Villages & Temples for Myanmar Hill Country Discovery

Now is the moment to visit Myanmar ancient Buddhist temples and tribal villages – the must-not-miss destinations when traveling around this country. A Myanmar tour could be the most prodigious memory ever if it includes a 12-day mountain trip. This would be the ideal chance to explore Myanmar unique culture as you will focus on the road less people travel, enjoy the splendid and peaceful natural beauty of Myanmar rural countryside.

Ethnic Village in Myanmar

Ethnic Village in Myanmar

Walking along the forested trails will guide you to a gorgeous landscape, Inle Lake, the second largest freshwater lake in Myanmar. Beautiful scenery and pristine cultural life of residents Inthan living here will definitely be the reason for your willingness to stop and rest when traveling to Myanmar.

Kakku temple in Inle Lake

Kakku temple in Inle Lake

This path will also bring you to Bagan the ancient city situated in the Mandalay Region of Myanmar where could make your Myanmar tour wonderful beyond your wildest dream. There are more than 2,000 pagodas and temples located on the eastern bank of the Irrawaddy in central Myanmar which cover an area of 16 square miles and seem to overwhelm the landscape. Thousands of Buddhist temples can be found here in different sizes and shapes, also in different stages of preservation.

Bagan Temples

Bagan Temples

The next destination of this Myanmar tour is Yangon, the largest city of this country with a population of about 4,082,000 (in 2005). The city locating at the confluence of Yangon and Bago River, away 30 km from the Gulf of Martaban will give you the impressive scenery of colonial buildings; in particular, you could admire the government offices built in colonial time (such as Myanmar Supreme Court, City Hall, Bogyoke Market and the General Hospital) which are being planned reinforcement upgrade.

Sunset over Bago River

Sunset over Bago River

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