Myanmar attractions

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A stunning country, Myanmar, you must see this place on Earth! Here are several top attractions in Myanmar. Shwenandaw Monastery is an historic Buddhist monastery in the city of Mandalay. Known as the Golden Palace, this important building is located in central Myanmar. It was originally part of the Mandalay Palace complex as the royal apartment of a king, but his son moved it outside the palace after his death believing it was haunted by the king’s spirit. It later became a monastery. At one time, the building was covered in gold but the gold is mostly inside now. The exterior is covered with ornate teak carvings representing Buddhist myths. Ornate carvings made from other materials such as stone can be found throughout the structure.

Putao has been seen as the gateway to climb the mountain ranges of Himalayas for a long time. This is a very familiar place with those people wants to try at climbing in Myanmar tourism. This area has the richest biological diversity in the world, with an average of 30 to 40 new species of flora and faunas discovered each year. Therefore, if you are adventurous, Putao is an ideal choice for you to fall in line. There is nothing better than the experience exploring forests, mountains, river rafting, and massage and then enjoy a delicious cocktail after a long day.

Whether you are looking for a peaceful and tranquil holiday vacation or you want to make it adventurous, One of the best tour operators in Myanmar( ANJ Travel and Tour ) has a boutique of tour packages to cater to your varied needs. For your holiday trips, we also offer some interesting activities such as cruises, sea diving, snorkelling, trekking and exotic local cuisines. Come to Myanmar and explore the last hidden gems of Southeast Asia with your loved one. Extra informations at Myanmar Travel Website!

Naypyidaw isn’t exactly one of the must see attractions in Myanmar, but it should be on your list of places to see if you have the time. The modern capital is unique and very different to any other major city in the world. It’s a fully built city with good roads, infrastructure, and everything else you would expect a modern city to have. Apart from one small thing that’s missing: the people. Hardly anyone lives there and the roads and streets are practically deserted. Under the military regime, the new city was constructed in clandestine circumstances. Then suddenly, in 2005, it was announced to be the new capital. All the government was subsequently moved from the old capital in Yangon to Naypyidaw. Attractions include seeing the giant parliament building, spending a few hours in the zoological gardens, and an empty 20 lane highway.