WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MYANMAR
Myanmar is a very mysterious destination. This country opened its frontiers few years ago and kept its identities and culture untouched, which makes us say that it’s the most preserved destination of South East Asia. Discover a contrasted and rich country, living at the pace of Buddhism traditions, from the impressive 2.000 temples of Bagan plain to the peaceful floating life of Inle Lake.
Well-known for the kindness of its inhabitants, always ready to share with travelers legends and myths of their country, Myanmar has been many times nominated in Top of unspoilt destinations to discover since few years.
TRAVEL TO MYANMAR AND DISCOVER MYTHICAL LANDSCAPES AND AMAZING HOSPITALITY.
HISTORYThe history of Myanmar formerly known as Burma is both exciting and disastrous. It is only since 2010 that the country gradually opened its borders to the world... Find out more
TRANSPORTATIONThe road network is quite developed from the North to the South and East to West, but only major roads are in acceptable conditions. The traffic is on the right side... Find out more
MYANMAR VISAAny foreigner who wishes to enter Myanmar must obtain a visa unless they are a citizen of one of the eligible visa exempt countries. All visitors to Myanmar must hold a passport valid for 6 months... Find out more
MYANMAR CULTUREMyanmar culture is very complex and particular. The most preserved country of South East Asia still observes many ancient traditions and norms which make the charm of the country... Find out more
TRADITIONAL FESTIVALSThe Burmese maintains several traditional festivals many of which are organized by pagodas. The festivities punctuate the daily life of the Burmese throughout the country... Find out more
MYANMAR CUISINETaking advantage of the various influence from China, India and Thailand, Burmese dishes are also so various thanks to the myriad of specialties from local minorities... Find out more
MYANMAR ETHNIESIn Myanmar, 135 ethnic groups are recognized by the Burmese government. With the arrival of Aung San Suu Kyi in the new government, hope is stronger than ever to recognize the last ethnies... Find out more
CURRENCY AND COST OF LIFEIn this country, USD is preferred, but in excellent conditions! No creased, stained, bended bank notes are accepted. Note also that it’s better to change money on the black market... Find out more
HEALTH AND SECURITYThe Burmese will never take the risk of stealing a tourist because the penalty incurred is very high. Insects, snakes, rats and monkeys are very present so you must be vigilant... Find out more
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