The county is located in Southeast Asia bordered by five other countries India, Bangladesh, China, Laos and Thailand with coast along the Andaman Sea and border Bay of Bengal , the country has over 800 islands , divided into 21 administrative divisions – 7 regions 7 state.
Perfect winter escape : Old Bagan , Yangon , Mandalay , Inle Lake etc.
About food , here’re example of Myanmar food : Lahpet , Montee , Coconut noodle , Pae Pyoto-Thmin and all the curries things and Mohinga that you could find pretty much everywhere.
The secret beauty , ‘’ Tanakha ’’is sunscreen that make from tree bark and everyone puts it on their faces.
The Old Bagan – Bagan is an ancient city in central Myanmar (formerly Burma), southwest of Mandalay. Standing on the eastern banks of the Ayeyarwady River, it’s known for the Bagan Archaeological Area, where more than 2,000 Buddhist monuments tower over green plains. Holy sites around Old Bagan include ornate Ananda Temple, built in 1091 and topped with a golden stupa. Nearby is the vast 12th-century Dhammayangyi Temple.
Yangon (formerly Rangoon), the largest city is actually Yangon in the South which was the capital for the longest time with international Airport Yangon as well as the largest seaports the Myanmar Port Authority, Yangon is home to bustling markets, numerous parks and lakes, and the towering, gilded Shwedagon Pagoda, which contains Buddhist relics and dates to the 6th century.
Places to visit in Yangon : Shwedagon Pagoda , Sule Pagoda , Bogyoke Aung San Market , Chauk-htat-gyi Buddha Temple and Kandawgyi Lake
Mandalay – the second largest city which was also the last royal capital and the second busiest airport , the vast majority of people live along the Irrawaddy River and River Delta that flows into the ocean to the south where Yangon is.
Inle Lake , the inle Lake region is one of the popular’s destinations for now , pucute ar vast , serence lake – 13.5 mikes long and 7 miles wide – fringed by marshes and floating gardens, where stilt-house villages and Buddhist temples rise above the water, and Intha fisher folk propel their boats along via their unique technique of leg-rowing. Surrounding the lake are hills that are home to myriad minorities: Shan, Pa-O, Taung Yo, Danu, Kayah and Danaw, who descend from their villages for markets that hopscotch around the towns of the region on a five-day cycle.