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10 main activities in Myanmar
Myanmar has opened up to the tourist industry in recent years and occupies a privileged place in many illuminated people. Yangon is not without a trip to one of the most popular couples in the time. It' like the Eiffel Tower of Yangon-Yangon, Myanmar's most important trading town.
It' a symbolic sign of myanmar proud. Visiting here is completely breath-taking and magic. Eight planet stations also exist, one for each daily of the weeks (Wednesday is divided into two parts). Prices for the cloakroom are 8,000 Kyat (US$6) for foreign visitors, and opening times are from 04:00 - 22:00 (seven nights a week).
Hiking is the best way to get an impression of Yangon. Yangon Heritage Wandering Tours offer tourist information about Myanmar's past and are prepared to provide answers to all your architectural and cultural needs. The Yangon Heritage Trust is very much aware of Yangon's past, present and will. Inle Lake's legs stretchers will delight every traveller.
In a long, thin vessel driven by an motor and a boatman at one end, the competitors drive on this ecological abundant water to Indein to silversmith, silkwork and pagoda makers. After long journeys and treks in Myanmar, tourists find this quaint place of refuge.
Trains in Myanmar are known to be unpleasant. Situated between Pyin Oo Lwin and Lashio. The Gokteik Viaduct is the highest viaduct in Myanmar and was once the biggest rail viaduct in the whole country. Like the Shwedagon Pagoda, no trip to Myanmar is completed without a few short visits to Bagan.
The dawn can be captured after taking the night buses from Yangon or Inle Lake - be prepared to join many other travellers who climb up a stupa in the sun. You can do several routes, but the temple is navigable with a simple chart. Here there are several hundred sanctuaries, so the exploration of the less known is also a good way to enjoy the time.
Just off the beaten track of Lake Yangon Bagan Inle, Hpa An is in the state of Mon, where many attractions such as the Saddan den are well known. There are Buddha sculptures, tombs and paintings in this huge cavern. Any Myanmar caverns and temple requires that you take off your footwear so that your feet can sense the mudsy floor of the cavern, which is sometimes flooded during the wet seasons.
There is only one way to get back to where you began, either through the cavern again or by a small rented skiff that brings visitors back to the entry. Opening times of the cavern are from 6 am to 6 pm (seven nights a week). Look at the Pagoda below. However, if you have enough cash to buy, a ballooning trip over Bagan (or Inle Lake) is as mystic and beautiful as it sound.
Walking through Kalaw, the mountain terminal in Shan State, just a few mins from Inle Lake, takes from two nights to a whole sunday. Hikers will see a lot of greens and a whole other side of Myanmar, away from the pagoda and dirt. The U Bein is the longest and oldest U-Bahn pedestrian crossing in the whole of Europe, built in 1850.
It crosses Taungthaman Lake for 1.2 kilometres (0.75 miles).