
YANGON

Yangon, one of the fascinating cities in South East Asia, lies in southern delta region of Myanmar, lined by the Yangon River and Bago River, with the population of over 5 millions. It is the biggest city in Myanmar and was the formal capital until 2006 after ending the Burmese royal kingdom by the British in 1885.

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MANDALAY

The name “Mandalay” derived from Man-da-lar, means the centre of the Universe. The old name is Ya-da-nar-pu-ra, means “city of gems”. Mandalay is the last Royal city of Burmese king (1752-1885) and the second largest city in Myanmar with the population of about 1.3 millions.

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BAGAN 

Bagan is the biggest and one of the richest archaeological sites in south-east Asia with over 2200 monuments still standing, about 1000 are in ruins. There were originally 4446 monuments; temples, pagoda, monasteries, ordination halls, dotted in Bagan.

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INLE

Inle would be really your dream trip. The environment is really magnificent.
It is situated about 885m above sea level surrounded by high plateaus, 22km long and 10 km wide. The lake is home to the Intha and famous for its scenic beauty and lifestyle of the Intha.

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MRAUK U

Mrauk-Oo is the last capital of Rakhine in the north-west part of Myanmar, founded by King Mong Saw Mon in 1430. The ancient city is now deserted but the ruined temples form an impressive and extensive stone record of the kingdom. Once it was one of the important and powerful in the Indian Ocean.

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