Myanmar, Inle lake: colorful markets and floating villages

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It is one of the most spectacular destinations and features of Myanmar. It is a must for visitors who come to the country and want to experience some days in an extraordinary environment in contact with local traditions. Inle Lake, […]

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Myanmar, what to see in Yangon

Yangon is the largest city in Myanmar and has a mix of colonial architecture, modern high-rises and Buddhist pagodas defined its skylines. The city is plenty of religious sites, natural lakes, markets selling a variety of traditional products, museums and […]

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Myanmar, Shwedagon paya: the oldest pagoda in the world

Dominating Yangon’s skyline, the Shwedagon Pagoda is Myanmar’s most sacred religious site, said to hold hairs from the head of Buddha himself and the oldest Buddhist pagoda in the world. Located on the hill top of Singuttara, the Shwedagon Pagoda […]

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Myanmar, Mount Popa: home of 37 Nats spirits

Mount Popa is an extinct volcano with a height of 1518 meters, 50 km south of Bagan, which is believed to be home to the ‘’Nats’’, the ancient burmese animist spirits who have been worshipped all over Burma for many […]

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Myanmar, Kalaw: trekking through the green hills of the Shan State

If you like hiking in the middle of the nature, through spectacular highland scenery and small villages inhabited by different ethnic groups, Kalaw is the right choice. High up in western Shan State, Kalaw is an old British hill station […]

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Myanmar, cruising the Irrawaddy River with locals

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Traveling around Myanmar with the local transports could be a very interesting and unique experience, and with no doubt, if you want to live a real slice of local daily life, after a ride on the ‘’circle line’’ train in […]

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Myanmar, Mandalay surroundings: Mingun and Saigang

The ferryboat depart at 9 am from Myan Gyan Jetty  and it takes around 1 hour to get to Mingun cruising along the Irrawaddy River.  The boat trip ends in front of the remains of two giant guard lions crumbled […]

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Myanmar, Bagan: 2000 old temples over an amazing landscape

Bagan is the most famous archeological site of Myanmar and one of the most visited. Located on the east bank of Irrawaddy river, during the 12th century when the city was the capital of the first kingdom of Burma, it […]

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Myanmar, visiting Mandalay surroundings

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After haggling the price with a taxi driver, our day trip around the Mandaly surrounding start early in the morning. Only 30 minutes drive , the first stop is Amarapura, once Myanmar’s capital city and built by King Bodawpaya in 1783. Here is located […]

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