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8 Myanmar (Burma) travel tips
8 Myanmar (Burma) travel tips Travelling to Myanmar (previously Burma) is like stepping into a different world, filled with spirituality and adventure. Long isolated from the world, Myanmar is finally opening up. With heartwarming people, breath-taking landscapes, and some of the most impressive ancient temples in Asia, Myanmar is the perfect destination for those after an authentic escapade, off the beaten path. Follow our top Myanmar travel tips to make...
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Culinary Odyssey
Ma Aye Shwe, known as the Fatty Lady, in the kitchen of her five-table restaurant in the Burmese village of Ohnoma. Credit Nelson Ching for The New York Times A Culinary Odyssey,on a Path Blazed by Orwell- The New York Times by JANE PERLEZ MARCH 11, 2007 GEORGE ORWELL, who memorably sketched the stark existence of living on bread and thin soup in Paris in the 1930s, hardly seems like...
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Myanmar amazing food
Myanmar amazing food With 136 different nations; with different cuisine its no wonder the food in Myanmar is simply AMAZING. From colonial tearooms to street-side noodle shops, start off with a food trail down the lively streets of Yangon. You could begin with the ‘national’ dish of Mohinga, a delicious rice noodle fish broth served with boiled eggs, fried fish cake and fritters! For a refreshing change, you could also...
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Myeik Archipelago diary
Myeik Archipelago diary We found the idea of a four-day cruise in the warm, sunny and isolated Myeik Archipelago – visited by so few tourists – immediately appealing, and put it at the top of our list of things to do on our four-week stay in Myanmar. Only a limited number of authorized cruises have access to the archipelago, and to get there you need to go via Kawthaung, right...
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Magical Bagan
Magical Bagan – Gili Bagan is a dream and my hands down favorite place that I visited anywhere. You can keep your Ankor Wats, Great Walls of China and Borobadours, this place is pure magic and like nothing you will ever see again. I could have easily stayed another week on top of the 5 days I spent exploring the Pagoda-dotted city. Finding a Pagoda or Temple with a view...
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