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Why Travel to Myanmar

Whether it is strolling on the streets of the biggest city - Yangon, standing on the site of the ancient capital - Mandalay, or shuttling between different wats of Buddhist pilgrimage - Bagan, tiles, and bricks under the ruins will bring you back to that incomparably brilliant era. Whether it is tracing the footprint of gods on the way to Mount Popa, getting lost on Mandalay Hill between temple complexes, or opening your eyes towards the afterglow reflected by the Shwedagon Pagoda, as the piety to the God, the sound of prayer keeps up without interruption. Here is Myanmar and welcome!

    CAPITAL Naypyidaw
    CURRENCY Myanmar Kyat
    LANGUAGE Burmese

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Top Places to Visit in Myanmar


Bagan is an important piece of Myanmar's historical heritage. The Pagan Kingdom, the first feudal dynasty in Burmese history, was founded here in 1044. Since that time, the city has served as the kingdom's capital. Gradually, pagodas have been constructed in great numbers, Bagan has also evolved into one of the holiest cities in Myanmar. It's estimated that over 10,000 pagodas were constructed between the 11th and 13th centuries. In spite of battles and earthquakes, more than a thousand pagodas still stand, and there is a large number of ruins buried deep underground waiting to be excavated.

  • Yangon

    Yangon is home to one of the most famous pagodas in the world, that no visitor should miss. This Shwedagon Pagoda, a 99-meter golden temple, gilded with gold and jeweled on the top with diamonds and rubies, is visible throughout the city and it sparks, even more, when it reflects the sunlight. It is believed to contain, among other relics, eight strands of hair from Gautama Buddha.

  • Mandalay

    Filled with monasteries, markets, and temples, Mandalay is the second-largest city and old royal capital of the country. Visit the famous walled Royal Palace -home to 40 different buildings, attend a show at the Mandalay Marionettes Theater, and climb Mandalay Hill to enjoy fantastic views.

  • Inle Lake

    Here, you will see fishermen using traditional conical nets and gorgeous floating gardens, while you navigate in a wooden boat. With over-water villas on stilts above the water and green gardens growing straight from the lake, the beautiful Inle Lake will be one of the highlights of your trip.

  • Ngapali Beach

    The most popular beach destination in Myanmar. A paradise of white sand, turquoise water and palm trees along the Bay of Bengal coast, with several resorts spread out next to traditional fishing villages. Enjoy the sun and swim, go fishing, kayaking or snorkeling to see exotic fish.

Myanmar Travel Guide

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