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Today we are proud to be the biggest selection of luxury boutiques in 11 Myanmar locations. Burma is a very unique place in every respect, the local population has its own unique tastes and styles. But apart from the countless pagodas there is nothing more characteristic for Myanmar than Thanaka.
Myanmar has already been given the tagline "Land of Smiles", but if there is one land in the worid that really is worthy of the award, it is definitely Myanmar. It' s astonishing what one big smiling face can do - that hot, unrestrained smirk that can be found everywhere in Myanmar. It is a land of 135 different ethnical groups and its inhabitants meet the visitor with extraordinary friendliness and warmness.
Whilst Egypt is best aware of the number of pagodas in the land (80), all historical palaces and villas in France have been recorded, and Google even knows the number of skyscrapers circling our globe, no one has yet chosen to dedicate their lives to the mission of numbering pagodas in Myanmar.
So many of them that one lifetime is probably too little to count. What is certain is that there is no other place in the worid with more pagodas.
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Yangon Hotel, Myanmar (Burma)
Welcome to Best Western Green Hill Hotel in Yangon. Its quiet setting away from the hectic pace of the town invites you to unwind and savour the unmistakable charm of this quiet area. Situated in the picturesque setting of PhoeSein Road, the Best Western Green Hill Hotel offers a relaxing and beautiful holiday in a truly welcoming area.
It is only a few steps from the hotel to the town centre and its landmark buildings such as Lake Kandawgyi and the garden, Bo Gyoke Park and the museum, the Karaweik Palace Restaurant and the Shwe Dagon Pagoda.