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ကမာၻလွည့္ခရီးသည္မ်ား ကုိယ္ပုိင္ေမာ္ေတာ္ယာဥ္၊ ကိုယ္ပုိင္ဆုိင္ကယ္မ်ားျဖင့္ လာေရာက္လည္ပတ္

ေနျပည္ေတာ္၊ ေအာက္တုိဘာလ (၁၀) ရက္ ဟိုတယ္ႏွင့္ခရီးသြားလာေရးဝန္ႀကီးဌာနသည္ ႏိုင္ငံတကာမွ ခရီးသြားဧည့္သည္မ်ား ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံသို႔ လံုျခံဳစိတ္ခ်စြာျဖင့္ အဆင္ေျပလြယ္ကူစြာ သြားေရာက္ လည္ပတ္နုိင္ေရးကုိ ေဆာင္႐ြက္ေပးလ်က္ရွိရာ ေလေၾကာင္း၊ ေရေၾကာင္းမ်ားျဖင့္သာမက နယ္စပ္ဝင္/...

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Myanmar is Long time ago, old indian had known Myanmar as ‘Byama’. The earliest word of Myanmar came out in the area of Bagan especially in Taungoo Ni stone-inscription. In the 15th century, ‘Burma’ is firstly named by Portuguese who came to trade. Throughout the time of British’s colony, English used ‘Burma’ for Burma ethnicity. Burma is an ethnicity among national races. The word of Myanmar embraces the national races of Kachin, Kayar, Kayin, Chin, Burma, Mon, Rakhine and Shan. It named Myanmar which refer all kinds of race that live together in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar in unity.
( From Myanmar Online Encyclopedia)

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Yangon, at one time called Rangoon, was founded by King Alaungpaya on the site of a small settlement called Dagon when he conquered Lower Myanmar in 1755. The city is home to institutions such as the National Museum and Bogyoke Museum displaying …


Numerous traditions have been preserved in Bagan and its surrounding villages, including handicrafts such as beautiful lacquerware, basket weaving, sand art painting, woodcarving and bronze wares. If you cannot make it to a workshop to witness these items being made,…


Mandalay was the last royal city before Myanmar was colonised by Britain in 1885. While the scale of King Mindon’s ambition for the walled citadel is clear from first glance, the whole magnificent palace complex was devastated during World War II. That said, …


Inlay Lake (also known as Inle Lake) is a scenic highland lake in Shan State. It is easily accessible by plane from Yangon, Bagan or Mandalay to Heho airport. From there it is a 35km journey by road to Nyaung Shwe, the main “marina” for pick-up by boat.

Useful Myanmar Phrases

Auspicious to you all

Mingalar Bar

How are you?

nei kaun: ue. la:

Good morning

mingala nan ne khin: ba

Good evening

kaun: tho: nya. nei khin: ba

Good night / Good Bye

thwa: bi

Thank You

kyei: zu: tin ba de

Thank you very much

kyei: zu: amya: gyi: tin ba de

I cannot speak Myanmar

Myanmar lo matat’ bu:

Do you understand?

khamya: na: le tha la:

May I take a photograph

da’ poun yai’ lo. ya. mala:

May I use the telephone?

te li hpon: thoun: lo. ya. ma. la:

Where is the restroom

ein tha be ma shi. tha le:

How much?

be lau’ le:

What’s that?

e: da ba le:

Very expensive

zei: mya: de

See you again

noun gya. thei: da paw.

Please to meet you

twei. ya. da wan: tha ba de

Good luck

kan kaun: ba zei


sel’ mashi ba ne.

Excuse me

thi: khan ba

It’s all right.

ya ba de

Yes (Male)

hou’ ke khin bya.

Yes (Female)

hou’ ke shin.


hin. in:


da ge la:

It’s impossible.

ma hpyi’ nain bu:


hpyi’ nain ba de

I beg your pardon (male)

khin mya (?)

I beg your pardon (female)

shin (?)

Can I help you?

ku nyi ba ya. zei


ke gya. ba oun:


hla. lai’ ta

I want..

…gyin de


I want to go..

…go thwa: gyin ba de

Where is…?

…be na: ma le:

Turn left

be be cho:

Turn right

nya be cho:

Straight ahead

te. de. thwa: ba

Stop here

dima ya’ ba

Slow down

hpyei: byei:

Be careful.

tha di: hta: ba

Be careful, don’t drive too fast

tha di: hta: ba: phyie: byei: maun:

Turn back

pyan hie:

Turn Back

pyan hie:

How much do I owe you?

be lau’ kya. tha le:

Keep the change

maan: ne. daw



lei zei

Bus Station

ba saka: hma’ tain

Railway Station

buda youn


hou te


than youn:


hsei: youn


hsei: gan:

Police Station

ye: sa khan:

Post Office

sa dai



River Boat Jetty

thin: baw: zei’

Guest house

e. yei’ tha


sa: thau’ hsain