Top destination in Myanmar you should explore

Top destination in Myanmar you should explore

Sunset in Bagan
Pick up the sunrise in Bagan, visit the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, see the fishermen in Inle Lake, sunbathe on Ngapali Beach … are the experience visitors should try when visiting Myanmar.
Watching the sunset in Bagan
Referring to Myanmar, visitors will think of Bagan, the capital of the first dynasty, built by King Anawrahta in 1044. Bagan has over 2,000 temples and stupas extending over an area of 42 square kilometers East Ayeyarwaddy River. These works were built from the 9th to 13th centuries with elaborate sculptures detailing the typical Burmese culture. Explore Day trip from Bagan to watch sunset now
Sunset in Bagan

Sunset in Bagan

Explore Yangon city

Myanmar’s largest city is quite modern but retains the classic, traditional. Come here, visitors should visit Bogyoke Aung San Market, Shwedagon Pagoda, and enjoy sidewalk food. Yangon is the gateway to Myanmar, with direct flights to major Asian cities.
Yangon

Yangon

Mandalay

It is the last capital of Myanmar, located 700 km north of Yangon, between the Ayeyarwaddy River and the Shan Plateau. Mandalay is considered to be Burma’s cultural center, a city of craftsmen and a bustling commercial center. In addition to the royal palace and religious buildings, visitors can visit Amarapura, Mingun, Inwa and Sagaing from Mandalay. See more: Indochina tours
Inle Lake
Located at an altitude of 880 m, this shallow lake has unique ecosystems and communities. The image of traditional fishing fishermen has become popular throughout the world. The best time to come here is in September, October when Hpaung Daw U and Thadingyug are celebrated.
Inle lake

Inle lake

Popa Mountain and Taung Kalat Monastery: Located near Bagan in central Myanmar, Popa is a closed volcano with a height of over 1,500 meters above sea level. Nearby, Taung Kalat Monastery on a lava canyon also attracts visitors. Visitors will walk barefoot on 700 steps to admire temples and monasteries.
It is an important archeological town, with thick walls to protect temples from strong winds. Visitors can visit many stone temples scattered throughout the area. To get there, you can take a boat ride along the Kaladan River. You should bring raincoats with rainfall of up to 1200 mm Mrauk U per year.

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