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With thousands of temples and pagodas across the country, Myanmar brings tourists a unique experience that they can never have anywhere else. As Rudyard Kipling once wrote “This is Burma. It will be quite unlike any land you know about”.
Coming to Myanmar, you will have a chance to visit the prehistoric peaceful capital Yangon, the Inle lake with stunning views, Mandalay city with fascinating places such as the wooden monastery Shwenandaw, the pagoda Kuthodaw Papa with the largest book in the world, the Royal Palace, etc.
Burma will astonish tourists by its pristine natural and cultural beauty from the south with untouched deep blue seawater to the north with white snow-covered imposing Himalayas. Its caves, corals, lakes, rivers, beaches, islands, and mountains will surely delight the most adventurous tourist.
Bagan is in the center of Myanmar and is one of the greatest archaeological sites in the world. This city is home to over 2200 temples. There were more than 10000 religious sites in this city during the Pagan Kingdom in its most prosperous days between the 11th to 13th centuries. However, most of them were destroyed throughout history. Aside from temples, tourists can get on a boat to have a leisure trip on the Ayeyarwady River. Getting to Bagan can be much more interesting if visitors take a cruise from Mandalay. Enjoying Burmese traditional cuisines on the cruise along with the tranquilizing river breeze, the views of Mt. Sagaing, Pakokku, and Myingyan, and the sounds of life on the river banks will make your trip to Bagan unforgettable.
Located in the center of the country, Inle Lake is the second largest lake in Burma. Surrounded by mountains, Inle lake gives visitors surprisingly stunning natural views. Being one of the most visited places in Myanmar, this renowned lake offers visitors many activities to engage with locals and learn the ways of planting, fishing, handcrafting, and cooking. At Inle Lake, you might also find many rare species that cannot be found elsewhere since the area has an abundance of animals and species.
With a population of more than 7 million people, Yangon is the capital city and also the largest city in Myanmar. The city was formerly known as Rangoon and is one of the most well-known cities in this country. It is also the nation’s center for film making, music production, newspaper, advertising, and book publishing manufactures. Visitors will be amazed by a Yangon with stunning colonial-era buildings to bustling streets, crowded local markets, and magnificent antique pagodas. A walk to 19th Street cannot be missed if you are barbecued meats and beer lovers.
Located in the center of Myanmar, Mandalay is on the eastern bank of Ayeyarwady river and is also the second-largest city after Yangon. This city is seen as the country’s cultural center as is one of the best religious sites of Myanmar. Apart from beautiful ancient monasteries and temples, Mandalay Hill should be put on the list when traveling to this city. The hill gives a breathtaking view of sunrise and sunset with the entire city as the back scene.
Located in the Gulf of Bengal, Ngapali Beach is the most astonishing beach in Myanmar. The beach is not yet popular by many tourists but its beauty will amaze anyone who first visits. The coastal line of Ngapali beach stretches 3 km making it a perfect place to view sunrise and sunset. There are many activities for tourists such as kayaking, surfing, scuba diving. If you would like to visit somewhere around, hire a boat to White Sand or Pearl islands nearby for snorkeling and delicious seafood.
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