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About Myanmar

Myanmar – Authentic Flavors of Picturesque Countryside and Culturally Affluent Oriental World

Myanmar has only recently broken its hard shell that preserved this Southeast Asian treasure trove of rich culture for centuries. What has come out is the multicultural melting pot with invigorating facets of nature, history, heritage and religion and mysteries of traditional villages and countryside that are still free from frustrating tourist crowds. Every face in the country greets the visitors with smile and every footstep unfolds spectacles never seen before. If you get the opportunity to discover this unexplored land, grab it with both hands and you will find it an absolutely distinguished travel experience.

Nature’s Best-kept Secrets

  • Hundreds of miles long unbroken coastline along the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea shelters virgin beaches and diving sites flanked by the sprawling mangroves and tropical fruit groves.
  • Fertile valleys and plains find refuge amidst the soaring peaks of Shan Hills, Rakhine Yoma, Bago Yoma and other mountain ranges.
  • While Inle Lake is the most spectacular water body, there are scores of other lakes and still water channels with inimitable splendour.
  • Thick pine forests, mighty rivers (like Irrawaddy and Salween), Deed Doat Waterfalls near Mandalay and semi-remote villages are simply breathtaking, presenting some fascinating traits of outstanding natural beauty.

Temples as the Nuclei of Life

Buddhist Pagodas, stupas and temples (called payas) are interwoven as the inseparable entities of Myanmar’s geographical and cultural landscapes. Bagan in the Central region has a canvas dotted with thousands of small and big temples which emerge out of lush greenery and can leave you mesmerized to the core. Shwedagon Paya at the former capital Yangon and the enthralling Golden Rock Pagoda are the must-visit sites. Equally splendid are the temples at Mrauk U and the superlative Buddhist Caves of Pindaya and Pa-An.

Heart-warming Cultural Delights

Myanmar is home to over 100 ethnic groups which descend from the settlers and invaders emerging from the bordering countries like India and China to the colonial empires of Britain and France. This multi-ethnicity influence can be experienced in the heritage, art, cuisines and festivals of the country. Royal palaces, archaeological sites, museums and art galleries are no less than cultural theatres.

Puppet Shows, Yama Yatdawa, Mon Dance and many cultural and folk performances and festivals like Thingyan and Burmese New Year are completely entertaining. Mohinga, the national cuisine consisting of rice noodles cooked in fish soup is, and other preparations are irresistibly delicious.

Captivating Activities and Adventures

  • Relax at a beach, join a diving adventure or simply enjoy a boat ride in ferries and traditional steamers down the Irrawaddy River.
  • Visitors to the country don’t miss the majestic hot air balloon ride over thousands of Bagan Temples scattered like nuts in the pudding.
  • Hiking, mountain biking and caving are the best ways to explore the unusually beautiful countryside.
  • It is indeed a wonderful experience to enjoy boating over Inle Lake and visiting numerous tribes that reside near the lake.
  • Renting a bicycle Pa-An, Mandalay and other tourist destinations is what you must prefer for unforgettable expeditions.
  • Horse cart rides are also available to enjoy royal itineraries at most of the places.
  • Myanmar also has its share of marvellous bird-watching sites and wildlife venues to explore the likes of tigers, elephants, leopards and rhinoceros.
  • When it comes to shopping, you can find reasonably priced handicrafts, clothes, precious gems and Burmese antiques. The must-buy items include lacquer ware and wooden carvings with unmatched beauty.
  • Night markets, food markets and cooking demonstrations introduce the visitors to the magnificent culture of the country.
  • Myanmar, despite of its seclusion from the world tourism map for decades, is extremely friendly and hospitable for its guests. You will have no option but to instantly fall in love with the country and the simple pleasures it boasts of. Our website introduces the most noteworthy destinations of Myanmar and helps you plan an exclusive journey through the traditional land.