More than 2,000 ancient temples and pagodas are dotted across a dry dusty plain of Bagan, the heartland of Burmese people.
Yangon (Rangoon) is the former capital of Myanmar with over 5 million inhabitants.
One of Myanmar's spectacular sight, Inle Lake is surrounded by the green mountain ranges and overlooks the misty Shan Mountains at 900 metres abo
Mandalay was the last royal capital of the Burmese kingdom, before the British colonial era.
Pindaya is a peaceful, small town set in beautiful rural settings.
Kalaw is a former British colonial hill station on the western edge of Shan Plateau with it
Kyaiktiyo is one of the most interesting and the third most sacred Buddhist shrine in Myanmar behind Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon and the Mahamuni
A six-hour drive by car from Yangon, Ngwe Saung is home to 14 kilometres of pristine sandy
Situated near Thandwe in Rakhine (Arakan) State, Ngapali is one of Myanmar’s best-known beaches yet it is also one of Asia’s least visited.
Located at the mouth of the Kaladan River by the Bay of Bengal, Sittwe is the capital of the Rakhine State in western Myanmar.
Mrauk U is the old capital of the powerful Arakan kingdom with a 3,000-year-old history. In the 16th century Mrauk U was a large and important free port.
The Golden Triangle town of Kyaing Tong is nestled in the valley between the high misty mountains of the Shan Plateau and the Mekong and the Thanlwin Rivers.
Pyin Oo Lwin is a former British hill station, located in the Shan hills east of Mandalay.
A little oasis of Upper Myanmar, Mount Popa is the home of the country's most powerful Nats (sacred spirits) and is also known as the flower mountain.
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