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Myanmar (Burma)

Myanmar (Burma)

Largest city:Yangon (formerly known as Rangoon)
Currency:Kyat (MMK)
Time Zone:(UTC+06:30)
Calling Code:+95
Languages:The official language is Burmese
Highest Point:Hkakabo Razi 5,881 metres
Ethnic Groups:Burman 68%, Shan, Karen, Rakhine, Chinese, Indian, Mon and more
Religions:Buddhist 87.9%, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Animist and other
Border with:Thailand, China, Laos, India and Bangladesh

Myanmar (Burma)

National Parks in Myanmar

Khakaborazi National Park in Kachin State, Lampi Island Marine National Park in the Mergui Archipelago, Mount Victoria National Park in Chin State, Tanintharyi National Park in the Tanintharyi Region, Hlawga National Park in northern Yangon Region, Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park in Sagaing Region, Upper Myanmar, Popa Mountain National Park in Mandalay Region, Lenya National Park in Tanintharyi Region, 176,638 hectares, Loimwe National Park in Eastern Shan State

Beaches in Myanmar

Ngapali Beach, Rakhine State, Ngwe Saung Beach, Ayeyarwady Region (Silver Beach), Chaung Tha Beach, Ayeyarwady Division, Kanthaya Beach, Rakhine State, Beaches in Myeik (Mergui) Archipelago

Festivals in Myanmar

Thadingyut Festival, the Lighting Festival of Myanmar, The Taunggyi Fire Balloon Festival, Ahka New Year Festival, ethnic culture in the mountains, Mahamuni Pagoda Festival in Mandalay), Ananda Temple Festival in Bagan, Shwezigon Pagoda Festival, Kakku Pagoda Festival in Shan State, Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival in Inle Lake, Manuha Pagoda Festival, Thingyan Water Festival, Pindaya Cave Festival, Kason Fullmon Day (Watering of the Sacred Bo Three Festival), Popa Ceremony (Nat Festival), Mt Popa, Shwedagon Pagoda Festival in Yangon, Taung-Byone Ceremony (Nat Festival) in Taungbyone

Mountains in Myanmar

Hkakabo Razi 5,881 m, Mount Popa 1,518 m, Nat Ma Taung 3,053 m, Mulayit Taung 2,005 m, Mount Saramati 3,826 m, Saka Haphong 1,063 m, Phawngpui 2,157 m, Loi Pangnao 2,563 m, Loi Leng 2,673 m, Nattaung 2,623 m, Myinmoletkat Taung 2,072 m, Bumhpa Bum 3,411 m

Waterfalls in Myanmar

Pin Tauk Waterfall in Kengtung, Kyone Htaw Waterfall in Kayin State, Yay Pyan Taung Waterfall in Pyin Oo Lwin, Cascada Nam Hu Nwe Hsipaw Waterfall, Dee Doke Waterfall in Pyin U Lwin Mandalay, Anisakan Falls in Pyin Oo Lwin, Dat Taw Gyaint Waterfall in Pyin U Lwin Mandalay Division, Pwe Kauk Waterfalls (Hampshire Falls) in Pyin Oo Lwin Mandalay Division, Nam Tok Waterfall in Hsipaw Shan State

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Myanmar

Ancient cities of Upper Myanmar: Innwa Amarapura Sagaing Mingun Mandalay, Northern Mountain Forest Complex, Mon cities: Bago Hanthawaddy, Ayeyawady River Corridor, Bagan Archaeological Area and Monuments , Natma Taung National Park, Wooden Monasteries of Konbaung Period: Ohn Don Sala Pakhangyi Pakhannge Legaing Sagu Shwe-Kyaung (Mandalay), Hukaung Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Badah-lin and associated caves, Taninthayi Forest Corridor, Indawgyi Lake Wildlife Sanctuary, Inle Lake, Myauk-U Archaeological Area and Monuments, Myeik Archipelago

Popular Destinations to Visit in Myanmar

Yangon (Rangoon) the old capital, The Temples of Bagan (Pagan), Mount Popa and Popa Taungkalat Monastery, Inle Lake a freshwater lake located in the Nyaungshwe Township of Taunggy, Ngapali Beach in Rakhine State, Mandalay the former royal capital in Northern Myanmar on the Irrawaddy River, Bago in the Yangon Region, Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (Golden Rock) in Mon State, Pindaya Caves in Shan State, Mrauk U an archaeologically important town, Myeik Archipelago (Mergui) in the south coast of Myanmar, Ngwe Saung Beach 48 km west of Pathein, Ayeyarwady Region

Burmese Buddha Statues and Burmese Art History

Mandalay Period Buddha Statues, Toungoo Period & Buddha Statues, Amarapura Period Buddha Statues, Ava – Shan Tai Yai Buddha Statues, Pyu period Buddha Statues, Bagan Pagan Period Buddha Statues, Mon Buddha Statues, Rakhine Buddha Statues

Foods to try in Myanmar

Mohinga Soup, Tea leaf salad, Rice and Burmese Curry, Burmese Biryani, Shan style tofu noodles, Deep-fried stuff, Nangyi thoke, Shan Noodles, Naan Flat bread with Pe Byouk, Shan-style rice

Inle Lake

and the floating gardens

Inle Lake is best known for its unique leg rowers,
stunning floating gardens and villages built on stilts over the lake …

Yangon, Rangoon

the former capital of Myanmar

Myanmar’s golden former capital city. Yangon is a city that has barely changed for more than half a century …

Ancient Bagan (Pagan)

land of 2000 pagodas

Founded in 849 on the dusty banks of the Ayeyarwaddy River, Bagan sprawls across central Myanmar …

Kyaiktiyo Pagoda

(Golden rock) in Mon State

Located southeast of Yangon, Kyaiktiyo or ‘Golden Rock’ Pagoda is one of the most famous and treasured landmarks of Myanmar …

Bago (Pegu)

Ancient Mon Capital

Only two hours drive from Yangon, Bago is a former ancient capital. Sightseeing here includes inspiring temples …


the last royal capital of Burma

Second largest city of the country and the former royal capital of Myanmar.
A city of many sights presenting …

Mount Popa

offers panoramic views of the surrounding area

Often known as Myanmar’s Mt Olympus, Mt Popa is just a short trip from Bagan.
Mt Popa, meaning ‘flower’ in Sanskrit …

Inwa or Ava, mouth of the Lake

Located about 15 km south of Mandalay a popular tourist day-trip destination, formerly known as Ava, was the capital of Burma for nearly 360 years …


Mingun is famous for his incomplete monument stupa, known as Mingun Pahtodawgyi located on the western bank of the river Ayeyarwady River …


and the the Giant Standing Buddha Statue

The city located in Sagaing Region located Northwest of Mandala, it is famous for the Maha Bodhi Ta Htaung is a famous Buddhist region and monastery …


an important Buddhist site

A town in the Shan State of Burma with limestone caves housing more than 5000 Buddha images, one of the most beautiful destinations in Myanmar …

Ngwe Saung Beach

A popular among tourists, is most pleasant beach in Burma, with several beach resorts and local villages …

Ngapali Beach, Myanmar’s premier beach destination

Myanmar’s coastline is a dream come true for worshipers of sun, sea and sand. Kilometers of white un-spoilt white … 

Heho a beautiful small town in Kalaw Township

A beautiful small town, a gateway to tourist places such as Inle Lake. The village grew into a town in the 1920s when the single-line railway line …

Mrauk U an archaeologically important town

With hundreds of impressive temples and pagodas it is Myanmar’s second-most-famous archaeological site and the capital of Mrauk-U Township …

Pyin O Lwin, the colonial hill station

Was formerly known as May Myo, rich with history and Botanical Gardens located in the Shan Highland, some 65 kilometers east of Mandalay …

Kalaw a hill town in the Shan State of Myanmar

Kalaw a famous hill station of Burma stands high on the western edge of the Shan Plateau a peaceful place with many hill tribe villages …

Mergui Archipelago

This untouched archipelago in Southern Myanmar, lies in the Andaman Sea off the western shore of the Malay Peninsula, consists of more than 800 islands …

Golden Triangle (Kyaing Tong)

Near the border of China, this area surrounded by beautiful forests and mountains, beautiful valley and with many colorful ethnic tribes …

Hpa An a Picturesque Town

A picturesque town the capital of Kayin State on the Thanlwin River with breathtaking landscapes, limestone caves and waterway transportation …

Putao, Eastern Himalayas, Trekking Tours Destination

A charming town located in the far north of Myanmar it is the gateway to Himalayan trekking, the principal town in Putao Township …

Mawlamyine and the Win Sein Taw Ya Reclining Buddha

Also known as Moulmein located 300 km southeast of Yangon it is the fourth biggest city in Myanmar, famous for the world’s largest reclining Buddha …

Facts about Myanmar

  • Aung Sang Siu Kee is the popular opposition leader in Myanmar, she won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991.
  • Burmese rubies are the best rubies in the world.
  • Myanmar is famous for Pagodas and Temples found throughout the country, were built during the 12th and 13th centuries.
  • The country’s name was changed from Burma to Myanmar in 1989.
  • The British ruled Burma as part of the British Empire from 1919 until 1937.
  • Burmese Days is a novel by British writer George Orwell, he lived in Burma from 1922 to 1927.
  • Bagan is home to the largest and densest concentration of Buddhist temples, stupas ruins and pagodas in the world.
  • Myanmar is the largest country in mainland Southeast Asia.
  • Laykyun Setkyar is a giant 116m high Buddha in the village of Taung Khatakan one of the top three tallest statues in the world, that stands on a 13.5m high pedestal.