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Myanmar In 7 Days: A Definitive Week-long Itinerary For The Golden Land

Credits: Patrick M. LoeffWhenever one ponders over travelling to a Southeast Asian country, there...

Tripoto
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Backpacking & Roadtripping across Myanmar

Myanmar has recently opened itself to tourism and the curiosity about this unexplored destination...

Anirudh Gupta
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A Guide to Exploring Myanmar in 2 Weeks

Myanmar is not for tourists. It is for travelers. This second largest country of South East Asia ...

Magdalene
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Backpacking South East Asia: Untouched Myanmar

Sometimes the easiest way to define something is by way of contrast. As we walked the long bridge...

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Myanmar: Paung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival - Inle Lake - Can Travel Will Travel

Myanmar (Burma) is known by some as "The Land of Festivals". It boasts over forty festivals acr...

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The Best of Myanmar

Yangon - Mandalay - Inwa - Amarapura - Bagan - Mt Popa - Inle Lake - Ngapali Beach - Yangon Ge...

Juan Gallardo

Pa-an
This was one of our very last minute picks. And our best decision all trip. While looking for a place to break journey between Myawaddy and Yangon, I read about the small town of Hpa-An that most claimed had an easy, countryside charm that was difficult to articulate. Having spent just two days there, we came away with an uneasy feeling that though this was our first stop, it couldn't be topped. We couldn't have been more right. Hpa-An is a tiny town in Southern Myanmar that hardly wishes to compete with the big four in tourism in the country -- Bagan, Inle Lake, Mandalay and Yangon -- in that it has no particular spectacle that is its showpiece. What it lacks in a showstopper it more than makes up for in its vibe however. As soon as you step out of the town, the surrounding countryside is awash in refreshing paddy hues and some truly amazing caves, pagodas and water bodies. And the complete lack of tourists make sure you have all the time in the world to just stand there and take it all in without the slightest hint of urgency.

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