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Yangon, the main gate to Myanmar. Immergrün and chilly with luxuriant warm plants, shadowy gardens and picturesque ponds, Yangon has deserved the name "The Garden Town of the East". Yangon houses in addition to nature's gifts shiny rafters and monuments and churches dating from the UK-colonisation.
80 km northeast of Yangon, Bago is a great excursion or can be an item of 2 daily trips to the Kyaikhtiyo Golden Rocks Pagoda or even a longer one ("Mawlamyine Moulemein"). This rather drastic journey to this singular place of worship is always content with the marvellous view of a gigantic, 600 ton heavy cliff, unbalanced on the verge of a cliff of the Paung Laung mountain range, about 200 km southeast of Yangon.
Also known as Moulemein, a name given by the English colonists. The visitor of the village of Mawlamyine is just thrilled by the beautiful landscape and the moderate weather. You can still feel the postcolonial decline here, because this city was in the early nineteenth c...
Bagan (formerly "Pagan"), Burma's main Myanmar, is situated on the banks of the Irrawaddy River, about 145 km south-west of Mandalay. Pagan, the site of an ancient Myanmar capitol, is a pilgrim center and contains very old Buddha Schools that have been renovated and repainted and are in use today.
Some of the most appealing are Ananda Temple, Dhammayangyi Temple, Shwezigon Pagoda and Thatbyinnyu Temple. The Mt Popa is a cliffy volcano summit dedicated to the famed "Nat" ghosts of Myanmar. This is an omnipresent sight in the arid Myanmar area.
This is Myanmar's second biggest town and the last royal capital. Lots of historic monuments and interesting places of interest, temple and pagoda, with trips to the surrounding area. Mandalay Mountain, the Maha Muni Buddha image, is the perfect image of Buddhism. It is a chilly mountain terminal, over 1,000 metres above the surface, found during settlement and a precious detour from Mandalay.
It is a place to admire the wonderful landscape, the cold weather and the old nostalgia of the old houses and botanic parks (today known as Kandawgyi National Park, where various birdlife, mosquitoes, Orchid and tree life). This is a very unique aspect of the Myanmar trip. The focus here is on a nice lakeland, misty, far away hills and an interesting town.
This huge naturally pristine and pristine lagoon is dotted with swimming islets and is known for its beautiful scenery, unparalleled legs and colourful indigenous cuisine. One of Myanmar's most important touristic sites is this huge, beautiful waterfall, 900 meters above sealevel. There are 17 towns on stilt walkways along the shore and island lakes, most of which are inhabited by the Intha.
It was a favourite top terminus in the UK and is still a peaceful and non-violent place. It is also comfortably chilly at an altitudinal of 1320 metres and a good place for walking amidst gnarly pine trees, wooded bamboos and craggy mountains. The former UK top terminus provides cold weather (Kalaw is 1,300 metres above sea level) and many possibilities for a trekk.
The Pindaya is a small, peaceful city on the shore of the calm Botaloke Lake. Well-known for its beautiful landscape and many colourful ethnical strains, Kyaing Tong is 452 km from Taunggyi and 176 km from Tachileik. Sights around Kyaingtong include the Spa, Naung Tong Lake, Sunn Taung Monastery, National Square and the traditional lacquerware refiner.