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    BURMA - Mandalay

    Locations in Yangon & South

    Burma appeals to those looking for an authentic, old-style Asia. Her people are truly welcoming to tourists and keen to talk after years of isolation. This highly religious and traditional country has some utterly awe-inspiring sights: huge gold-clad Buddhas, glittering Inle Lake where you can see traditional stilted villages, ancient temples toppling into the Irrawaddy at Bagan and one of the longest, most undiscovered coastlines in Asia.

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    Bagan is one of the richest archaeological sites in the world, with some 5,000 monuments scattered over the 26 square mile site along the Irrawaddy riverbanks. The Kings of Bagan...


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    If you are in Hsipaw, you would do the following. After an early breakfast, transfer to the station to take a local train on a scenic ride over the famous...

    Inle Lake

    Lake Inlè is surrounded by the Shan Hills, which on calm days are reflected in the Lake's crystal clear waters. At 13.5 miles long and 7 miles wide, the Lake...


    This former British hill station is located along the western edge of the Shan plateau and provides respite from the heat of the plains of Burma. The surrounding hills provide...


    Rising 3615 ft above sea level, the small golden stupa at Kyaikhtiyo stands on the top of a giant gold-gilded boulder. This Golden Rock is perched on the edge of...


    The name Mandalay conjures up alluring ideas of a serene and peaceful place, being timeless and quintessentially Asian. Unfortunately the 21st century Mandalay is a fast growing, slightly scruffy place...

    Maymyo (Pyin Oo Lwin)

    Pyin Oo Lwin, formally Maymyo (literally May’s town after a colonel), was used by the British in colonial times in order to escape Burma’s oppressive summer heat. With abundant greenery...

    Mrauk U

    Mrauk U lies in the far west of the country, a 40 mile boat ride from Sittwe. It is the country's second most famous archaeological site behind Bagan, and the...

    Ngapali Beach

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    Yangon (Rangoon)

    This former capital was known by its colonial era name Rangoon until 1989 when the ruling military regime changed it back to Yangon, which means 'end of strife'. Even after...