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Things to do in Myanmar

Lake Inle Tour + Shwe InDein Pagodas for a Day

Take the Lake Inle Tour if you had a day to explore it. It’s one of the unique travel experiences you are gonna have in Southeast Asia. Lake Inle is Myanmar’s “WaterWorld.” Here, you’ll see how people survive to live in/surrounded by water. It is a glimpse of the resiliency

Maha Wizaya Pagoda at Night is Magically Golden

Maha Wizaya Pagoda at night is magically golden. It really looks like that of a palace that you heard about or read in books about the Far East. I never planned to come here – it was just an accidental discovery. On my second night at Yangon, I walked from

Nga Htat Gyi Temple – A Seated Buddha Awaits You

At Nga Htat Gyi Temple, a colossal statue of a seated Buddha awaits you. Only a few people visit this Buddhist temple which I think you should never miss. Though the pagoda is a bit far from downtown Yangon, it is reachable via Grab taxi. Nga Htat Gyi Pagoda is

Maing Thauk Village and its Stilt Houses at Lake Inle

Visiting Maing Thauk village and its stilt houses is one of the tourist attractions we did on our one-day tour at Lake Inle in the Northern part of Myanmar. The floating village is one of the tour stops we chose from the list. So, if you want to see these

Shwe Indein Pagodas – The Ruins You Have to See Now

Shwe Indein Pagodas are the ruins that you have to see now. Why? Because new pagodas keep building up around the old ones and it’s not a good thing. Sooner or later, you can’t anymore see which ones are old and which ones are new. Fortunately, there were only a

Sunrise in Bagan – One You Must Witness

Sunrise in Bagan is one you must witness as a traveler in Myanmar. I’m pretty sure you have seen the picture-perfect postcard of its morning scenery. However, witnessing it will give you joy, exhilaration, and goosebumps, even! It’s an indescribable feeling, really! A whole new world – you’d say!? 😉

Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon is Pure Bliss in the Morning

Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon is pure bliss in the morning. Its serenity and the murmuring whispers of prayers are calming to the soul. At least that’s how I felt because I arrived there at 4:15 in the morning – earlier than most Buddhist worshippers. And way too earlier than most
KEEP CALM and WANDER