When to Visit BurmaIf you should visit Burma
Too warm in the sun to come to Burma? I' d really appreciate some good counsel on Myanmar. In the middle of the month of April, my boy and I are planning to go to Myanmar for 11 nights. The research shows that the month of april will burn. It is too warm to go, or is it feasible - and does it affect what you can see/experience?
I' m not against warmth, but it affects seeing the temple or just not having enough power to get around, then we can go somewhere else. Too warm in April to go to Myanmar? I' d say about 40°C in April, but the temperatures are colder up to about 22C, the air moisture is also quite low.
I would say in Vietnam in April that the temperature is generally lower. Too warm in the sun to come to Burma? Definitely a heavy effect on the journey. During the day, this part of the tropical region is usually very warm, or "blazing heat" in the warm sea.... Apry- May. Too warm in the sun to come to Burma?
December 27, 2016, 12:14 a.m. I travelled down the Chindwin river last April, being cute on the flow and I would say 50% of gh's I remained in had only 6-9 power but still it was ok, 4th re: Too warm in April to go to Myanmar? Hopefully you will join the discussion by publishing an open subject or start a new one.
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The Pope visits Myanmar, Bangladesh before Christmas
vatique city - Francis will almost certainly be visiting Myanmar and Bangladesh, two lands in conflict with the Muslim Rohingya majority, before the end of the year, said a leading vatican spring on wednesday. This is the first voyage that a Myanmar pontiff will make before the end of August, the official announcement added the resource, which speaks on an anonymous basis.
So far, the Vatican has only said that a journey to both lands is "under observation". The Vatican will visit both states to clarify the situation and give a detailed account to the Holy Father, who will take the definitive decisions. Burma is about to undergo an unprecedented review of the horrors committed against its Rohingya people.
Francis criticized their handling in February and said that they had been subjected to torture and murder because they wanted to experience their own civilization and their own Moslemism. Myanmar's and Bangladesh's recent history is connected by the Rohingya war. About 1.1 million Rohingya are living in Myanmar's Rakhine state, but are excluded from the country's nationality and subject to strict travelling regulations.
Buddhists throughout Myanmar consider them unlawful migrants from neighbouring Bangladesh. Over 87,000 Rohingya have escaped to Bangladesh since Rohingya rebels last year killing nine policemen. Vatican, a supreme state, and Myanmar entered into full diplomatic ties in May when its de facto civil head, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, came to the Vatican.
According to the country's general Charles Maung Bo, Myanmar has about 700,000 Roman Catholics among a total of about 51.4 million people, most of whom are Buddhists. In 1986 Pope John Paul paid a visit to Bangladesh, which is predominantly Moslem and in which Catholics are only a small group.