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Top Tourist Attractions in Myanmar

shwedagon pagoda in Yangon Division

Yangon Division

The most densely populated area with access to international airport and seaport to connect with other countries. It is used to be the capital of commercial and public administration for the whole of Myanmar until the Government decided to move to Naypyidaw till 2006.

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kyaikkami pagoda in Tanintharyi division

Tanintharyi Division

The southern most part of Myanmar, border to Thai at the east and Indian Ocean in the west, look like a leg in Myanmar map is Tanintharyi division. The western part of the region is home to more than 800 islands known as Myeik Archipelago with its indigenous people called sea-gypsie or Salon who spend ..

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Shan State

Inle Lake region, Second largest fresh water lake in Myanmar,located above 1000m\3000 ft above sea level in Southern Shan State,surrounded by mountains at east and west. The lake is famous for its sceneries, local people’s unique way to row their boat by leg and their floating farms.

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Mingun Pahtodawgyi in Sagaing Division

Sagaing Division

Cross Ava brigde over Ayeyarwaddy River, on the western bank facing the Innwa is the Sagaing town. The hills area of the Sagaing is land scape with stupas and the slopes are dotted with monasteries and nunneries. Sagaing was founded since 1322 and served as capital of Myanmar for two kings.

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Rakhine State

Rakhine state is part of the western coastal part of Myanmar. Inside Rakhine, Mrauk U is famous for its 16th century temples and stupas. Most of the religious sites were built by Rakhine Kings during their zenith of power. It rivals the Bagan’s temples and stupas.

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Mon State

The name of the Golden rock-Kyaikhtiyoe is famous all over Myanmar. It is about 170 km distance from Yangon, located near Kyaikhto town of Mon state. People can reach there by car or train. It will take about four or five hours by car and more time is needed for the people who travel by train. And you have to transfer to ..

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Mandalay Division

Mandalay was founded by King Mindon in 1859. It is the second most populated city with over two millions people, located inside Mandalay division. It is not only the administrative city of Mandalay district but also the trading center for the whole country. Built on the eastern bank of Ayeyarwaddy River, it also has …

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Shwe Set Taw Pagoda Magwe Division

Magwe Division

Shwe Set Taw (The Golden Footprints) pagoda is a wildlife reserve of Burma. It is located in Magway Division and it is one of the most venerated pagodas in Myanmar. Actually there are two pagodas: the Auk Set Taw Ya or the Lower and the Ahtet Set Taw Ya, the Upper. The pagoda history tells us that in the 12th year after …

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Bayini Cave Pagoda in Kayin State

Kayin (Karen) State

Hpa-an is located inside the Kayin State and majority of the people living around that region belong to Kayin ethnicity . Before it was founded at 1907 by colonial government, it was just a cluster of 200 houses village. It will takes about seven hours of driving time to reach from Yangon. It is famous for its landscape,

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Ayeyarwaddy Division

Chaungtha is a village and beach resort located in Ayeyarwady Region, Myanmar. Chaungtha Beach, as it is more commonly known, is about 5 hours’ drive away from Yangon, and is a popular resort with Yangonites from October to April. As it is relatively more affordable than the nearby Ngwesaung and Ngapali beaches,

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Shwemawdaw pagoda in Bago

Bago Division

Known by a lot of different names- Hantharwaddy, Orrisa and Pegu- along the history of Myanmar, Bago was used as the seat of power from 14th to 18th century. Often used by Mon Kings as their capital and one time capital of second Myanmar Empire around 16th century. It remained an important town during colonial time ..

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Kachin State

Myitkyina is the capital city of Kachin State in Myanmar (Burma), located 1,480 kilometers (920 mi) from Yangon, and 785 kilometers (488 mi) from Mandalay. In Myanmar it means “near the big river”, and Myitkyina is on the west bank of the Ayeyarwady River meaning elephant river, just below 44.8 kilometers from …

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Kayah State

Kayah State (Karenni State) is a smallest state of Myanmar. Situated in eastern Myanmar, it is bounded on the north by Shan State, on the east by Thailand’s Mae Hong Son Province, and on the south and west by Kayin State. Its capital is Loikaw (also spelt Loi-kaw). The estimated population in 1998 was approximately 207,357, according to UNICEF.

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