Myanmar, beautiful country full of rich and long tradition, vibrant culture, very delicious food, Asia’s top beaches, gorgeous natural sights and many […]
Since the dawn of civilization, humans have felt compelled to raise structures to their gods. Before this, they modified things in nature and worshipped Mother Earth. This chain of events explains the development of votive structures.
If you love traveling on foot or pedaling your way around new places, Myanmar has it all! If you love nature, do not doubt that hiking is the perfect activity for you. You will be amazed by the natural life, full of natural walks and waterfalls. You will see leafy vegetation that will make you forget for a moment the bustle and the gray cement of the city. And you will
It’s also safe to call it a delicious mash-up of the spicy rich curries of India, the garlicky sweet sauces of China, and the bright herb-filled salads and soups of Thailand. There’s nothing quite like it, and Yangon is a city built for snacking. The best street food in Yangon can be found at temporary carts set up by vendors each morning, and the stews and snacks sold throughout the day represent a wide cross-section of different cultures and ethnicities.
One of the most iconic photos of Myanmar is the image of dozens of hot air balloons drifting across the plains of Bagan with a layer of fog shrouding hundreds of ancient temples.
Wildlife found in Myanmar is a mixture of species from North, South and Southeast Asia. There are approximately 300 known mammal species, 300 reptiles and 100 birds found throughout the country. In Myanmar’s jungles, tigers and leopards are quite common.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live above water, on a lake? What life would be like surrounded by water. People who live on the Inkle lake have formed a culture of living on water.
This enchanting country in Southeast Asia has so much to offer to those who visit. From amazingly friendly people to landscapes that are a photographer’s dream; Myanmar is one of our favourite places that we have visited. T
Train trip to Goteik Viaduct is one of the must places to visit in Myanmar. It is located nearby Pyin Oo Lwin, well known as former colonial town. Goteik Viaduct was built in 1899 and finished in 1900. Over 4311 tons of steel and iron was used to build the viaduct. The length is 689m and its high is 102 m.