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Important information and advice
Burma is full of kind and supportive individuals. However, it is important to know that due to decade-long external isolations, many day-to-day business and travel will take much longer than elsewhere; some may not be possible at all; and you may have to be tolerant of an obsolete piece of tech and the speed of living in general.
The purpose of this section is to help you get ready for your journey and give you useful tips on how to make the most of your Myanmar year. For more information, click on the link below.
Burma travel information - Myanmar Tours
Burma is a land of old relic that entailed grandeur and architectonic ingenuity. Typical Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon Golden, Golden Mount Kyaikhtiyo magical sanctuary in the old city of Bago or 1000 inhabitants monuments in Bagan. Moreover, Myanmar tourism also draw overseas tourist through unspoilt pristine nature, tranquillity of Inle Lake, Ngapali beaches or one-of-a-kind trunk turtle neck Pa-O or whipped-thankankah.
Incorporating these benefits, but have just opened, but Myanmar's tourist industry is expanding at a breathtaking rate. Transport in Myanmar: In addition to flying, you can also travel between Myanmar province by coach. Cabs are a comfortable means of transport in the town. Mandalay, Myanmar's second biggest town, after Yangon.
This is both the final stop and transshipment point for the most visited trips in Myanmar. Zhwenandaw Wood Convent, Kuthodaw Paya Pagoda with the biggest pagoda with the biggest books in the word, Mandalay Hill, Royal Palace, Temple Mahamuni Buddha with genuine golden leaves, U-bein Bridge. Following the city of Mingoon famed with visitors through Myanmar reliquaries and ruins:
Hsinbyume / Myatheindan - one of the biggest and heavyest bells in the word, Stupa and pagoda Stupa and pagoda Hsinbyume knows with themes Chinthe . Pyin oo Lwin: Situated on a hillside over 1,000 metres above sealevel to the west of Mandalay, Pyin oo Lwin city is quite different with other sights in Myanmar.
The Mrauk-U: It is an important archeological town near the west Myanmar frontier. Marauk-U is the second biggest tourist centre in Myanmar after Bagan. In contrast to the Bagan sanctuary of bricks and loam, the sanctuaries here are made of bricks and stones. Some of the most famous are Thaung, Htukkanthein, Koe-Thaung, Andaw-Thein, Lemyethna, Ratana's marble complex.
This is the most important and important Shite-Thaung-Pagoda. This town is 20 km in the southwestern part of Mandalay and on the bank of the Ayeyarwady River. It has many convents and sanctuaries in suitable places for pilgrimages. Inner Wa (Inhwa - Inwa): Inn Wa was the former Myanmar kingdom's capitol from the fourteenth to nineteenth centuries just to the south of Mandalay.
Bagan: It is the centre of the most popular Myanmar sanctuaries. It was the capitol of the mighty Bagan Empire. Bagan is a goal not to be missed with over 2,000 shrines, which are still preserved today from 10,000 antique sacral buildings. Bagan's most iconsic Shwezigon gilded Temple, Ananda with four Buddha gilded in 4 dimensions, Thatbyinnyu-Tempel - the highest in Bagan, Shwegugyi Shwesandaw pagoda and the highest in Bagan - where the shagodra.
Lake Inle, also known as the Great Lake, is situated in the city of Nyaung Shwe and is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Myanmar. Besides the beautiful landscape of Lake Inle you can see the vineyard and the Red Mountain winery, the hamlet of Pa-Ourtleneck, and the Daw Oo Pagode Phaung with 5 golden foil decorated sculptures.
Myanmar's new capitol. This is the work for the state of Myanmar, usually impressive parliament buildings. Anawrahta, U Aung Zeya Bayinnaung and Alaungpaya, together with Uppatasanti Friedenspagode, where the relicts of Buddha's cog. Located on the bank of the Ayeyarwady River, with the major tourist attraction is the Dawn Tube and the Bawbawgyi Shwesandaw Cave.
It is Myanmar's biggest town and the most visited itinerary. Shoredagon Pagoda, Sule Pagoda, Crocodile Thaketa Farmyard, Bogyoke Aung San Market Mingalar, West Street Neighbourhood 19 Street, Botataung Square, thanks to Saint Mary's Cathedral, Holy Trinity Cathedral Chapel, Mailamu Square, Musmeah Convent Judaic Yeshua Synagogue, Mahabadoola Park, Lakes Kandawgyi and Inya Lake. Bogyoke Aung San Market Mingalar.
Its most important attraction is the Shwedagon Pagoda, which contains four Buddha gems, among them the Kakusandha tail, the Konagamana cleaner, the Kassapa cloak and eight Buddha hair. Myanmar's tourism is just starting to develop, but the country's unspoilt shores have started to catch the interest of those who enjoy boardwalk.
Myanmar's most popular beaches are Ngapali, Ngwe Bright, Chaungtha and Kanthaya. There was the former capitol of the Taungoo empire, Bago quite well-preserved relicts, as well as the Buddha sculpture Shwethalyaung, Huang Shen Shwemawdaw Buddhist sanctuary - the highest sanctuary in Myanmar, Kyaik Pun Buddha sanctuary with Buddha sculptures behind 4, supply Kanbawzathadi Taungoo Dynasty Palace, and a host of other sanctuaries such as Maha Kalyani, Mahazedi, Shwegugale Solid Snake and Snake.
From Bago you can particularly explore some of Myanmar's most popular places of tourism: Kyaikhtiyo Buddhist / Kyaiktiyo or Gold Mountain Golden Rock Pagoda prominent hill Kyaiktiyo. Myanmar's 4th biggest town. Sightseeing major contribution to this manlamyine in Myanmar's Bo Le Temple NWA / NWA La Bo are located on three prominent rocks.
It is often likened to Golden Mount Kyaikhtiyo, although it drew fewer people. This is the traditional Myanmar cuisine: you will be able to taste it: Serve alone or together with raisins. Nga Hatamin means fried cod in the Shan-languages.
They are made from boiled curcuma and then pressed shallow, fresh water prawns covered with a sprinkling of olive and then covered with it. Myanmars curries can be made from either veal, seafood, prawns, pigmeat or sheep. In addition, there are innumerable curried meals such as rices, salads, roasted vegetable, soups, salads and stewed vegetable, all of which are accompanied by various kinds of casseroles.
In contrast to traditional candies, Myanmar's candies are called "moun" or sliced off like a sandwich rather than a candy. It is not cute because of the sugars, but the sugary flavour is cheerful, the organic components like pasty riceflour, sticky white riceflour, pearls and almonds. A number of traditional meals have a natin spirit (semolina pie with chocolate milks, gingerbread and raisins), and a mount pi? it leg mount thalet.
Myanmar has a wide variety of baked food. Traditional meals are pumpkin kyaw (pumpkins coated with powder and fried), accompanied by tamarindsauce and sweetened peas. Myanmar's most distinctive dish is named "hto-hpu new", which means "warm tofu". The quintessence of Myanmar's cuisine.
It is a meal of round seafood pasta and bulb soups, sometimes with an additional crunchy sauce of bananas. They can also be added cooked egg, crunchy vegetable, roasted onions, lime juices and chili. Shan pasta made of thin and thin fibres covered in stock, cooked with a mixture of chickens or pigs.