Your Ultimate Guide to Myanmar

Looking for exotic adventures to hop on?

Myanmar got you covered. 

As the largest of the mainland southeast Asian states by area, Myanmar (formerly Burma) is an overlooked natural and cultural wonder that surprisingly offers one of the best authentic experiences for travellers. Looking for exotic adventures to hop on? Myanmar got you covered. 

Top 2 Myanmar Food You Must Try

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1. Mohinga

This tempting dish is made from round rice noodles served in a hearty, herbal-based broth, often supplemented with the crunchy pith of the banana tree.

2. Curry

This tempting dish is made from round rice noodles served in a hearty, herbal-based broth, often supplemented with the crunchy pith of the banana tree.

Top 4 Myanmar Sights You Must Visit

As the largest of the mainland southeast Asian states by area, Myanmar (formerly Burma) is an overlooked natural and cultural wonder that surprisingly offers one of the best authentic experiences for travellers. See what we’ve got for you.

From natural attractions to an array of vibrant festivals, pagodas, hundreds of tribes, and a spread of mouth watering cuisines that will surely excite your taste buds. Myanmar offers more than you imagine, below are just some examples:

1. Ngapali Beach: Myanmar’s go-to beach

A blissfully underdeveloped stretch of white sand beach that runs for 15 miles along the Bay of Bengal. 

2. Mandalay: the unsung hero of Myanmar

A blissfully underdeveloped stretch of white sand beach that runs for 15 miles along the Bay of Bengal. 

3. Taung Kalat: Paranomic view of ancient city 

Built atop an extinct volcano plug, the Buddhist monastery of Taung Kalat is one of the most breathtaking sites in Burma. 

4. Shwedagon Pagoda: Sacred temples, statues & stupas

Considered the most sacred site in Buddhism in Myanmar because it contains a strand of Buddha’s hair and other religious relics.

Emerging Myanmar Economy You Must Know

“10 million additional non-agricultural jobs by 2030. 

Since 1997, Myanmar has become a member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The country is ripe with economic opportunities, with its Asian presence. According to McKinsey Global Institute, the country has the potential to create more than 10 million additional non-agricultural jobs by 2030. 

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