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Yangon (Rangoon) is the former capital of Myanmar with over 5 million inhabitants. The city is lined by the Yangon River in the West and the Bago River in the South. The colonial city otherwise known as South East Asia, Garden City

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Mandalay was the last royal capital of the Burmese kingdom, before the British colonial era. Mandalay is considered the country as cultural heartland and acts as an important trade centre

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The main tourist destination in Myanmar is Bagan. capital of the first Myanmar Empire; one of the richest archaeological sites in South-east Asia. Situated on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River. The Magic of Bagan has inspired visitors to Myanmar for nearly 1000 years. Bagan covers an area of containing over 2000 well-preserved pagodas and temples of the 11th-13th century.

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Kyaiktiyo is one of the most interesting and the third most sacred Buddhist shrine in Myanmar behind Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon and the Mahamuni Buddha in Mandalay. About 20 km from the little town of Kyaikhto, which is midway between Bago and Thaton, the Golden Rock, a boulder covered in gold

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One of Myanmar’s spectacular sight, Inle Lake is surrounded by the green mountain ranges and overlooks the misty Shan Mountains at 900 metres above sea level. It is the home of the Intha people, who have adapted their environment by building entire villages rising on stilts from the shallow waters.

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Mogok, known as Gems City, is some 115 km north-east of Mandalay. Myanmar rubies, sapphires and emeralds and other precious stones are mined in Mogok area. Only packaged tours are allowed to visit Mogok with special prior permission.

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