You shall find Myanmar to be the most religious Buddhist country in the world where foreigners love to travel around to experience the most authentic, unspoilt and not yet too commercialized surroundings which is incomparable with traveling in other countries of South-East Asia. To many travelers, Myanmar remains a mysterious place of undiscovered treasures, where there are many scenes of ancient Asia that has been preserved in its originalities, due to Myanmar’s self-imposed isolation for decades. Gradually opening to tourism Myanmar takes pride in its abundant supply of traveler’s choice such as, archaeological treasures of ancient temples, historical sites, cultural heritages, biosphere nature reserves, pollution-free natural surroundings and unspoiled stretches of white sand beaches to mythical caves and picture perfect sunsets. Above all, the sincerity of Myanmar people to go to almost any lengths to make you feel welcome shall surely give you an unforgettable experience.
No visit to Myanmar is complete without a trip to Yangon’s Shwedagon Pagoda, a 2,500-years old Buddhist Shrine, considered one of the seven wonders of the religious world. The Magic of Bagan’s archaeological ruins, the floating markets, the Shan leg rowers and the lifestyles of the Inthars at Inle Lake, cultural heritage from the ancient Myanmar Kingdoms at Mandalay are also some of the main tourist attractions in Myanmar. Browse our website to get an overview of the top tourist attractions in Myanmar.
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