Come and See Myanmar, before you late!
Be delighted by the natural beauty, the varied culture, and the warm of the friendly Burmese people. It’s a fascinating country, where full of traditions and place to visit with your mind and heart open to live and fully absorb rich archaeological sites, glittering pagodas, wealthy cultures, colorful festivals and arts.
We can say mysterious country because it is recognized as a tourist destination with idyllic beaches of white sand and crystal clear water, the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayan north, green forests, wealth of scenic beauty, ancient religious monuments, bustling cities are warmly welcome to the visitors.
Myanmar is an all year round tourist destination.
Downtown Yangon is still mainly made up of decaying colonial buildings. The former High Court, City Hall, the Secretariat, the former St. Paul’s English High School, the Custom House, the Central Post office and the Strand Hotel are excellent examples of the bygone era. Colonial Yangon, with its spacious parks, verdant tropical trees and stunning lakes and mix of modern buildings and traditional wooden architecture, was known as "the garden city of the East”.
Mandalay is the last capital of the Myanmar Kings, 668 km from north of Yangon on the east bank of the Irrawaddy River. The city is the economic and religious hub of upper Myanmar and is centered on the Royal Palace the buildings inside the old Mandalay city walls, surrounded by a moat. The once magnificent Royal Palace and the great Atumashi (incomparable) pagoda, King Mingdon Min's finest creations, are modern reconstructions supervised. Mandalay is Burma's cultural and religious center of Buddhism, having numerous monasteries and more than 700 pagodas. At the foot of Mandalay Hill sits the world's official "Buddhist Bible", also known as the world’s largest book, in Kuthodaw Pagoda. Half of Burma's monks reside in Mandalay and the surrounding areas. The old royal cities of Amarapura, Sagaing, Inwa and the Mingun Bell can be easily reached from Mandalay by boat or by car.
Bagan stands out for not only the sheer number of religious edifices of Myanmar but also the magnificent architecture of the buildings, and their contribution to Burmese temple design. The artistry of the architecture of pagodas in Bagan proves the achievement of Myanmar craftsmen in handicrafts. The Bagan temple falls into one of two broad categories: the stupa-style solid temple and the gu-style hollow temple. The interior walls of many temples bear murals based on the Jataka, stories of the 550 previous reincarnations of Prince Siddhartha and of his life before he gained enlightenment as the Buddha. Art of making lacquer ware is famous in Bagan. There are many places to buy lacquer ware with great variation in quality and price. Bagan is also home to Myanmar's archaeological museum, as well as the highly revered Mount Popa.
Inle Lake, is a shallow lake the second largest natural lake. This vast picturesque lake, 900 meters above sea-level and harvested fruit and vegetables from floating gardens on the lake. It is one of the main tourist attractions in Myanmar. The lake, 22 km long and 10 km across, has a population of some 150,000 many of whom live on floating island of vegetation. The enchanting lake, natural and unpolluted, is famous for its scenic beauty and the unique one-leg rowers, floating villages and colorful market. This five-day rotating market is one of the attractive tourist experiences in Shan State where the different ethnic nationals sell their daily farm products like vegetables, fish, flowers, fruits and so on. The focus of the trip to Inle Lake is Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, Nga-phe-kyaung monastery, the hand-woven silk factory, the Cheroot factory and the silversmith shop.
Kalaw, city of Pine trees is hill station, located 1400 meters above sea-level. The town was popular with the British during colonial rule. Many of the Tudor-style houses and English gardens of colonial days remain. Kalaw is situated 70km west of Taunggyi.
Hsipaw, on the banks of Duthawadi River, is one of the most unspoiled towns in Myanmar. The surrounding hills are excellent for trekking and further highlights include river cruises, remote Shan monastery and village visits and cycling through the almost unworldly picturesque countryside. The Central Market at it is one of the best markets to visit in all of Myanmar. Shans, Kachins, and other groups come here to trade regularly.
Chin Hill (Mt. Victoria), locally call as Nat Ma Taung in Burmese, or Khon Nu Son in Chin State standing at 3,053 meters (10,016 feet) which is the tallest peak in mountainous Chin State and the third highest in Myanmar. This national park can easily be reached in one day from Kanpatlet, but there are longer, quieter and more remote hiking options in the area. Nat Ma Taung national park is also a great place to visit for bird lover where can see all of Myanmar’s undamaged species and most of the endangered species within a week. White-throated Babbler, Burmese Bushlark, Jerdon’s Minivet and Hooded Treepie, White-browed Nuthatch, Burmese Tit.
Ngapali Beach! Myanmar's most popular beach destination features a 3km plam-backed stretch of (for the time being) pretty quiet, pretty empty white-sand Myanmar public beach. Named, some say, by a wayward Italian thinking of his Naples home. Ngapali beach is one of the loveliest places in Myanmar. You can take some experiences in there such as Kayaking, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving and cycling or motor biking etc…
Ngwe Saung Beach is about 6 hrs drive from Yangon, unspoiled beach paradise (Bay of Bengal) where you can snorkel in the crystal clear waters. You can relax and sunbathing, sipping the coconut water and there are also options to joint snorkeling, boat trips and bike ride. In the evening enjoy the peaceful atmosphere during sunset.