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Ayetharyar is located in the Shan State and is famous for its wine production. Once described by an Italian visitor as a Tuscany in Myanmar, it offers wine connoisseurs an extraordinary experience.
Bagan has been named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 06 July 2019. More than 2,000 ancient temples and pagodas are dotted across a dry dusty plain of Bagan, the heartland of Burmese people.
Hsipaw or Thibaw, as it is called in Myanmar, is one of the oldest of the northern Shan cities and throughout history, the Sawbwa or Shan Chief of Hsipaw had close relations with the Myanmar Kings.
Inle Lake was included in the World Network of Biosphere Reserves (WNBR) in June 2015 at the 27th Session of the International Coordinating Council of the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB-ICC).
Kengtung is known for its scenic beauty and many colorful ethnic tribes. The town is full of old Buddhist temples and colonial buildings and being built around a lake makes it one of the most scenic towns in the Shan State.
Kyaikkami is formerly known as Amherst, named after William Amherst, 1st Earl Amherst, then governor-general. It is situated on a peninsula about 48 km (30 mi) south of the town of Mawlamyine.
Mandalay was the last royal capital of the Burmese kingdom, before the British colonial era. Mandalay is considered the country's cultural heartland and acts as an important trade centre of Upper Myanmar.
Situated near Thandwe in Rakhine (Arakan) State, Ngapali is one of Myanmar’s best-known beaches yet. Ngapali is made up of a series of pristine beaches interspersed with quaint fishing villages and tall palm trees.
Pindaya is a peaceful, small town set in beautiful rural settings. Set deep in the hillsides, the impressive labyrinthine cave Shwe Oo Min, which houses over 8,000 Buddha images of varying sizes is a unique attraction in Pindaya.
Located at the foot of the Himalayas, Putao is the northernmost town in Myanmar. Reachable all year around only by plane, it serves as the starting point for trekking and hiking tours through local villages and is home to tribes including the Lisu and Rawang.
Located at the mouth of the Kaladan River by the Bay of Bengal, Sittwe is the capital of the Rakhine State in western Myanmar. The city offers many interesting sightseeing opportunities.
Tachileik is a border town to Thailand in the eastern Shan State. Tachileik is connected with Kyaing Tong by road and is located 106 km (66 mi) and is approximately two hours driving time to the north.