Myanmar Destinations

 

Yangon

Yangon, the capital city, is the gateway to Myanmar. Evergreen and cool with lush tropical trees, shady parks and beautiful lakes. Yangon has earned the name of "the Garden City...   Read More >>
Bagan

This glittering ancient capital with some 5000 pagodas was founded in 849, whose splendour climaxed during the reign of the first Burmese King Anawrahta in 1057 with...   Read More >>
Golden Rock

The boulder and the cliff are two separate pieces and they barely touch each other. From KIN PUN camp, a steep and rough 11 km road leads to the upper stagging point...   Read More >>
Inle

A sheet of blue glass water at 900m above sea level, with its own native inhabitants, the INTHA people who live on stilted homes built on the lake with their stunning floating gardens...   Read More >>
Mandalay

Founded in 1857, the last capital of the Burmese kingdom of an era gone by, today ranks as the second major city of Myanmar, is the cultural centre and seat of Buddhism rich in ...   Read More >>
Mt. Popa

Meaning 'flower' in Sanskrit, this solitary peak, coming out of an extinct volcano and home of the (nats), the Myanmar spirits worshipped still today is defined as the "Olympus ...   Read More >>
Ngapali Beach

Swaying palms and coconut trees shaded white long unspoiled bach stretching along the coastline of the Bengal Sea where there are no temples but just the sound of the waves ...   Read More >>
Pyin Oo Lwin

Myanmar's best- known colonial hill station on a plateau over 1,000m above sea level, in the Shan Hill. Even at the height of the hot season Pyin U Lwin is pleasantly cool...  Read More >>
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