Introduction to MyanmarMyanmar Introduction
It is a short introduction to the development of performance art in Myanmar.
MRYANMAR is a new and up-and-coming travel region in Southeast Asia. Myanmar, known to most travellers as the Gold Country, is a country full of culture and nature. Featuring countless couples, sanctuaries, beauty points, archeological places, snow-capped hills, profound woods with a wealth of wildlife, streams and wildlife, untouched shores and archipelagoes, 135 domestic events with their colorful outfits and traditions, ancient art and handicrafts make Myanmar the most exciting and intriguing travel destinations in Asia.
Myanmar is a nice and tranquil place with the most welcoming locals in the run. Burma is located in southeastern Asia and borders China to the North and Northwest, Laos and Thailand to the South, the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal to the S., Bangladesh and India to the S...
Situated between latitude 9º 32º 32? and 28º 31? and longitude 92º 10? and 101º 11.COPY19 I. The nation is 677,000 sq km (261,228 sq miles), stretching from north to west over 936 km (581 miles) and from the North to the Southwest over 2,051 km (1,275 miles). It is a hill and valley nation bounded by mountains to the North, the East and W.
Within the mountains are the shallow Ayeyarwaddy, Chindwin and Sittaung River dales, where most of the country's farmland and people live. The situation and geography of the state has led to a variety of climatic circumstances. Government priorities include the preservation and planting of nine dry areas in Myanmar.
Burma has a wide variety of habitats, mainly due to its extraordinary environmental variety. As Myanmar regards such a wealthy biodiversity resource as an important domestic resource, the government has imposed stringent rules to conserve its biodiversity. Burma consists of 135 domestic breeds, the most important of which are Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Bamar, Mon, Rakhine and Shan.