Myitkyina

Myitkyina ( “ Myitkyi “ means “ Big River “ & “ na “ means “ near” , Myitkyina is the city nearby Big River

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Salay

It is a lovely and rustic town about 32 km south of Bagan, The Sale Yok Sone Kyaung is entirely made from teak , the

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Mrauk U

Mrauk U is situated in the Rakhine state , at the Western part of Myanmar , it was the capital city of 48 kings for

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Hpa an

Hpa An is the capital of Kayin State ( Karen State ) in Myanmar & It’s 289 Km far from Yangon, a former capital city

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Mawlamyine

Mawlamyine is the capital city of Mon State & it’s fourth largest city of Myanmar with the population of 289,388 in 2014. It’s situated 300

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Inle Lake

Inle Lake is located in the heart of the Shan Plateau & it’s the second largest lake in Myanmar after Indawgyi lake in Kachin State

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Yangon

  Yangon , the former capital city and commercial city , is the main gateway to Myanmar. It was founded by King Alaungpaya when he

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Ngapali Beach

Ngapali Beach , It is famous for its natural and unspotted beauty up to this day. The beach stretches about 3 km with soft white

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Monywa

Monywa is a worthwhile trip for temple enthusiasts or some other tourists who would like to go where there are few travelers. It lies 136

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Mingun

The name “ Mingun “ is supposed to have become after the king Bodawpaya resided in a small village. If it was not King’s residence

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Mt.Popa

Mt. Popa is about 50km away from Bagan & It takes about one hour drive from Bagan. Mt.Popa is an extinct volcano that is estimated

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Pindaya

About 40 Km north of Aungban is the town of Pindaya , noted for its extensive limestone caves and picturesque Bote-ta-lote lake. Mainly famous for

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Indawgyi

Indawgyi lake is one of biggest inland lakes in Southeast Asia & it’s the largest lake in Myanmar & it’s in the Mohnyin township of

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Pathein

Pathein ( former name, Bassein ) is the capital city of the Ayeyarwaddy Region, Myanmar with 287,071 population by 2014 census record. It is located

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Ava (Innwa)

The name Ava, the most common Western transcription, comes from Awa of former Upper Burmese pronunciation. But, the modern standard Burmese pronunciation is “ Innwa

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Mogok

Mogok is famous for its surrounding natural beauty , and for its brilliant rubies and sapphires. At 1170 meters above sea level , the mountain

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