Between the decline of Bagan in the 14th Century and the founding of Mandalay in the mid-19th, the city of Ava, locally known as Innwa, is Myanmar’s most famous old capital, and is situated 20 Kilometers south of Mandalay.

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  • pyay

    Pyay is a riverside town boasting a collection of ancient ruins, relax riverside scenery and for the more adventurous, a series of impressive Cliffside carvings well outside town.

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  • Kyaukse

    Kyaukse locates in central Myanmar, lying on the Zawgyi River, can be reached from 25 miles south of Mandalay by an hour drive. The first Myanmar probably settled in the area about 800, and the local 12th and 13th century inscriptions refer to Kyaukse as “the first home”.

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  • Mingun

    Mingun is best known for its gigantic, unfinished stupa, the Mingun Pahtodawgyi, which was meant to be the largest in the world (at a project height of 150 meters), but now lies ravaged by earthquakes on the western bank of the Irrawaddy river.

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  • Goteik Viaduct

    One of Burma’s most stunning man made marvels built by the colonial British, Goteik Viaduct is a spectacular railway bridge over 100 meters above the ground and nearly 700 meters long.

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    Goteik Viaduct
  • Hsipaw

    A charming and laid back town located high in the hills of Shan State, Hsipaw’s quiet streets, traditional buildings, and trekking opportunities make it worth the effort of getting there. You can get there by 4 hr drive from Pyin Oo Lwin or take the train ride crossing through the famous Goteik Viaduct.

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  • Mt.Victoria

    Mount Victoria (Nat Ma Taung in Burmese, or Khonuthum in local Chin language) is set in the stunning and little-visited Nat Ma Taung National Park, home to a variety of rare and beautiful flora and fauna and ethnic tribes known for their tattoo-faced womenfolk.

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  • Loi Kaw

    Travel to this part of Myanmar and you will discover beautiful Kayah hill scenery and a large number of distinctive tribal culture, the most internationally famous of which are Kayan, whose “long-necked” womenfolk have a tradition of sporting coils around their necks.

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    Loi Kaw
  • Popa

    An iconic postcard sight of Myanmar, with a glistening golden stupas and a sacred monastery, Mount Popa is an extinct volcano located in the middle of the country.

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  • Bago

    Formerly known as Pegu, Bago is a neighbor town of Yangon and it is only 80 kms away. The town can be considered as one of the archaeologically richest towns in the country as two Mon kings resided here and marked as their capitals from 825 AD to the 1300s.

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  • Mawlamyaing

    The fourth largest city of the country, it is located 300 km South East of Yangon and at the mouth of Thanlwin River. It is the capital and largest city of Mon State and the main trade center as well as seaport of South Eastern Myanmar.

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  • Hpa An

    The capital of Karen (Kayin) State, Hpa An is has only recently removed from restricted list of travel destinations. It is a small charming town with backpacker feel to it since the town is not very developed and budget friendly.

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    Hpa An