Top 9 Stunning Sceneries for Travelling to Myanmar
Inle Lake is about 11 km wide, stretches 22km from north to south and lies at an altitude of 875 meters above the sea level. When travelling on the lake you will experience many levels of emotion as going through floating houses, boats, fishermen with traditional longyi rowing by one foot amongst the immense space of water.
Ubein Bridge in the old village of Amarapura is the longest teak bridge in the world (1.2km). The wooden 200- year – old bridge that spans over the river is the way home of the villagers and the pilgrimage way of monks with long robes… Sunset at the U Bein Bridge is so brilliant and impressive that any visitor will remember forever.
Climbing up the top of Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (also known as the Golden Rock) and enjoy the stunning views from the top of the mountain is also a new experience. Golden Rock is famous for its uncertainty and gold plated surface.
Built over 2,500 years ago, Shwedagon Pagoda is known as a place to keep 8 hairpieces of the Buddha. The main tower of the temple is 98 meter high and is covered by more than 30 tons of gold and hundreds of diamonds. Traveling to the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon at any time of the day, you will be overwhelmed by the yellow color.
With over 2000 pagodas remaining until these days in Bagan, you have numerous chances to explore. These pagodas are close together, so you can visit by walking, cycling, taking a bus, taking tuk tuk or travelling by balloon.
Some recommended pagodas to visit are Dhammayangyi Temple and Thatbyinnyu Temple
The ancient city of Mrauk U
This is the second largest center of temple in Myanmar. Visiting this place, you will admire temples built with bricks and stone from the 15th century, nestled in the hills and small villages. Especially, you will feel like this place is a land of myth because of the haze that covers the city in the morning.
Ngapali is the most visited beach in Myanmar, which it is considered the most beautiful tropical beach on the Bay of Bengal with white sandy beaches and lovely hostels around.
Putao has long been seen as the gateway of Himalay. It is a familiar place of tourists who want to try climbing. This area is one of the places with the most biodiversity in the world, with an average of about 30 to 40 new flora and fauna discovered each year.
Inwa is pretty small village nestled on the banks of the Ayeyarwady River. This historic village is a famous tourist destination with many legacies such as Bagaya Kyaung monastery or Nanmyin leaning tower of 27m high …
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