Myanmar is an ideal country for those who have previously traveled through
Southeast Asia and look for a little more adventure
WHAT TO DO IN MYANMAR?
The Shwedagon Pagoda is one of the most emblematic places in the city of Yangon and throughout Myanmar. It is one of the most important and essential points to visit in Yangon. The religious site of Shwedagon houses the largest and oldest pagoda in the world and is located in Yangon (in Myanmar they are known as payas). According to the legend it was built about 2,500 years ago and for this reason it is said that it is the oldest in the world.
To enjoy Myanmar well, it is best to take about ten days. You will have the opportunity to discover the best of Myanmar for ten days. The first thing is to do an immersion in Yangon, a city where Chinese, Nepalis and Indians live together. Here you can eat and buy very cheap, and also access the Yangon Circe Line. This train will make you discover wonderful villages and rural landscapes, along 45 km.
Mount Popa from Bagan
An hour and a half from Bagan is Mount Popa, a place considered sacred by the Burmese for being the home of 37 nats, spirits that they venerate.
The Inle Lake, a place surrounded by green mountains and more than 200 villages and floating villages. Inle Lake hides everything a traveler seeks. From hiking trails, boat rides, cycling routes by bicycle and even vineyards.
MAP OF PLACES OF INTEREST