The landscape of local green lakes, shady parks, and verdant tropical trees. Shwedagon Pagoda which is gold plated makes a mystical beauty.
With 2,220 temples still remaining this native land. The temples are close to each other - with a repertoire of the massive Buddhist temple.
Golden Rock is a totally awesome sight - a pagoda sitting atop a huge boulder that appears as if it’s about to fall off the edge of a cliff.
Built atop an extinct volcano plug, the Buddhist monastery of Taung Kalat. To reach the monastery, you must climb the 777 steps to the summit.
Vast and serene Inle Lake with its considerable natural beauty, the stilt houses of the Intha, the descendants of Mon people from the far southeast.
It was originally thought to be a fortress because of the thick walls, but the walls were made to protect temples from the fierce winds.
Ngapali combines two worlds in this Southeast Asian country. It is Myanmar’s premier resort town, with white sand beaches and luxury hotels.
The Buddhist temple houses four standing Buddhas, each one facing the East, North, West and South. This place is like a museum of Burmese art.
Mandalay Hill is known for its abundance of pagodas and monasteries, and has been a major pilgrimage site for Burmese Buddhists.
Saddan Cave is where tourists can enjoy the magic of light shining from the lake below. Emerging at the cave’s far side, the burst of sunlight reveals.
Putao is the gateway to climb the mountain ranges of Himalayas for a long time. This area has the richest biological diversity in the world.