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  • Yangon

    Yangon is a big and yet not modernized city, with Victorian buildings, tree-lined avenues, lakes and parks and a bustling city centre of friendly vendors, colourful stalls and people going about in their daily chores dressed traditionally in their Longyi and flip-flap sandals. Read More
  • Mandalay

    More than a century has passed since Mandalay lost its status as the last royal capital of Myanmar, but the city remains the hub of Burmese culture. Read More
  • Bagan

    Bagan, the capital of Myanmar’s first dynasty, was built by King Anawrahta in 1044. It is located about 193 km south of Mandalay. There are over 2000 temples and stupas spreading in 42 square kilometers of desert like plain on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River. Read More
  • Inle Lake

    The picturesque hills of southern Shan State supply endless opportunities for exploration,from the stilted ,mid-water villages and monasteries of placid Inle Lake,to the atmospheric Buddha caves at Pindaya,to the professionally managed,European-style wineries at Aythaya and Red Mountain Estate. Read More
  • Nay Pyi Taw

    Like a glittering gem encrusted at the apex of a golden crown.Nay Pyi Taw was established in 2005 as the new capital city in the heartland of Myanmar. Read More
  • Festivals in Myanmar
  • Visa Embassies
  • Travel Tips
  • How We Make Your Itinerary

January (Nadaw/Pyartho)

  • Kachin Manao Festival(Kachin)
  • Ananda Bagoda Festival (Bagan)
  • Naga New Year (Sagaing)

 

 

April (Tabaung/Tagu)

  • Mann Shwesettaw Festival
  • Thinggyan Water Festival(Country wide)
  • Thanakha Grinding Festival(Rakhine)
  • Full Moon Day of Tagu(Country wide)
  • Shwe Maw Daw Pagoda Festival(Bago)
  • Myanmar New Year Festival(Country wide)

March (Dabodwei/Tabaung)

  • Shwe Dagon Pagoda Festival (Yangon)
  • Kakku Pagoda Festival(Inle)
  • Full moon day of Tabaung (Country wide)
  • Shwe Umin Pagoda Festival (Shan State)
  • Sand Pagoda Festival (Country wide)

 

February (Pyatho/Dabodwei)

  • Full moon Day of Dabodwei (Country wide)
  • Htamane Festival(Country wide)
  • Mahamuni Pagoda Festival (Mandalay)
  • Salone Festival(Tanintharyi Region)
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AUSTRALIA(Embassy of Australia)

88, Strand Road, Kyauktada Yangon
Tel: (95-1)251810,251797,251798 Fax:(95-1)246159

 

LAOS(Embassy of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic)

A1, Diplomatic Quarters, Taw Win Rd., Dagon, Yangon.
Tel: (95-1)222482 Fax: 227446
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BRUNEI(Embassy of Brunei Darussalam)

317/319,U Wisara Rd., Sanchaung, Yangon.
Tel: (95-1)526985,524285 Fax: (95-1)512854

 

NEPAL(Embassy of Royal Nepalese)

16, Natmauk Yeiktha Lane, Tamwe, Yangon.
Tel: (95-1) 545880,557168 Fax: (95-1) 549803
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Location

Myanmar is situated in Southeast Asia and is bordered on the north and northeast by China; on the east and southeast Laos and Thailand;on the south by the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal; and on the west by Bangladesh and India.It is located between latitude 09 degree 32’N and 28 degree 31’N and longitudes 92 degree 10’E and 101degree 11’E.

Area

The country covers an area of 677,000square kilometers(261,228 square miles)ranging 936kilometers(581miles)from east to west and 2,051 kilometers(1,275miles)from north to south.

Population :60million (2010census)

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Major sightseeing tour itineraries include a variety of religious and historic monuments, a rich cultural and artistic heritage and beautiful scenery.Not only,the above,we also seek out other attractions,like interesting local markets, festivals,traditional handicrafts and cottage industries,and will serve the opportunity to meet local people in their own enviromment.Also included are opportunies to try regional cuisine and to see typical or traditional forms of entertainment.By including such extra dimensions,we make any visit to Myanmar a richer,more rewarding an memorable experience.

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