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Mawlamyine (Moulmein)

 

Mawlamyine formerly Moulmein is the capital and largest city in Mon State, Myanmar. The city sits on the coast of Taninthayi. It is the third-largest city in Myanmar, with a population of 300000. The population is estimated as 75% ethnic Mon, with minorities of Myanmar, Kayin, Indian and Chinese. During colonial times, Mawlamyine: an area of the city was known as “Little England” due to the large Anglo-Burmese community, many of them engaged in the running of rubber plantations. About 34 km from Mawlamyine is Thanbyuzayat, an Allied War Memorial Cemetery for the prisoners of war during the Second World War, who lost their lives in the construction of the famous Death Railway across the River Kwai.

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Kyaikhtiyo (Golden Rock)

An enchanting journey to the land of fantasy. Kyaikhtiyo Pagoda known as Golden Rock is in the area of ancient kingdom of "Suvannabhumi" meaning the golden land. The rock top stupa built on the surprisingly balanced boulder is one of the major pilgrimage site of locals and perfect site trip for foreign visitors. It is about 6 hrs drive from Yangon to base camp Kin Pun. To reach the pagoda from Kin Pun, a steep 11 km road leads to the upper staging point. The upper area must be travelled by foot and the walk is approximately 4 km (1 hour) up to the Golden Rock.

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Bagan

bagan-02bagan-01One of the most remarkable sights in Southeast Asia, Bagan has inspired visitors to Myanmar for nearly 1000 years. The kingdom of Bagan took root in the 8th century but only rose to glory as capital of the First Kingdom of Myanmar in the early 11th century. Ancient chronicles say that there were once 4446 temples over its wide plains but today only 2230 remain, as recorded by UNESCO in 1988.

Imagine floating over thousand years old pagodas and the mighty Ayeyar-waddy River, as the sun sinks slowly behind the distant mountains. Sunrise and Sunset champagne flights take off daily from October through to the end of March. The balloon is insured for US $ 2,000,000, third party and the passenger liability. Flight last between 45 minutes to one hour.

Inle Lake/Tranquil Sea In The Mountains

Inle Lake lies in the cool, green hills of Shan State, an area of outstanding natural beauty and cultural diversity. For centuries the Intha have developed their own unique lifestyle based around this beautiful body of water. They live in stilted houses built on the lake and even grow their vegetables on floating gardens that are secured to the lake bottom with bamboo stakes. Skilled boatmen and fishermen, the Intha are famous for their unique style of rowing in which they stand on one leg while using the other leg to push the oar through the water.

Inle Lake lies in the cool, green hills of Shan State, an area of outstanding natural beauty and cultural diversity. For centuries the Intha have developed their own unique lifestyle based around this beautiful body of water.

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Mandalay

mandalay-02mandalay-01With its royal palace and impressive moat sitting at the foot of a high, pagoda-topped hill, Mandalay still evokes images of a romantic, bygone era. It remains the principal cultural and economic city of upper Myanmar. Located on the banks of the Ayeyarwady River, Mandalay also lies within easy striking distance of former colonial hill stations, ancient cities and other cultural attractions.

As the last seat of the Myanmar kings, Mandalay left a bittersweet legacy to the people. King Mindon of the Konbaung Dynasty, who reigned from 1853 to 1878, created this capital out of the wild woodlands at the foot of Mandalay Hill. King Mindon was a deeply religious monarch who made Mandalay and the neighbouring town of Sagaing important centres of Buddhism, with many great pagodas and hundreds of beautiful monasteries and nunneries.

Bago/Honsawade

Have a glimpse of gilded past Myanmar Honsawade Kingdom (15th century) and the Shwemawdaw Pagoda built over 2000 years ago, the 55 meters long and 16 meters high Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha, Kalyani Sima (Ordination Hall), Kambawzathardi Palace, 28 meter high huge Buddha Image of Kyaikpun Pagoda and many other interesting places.

It is located only 80 km from Yangon

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Yangon

Enjoy Glorious sights of Royal Lake with Karaweik Hall, the 2580 years old magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the wonders of the world and many other exotic sights of Yangon, the Garden City of the East. Have a pleasant boat ride in the Royal Lake and a walk on the Inya Lake bun with lush greenery and cool breeze, an ideal for nature walk.

Visit Kaba Aye (World Peace) Pagoda, Maha Pasana Cave, Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda, Sule Pagoda, Botataung Pagoda, Mei-lamu Pagoda, National Museum, War Cemetery of Common Wealth and Allied forces (1939-45) which is also a horticulture show, covering 3.5 acres of land and Bogyoke Aung San Park.

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