Burma Tourist Sites

Myanmar Tourist Pages

When visiting Buddhist religious sites, respect religious customs. The best sights in West Burma. The Kyaingtong is just one of the places you can visit on your tailor-made trip to Burma. This work aims to explore socio-cultural changes through tourism and how tourism is linked to local development. We offer classic tours to some of Myanmar's most famous destinations.

Burma Travelling Hints - Burma Folklore and Tradition al Laws and Traditions

According to Burma's laws, offending one' s faith is a criminal offense. Offensive worship is a wide concept and may involve any irreverent portrayal or illustration (including tattoos) of Buddha or other religions or carrying a Buddha Tattoo- anywhere below the waist. No. The Buddha is not a person. The sentences for drugs trade vary from a 15 year prison period to a deathtrade.

In Burma homogeneity is technologically unlawful, although these legislation is hardly ever implemented in reality. This legislation can include penalties up to and including a lifelong prison sentence and applies to both men and woman. High HIV prevalence among the Burmese ethnic groups in the Burmese HIV/AIDS epidemic has been recorded by multinational organizations. Read our information and counseling page for the LAGBT fellowship before you leave.

Myanmar is a contracting state to the Agreement on Intra-Community trade in threatened plant and animal species known as the ³cCITES³d. More than 800 animal and plant varieties are banished from the world market, another 30,000 are subject to strict controls by EU regulations and internationally recognised standards. When you decide to buy a souvenir, even a turtle, you should consider the limitations on the exports of threatened fish under your own scheme.

The prohibition of sanctuary rock-hiking is a good thing for Bagan in Burma

I position my cameras to shoot the sundown over Burma's old town of Bagan from the top of Shwe Leik Too Square, and intercept my leader Joseph, who inspects some old tiles on the verge of the patio that look freshly ground. Hundereds - sometimes even thousand - climb onto memorials to experience the sun rise and set every single night, with great danger for the structure's and themselves' sickness.

This is not the first attempt by the Burmese authorities to prohibit rock climbers; a prohibition was issued in February 2016 before it was quickly revoked after strong counter-reactions by Burmese travel agents. More than 400 Bagan structures have been destroyed since an August quake last year, but the ministry has forbidden rock climbers from entering a fistful of them.

According to Thein Lwin, sunrises and sunsets will soon be visible from a tied helicopter in a suitable atmosphere within the archeological area, which will be more accessible than the $300 and more required of Bagan's hot-air balooners. Thein Lwin - artificial mounds that have recently been created in the area.

Things got a little disheveled when the Burmese general interfered in the 1990' s. The processing was so bad that some archeologists claimed that the smaller seismic event near Bagan last August, in which newer fortifications suffered the most severe damages, was a kind of boon. A trip in Bagan a few day after the 6. 8 magnitude tremor took Joseph to see firsthand why.

Not surprisingly, Sulamani was the first sanctuary to be renovated by Burma's present Burmese administration, which works in close collaboration with UN conservationists. After the prohibition of new development in the archeological area in 2014, a new stretch of land is currently being built near Bagan International Bagan International Park.

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