Sharing a common border with India, Bangladesh, Laos, China and Thailand, Myanmar is about the size France and England together, one of the largest countries in Southeast Asia. Its length is about 2.000 km from the Tenasseri Peninsula in the south to the north of Himalaya mountain ranges which border Yunnan, Tibet and India.

Myanmar has a wide range of beautiful attractions: Bagan and Mrauk U, where centuries old edifice of religious monuments are silently showing off the historical treasures, whilst scenic Inle Lake in the eastern mountains is famous for the charming tribes, where you can find the famous leg rowing fishermen.

The northernmost part of the country has Southeast Asia highest Mt. Khakaborazi (5881 meter) with rich flora and fauna whereas the southern Mergui Archipelago comprises over 800 unspoiled islands. Myanmar is also proud of having an extensive coastline along the India Ocean awarded by long and white sand beaches such as Ngapali & Ngwesaung. Its last royal capital of Mandalay boasts for the finest arts & crafts while the city of Yangon finds a cluster of old colonial buildings and beautiful gardens. The Central plain is where most of the population lives and is not wider than 960 km. 


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It is the rainy season in Myanmar and every year some areas do get flooded. However, this year with climate change, the rains have been pouring down on the country, the rivers are swollen and getting out of their beds ... Read more


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