Myanmar is truly an offbeat destination to explore. With its numerous experiences, natural wonders and giant architectures, Myanmar offers old world charm making it great place for solo and slow travelers. Find the travel inspiration and go Myanmar today to explore Bagan, Inle Lake and Yangon.
Street Food is the best way to understand a place and when exploring Yangon, you would be surprised with the variety of authentic street food items it offers. Street food here tells the story of the influence India, China and Thailand have on the Burmese Cuisine and Yangon, the lost cosmopolitan city of east, is the best place to enjoy Street food in Myanmar.
Yangon was once a thriving cosmopolitan city and Indians were the dominating community. This glorious past is still can be seen in Yangon Downtown while strolling through 29th Street which houses many listed heritage buildings. This is a walk through Mini India of Yagon. Read the article to know more about Indian connection with Myanmar.
Bagan's landscapes are dotted with hundreds of Pagodas in each direction. They give superlative hues, shades and colors to the stunning vistas of Bagan. For your travel to Bagan in Myanmar, we list down most stunning Pagodas to explore from Sunrise to Sunset.
The story of Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last mughal, is the most tragic part of the glory called Mughal Dynasty. He was exiled to far off land Yangon and died there after living a life of a suppressed. His tomb is the most simple structure ever belonged to any Mughal.
Solo Travel Trip to Myanmar - Paung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival is one of the biggest festival of Inle Lake and considered as one of the most sacred and colorful festival of Myanmar which gives life to beautiful Inle Lake.
This travelogue summarizes my 5 days solo trip to Majestic Myanmar where I explored Bagan, Inle Lake and Yangon and witnessed places which are distinct and unique. Myanmar is a must go place. So, pack our bags and just GO Myanmar.