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May 2013
burma bagan trees
Discover Burma, a traditional, deeply spiritual society only just opening to the outside world. You’ll visit cities, lakes, hill stations, rivers and temples, you’ll travel by long- tail teak boats, on its slow charming railways and even by horse and cart between thousand year-old pagodas scattered across the serene plains of Pagan. Burma is the...
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seven monks log yangon myanmar-burma
IT’S rare that a country bursts onto the tourism scene with quite as much vigor as Myanmar. After decades of isolation, it is Asia’s newest hot spot, offering richly layered history, spectacular natural beauty and the edginess that comes with a country still in transition. Since the ruling military junta began to loosen its grip...
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inle lake leg rower
In Myanmar/Burma’s Shan State, Inle Lake is an iconic destination – and for good reason. Despite hosting large numbers of tourists, the lake’s rural charms remain authentic and alluring. Intha fisherman row flat-ended canoes with one leg while using both hands to fish, floating gardens burst with tomatoes, beans and other produce and oxcarts packed...
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Myanmar Tours
ONE of the world’s most mysterious destinations has finally opened doors to tourists, and they’ve responded in record numbers. Balloons float over Bagan According to Burma’s tourism authority, there were 816,000 international arrivals in the last year – an increase of 30 per cent on figures from 2011. In the last nine months of 2012,...
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