(Pegu), this former ancient capital
is located 80 kilometers from Yangon, en route to Kyaiktiyo.
Sightseeing in Bago includes impressive temples, open-air
markets, cheroot making, and woodcarving centers.
Lake, is one of the highlights of the Myanmar experience.
It provides lovely scenery with its hazy mountains in the
distance. The vast lake is studded with floating gardens and
is renowned for its unique leg-rowers and local markets.
Oo Lwin (Maymyo), located 64 kilometers from Mandalay
and over 1,000 meters above sea level, it was founded during
colonial times.Visitors can enjoy beautiful scenery, cool
climate and nostalgic atmosphere from the old buildings and
(Kyaing Tong), is the point of departure for one-day treks
to the ethnic villages of Akha, Lahu, Wa and Shans and also
the center of the Golden Triangle and one of the most picturesque
towns in Shan State. To reach some of the most remote but
inhabited mountain areas, we have to traveling through on
a rough road (160 kilometers), adventurous visitors can reach
Tachilek near the border of Thailand.
(Sandoway), located about ten kilometers northeast of
Ngapali with 45-minute flight from Yangon, one will arrive
in Thandwe. It is on the verge of becoming the finest resort
in the country with its sandy beaches.
one of the major trading point for agricultural produce from
the region and located on the bank of the Chindwin River.
This town is a gateway for cross-river visits to the ancient
carved cave temple of Po Win Daung and the spectacular Thanboddhay
Paya Stupa complex.
Popa, is an isolated and inactive volcano and rising 737
meters from the Myingyan Plain. A shrine dedicated to the
legendary "Nat" spirits lies at the top of a steep-sided
volcanic plug, which can be reached by ascending 777 steps.