• yangon

    Yangon was the capital of independent Myanmar (1948-2006), and it is the largest city in the country to date.

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    yangon
  • mandalay

    Mandalay is the former royal capital, located in the center part of Myanmar, lying on the Irrawaddy River.

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    mandalay
  • bagan

    In the middle of 9th century, under King Anawratha, who unified Myanmar as well as converted the nation to be a Theravada Buddhist country.

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    bagan
  • Mergui Archipelagos

    Mergui Archipelagos, located in southernmost part of Myanmar, comprises over 800 beautiful islands.

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    Mergui Archipelagos
  • Pyin Oo Lwin

    The Colonial Hill station of Pyin Oo Lwin was a summer retreat during British Rule, it’s relatively cool climate allowing the British ruling class to escape the fearsome heat of Mandalay and lower Myanmar.

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    Pyin Oo Lwin
  • Putao/MyitKyiNa

    Located at the Northern side and often considered as the head in Myanmar map, both Putao city and MyitkyiNa city are located in the Kachin State.

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    Putao/MyitKyiNa
  • Inle

    Highly considered as one of the most anticipated destination of the country, as well as the home to Intha people who rows their boats with one leg, and have a unique way of fishing.

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    Inle
  • Kalaw

    Located high up in the western Shan Plateau at 1,320 meters, Kalaw is a small colonial town with uplifting ambiance with a lot of colonial influences.

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    Kalaw

MANDALAY

Mergui Archipelagos

PYIN OO LWIN

PUTAO/MYINTKYINA

Ngapali Beach

NGWE SAUNG BEACH