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Best Kept Secrets of Myanmar

From ancient temples and pagodas, scenic lakes and rivers to incredibly friendly people, Myanmar is home to a wide range of scenery, traditions and more. Myanmar is still untouched by the world tourism, making it an amazing destination to discover. The Burmese people are incredibly welcoming and friendly and will make your visit a memorable experience.

Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon
Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon

When visiting the capital city of Yangon, you must visit the city’s most iconic pagoda – the Shwedagon. It is one of the largest and oldest pagodas in the world. The atmosphere is breath-taking. Follow the lead of pilgrims and take a walk around the pagoda to admire the sheer beauty of this place from all sides. Read More

Bagan
Bagan

Located along the eastern banks of the Ayeyarwady River, Bagan is an archaeological site with thousands of old Buddhist monuments and pagodas. We suggest you to wake up early for some jaw dropping views of the sunrise over the 4446 pagodas. We suggest that you take an early morning hot air balloon ride to get a bird's eye view of the astounding beauty of this ancient city in Myanmar. Read More

Inle Lake
Inle Lake

It is the largest lake in Myanmar and is well-known for its floating gardens, rustic wooden stilt houses and iconic fishermen who navigate their boats with one leg. One of Inle Lake's most popular and picturesque sights is its famous five-day rotating market, as it migrates from one rustic lakeside village to another on a five-day rotation system We suggest you to take a boat ride across the lake and discover all the interesting sites such as the Jumping Cat Monastery or the hidden temples of the Sagar Village and Takhaung Mwetaw. Read More

Golden Rock
Golden Rock

located at the summit of Mount Kyaiktiyo, 1,100 meters above sea level, the Golden Rock is the country’s most spiritual and religious sites. The legends says the rock is actually supported by a hair from Buddha. Its size and the way it is defying gravity is truly unbelievable. Getting to Mount Kyaiktiyo is no less of an adventure. Get ready for a rollercoaster ride as you navigate the bumpy roads and hairpin bends. Read More

U-Bein bridge
U-Bein bridge

A perfect spot to take iconic pictures and is well-known for its stunning sunsets, U-Bein bridge is a very famous landmark. The bridge is the longest existing teakwood bridge in the world and is definitely a must visit spot when in Myanmar. Read More

Burmese Food
Burmese Food

Burmese food embodies the cultural mix, spiced with rich flavors from countries such as China, India, and Thailand, along with its own unique qualities. Take your pick with delicious delicacies like Mohinga, Lahpet Thoke, Samosas, Burmese fish curry, deep fried tofu and more and then wash it down with a cold Myanmar beer. Trust us, Myanmar beer is one of the best beers that we have ever tasted and we have definitely tasted quite a few. Read More

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