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 About Myanmar

Myanmar (formerly Burma) is the largest country in South-East-Asia with a total land area of 676,577 square kilometers. It stretches 2,200 kilometers from North to South and 925 kilometers from East to West at its widest points. Myanmar is a paradise to discover, a destination for discerning travellers to explore and experience the mystical charms of the East in all its diversity - rich archaeological sites, a wealth of cultures, glittering pagodas, colorful festivals, an awe-inspiring range of natural sights - idyllic landscape, lush fertile plains, majestic snowcapped mountains and pristine beaches washed by crystal clear water. Myanmar - a colorful patchwork of over 135 ethnic groups, each with a heritage of its own, a most enchanting and friendly people. A land of Golden Smiles awaits the travellers. And the people of this land are very hospitable and excellent hosts; you will find yourself a most welcome guest in any Myanmar home. One of their delights is to while the away in the evening with their friends over a pot of tea, talking a good joke, exchanging stories and amusing anecdotes. You would like to get a new travel experience, do come & learn about the people of the land and develop friendships, Myanmar is your destination.

Yangon, Largest City of Myanmar
Yangon, Largest City of Myanmar

The capital and gateway to the Myanmar is called "The Garden City of the East" with lush tropical flowers, trees and beautiful lakes. Old colonial style buildings and people wearing traditional costumes can still be seen in the city and this is one of the most and unusually wonderful scenes in the world. 

Mandalay, The Heritage City of Myanmar
Mandalay, The Heritage City of Myanmar

Mandalay was the last Kingdom of the Myanmar Dynasty before the British took over. Mandalay which still has considerable cultural and religious significance. The second largest city is about 700 km north of Yangon and stands on the east bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River.

Bagan, The Ancient City of Myanmar
Bagan, The Ancient City of Myanmar

On the east bank of the Ayeyarwady River, about 300 km south of Mandalay, Bagan is one of the three most famous Buddhist archaeological sites in the world, the Angkor Wat of Cambodia and Borobudur of Indonesia It is very famous for its sunrise and sunset view over 2000 pagodas and temples. The Bagan Dynasty ran from 11th to 13th century.

Inle Lake, The Largest Lake in Myanmar
Inle Lake, The Largest Lake in Myanmar

Inle Lake is 2880 feet above sea level on the Shan Plateau. Enchanting beauty of high rising ranges at backdrop with 61 square miles of water expanse definitely brings sheer delights. Natives Da-nu. Inn-tharr, Pa-o, Shan and Myanmar have been habituating afloat upon this vast water spread for centuries.

Ngapali Beach, The Sandy Beach of Myanmar
Ngapali Beach, The Sandy Beach of Myanmar

One of the finest resort beach in Myanmar and is located on the Rakhine coast. Ngapali Beach is reached by 45 minute flight from Yangon. It is an unspoiled beach stretching over 3 km with blue sky, clean water, white sand and swaying coconut palm trees. There is an 18 holes golf course hotels facilities are waiting your visit.

Kyaikhtiyo, The Golden Rock of Myanmar
Kyaikhtiyo, The Golden Rock of Myanmar

The site of one of Myanmar's holiest monuments, the Golden Rock Pagoda, which sits precariously on the edge of a cliff and said to be balanced by the hair relic of Buddha. Only 80km from Bago & 160 km from Yangon. It needs some more 11 km to be reached by hiking from the base camp or by driving up to a point about a mile away to the pagoda.

Myikyinna, The Jade City of Myanmar
Myikyinna, The Jade City of Myanmar

Myitkyinna, the capital of the Kachin State, situated in the northern part of Myanmar, is worth a visit not only for its scenic confluence of the Maikha and Malikha rivers, thus forming the famous Ayeyarwaddy River, but also for the life style of the different ethnic groups, approximately about 14 groups, those can be seen with their traditional colourful costumes in the nearby villages.

Kalaw, The Peaceful Place in Myanmar
Kalaw, The Peaceful Place in Myanmar

Which lies about 32 KM west of Heho is a beautiful hill station, surrounded by pine trees. It is a peaceful summer resort with meandering mountain streams and fragrant pine woods. There are Palaung villages nearby and hill tribes such as Danu in their colourful costumes. They can be seen at Kalaw Market, held every five days.

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