Yangon Accommodation Belmond Governor’s Residence 35 Taw Win Road, Dagon Township, Yangon; http://www.governorsresidence.com The location is a little out of town but the facilities are wonderful. The three grades of rooms…

Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Inle Lake, Ava (Inwa), Sagaing, Mingun are the major Myanmar tourist attractions. Visitors can cover these superficially on an 8-day Myanmar tour or more leisurely on a…

Mandalay is the country’s second city and a major commercial center. It is also an international gateway and it is the cultural heartland of Myanmar. King Mindon established it as…

Bagan, located on the banks of the Ayeyarwaddy (Irrawaddy) River about 630 km north of Yangon, is Myanmar’s premier tourist attraction because of its 11th and 12th century Buddhist temples,…

Everyone visiting Inle Lake in Myanmar’s hilly north-east has an image in their mind of an Intha fisherman rowing with one leg at the stern of a flat-bottomed canoe, past…

Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar, is green and cool with lush tropical trees, shady parks, and beautiful lakes. As it rapidly develops it has also acquired traffic jams, poverty,…

01. ATM Myths Myth #1: ATMs are as rare as penguins in Myanmar While Myanmar doesn’t offer as much convenience for travelers as more popular tourist destinations like Vietnam or…

01. Mount Popa Just southeast of Bagan, at the base of Mount Popa is a solitary peak topped by golden stupas. The peak, known as the Popa Taung kalat shrine,…

Among the tradition of the people of Myanmar comes their excellent foods and delicate dishes that go far above and beyond the call of duty; if you are looking for…