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Shwedagon Pagoda
Shwedagon, world wonder magnificent gold encrusted pagoda, is the most spectacular of science attraction of Myanmar. It was built over 2,500 years ago and enshrining the sacred relics. It is very famous for its amazing architecture, Myanmar arts & crafts.

Easten Myanmar
Inle Lake
Inlay lake is most famous scenic spot in the Shan State. It's studded with floating islands formed by the growth and decay of vegetation. The lake is about 900 meters above sea-level.

Western Myanmar
Mahamuni Paya (Rakhine State)
The Mahamuni Paya, 40 km north of Mrauk U and about 10 km east of the farm town of Kyauktaw, sits at the old Dhanyawady city site.
This buddha image is the orginal site for Madalay's famous Mahamuni Buddha, a huge and very old bronze image. Rakhine kings believed provided supernatural protection for their sucessive Kingdoms.
The visitor can reach the town of Mahamuni by taking a boat to Kyautaw (four hours from Mrauk U) and from there catching a pick-up east to Mahamuni.
It's quicker to go to Kyauktaw by road from Maruk U (50 km about 3 hours) but it involves a vehicle charter.

Southern Myanmar
Mergui Archipelago
(Myeik,Tanintharyi Division)

The immense Archipelago area is approxitmately 3,600 sq Kilometers (14,000 sq miles) wide and included nearly 800 islands. Diving is still in infancy the entire region. The archipelago was opened for tourism in 1997 yet much of the area remains unexplored.
Salon (or) Moken people called "sea gypsies" live abundantly in this area. The Salon festival 2004 was celebrated, the visitors enjoyed their life styles of Moken tribes.

Mandaly Region
Ancient City (or) Bagan
Bagan is one of the richest archaeological sites in Asia. Known as the city of 4 million pagodas, Bagan Dynasty founded by King Anawrahta in 1044 A.D.



Nothern Myanmar
Manaw Festival
(Kachin State)

Northern Myanmar is a magical Kingdom. The Majoi Manaw Festival is at Myitkyina at the confluence of the Makha and the Malihka rivers. The Kachins are celebrations the Major Manaw, a reunion of all Kachin tribes.
This Manaw celebrations had not been held for more than three decades and now every Kachin had congregated here. The traditional Manaw poles, decorated in Kachin motifs are in the center of Manaw ground. Sounds of brass gongs are heard a line of dancers approachs the Manaw ples. It is a show of gratitude to their ancestral spirits and their wish for a bright future. Flying to Puto, the next day, can be greeted with a magnificent sight.
U Bein Bridge
(Amarapura )

It can be reached near a town called Amarapura about 11km to the south of Mandalay, 20 minute's drive by car; capital of Konbaung Dynasty in the region of King Bodawpaya.

U Bein Bridge is across over the Taungthaman Lake, made of very old teak; it seems a very unique and beauteous thing of our wonderful country. And also, it was built of ancient architectural style since Myanmar King era.


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