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Guidebook to the most important places of interest in Myanmar
It is now customary to visit Myanmar. Myanmar has so much to see and do, from temple-lined plateaus to gold stupas, swimming backyards and colorful gemstones. But there is no disguising the fact that the land is undergoing change, and our counsel is easy - it is going to be over. These are the 5 places of interest you should not miss:
Beside the beauties of the pagoda itself, the Shwedagon Pagoda is a great place to observe and meditate with followers sacrificing, worshipping and offering to the gold stupa. Probably one of the most impressing Buddhist places in the whole wide globe, the Shwedagon Pagoda was constructed in the sixth time.
The ride through the water of this quiet pond, surrounded by swimming pools and timber stilted cottages, is an unforgettable one. There' s no disguising the fact that Yangon is evolving. With Myanmar open to the tourist, it' s unavoidable and our counsel to travelers who want to see Yangon' s cultural legacy is easy - now is the right moment to leave!
Myanmar is home to some of the most beautiful settlers in the whole wide globe as a consequence of the 1824-1948 reign of Britain and its comparative isolations in the years that followed. It is easy to advise travelers who want to see Myanmar's colorful architectural heritage - now is the right moment to leave.
Bagan is a truly magnificent temple, and as with all Myanmar attractions, it is important to see it before the land really opens up to a tour. If you would like to make a trip with a warm aeroplane over the temple, just ask us when booking one of our small group or individual itinerary.
Bagan's temple-laden plain is a landmark. After exploring Yangon's ancient monasteries and colorful miracles, crossing Inle Lake and seeing the tan set over Bagan's fascinating flats, you definitely earn some relaxing times on the beaches. Very few know that Myanmar has the same unbelievable shoreline as its more famous neighbor Thailand, with the famous blue water of the Andaman Sea and whitish sands.
Myanmar's quiet coast and picturesque fishermen's communities are the ideal way to end your stay. It is now a good moment to see Myanmar for yourself.