Things to do in Myanmar/Burma
- 216 reviews
Most historical site, Bagan is an Ancient City, not to be missed... can spend 3 days/2 nights there, that should be enough to cover the major attractions there. Rent a car with a driver for no more than about $20-25 per day to get around there.Popular with
- 4Ground Maha Bandoola Rd, Yangon ( 95-1), Myanmar [Burma]7 reviews
My guide said this place was not worth going but I went anyway as it was near and within walking distance from my hotel. He was right, it was much smaller than Shwedagon Pagoda. I stll enjoyed the walk as I got to see the surrounding neighborhood ie cityhall and many other colonial style buildings. Do visit this place before ...
- 66 reviews
To really experience the incredible hidden jewels surrounding Mandalay, hire a taxi driver to take you on a day trip to these 3 destinations. You will feel as if you are discovering ancient treasures when you walk around the ruins of the crumbling temple structures. There are some incredible pagodas in these areas with gold Buddha statues, walls coated with ...Popular with
- 7Bogyoke Aung San Road, Yangon, Myanmar [Burma]5 reviews
A must visit place in Yangon - you can find almost anything here: gold and jewelry, jade, pearl, wood carvings, antique stores, tapestry, handicraft and paintings etc. Do bargain and bring either local currency or new USD smaller notes (older notes are not acceptable or have worse conversion rates). Once you are done shopping, Visit the alleys where they sell ...Popular with
- 9Tachileik, Burma5 reviews
Well, I went for a walk to the right yesterday and got turned back. I went for a walk to the left today and got turned back. There are huge military post every so often. The children and all the locals are free to come and go, but foreigners are not permitted. Are there really that many poppy fields left ...
- 10Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar/Burma3 reviews
Looking to just check out some everyday life and culture in Yangon? Head down to the docks at sunset. You'll not only catch the gorgeous colors of the Yangon River but also witness the rush hour bustle of small boats ferrying people across the river.Popular with
- 1380th St, Mandalay, Myanmar/Burma2 reviews
If you visit Myanmar,that is one of important Myanmar history.
- 19Over Taungthaman Lake, Mandalay, Republic of the Union of Myanmar1 review
Longest Wooden Bridge Length: 3,960 ft. Steel corrodes, concrete cracks, so could a wooden bridge actually hold up better than anything built today? Don’t look too closely at the log pilings of the 264-year-old U Bein Bridge and you might believe it. Made almost entirely out of teakwood reclaimed from a former Ava Kingdom palace (allegedly) by the mayor who ...Popular with