Where to go in Burma

What part of Burma?

You can get a paid apprenticeship job or go on a super tour! Sights in Burma (Myanmar) Burma's insularity has kept it for many years impenetrable and underdeveloped, but as the land opens further, the visitor can select from a growing number of places. For many years our experts have been visiting us on a regular basis and can advise you on sightseeing in Burma that suit your interests and put together a trip especially for you.

Over 100 ethnical groups have established themselves throughout the land, each with its own unique culture tradition. These places, which are well represented on our travel routes for a visit to Burma (Myanmar), are places we know are always used to. You can also integrate them into your journey in a way that best fits your preference.

Do you think about Burma? I' m advising you not to go. - The forum in Myanmar

Do you think about Burma? Afterwards we went to the common touristic hotspots in Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan and Inle Lake. I would like to advise you not to go to Burma because of my desire to spend a relaxing and pleasant vacation. The vacation was very frustrating, because the high points were rare and not too thrilling.

The biggest part of the vacation was in Ayurawaddy riverbank, which makes Holland seem like a mountain! That certainly took place in Burma. As a matter of fact, the main locations are terribly crowded and the number of tourists will be doubled in the next few years compared to the previous year, which will only worsen the picture.

Hardly any indications of investments in tourism infrastructures. In Bagan, one of the high points of the vacation is a sundown from one of the terrace temples. Most of the terraced temples are now off-limits to the general population due to seismic damages, general abrasion and low upkeep.

That puts the few open patios under enormous stress. The pamphlet said we could watch the sun set from one of the quieter churches. Now, think of more than 20 coaches riding on powdery trolleys laid out for oxcarts at this cemetery. Many coaches meet at sundown on the renowned U-Bein river break.

It' almost not possible to get on the gangway, and if so, it is hard to prevent being knocked off the gangway. Here too there will be an crash, unless the viaduct topples first. In Amarapura, the group went to a convent to watch the friars eating their meals every day.

I think, however, that the state is having trouble supporting the present number of tourists. If you have seen the famous Shwedagon in Yangon, a teaak convent and a sanctuary in Bagan, you have a good grip on it. When you think about going to Burma, at least you know what to look forward to.

Well, I think there are better ways to use up your vacation money.

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