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April 2013
Burmese food
Burmese food suffers from a bad rap – a rather unjustified bad rap in our opinion. While Burmese food can be somewhat oily, and lacks the diversity and firy spicing of cuisine in neighbouring Thailand, with a bit of advice and background knowledge we’re confident you’ll return from Myanmar having savoured some truly tasty and...
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Burma Monk
Touring Burma’s temples and villages, Teresa Machan finds the country’s inherent charm a big draw for visitors. As I cycled across the plain of Bagan towards temple number 473, I was reminded of one of two reasons why, in the past, I had not been immediately drawn to Burma. Travellers on Asia’s overland trail call...
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Myanmar
Burma received a record number of tourists last year, with more than a million visitors flocking to see a country many once considered off limits. The figure, taken from recently published statistics for the country, is a large rise when compared to the 816,000 travellers who visited in 2011. The data also shows a significant...
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Myanmar was previously referred to as Burma. Currently, its capital is Naypyidaw and would be the seat of political power. The biggest city in Myanmar is Yangon, this was also the previous funds of Myanmar. Myanmar has been in international news for its military government’s suppression of its population. This nonetheless is purely an internal...
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Mandalay - Huong Viet Travel
Whether or not to travel to Myanmar (Burma) remains a difficult question. The country is ruled by the longest-lasting military dictatorship in the world and economic sanctions have been in place against it for decades. For many years, the democratic opposition – led by Aung San Suu Kyi – said it was unethical for travellers...
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