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Yangon

Yangon also known as “Rangoon” is a former capital of Myanmar and the commercial capital of Myanmar. It located at lower Myanmar at the convergence of the Yangon and Bago Rivers about 19 miles (30 km) away from the Gulf of Martaban and Its standard time zone is UTC/GMT +6:30 hours. The sprawling city was first fortified by King Alanpaya in 1755 that marked his conquest of Lower Myanmar by changing its name from Dagon to Yangon. The British established Yangon as their capital in 1852 after they won control of Lower Myanmar.
Yangon was built by many beautiful colonial buildings, ...
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Mandalay

Mandalay is the second largest city and the capital of the last Myanmar Kingdom. Mandalay is located in the central dry zone of Burma by the Irrawaddy River and 688 km north of Yangon, 64 meters (210 feet) above sea level. Its standard time zone is UTC/GMT +6:30 hours. Mandalay is the economic hub of Upper Burma and considered the center of Burmese culture. A continuing influx of Chinese immigrants, mostly from Yunnan Province, inn the past twenty years, has reshaped the city’s ethnic makeup and increased its economic dynamism. Despite Naypyidaw’s recent rise, Mandalay remains Upper Burma’s main commercial, ...
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Bagan

Bagan preeminent ancient religious cities in Southeast Asia. The ruins of Bagan city cover an area of 42 sq. km embracing over 2000 ancient pagodas and temples. The enchanting city is located in the tropical zone of the country, on the eastern bank of the Irrawaddy River about 193 kilometers south east of Mandalay. Bagan shows Myanmar architectural heritages from the 11th to mid 14th centuries. For many visitors Bagan is the more extraordinary of the two cities and this because of the view. The ruins of the more than one hundred Angkor temples stand alone and isolated in thick ...
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Innlay

Inle Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes of South East Asia. Lush, green and fertile, remote Inle Lake is a picture of rural tranquility. As it lying 875 km above sea level at Shan State. You can reach there by flight to Heho airport. The lake is nearly 100 km north to South but only 5 km wide and there are more than 200 villages on or around it, surrounding a population of about 150,000 and most is Intha People. Sagar (Sankar) the second lake: you can observe of local rice mill factory, making bullock cart wheels. Pristine ...
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Mrauk-U

Mrauk U, which means "North Far" may seem to be a sleepy village today but not so long ago it was the capital of the Arakan empire where Portuguese, Dutch and French traders rubbed shoulders with the literati of Bengal and Mughal princes on the run. Mrauk U was declared capital of the Arakanese kingdom in 1431. At its peak, Mrauk U controlled half of Bangladesh, modern day Rakhine State (Arakan) and the western part of Lower Burma. As the city grew, many pagodas and temples were built. Several of them remain, and these are the main attraction of Mrauk-U.Food ...
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Beach

Myanmar isn’t a renowned beach destination but idyllic stretches of palm fringed sand hardly come more perfectly formed than that at Ngapali Beach. North of here and there are endless islands and undiscovered beaches but for the moment most remain out of bounds. Once you reach steamy Sittwe you can frolic with the locals on the town beaches and watch the sunset over the Bay of Bengal from the beach and viewpoint a short walk or cycle south of Sittwe. Closer to Yangon, Chaung Tha Beach and Ngwe Saung Beach probably won’t fit everybody’s notion of a picture-postcard deserted beach, ...
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