Yangon



Yangon, the capital, also considered as the Garden City of the East” is the gateway to Myanmar, adorned with idyllic lakes, shady parks and green tropical vegetation, Yangon is at once friendly and welcoming. Yangon is also a growing bustling business centre.


Mandalay



Mandalay was the capital of Konboung Dynasty or the third Myanmar Empire. It is located 668 km north from Yangon. It is also known as the second capital in Central Myanmar since it is the largest city after Yangon. It is a bustling commercial centre and a repository of ancient Myanmar culture. The Old Royal Palace boasts of its finely built palace walls and a beautiful moat surrounding the palace-cum-fortress.Mandalay is a showcase for Myanmar arts and architecture of the 19th century. It is also renowned for stone carvings, tapestries, silk wear, silverware, bronze casting and other traditional arts and crafts.


Bagan



The monuments seem to overwhelm the landscape. There are about 2,000 of them covering an area of 16 square miles on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwady in central Myanmar. They are in different sizes and in a bewildering variety of shapes. They are also in varying stages of preservation and disrepair. Some of them throb with life, visited by devotees, a few have become little more than piles of bricks.


Pyin oo Lwin



Pyin Oo Lwin was formerly known as May Myo. It is a resort town in Mandalay Division in Myanmar, located some 67 kilometers east of Mandalay, and at an altitude of 1070 meters (3510 feet). It was initially a Shan village situated between Naungcho and Mandalay on the Lashio-Mandalay road. Pyin Oo Lwin is also known as ” Pan Myo Daw”, means “The City of Flowers”, for its different species and colorful flowers grown intensively.


Inle Lake



Inle Lake is located in the heart of the Shan Plateau. It is a beautiful highland lake, 900 meters above sea level. The lake is 22km long and 10km across, and inhabited by many different ethnic nationals of the area. The Intha people are the Lake dwellers who are unique for their leg rowing. Leg rowed traditional boats are the main ceremonial attractions of the Inlay Lake.


Pindaya



Pindaya is a town in the Shan State of Burma. It is located in the west of the state in Pindaya Township in Taunggyi District. Mainly famous for its limestone caves called Pindaya Caves where thousands of Buddha images have been consecrated for worship over the centuries, it is also one of the towns that host an itinerant market every fifth day.


Mrauk-U



Mrauk-U was an ancient capital founded by Rakkhine King Minqawmun is 1433. It is situated about 80 km north of Sittay. It is reached by a 5 hour boat trip up the kaladan river from Sittway. It is noted for its fort-like temples and pagodas built of massive stone. Unlike the temples of Bagan, Mrauk-U’s ruins are constructed with stone in a truly unique style rather than traditional bricks. About 8 km north of Mrauk-U is the archaeologicfal site of Wethali., another acient capital of Rakkhine Kingdom dating back to the 4th century.


Ngapali Beach



Ngapali Beach is in Rakhine State, Western Myanmar. You can reached by land or plane. Three local air line(Air Mandalay, Air Bagan and Yangon Airways) provide air services to Thandwe about four miles from Ngapali beach. 16 hours drive with air con buse or normal express car. Ngapali is prime choice for beach lovers dream about ; quite , white sand , the quiet rural surroundings, Rakhine ways of life, local fishing style, etc…


Ngwesaung Beach



Ngwesaung is a beach resort located 48 km west of Pathein, Ayeyarwady Region, Myanmar. The beach is 5 hours’ drive away from the principal city of Yangon, and an airport is in the works. Opened in March 2000,[1] Ngwe Saung is newer than nearby and more popular Chaungtha Beach, and is designed to attract people with larger holiday budgets.


Chaungtha Beach



Chaung Tha beach is a coast town and beach resort in the Irrawaddy region of Myanmar.This beach resort is expanding fast and you can now find many beach side resort hotels along the beach front. Step from your chalet straight onto the beach. Although there are not so many foreign visitors, the number is growing and the hotels are upgrading their facilities to accomodate them.The beach itself is a long expanse of golden sand. Each hotel tries to clean their own beachside daily. Many beach vendors ply their trade but are not pushy. Some carry fresh live seafood and will barbecue it for you upon request. Inflatable rings and dinghys are available to hire.