land of
wondrous nature

Flush with lush forests decorating green mountains, and magnificent bodies of water teeming with endemic species, the country is perfect for nature lovers.

splendid culture & traditions

It is an impressive list of culture and traditions that mark the life of the Myanmarese. The months are packed with exciting festivals, delicious food, and beautiful traditional crafts.

significant religious sites

The country is home to important religious sites for Buddhists worldwide. Experience the spiritual and the supernatural in temples, pagodas and monasteries across the lush landscape.

rich in
ancient history

More than its rich recent historical past, Myanmar is home to the ancient Pyu cities as well as rare archaeological finds dating back to the Neolithic period.

Discover all Myanmar has to offer through its regions and states.

List of Festivals

Community-Based Tourism

AUTHENTIC
LOCAL EXPERIENCE

Interact with locals and experience the way of life in the country’s villages.

VALUABLE
SKILL-LEARNING

Enjoy the art of silversmith, natural fabric-dyeing and weaving with experts from the village.

ENJOY
NATIVE DELICACIES

Witness traditional cooking skills of the locals and indulge in unique flavours of their cuisines.

Did you know?

Tourists may have noticed that some locals have red teeth. This is due to their long-practised tradition of chewing kwun-ya - betel vine leaves wrapped with areca nuts, slaked lime and sometimes tobacco.

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GUIDES & RESOURCES

Myanmar: Let The Journey Begin

Visitor’s Guide Books

Brochures & Pamphlets

Articles

GUIDES & RESOURCES

Myanmar: Let The Journey Begin

Visitor’s Guide Books

Brochures & Pamphlets

Articles

USEFUL MYANMAR PHRASES

News

Certification Ceremony of Hospitality Training was held in Naung Cho

Nay Pyi Taw, 4th June In the City Hall, in Naung Cho on the 31st May 2019, over 200 peopleattendeda CertificationCeremony held to celebrate the complication of the Basic Hospitality Training Courses, which has the overall aim ofdeveloping human resource within the tourism sector. A total of 163 trainees successfully completed The Basic Hospitality Training...
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Ethnic food identification and cooking competition held

NayPyiTaw, 4th June During the recently very successful Basic Hospitality Training Course, in Naung Cho Shan State, a new and exciting concept was introduced to great acclaim – an ethnic food identification and cooking competition,which involved Trainees from the Food and Beverage Production Course. The aim of the competition was to identifying ethnic food and...
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Promoting coordinated and sustainable tourism in the Chinese market to Myanmar

Nay Pyi Taw, May 31 A special meeting was held in Nay Pyi Tawrecently to discuss and plan the details of a coordinated and sustainable approach to the ChineseMarket. The immense and recent growth in this market needs to be carefully managed for all the parties concerned, including the people of Myanmar. The meeting was...
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