A new era for this extraordinary and complex land
Myanmar, formerly known as (Burma), is known as the Golden Land. It is also called the Land of Pagodas. Myanmar is one of the most devout Buddhist countries, and has long been a unique tourist destination in the South East Asia and Pacific, for its rich religious and cultural heritage sites. A diverse nation with 135 distinct ethnic groups, are grouped into eight major national ethnic races - Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Bamar, Mon, Rakhine and Shan. Nay Pyi Taw meaning “The Royal City” is the capital of Myanmar. Myanmar is a paradise to discover, a destination with a rich combination of attractions that will delight both adults and children. From gleaming pagodas to colorful festivals, to natural landscapes that range from plains to incredible snow-capped mountains. Such varied ingredients will allow you to get family memories that will last forever. The time has come to start the adventure. Do not hesitate, and enter the land of Burma with us.
Many of the places have been prosperous in keeping their traditions alive till date. It can be described as amazing, surreal, largely untouched by modernity, but you have to see it for yourself to feel the air of the country. Myanmar has a deep culture of hospitality and openness – most people who visit are struck by the warm and welcoming nature of the locals. Being here will definitely bring inner peace due to the culture of numerous pagodas and temples in the country. Visit this extra ordinary land, where golden pagodas are sprinkled all over!
We are very much looking forward to being your local travel experts in our beautiful country and our main focus is that you will return home with a treasure trove of memories from your trip to Myanmar.
Myanmar, the “Golden Land” once known as Burma, offers a diverse range of experiences for travelers of all types – including culture enthusiasts, history buffs, nature lovers and more. Visitors to Myanmar will find themselves amidst mystical mountain ranges, rivers, lakes, unspoiled beaches and an amazingly vast range of Buddhist pagodas and stupas that stand tall as evidence of the country’s very rich history.
|Languages spoken||Burmese, Kachin, Kayah, Karen, Chin, Mon, Rakhine, Shan|
|Currency used||Kyat (K) (MMK)|
|Area (km2)||676,578 km2 (261,228 sq mi)|
|Country name||Republic of the Union of Myanmar|