Myanmar has its fair share of complexities, but this enchanting Asian nation offers plenty to the open-minded traveller. Traverse the country from the southern reaches of commercial Yangon, to the lush, pagoda-dotted landscape of central Bagan and experience all the country has to offer. While Myanmar is slowly modernising, life here is still bound by tradition; trishaws stacked high with produce trundle down streets, past colonial facades and glassy modern structures in the same stretch.
A trip to Myanmar comes with a list of must-sees and dos: visiting Yangon’s striking Shwedagon Pagoda, canoeing down Inle Lake and watching at least one sunrise in Bagan. During the journey, sample Burmese delicacies like mohinga (noodles in a fish-based broth) and nga htamin (fish rice).
Get up close and personal with the heart and soul of Myanmar, and most importantly, its people The expansive Irrawaddy River is the backbone of Myanmar, and the Delta area is a critical part of the country’s culture, economy, and environment. This rich, fertile area is home to the Myanmar rice industry, along with fish...Read more
Myanmar has a wealth of experiences to offer, including ancient cultures, extraordinary crafts, and incomparable food It would be an understatement to describe Myanmar as a complicated country, but experiencing the warmth and splendour of its people, culture, and stunning landscapes is beyond comparison. The country’s...Read more
Things are looking up for Yangon’s contemporary art culture, which has become a creative backbone for the city While Myanmar may be known for its rich ancient history and culture, today’s most popular pursuits in the old capital are decidedly more modern. The contemporary art scene in Yangon is made of a growing collec...Read more