Mandalay

The cultural heartbeat of Myanmar runs through Mandalay, the last royal capital of ancient Burmese kings. As Myanmar’s second-largest city, Mandalay boasts some of the country’s most storied landmarks, including Mandalay Hill and the Mahamuni Pagoda, believed to be one of three likenesses of the Buddha made during his lifetime. It’s also a vital hub […]

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Bagan

The ancient temples and pagodas of the Bagan dynasty form what is arguably the most globally-recognised landscape in Myanmar, and for good reason: they have been dazzling visitors since Marco Polo came through in 1277. Back then he wrote it was a “gilded city alive with tinkling bells and the swishing sounds of monks’ robes”, […]

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Heho

Heho serves as the main air gateway to Inle Lake, a majestic mountain getaway in Shan state. After a short 45-minute ride into Nyaungshwe, travellers can hire boatmen to drive them into the lake, where villagers live on the water in stilted communities. Native silversmiths and cigar factories produce rare Myanmar goods and picturesque fisherman […]

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