Myanmar Classic Bookshelf

Burmese Classic Bookcase

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Flavors of Myanmar

However, there are 138 different ethnical strains in Myanmar and they all have different ways of mixing flavor, structure and technology. Start your Yangon eating adventures where you will get to know Burma's rich and intriguing cultural heritage and the main sights of the old city, among them great folk relicts and antique pagodas, while you enjoy everything from traditional teahouses and smoke-filled barbeques to a cocktail in a historical hospital.

Swim with elephant, bicycle, boat und canoe in the swimming towns and garden of Inle, enjoy native products in a family-run restaurants, taste Shan vineyard wines and how to prepare Myanmar specialities with a native cooks. Traditionally enjoy your lunches on large, drum-like round serving plates, visiting memorials such as Golden Palace Monastery and lively open-air fairs, teahouses and pubs, chat with hospitable natives and get under the cover of this unbelievably varied city.

Which is not included: Upon your arriving, your agent will pick you up and accompany you directly to your accommodation to refresh you. Dinners and drinks not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Overnight at the Rangoon Tea House for a delicious dish of bio-mousse, a typical seafood dish accompanied by ricepotatoes.

This is available at your favourite teas from as little as MMK300 (20 cents). Not including Mohinga - as it is an purchased flavor, you may want to order something else. Visits include the City Hall, the High Court, the Rowe & Co Building (once the Harrods of Southeast Asia) and the old Reserve Bank of India (now the Yangon Bourse).

We' re having a luncheon in the LinkAge restaurants and in the LinkAge arts centre, a professional education centre where homely abilities are learnt by young people from the streets and marginalized people. Dinner is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

Perhaps less is recalled today, but rather the murder of Myanmar's freedom heroe, General Aung San (also Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's father). Tonight we suggest a meal in the ORNG kitchen. Head chef Orng is the head behind it, traditionally educated in Edinburgh, concentrating on the use of local products to make his European-inspired cuisine.

It is a well-done kitchen of great value, but above all, it is prepared in a relaxing environment. Groceries of this quality at such a sensible cost are unbelievably hard to find in Myanmar, so it's no wonder the expatriates rave about it. Evening meal not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

Soon after the welcome by your travel guides you will be taken to the home of a native craftsman to find out more about the making of the sausages. When you arrive, a member of the locals will welcome you and give you a brief introduction to the town, its inhabitants, its past and traditions. After you have certainly got your taste, a barbecue will be cooked and serve in a dormitory near by.

Afterwards, you' ll go to a musician's home to hear a little bit of folk tunes, followed by a stop at another to hear something about folk clothing (these may need to be replaced as the villagers are available during the day). When you return to your accommodation, stop at a nearby brewery to taste the wieners bought by the cooks.

Tonight we suggest ordering something from Loikaw Lodge's homemade Italians. Supper is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Begin the day with a stop at the Demawsoe Fair (open only on Wednesday and Saturday and one of the best grocery stores in the country).

The drive takes about 30 minutes and is a good way to get to know the wealth of the region's ethnically diverse and the amazing range of local culinary truffles (living and none). Mainly populated by members of the Kayan Lahwi, a trip here provides a captivating glimpse into the traditions and cultures of this world-famous people.

Join a group of willing villagers in their homes with the help of a municipal leader to find out more about the town, their life and their profession. When you choose to dine there, we suggest you order the Myanmar dining kit, which is mainly made with locally grown produce from the Loikaw food store (this must be ordered the previous day).

Evening meal not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Past fairs, Pa'O towns and peasants working with oxcarts, there will be no lack of them all.

In this sense it is advisable to have dinner at Everest Nepali, an easy way, but the best of its kind in the city. It is also a good occasion to get together with members of the Myanmar-Nepali fellowship who come to eat on a regular basis. Dinner is not inclusive. During the rest of the afternoons we will explore some of the long lost remains of the area, our favorite being the train stop with its apparently unmodified MasterísOffice.

The descent through the rainforest takes about two inches. Delicious regional lunches are eaten at the camp's own local food shop before heading 2.5 h eastwards to Inle Lake, a large freshwater pond known for its swimming garden and one-legged Intha-rower.

People are often astonished to know that the area also has two vines (Red Mountain and Aythaya), and we believe that no journey here is completed without a single one. Have a shan supper at your motel tonight. Supper is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

Begin the seventh full working days with a breakfast at your favourite markets with a cook to buy the meals you need to make a delicious shan-luncheon. During the rest of the afternoons, explore the open water of Inle Lake and get to know the area' s industries from the textile industries to the Cheroot.

Tonight, visit the Nyaung Shwe Nightshow, followed by a few cocktails and some city-dining. Dinners and beverages not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Cycle along hidden paths away from the masses, cruise through channels and the labyrinth of swimming pools and discover the nearby stilted towns by canoe.

You' ll be able to savour the best of Burma's tradition all around the street, and you' ll be served lunches at a typical country inn. Leave the lush vegetation behind and take a flight to Bagan, Myanmar's cultural and cultural home of several thousand old temple and cloisters.

The area is one of the wealthiest archeological places in Asia and testifies to the might and religiousness of Myanmar's former monarch. While it won't be difficult to see every single one of the temples during your stay here, you will begin to explore some of the most famous. Unexpectedly a high point of every trip, especially for the photographer, is the long, sun-drenched hallway that up.

From time to time there is a small village fair where many indigenous and folk products are displayed. You will visit Ma Kyi Kyi's Secret House Rest. It serves refreshing home-made products in your lounge and offers a wealth of charms, personality and a cosy, welcoming atmosphere.

Myanmar and West Side have something for everyone, although Myanmar is very recommendable, as most of Myanmar Kyi ki s own recipe is the basis for most prescriptions. Not including lunch. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

At your leisure, stop by the studio of U Maung Maung Maung, one of Bagan's most famous painters (easily recognizable by his splendid mustache). We suggest the supper at Moon (2) Be Kind to Animals vegeterian meal. Evening meal not including.

This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. A 30-minute drive takes you to the town of Ta Nyaung, where it will be possible to see small blacksmiths' shops to observe the hard-working local people in person, who use a variety of equipment everything from knifes to agricultural implements.

For a taste of the region's renowned red and white grape variety, stop off at a nearby restaurants. Dinner is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Start your tour of the city by exploring the Nyaunghnapin Abbey, a delightful 1868 wood abbey - look out for the watch used during the Second World War during the Second World War and the ancient bookshelf with a coat of arms engraved on it.

Supper is dined at Salay House, a renovated villa that serves as a dining room, gift store and mini-museum. The meal that the same folks behind the Salay Rivers are serving is crisp and of very high qualitiy, considering the seclusion of the area.

Evening meal not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Begin your discovery ofalay on the 11th with a trip to the legendary Yoke-Sone-Kyaung, an imposing tea tree convent renowned for its complicated woodcarvings.

Opposite Yoke-Sone-Kyaung lies the Man Paya Pagoda, home of the biggest varnish Buddha in Myanmar. Dependent on the times, go back to your accommodation for dinner or explore the city. Dinner is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

In the afternoon, you' ll be taken to U Pyo Gyi's Great Mansion, another one of a kind colorful collection of monumental pieces with a wide range of beautiful stuccos. Accompanied by a janitor and his wife, a trip here offers a useful glimpse into the lives of a man who was wealthy, often involved in politics, looking menacingly good and infamous for having broken the heart of those he had solicited.

Supper will be at Salay House again. Evening meal not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. At Daung Lann Gyi, a typical Myanmar food shop that prepares its meals on large drum-like round serving plates, you will have a break for your meal at first.

In front of desks and seats, Myanmar residents sat with relatives and their friends around such a tray, stacked a piles of groceries (salads, rices, curry, soup or whatever they could get) and ate only with their bare feet. Not including lunch. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

Begin your tour of the town with a visit to one of Mandalay's lively community fairs, a great way to meet the city's inhabitants in a natural way while they do their day-to-day grocery shopping. Golden Palace Monastery, or Shwenandaw as it is also called, was erected in 1878 by the last Myanmar royalty, King Thibaw.

It used to serve as the home of King Mindon (King Thibaw's father), but since Thibaw believed that the house was being attacked by his father's ghost, he had it relocated and rebuilt into a cloister. Constructed by King Mindon (as you rightly thought, an important character in Myanmar's history), the central stupa is encircled by 729 flagstones labeled on both sides with a text page from the Tipitaka (the whole Pali canon of Theravada Buddhism).

The Kuthodaw Pagoda is a 30 minute ride outside the city to Amarapura, the second to last imperial city of Myanmar from 1842 - 1859 (it was also the capitol 1783 - 1821). Favoured by both national and foreign visitors, it is rather full in the afternoons, but this does not distract from the historic importance and authentic taste of the area.

Evening meal not includet. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. If you want to miss your lunches, after the end of the trip you will be spending some quality leisure activities in Mandalay Crafts Quarter - this will give you the chance to see various shows, among them the making of handicrafts, handicrafts, and woodcarving.

The Mahamuni Buddha picture, with its completely incomplete form, looks like this because the others donate billions of squarelets. In the evening, before you return to your accommodation, end the walk with a walk through the city's nocturnal greengrocery store, followed by a fresh beverage at a nearby beershop.

Upon your arriving, your agent will pick you up and accompany you directly to your accommodation to refresh you. Dinners and drinks not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Overnight at the Rangoon Tea House for a delicious dish of bio-mousse, a typical seafood dish accompanied by ricepotatoes.

This is available at your favourite teas from as little as MMK300 (20 cents). Not including Mohinga - as it is an purchased flavor, you may want to order something else. Visits include the City Hall, the High Court, the Rowe & Co Building (once the Harrods of Southeast Asia) and the old Reserve Bank of India (now the Yangon Bourse).

We' re having a luncheon in the LinkAge restaurants and in the LinkAge arts centre, a professional education centre where homely abilities are learnt by young people from the streets and marginalized people. Dinner is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

Perhaps less is recalled today, but rather the murder of Myanmar's freedom heroe, General Aung San (also Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's father). Tonight we suggest a meal in the ORNG kitchen. Head chef Orng is the head behind, traditionally educated in Edinburgh, concentrating on the use of local products to make his European-inspired cuisine.

It is a well-done kitchen of great value, but above all, it is prepared in a relaxing environment. Groceries of this quality at such a sensible cost are unbelievably hard to find in Myanmar, so it's no wonder the expatriates rave about it. Evening meal not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

Soon after the welcome by your travel guides you will be taken to the home of a native craftsman to find out more about the making of the sausages. When you arrive, a member of the locals will welcome you and give you a brief introduction to the town, its inhabitants, its past and traditions. After you have certainly got your taste, a barbecue will be cooked and serve in a dormitory near by.

Afterwards, you' ll go to a musician's home to hear a little bit of folk tunes, followed by a stop at another to hear something about folk clothing (these may need to be replaced, according to which villagers are available during the day). When you return to your accommodation, stop at a nearby brewery to taste the wieners bought by the cooks.

Tonight we suggest ordering something from Loikaw Lodge's homemade Italians. Supper is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Begin the day with a stop at the Demawsoe Fair (open only on Wednesday and Saturday and one of the best grocery stores in the country).

The drive takes about 30 minutes and is a good way to get to know the wealth of the region's ethnically diverse and the amazing range of local culinary truffles (living and none). Mainly populated by members of the Kayan Lahwi, a trip here provides a captivating glimpse into the traditions and cultures of this world-famous people.

Join a group of willing villagers in their homes with the help of a municipal leader to find out more about the town, their life and their profession. When you choose to dine there, we suggest you order the Myanmar dining kit, which is mainly made with locally grown produce from the Loikaw food store (this must be ordered the previous day).

Evening meal not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Past fairs, Pa'O towns and peasants working with oxcarts, there will be no lack of them all.

In this sense it is advisable to have dinner at Everest Nepali, an easy way, but the best of its kind in the city. It is also a good occasion to get together with members of the Myanmar-Nepali fellowship who come to eat on a regular basis. Dinner is not inclusive. During the rest of the afternoons we will explore some of the long lost remains of the area, our favorite being the train stop with its apparently unmodified MasterísOffice.

The descent through the rainforest takes about two inches. Delicious regional lunches are eaten at the campsite restaurants before heading 2.5 h eastwards to Inle Lakes, a large freshwater pond known for its swimming garden and one-legged Intha-rower.

People are often astonished to know that the area also has two vines (Red Mountain and Aythaya), and we believe that no journey here is completed without a single one. Have a shan supper at your motel tonight. Supper is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

Begin the seventh full working days with a breakfast at your favourite markets with a cook to buy the meals you need to make a delicious shan-luncheon. During the rest of the afternoons, explore the open water of Inle Lake and get to know the area' s industries from the textile industries to the Cheroot.

Tonight, visit the Nyaung Shwe Nightshow, followed by a few cocktails and some city-dining. Dinners and beverages not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Cycle along hidden paths away from the masses, cruise through channels and the labyrinth of swimming pools and discover the nearby stilted towns by canoe.

You' ll be able to savour the best of Burma's tradition all around the street, and you' ll be served lunches at a typical country inn. Leave the lush vegetation behind and take a flight to Bagan, Myanmar's cultural and cultural home of several thousand old temple and cloisters.

The area is one of the wealthiest archeological places in Asia and testifies to the might and religiousness of Myanmar's former monarch. While it won't be difficult to see every single one of the temples during your stay here, you will begin to explore some of the most famous. Unexpectedly a high point of every trip, especially for the photographer, is the long, sun-drenched hallway that up.

From time to time there is a small village fair where many indigenous and folk products are displayed. You will visit Ma Kyi Kyi's Secret House Rest. It serves refreshing home-made products in your lounge and offers a wealth of charms, personality and a cosy, welcoming atmosphere.

Myanmar and West Side have something for everyone, although Myanmar is very recommendable, as most of Myanmar Kyi ki s own recipe is the basis for most prescriptions. Not including lunch. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

At your leisure, stop by the studio of U Maung Maung Maung, one of Bagan's most famous painters (easily recognizable by his splendid mustache). We suggest the supper at Moon (2) Be Kind to Animals vegeterian meal. Evening meal not including.

This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. A 30-minute drive takes you to the town of Ta Nyaung, where it will be possible to see small blacksmiths' shops to observe the hard-working local people in person, who use a variety of equipment everything from knifes to agricultural implements.

For a taste of the region's renowned red and white grape variety, stop off at a nearby restaurants. Dinner is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Start your tour of the city by exploring the Nyaunghnapin Abbey, a delightful 1868 wood abbey - look out for the watch used during the Second World War during the Second World War and the ancient bookshelf with a coat of arms engraved on it.

Supper is dined at Salay House, a renovated villa that serves as a dining room, gift store and mini-museum. The meal that the same folks behind the Salay Rivers are serving is crisp and of very high qualitiy, considering the seclusion of the area.

Evening meal not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. Begin your discovery ofalay on the 11th with a trip to the legendary Yoke-Sone-Kyaung, an imposing tea tree convent renowned for its complicated woodcarvings.

Opposite Yoke-Sone-Kyaung lies the Man Paya Pagoda, home of the biggest varnish Buddha in Myanmar. Dependent on the times, go back to your accommodation for dinner or explore the city. Dinner is not inclusive. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

In the afternoon, you' ll be taken to U Pyo Gyi's Great Mansion, another one of a kind colorful collection of monumental pieces. Accompanied by a janitor and his wife, a trip here offers a useful glimpse into the lives of a man who was wealthy, often involved in politics, looking menacingly good and infamous for having broken the heart of those he had solicited.

Supper will be at Salay House again. Evening meal not including. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. At Daung Lann Gyi, a typical Myanmar food shop that prepares its meals on large drum-like round serving plates, you will have a break for your meal at first.

In front of desks and seats, Myanmar residents sat with relatives and friends around such a tray, stacked a piles of groceries (salads, rices, curry, soup or whatever they could get) and ate only with their bare feet. Not including lunch. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom.

Begin your tour of the town with a visit to one of Mandalay's lively community fairs, a great way to meet the city's inhabitants in a natural way while they do their day-to-day grocery shopping. Golden Palace Monastery, or Shwenandaw as it is also called, was erected in 1878 by the last Myanmar royalty, King Thibaw.

It used to serve as the home of King Mindon (King Thibaw's father), but since Thibaw believed that the house was being attacked by his father's ghost, he had it relocated and rebuilt into a cloister. Constructed by King Mindon (as you rightly thought, an important character in Myanmar's history), the central stupa is encircled by 729 flagstones labeled on both sides with a text page from the Tipitaka (the whole Pali canon of Theravada Buddhism).

The Kuthodaw Pagoda is a 30 minute ride outside the city to Amarapura, the second to last imperial city of Myanmar from 1842 - 1859 (it was also the capitol 1783 - 1821). Favoured by both national and foreign visitors, it is rather full in the afternoons, but this does not distract from the historic importance and authentic taste of the area.

Evening meal not includet. This is the way we think it works best because there are many ways to select and it gives you full freedom. If you want to miss your lunches, after the end of the trip you will be spending some quality leisure activities in Mandalay Crafts Quarter - this will give you the chance to see various shows, among them the making of handicrafts, handicrafts, and woodcarving.

The Mahamuni Buddha picture, with its completely incomplete form, looks like this because the others donate billions of squarelets. In the evening, before you return to your accommodation, end the walk with a walk through the city's nocturnal greengrocery store, followed by a fresh beverage at a nearby beershop.

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