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Myanmar - Best Burma Book
While there are no billions of titles about the land, if you are looking for the best titles about Burma (Myanmar), this is a good start. It has a great happily ever since he is "saved" and visits Cambridge at the end and of course writes this one. However, it is quite an astonishing trip the writer makes, and it is very revealing how brutally the Burmese government has been to its own population.
As Myanmar is still very early in its tourism evolution to justify the publishing of travel books by various publishing houses, the Lonely Planet travel book is your best choice right now. As with all LPs, it offers a wealth of historic and culture backgrounds, menus and hotel and restaurant proposals.
However, be warned that things are moving so fast in Myanmar that you are probably much better off exploring properties and dining places ashore. Emma Larkin (a pseudonym) spends a year travelling through Myanmar on the trail of Orwell (whose mom was bred in Burma).
It goes under the surfaces of the smiling faces of the Burmese nation to find the grief of years of cruelty to their regimes. Released in 2006. It is the writer's own travel, who lived and taught in Yangon for 18-month. There is definitely not the kind of policy understanding other literature has about the land, but if you are looking for information about it, you will find some interesting observation and a different outlook in this work.
Released in 2006. Posted by a UN chief of staff, this volume provides a historic backdrop to the land, but also makes it very intimate. It contains tales about his own and many others. Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi told her about all aspects of Burma, as well as the countryside, the army, human beings, religious beliefs, political issues and more.
Released in 2010. The Oscar nominee is another very revealing look at the oppression of the land, but also offers an eye-opening look at peopleâ??s commit-ment to bringing about the transformation at any price. Released in 2010. When you are considering a journey to Myanmar, take a look at our route for later this year.
We' re on a women's only trip to Burma in November. Have a good trip!