Loikaw, A Hidden Gem of Myanmar

Loikaw, A Hidden Gem of Myanmar

Are you curious about somewhere you can discover both nature and ethnic customs being blended harmonically in Myanmar? If you are the one, then, there would be no other place for you than this tranquil colorful town, Loikaw. Residing in the Karen hill area just

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Mawlamyine

Mawlamyine

A city where Rudyard Kipling and George Orwell once made their steps in is a place where one can find the religious aspects of legendary Mon people. This city was once the largest city of British Burma after the first Burma-Anglo War between the years

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Indawgyi Lake

Indawgyi Lake

Indawgyi Lake Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Mohnyin Township in Kachin State, is a biosphere reserve designated by the UNESCO. Indawgyi Lake, the largest freshwater lake of the country, is famed as one of the largest inland lakes in Southeast Asia as well. Comprising an area

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Yangon Circular Train

Yangon Circular Train

Leave the bustling crowds downtown and head for a more authentic people experience. Meet the Circular Train. If there is one fascinating activity to experience the authentic Yangon without its embellishments, blending into not-so-large crowds, it will be a not-so-wild ride on the Circular Train.

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Kason Festival-Witness the Special Customs of Myanmar

Kason Festival-Witness the Special Customs of Myanmar

Myanmar, people celebrate festivals every month according to the Myanmar calendar. All the festivals have each meaning, and people in Myanmar treasure them. All twelve festivals are related to Buddhism and, Kason Bodhi Watering Festival is one of them, as well. Kason is the second

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Yangon, Evening Street Food Walking Tour

Yangon, Evening Street Food Walking Tour

Evening street food walking tour starts with street food vendors near Mahar Bandoola Park at 5 pm. Tofu salad vendors will give you the best taste in town.  After a leisurely stroll through the downtown area, passing through historic and ethnically rich neighborhoods including Little

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Keng Tung, a rewarding trekking destination

Keng Tung, a rewarding trekking destination

Keng Tung is located in Shan State, Eastern Myanmar. A rewarding trekking destination, the town boasts Chinese and colonial architecture in the town and its languages are influenced by Chinese and Thai. China lies a short drive to the north, the Mekong and Lao border

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Thadingyut Festival

Thadingyut Festival

Thadingyut, the seventh month of the Myanmar calendar, roughly coincides with October and it marks the open season after four months of Buddhist Lent.  Thadingyut festival is a commemoration to welcome the Buddha’s descent from the heaven after preaching about the Abhidhama, the most exalted

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Explore History in Sagar – Home to Shan Kingdoms

Explore History in Sagar – Home to Shan Kingdoms

Looking for a combo of pristine nature and colorful culture? Sagar Village to the south of Inle Lake one such destination, having become a must-visit place for visitors to the lake lately. Lying on the bank of the Balu Chaung, Sagar stands where a town

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Past and Present Crossroads in Historic Indein

Past and Present Crossroads in Historic Indein

Is your travel bug still bugging you after Inle Lake in Shan State? Head for the Village of Indein to the west of the lake, well known for its two groups of ancient pagodas (Nyaung Ohk pagoda & Shwe Inn Thein pagoda) where you can

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