Territory of gilded pagodas

The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, previously known as Burma, is an exceptional and multifarious land with thousands of sacred stupas and gold-plated pagodas dotted around the country’s scenic landscape. More politically eased than in the past, the charisma of the nation and the countrymen are immense. Buddhism permeates the everyday life of the friendly and good-natured local inhabitants.

The largest country in mainland Southeast Asia, Myanmar is bordered by Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand. Still a rural nation upholding traditional values, the country’s largest city Yangon is dominated by the wandering burgundy-robed monks while half the country’s total monks are more concentrated in Mandalay. Bagan with a plethora of temples and pagodas, boat ride on the Inle Lake, and the beaches of Ngapali, Ngwe Saung, Chuang Tha, and Kanthaya are attractions that complete a traveler’s Myanmar tour. Experiencing prominent Buddhist sites like the spellbinding Golden Rock at Mt. Kyaiktiyo, trekking through pine forests, drinking tea at local teahouses and visiting Shwedagon Pagoda are, of course, not to be missed.



Prepare yourself for an exceptional trip by getting acquainted with Myanmar before traveling to the land of the pagodas.

Myanmar Travel Guide is an attempt to bring together all those significant information for fellow travelers to face strange new traditions, customs and protocols with full preparation beforehand. It helps in making sense of the new details and strengthens your ability to go with the flow and navigate unfamiliar situations, odd places, and unique culture of Myanmar. Experience a hassle-free trip with your knowledge of the place that you are about to visit and save yourself from any cultural shocks and unanticipated scenarios in an alien land.

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