Myanmar is Southeast Asia’s next big destination: the ruins of Bagan, Inle Lake, and the urban charms of Yangon and Mandalay come together to form a fascinating country for visitors. Myanmar reveals a unique culture, history, and geography, and is the right suggestion if your customers want to get off the beaten track and have meaningful, heartfelt, and local experiences.
is known for its colonial architecture, which although decaying and beyond appreciation, remains an almost unique example of a 19thcentury British colonial capital. Yangon is the most exotic of all Southeast Asian cities. A walk down a typical street, the sights show noticeable commercial and the appearance of wandering monks in burgundy robes and the gilded pagodas.
One of the most exotic tourist destinations, a must when in Burma. natural and unpolluted, is famous for its scenic beauty and the unique legrowing of the Inthas, the native lake-dwellers. Moreover, floating villages, colorful daily floating market and Inle Spa are places worthy of visit. The festival of Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda in Inle Lake held during October is full of pageantry and colorful splendor.
The city, neatly planned with its lettered roads and numbered streets, is a British creation. The once magnificent Royal Palace and the great Atumashi (incomparable) pagoda, King Mingdon Min’s finest creations, are modern reconstructions supervised by the ruling Military junta with the help of forced labour. It is now a main commercial center of Upper Myanmar.
HILL TRIBE VILLAGES
Many Burmeses live inside and beyond the cities or local markets to earn their living from the development of economics but trek back to their remote villages at the end of the day. This is the unique way of life of the majority of Burmese. This beautifully strange country consists of 130 ethnic tribes who contribute to making Myanmar culture so intriguing.
Bagan, located on the banks of the Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) River, is home to the largest and densest concentration of Buddhist temples, pagodas, stupas and ruins in the world with many dating from the 11th and 12th centuries. What makes the temples look romantic is the process of graceful aging which created an alluring image of the whole town, especially in sunset and sunrise.