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An e-bike tour in Bagan

Heavenly Yu Bagan Bagan is one of the must-see destinations in Myanmar and has been recently listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site on 6th July 2019 from 36 nominations. Bagan hosts more than 3,500 red bricks Buddhist temples, stupas, monasteries and other monuments which are dotted around the massive greenery plain. In Bagan, you can...
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Discover Myanmar’s History, Nature and Culture

Discover Myanmar’s History, Nature and Culture With the Ayeyarwaddy river running through it, the gateway to the Delta and the ocean, Myanmar is a feast for those who love nature and fascinating, dynamic Asian cities. Let’s look at the history, culture, fashion, food, and the best places to visit in Myanmar. A British colony for...
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Experience in Myanmar

Name-GURDAL YAPRAK Business Title- Travel Blogger Email- [email protected] She is a travel blogger from Turkey. Her Instagram account has 12.9K followers. Here are a few photos that she shared on her Instagram and one of the articles that she wrote about Myanmar on Zoom Magazine. Here are the 8 articles that she published about Myanmar...
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GEORGE KAREEM ALI SHARIF MAXWELL

George Kareem is from USA.Here are the contents that he shared about Inle , Bagan and Mandalay. Inle Inle Lake is BEAUTIFUL. We arrived to a lovely, sunny afternoon in Shan State, enjoying a most scenic drive from the airport to the jetty. We soon boarded our long-tailed boats to explore by water. Our highlight...
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All There is to Longyi

By Jaycee Jung Myanmar is known for its culture and diversity, with more than 130 tribes and ethnicities. The country’s many tribes have distinctive cultural identities and even preferred textiles like cotton, silk and other fibres. The moment you walk on the street of Myanmar, you will notice that most of the men and women...
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Puta-O, Northern Myanmar is developing with high speed

Puta-O, Northern Myanmar is developing with high speed Puta- O is the northern most town in Myanmar. Situated at the base of the Himalayan Mountain range and close to the highest mountain in Myanmar, Mount Hkakabo Razi at 19296 feet/5881m. Around the town are plentiful natural resources, dense forests where rare species of animals and...
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Inwa is likely to rise in 2019

Inwa is likely to rise in 2019 By Kyaw Htike Soe Inwa Region is located at the confluence of the Ayeyawady River and Dokhtawady River about 2 miles and four furlongs north of TadaU Township and around 20 miles southwest of Mandalay, Myanmar’s second largest cultural city.Inwa is known for hosting several ancient heritages such...
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A take on tourism in Myanmar

Among the different gifts that we receive in our lifetime, the gift of nature is the best and probably the most valuable. At Myanmar, we enjoy the abundance of nature. From beautiful snowcapped peaks to kilometres of fine sand beaches, Myanmar has been bestowed with the best nature has to offer. It is unfortunate that...
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Kayah – the land of the Kayan people

Recently, I visited Kayah, a quaint state in the east of our country. I was mesmerised with the beauty of the place. Kayah is in the initial stages of being developed as a tourist destination. Hence, the untouched lands are a treat to the eye. After my trip, my thoughts have been dominated by Panpet...
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