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Myanmar's 15 best sights
First Burma - now Myanmar - has gradually but certainly become a touristic region in recent years. While the army junta's ferocious hand is weakening and the land is in the process of holding free, there is a newly discovered passion for the backpackers and adventurers. However, the land - located between India and the main bases of Southeast Asia - certainly has its part to play in great things.
Or you can walk rugged mounds in the old Shan King countries, meet sea peasants in Inle and the rusty remnants of Britain's domination in Kalaw. Here, too, there are vast numbers of old shrines, with places like Bagan boasting sculptured Stupa and old Hindoo motives, not to speak of intriguing buddhistic relicts and some seriously sun-kissed sandy shores that line the Bay of Bengal.
Let's go and see the best places in Myanmar: Stunning Bagan Pockets a well-deserved top position on this listing of the best sights in Myanmar. An ocean of innumerable temples penetrates the cloud and woods; flags of powder melt in the towers of old stupa; the pale contours of abandoned Hindu semi-gods wave from the large decks, while the jagged peaks of the Arakan Mountains appear in the back.
To see Bagan with the hot air ballon is becoming more and more famous and provides a truly unparalleled glimpse over this 26 square kilometer country of temple. Fifteen best sights in Myanmar:
The 10 most important sights in Burma
About Burma? Since I read the novel The Piano Tuner by Daniel Mason, I wanted to visit Burma (today Myanmar). I was reminded of an image of an exotic country with luxuriant jungle and glistening sanctuaries - the same Burmese country that Rudyard Kipling loved and that inspired the poet Mandalay.
This is another crucial time in Burma's story. After 50 years of army domination, when the state reopened its gates to the tourist market, an early rush of guests sent the price of hotels skyrocketing as demands exceeded supplies. The policy reforms have inevitably brought about a phase of transition, but fortunately things have now calmed down and the price has fallen as the countrys efforts to develop its budding tourist industries responsibly and sustainably.
Can there be a better moment to visit Burma while the countryside still preserves its mysterious atmosphere? to the extreme southern part before moving northwards. Macleod Island in southernmost Burma is one of about 800 pristine Andaman Sea islets with a wealth of wildlife that I would like to see - a lush tropic haven awaiting to be explored under the sea and ashore.
Explore the town that has been the inspiration for Kipling when he wrote his Mandalay poetry (surprisingly enough, he never really got a foothold in Mandalay) and visit the Kyaik Than Lan Paya, the stupa about which he wrote in his famed Poet. orge Orwell also wrote about Mawlamyine (formerly known as Moulmein), who has been living in Burma for five years.
At the moment it is still far enough to the southwest to have largely disappeared from the grid for most people. Situated in the commercial centre of the Burmese economy is the most venerated Buddha shrine in Burma, the Shwedagon Pagoda, a gorgeous 325-foot gold-plated stupa. pagoda. When I first saw a Buddha school in Thailand at the beginning of this year, I had a teardrop in my eyes, but it was only a small part of the dimensions of the Shwedagon Pagoda, which promised to be just as stunning.
This thrilling trip in open lorries racing around the winding streets and into the sky on Mount Kyaiktiyo is honoured by a stunning panorama of the peaks and one of Burma's three holiest Buddhist places, the Golden Rock, which seems to be always on the brink of an abyss despite the force of the graven.
Learn about lakeside living and the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival in Inside Burma's Journal Post, A Day on Inle Lake. Here you can find the latest news. More than 2,000 shrines and palagodas from the eleventh to the thirteenth centuries lie on the Bagan plain. Mandalay, the former Burmese capitol, is located on the bank of the Irrawaddy River in the middle of this vast state.
I' m longing to take a look under the frantic hustle and bustle of the town and to explore a multitude of convents, cloisters and tea houses. For more information about Burma's tea houses, visit The Funnelogy Channel weblog. There is no question that there are many beautiful places to visit in this large land, which is about the approximate French lime.
It' worthwhile to do your schoolwork and decide where you want to go and what you want to see and do. There is a lot of information on the Inside Burma blogs that I think is inestimable. Inside Burma knows the land very well as a travel destinations expert and believes strongly in getting under the cover of a traveler.
You will also find a wide variety of Burma adventures, from cookery courses to high teas at the historical Strand Hotel. Is there a better way to explore Burma? Disclaimer: The story was made available to you in collaboration with Inside Burma.