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Burma People

Is Myanmar for you to visit? Burma or Myanmar is not the country to visit if you are looking for highly commercialized tourist attractions and generic activities to fill your time. Instead, Myanmar is a very different experience, unique, distinct and authentic timeless destination that has only recently opened to the west of the world. …

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Dee Doke Water Fall

MANDALAY — About 38 miles east of Mandalay, in Pyin Oo Lwin’s Magyi Inn village, Dee Doke waterfall crashes down into one of Burma’s most stunning natural pools, and one of its many travel delights. The entrance to the waterfall, tucked away down a sleepy road off the highway, is peppered with small restaurants, each …

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Steam locomotives in Myanmar

Steam locomotives From the early 1900s steam locomotives were gradually superseded by electric and diesel locomotives, with railways fully converting to electric and diesel power beginning in the late 1930s. The majority of steam locomotives were retired from regular service by the 1980s, though several continue to run on tourist and heritage lines. Popularity in Modern age Steam …

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Pathein Umbrella

Pathein Umbrella Pathein , the capital of the Ayeyarwady Division of Myanmar’s delta region is  for famous for Pathein Umbrella and well known worldwide. This cottage industry was established in Pathein over a hundred years ago. Girl walking across UPein bring with Pathein Umbrella “Origin of Pathein Umbrella” 130 years ago, U Shwe Sar who …

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Cooking class in Myanmar

Traveling Traveling is the best way to learn about traditions, culture, history and ways of life of the people around the world. Please see below for benefits of traveling, Travel exposes you to different environments, which create stronger antibodies and boost your immune system significantly.  Travel lowers stress levels. Travel improves your brain health.  Travel …

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Chinlone or Cane ball

What is Chinlone or Cane ball? Chinlone is a traditional national sport of Myanmar and can be played by men, women and children, sometimes together, interchangeably. The ball is normally made from hand-woven rattan and light to hit. Since over 1500 years ago, Chinlone had been played for Myanmar royalty as an entertainment. During British …

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