Where to Visit in BurmaHow to visit Burma?
Sightseeing Burma - guidebook
Journey where in Myanmar? When this is your first vacation in Myanmar, you will probably want to go to the "Big Five" of the state. Lake Inle's extensive water area is home to unparalleled fishing and swimming communities, while the Bagan plain is littered with thousand of antique shrines and peaks.
Cruising along the powerful Ayeyarwady River is a cozy way to get between Bagan and Mandalay, the countrys culture capitol and home of the famed U-leg bridge. Take your free moment to think about your trip on the unspoilt shores of Ngapali in the North. If you have more free or want to walk off the beaten track, the verdant hills of Hsipaw's North Shan state are home to tribal peoples and provide a trek to try all skills.
Those who are really keen on adventure can also consider the secluded national parks of Putao in the less frequently frequented Himalayan spurs adjoining China or the muse on the eastboundary. Myanmar can be like a journey back in history, a one-of-a-kind adventure in an ever more modernized area. Myanmar is a friendly and, of course, friendly and inquisitive country and likes to take the opportunity to practise their English.
Breathtaking scenery, from the tranquil waters of Lake Inle to the sparse plain of the Bagan Sanctuary and the wooded hills of Shan State in the northern hemisphere.
President Lee Myung-bak of Korea visits Burma
In 1983, 21 lives were lost during a trip to Yangon by former President Chun Doo-hwan. He traveled from Beijing to Burma, where he had held two-day tripartite meetings with the China and Japan leadership. Tension with DPRK following a missile take-off failure last months was debated at the tripartite meeting on Sunday.
However, North Korea was not mentioned in a common declaration on Monday. Seventeen Sudokorean civil servants - among them members of cabinets and parliamentarians - and four Myanmar men were murdered in the 1983 assault as they awaited Mr Chun's martyr mausoleum in Rangoon.
Mister Chun just failed the assault because his vehicle was jammed, so he was too slow to put a crown for the Burmese independent heroe General Aung San. Three-- one of the detainees was killed during the arrest. Myanmar broke off relations with DPRK in 1983, but re-established them in 2007.
It is anticipated that Mr. Lee will have supper with President Thein Sein and then go to Rangoon on Tuesday to attend the tomb. Safety in the town was improved on Monday, especially near the cabinet where the 1983 bombing took place.