Travel to Myanmar 

On the Road

Yangon is a city of distinct cultures and architecture, filled with red-robed monks, gleaming pagodas and grand historical buildings
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Bagan, with over 2,000 ancient pagodas and temples, is undeniably one of the world’s greatest archaeological sites
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A picturesque lake, located in the heart of Shan State and ringed by salient mountains, is one of the most charming places in Myanmar
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Mandalay plays a key role as the country’s cultural and religious centre with over half of all Burmese monks living in its surroundings
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Mrauk U is a former capital of the ancient powerful Kingdom of Arakan that ruled over the surrounding area from 15th to 18th centuries
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Pyin Oo Lwin, the former British hill station renowned for its cooler temperatures, lush greenery and a British feel
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Kalaw, a former British hill station is an area perfect for treks where you can discover numerous minorities living around the lake
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Hpa-An, surrounded by limestone mountains filled with caves, will give you a rare insight into the cultures of Karen minoriy
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The first capital of British Burma offers a unique combination of landscape, charm and history
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Top Beaches

Ngapali Beach with its turquoise water, white sand and unspoiled stretch of coastline is hailed as one of the world’s most stunning beaches
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Myeik (Mergui) Archipelago, made up of more than 800 islands is a pristine tropical paradise and one of Myanmar’s most precious wonders
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Excursions

One of the most sacred places in the country, Golden rock is said to be held in place by a single strand of Buddha’s hair
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Mount Popa, an extinct volcano, has played a significant role in Myanmar’s culture, religion and history for over 700 years
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Pindaya is a tranquil town with the impressive Shwe Oo Min Cave filled with thousands upon thousands of glossy Buddha statues
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Must-Do Activities

Enjoy a remarkable bird’s eye view over one of the world’s most highly acclaimed ballooning spots
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The country provides some of the world’s best trekking trails filled with scenic landscapes and local hill tribe villages
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With over 8,000 km of navigable rivers, Myanmar offers some of Asia’s greatest cruise journeys
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About Myanmar

Travelling to restricted areas is a once in a lifetime experience and requires a government travel permit
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Myanmar encompasses diverse climatic zones and landscapes and new species are being discovered each year by researchers
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Art

A unique and diverse culture of over 130 distinct ethnic groups is one of main reasons why travllers are hurrying to explore Myanmar
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A hilly region that covers borders of Myanmar, Laos and Thailand was historically famous as the largest opium producing area in the world
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Travel Tips

Myanmar continues to amaze us with numerous activities to charm both first-time and returning travellers
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Myanmar's currency is the kyat. Dollars are the easiest overseas notes to exchange, although you should also be able to change other major currencies
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Your holiday can be customized the very way you want it to be, down to the smallest detail around your taste and needs
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All foreign nationals (bar a few ASEAN countries) require a visa to visit Myanmar, to be applied by the government e-visa system online
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