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10 must-try dishes in Myanmar

10 must-try dishes in Myanmar

Myanmar cuisine is not too abundant and easy to eat but very unique. Myanmar dishes are a combination of Indian and Chinese cuisine, which characterized by spicy dishes and colorful spices. 1. Tea leaf salad Tea leaf salad, locally known as Lahpet Thoke, is perhaps the most famous street food …

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Ngwe Saung Travel tips A – Z

Ngwe Saung

Referring to Myanmar, people immediately think of the great golden temples, but few knows that beaches in Myanmar is also very attractive. In this artcile, we will introduce to you Ngwe Saung beach, a hidden gem of Burma. 1. General presentation Ngwesaung is a beach city located 48 km to …

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Mrauk U simple travel guide

Mrauk-U is an ancient city located in the northern part of Rakhine State in western Myanmar, located on the east side of the Kaladan River and on the north and south. It is a city surrounded by mountains. This guide will introduce you basic suggestion to visit Mrauk U. 1. …

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Myanmar Travel Information – full package 2020

Myanmar Travel Information - full package

Myanmar (Burma) has been the hottest name in the bucket list of world wide travelers in recent years. Undeniably, Myanmar really includes the most amazing values to encourage any travelers: magnificent temples, simply warm people and the most important: this country still have an original beauty without any negative intervention …

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Mandalay, once a golden age

Hsinbyume Pagoda in Mandalay

Mandalay was the last capital of the independent Burmese Kingdom before British colonialists moved the country’s capital to Yangon in the 19th century. Mandalay occupies an important role in Myanmar’s history as well as in travel itineraries with magnificent golden shining pagodas, the serene teak wood monasteries and secluded beauty …

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The Bagan Dream!

Eventually, my Bagan dream has come true, though not quite as I imagined. Thousands of earthy brown stupas appear in the fuzzy layer of dust and dim lights of the sunset are perhaps the most miraculous spectacle a tourist can witness. Under the burning heat of this semi-desert land, the …

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