10 destinations in Myanmar can not be ignored

Pick sunrise in Bagan, visit the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, see fishermen at Inle Lake, Ngapali beach sunbathing … the experience, guests should try when to Myanmar.

10 destinations in Myanmar can not be ignored.
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Bagan: Referring to Myanmar, travelers would have thought the ancient capital of Bagan, the city’s first dynasty, was King Anawrahta built in 1044. Bagan has over 2000 temples, stupas spread over an area of 42 km 2 East Coast Ayeyarwaddy River. The structures are built from the 9th century to the 13th century with intricate details sculpture, unique cultural expression of Myanmar. Photo: Roughguides.

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Yangon: Myanmar’s largest city is quite modern, but still kept the classic, traditional. Here, travelers should visit the Bogyoke Aung San, Shwedagon Pagoda, and enjoy sidewalk dining. Yangon is the gateway to Myanmar, with direct routes to major cities in Asia. Photo: Insightguides.

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Mandalay: This is the last capital of Myanmar, located 700 km north of Yangon, between the Ayeyarwaddy River and Shan Plateau. Mandalay is considered the cultural center of Burma, a city of craftsmen and also a bustling trading post. Apart from royal palaces and religious buildings, visitors can come Amarapura, Mingun, Mandalay Inwa and Sagaing from. Photo: Thewanderlustscout.

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Inle Lake: Located at an altitude of 880 m, this shallow lake ecosystems and unique communities. Images of fishermen traditionally has become famous around the world. The best time to come here was in September, October, when Daw U festival and Thadingyug Hpaung be held. Photo: David Lazar.

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Mount Popa Taung Kalat and monastery: Located near Bagan in central Myanmar, Popa is an extinct volcano with a height off than 1,500 m above sea level. Moreover, Taung Kalat monastery located on a lava vents also attract many visitors. Visitors walk barefoot on 700 steps to admire the monuments and monasteries. Photo: Artnaz.

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Gold Stone Temple: The temple sits atop Kyaiktiyo Kyaiktiyo at altitude 3615 m above sea level, in the state of more than 200 km from Yangon Mon. Gilded stupa is located on a large rock seemed about to fall down anytime. In the tower there is a hair of the Buddha. Photo: Investasian.

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Ngapali Beach: The most famous beach Myanmar, Ngapali on the Bay of Bengal, 45 minutes away from Yangon plane. With white sand stretches, blue waters and coconut palms romantic, Ngapali quickly be regarded as one of the beautiful beaches in the world, attracting many tourists. Photo: Augustsociety.

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Mrauk U: This is an important archaeological town, with thick walls to protect the temples from the strong winds. Guests can visit the many stone temples scattered in the region. To get here, visitors can take a boat along the river Kaladan. You should bring a raincoat Mrauk U rainfall of up to 1,200 mm per year. Photo: Luminousjourney.

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Monywa: Located 136 km from Mandalay northwest, Monywa is famous for two giant Buddha statues, caves and temples Thanboda Poewindaung. Photo: Myanmartravel.

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Ngwe bright Beach: Also located in the Bay of Bengal, Ngwe exposure is the longest beach in Southeast Asia (up to 15 km). It is far better, but still retain its beauty and is becoming a tourist destination of international favorites. Image; WOWSlide.

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