Travelling to Myanmar and discoverring 9 beautiful destinations for your Myanmar tour, you will be surprised by the rusticity, beauty, peace of the “mysterious” country in Southeast Asia.
9 beautiful destinations for your Myanmar tour
Here are 9 extremely attractive destinations that will definitely make your Myanmar tours more enjoyable and memorable.
Inle Lake is about 11km wide, 22km long from North to South. And It is 875 high meters above sea level. When you travel on the lake you will experience many levels of emotions as you pass through floating houses, reverse boats, fishermen with traditional Longyi skirts rowing as artists with a great mid-foot Water wave ….
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U Bein Bridge
The U Bein Bridge in the ancient village of Amarapura. It is the longest teak bridge in the world (1.2km). The 200-year-old wooden bridge across the river is home to the villagers of Amarapura Village – the pilgrimage path of monks wearing long robes. The sunset on the U Bein Bridge is brilliant and impressive. So that any visitors who have been admired will remember forever.
Getting to the top of the Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (also known as the Golden Rock Pagoda) and enjoying the stunning mountain views is also a new experience. The Golden Rock is famous for its gold-framed and uneven surface. Legend has it that, even if only slightly exposed to the surface of the mountain, Golden Rock is still standing due to the hair of Buddha hold it.
Be built over 2,500 years ago, Shwedagon Pagoda has been the home of eight Buddha hairs. The main tower of the temple is 98 m high and covered with over 30 tons of gold and hundreds of diamonds. When you travel from Yangon to Shwedagon Temple at any time of day, you will be overwhelmed by yellow. However, at different times, the yellow color will turn into a different level, which makes this place has a strong attraction to tourists.
With 2,220 temples remaining today (of about 13,000 temples during the peak), you can enjoy the freedom of discovery. The temples in Bagan are located quite close to each other, so you can choose the mode of transportation to choose: walking, bike, bus, tuk tuk or balloon.
Old Town Mrauk U
Old Town Mrauk U is the second largest temple temple in Myanmar. Here you will admire the temples was built of stone from the 15th century left over which is lying in the hills and small villages. In particular you will feel like this is the land of legend, because the fog covers the city in the morning. You can also visit the riverside village for a more adventurous experience.
Ngapali is one of Myanmar’s most visited beaches. It was considered as the most beautiful tropical beach in the Bay of Bengal. Ngapali Beach is famous for the white sands and beautiful surrounding bungalows.
Putao has long been considered as the gateway to climb the Himalayas. It is a place that is very popular with guests who want to try climbing. The area is one of the most biologically diverse places in the world, with an average of 30 to 40 new flora and fauna, discovered each year
Inwa is a small village nestled on the banks of the Ayeyarwady River. This ancient village is a popular tourist destination with many valuable legacies, such as the Bagaya Kyaung Monastery, which is protected by 267 giant teak pillars or 27m high tilted Nanmyin tower … In addition, The traditional old way from hundreds of years of the villagers is also a unique feature that attracts visitors.