Myanmar Travel Guide
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Plan Your Myanmar Vacation
Myanmar (Burma) is amazing. This country of 60 million is rapidly emerging from more than 50 years of military dictatorship, blossoming into as worthy a stop as its popular neighbors. The people are more than friendly; they're thrilled to have tourists after being closed off to the West for so long. And it's safe; you won't constantly need to feel for your purse or hold your jewelry tightly.
Because demand far outweighs supply, hotels in Myanmar are significantly more expensive than in neighboring Thailand. Yangon has the biggest concentration...read more
While Burmese homestyle cooking, drawing influence from its neighbors Thailand and India, is the most prevalent cuisine, Myanmar has quite a good variety...read more
Things To Do in Myanmar
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
Explore pagodas: Slip off your shoes and stare slack-jawed at Bagan's staggering spread of 2,000-plus 11th- and 12th-century pagodas.... Read more
Burmese cuisine is heavily influenced by its neighbors Thailand, China, and India. Steamed rice is always served along with some half-dozen small... Read more
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My husband and I spent 9 days in Myanmar this past December. Read more
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