Maha Wizaya Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar.

Myanmar - Travel and Touring Guides.

These tourist guides cover several popular locations to visit in Myanmar such as Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan and Inle Lake (near Nyaung Shwe and Heho).

The country is inceasingly easy to visit and one of the first things you will notice when you arrive there is just how friendly everybody seems to be. There are still some parts of Myanmar which are pretty much off limits to overseas tourists however the above mentioned locations have a great deal to offer visitors. For a start if you happen to like looking at pagodas and temples it would be hard to imagine anywhere else in the world where you will find such concentrations of them as in Myanmar - especially around Bagan. Perhaps one of the main problems about visiting Myanmar is that having finished your tour you pretty much immediately think about going back again.
The following are our topics about touring and sightseeing in Myanmar.
Bagan, Old Bagan and Nyaung U.
Inle Lake and Nyaung Shwe - including a couple of nice bike rides.
Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (The Golden Rock).
Mandalay and area i.e. Amarapura, Sagaing and Inwa.
Pyay.
Yangon.
Below are our items on Countries which are fairly easily reached from Myanmar if on an extended Far East Tour. Note that international destinations in and out of Yangon (and Mandalay) are improving and being added too all the time so it's always worth checking. A good up to the minute way of finding out who flys where (both for internal and external flights) is to google search for instance "Yangon live flight arrivals" and you can see everything around. (flightstats.com are pretty good)
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