Most frequently visited places

Although this is changing rapidly as more areas develop to accommodate tourism, we are doing our best here to provide you with up-to-date information on areas, cities, lakes, beaches, rivers and other places of interest. You will also find information pertaining to places and dates where the most important festivals take place as these are an essential part of the Burmese culture.


Yangon is the main gateway to Myanmar and where the country’s most venerable pagoda, Shwedagon, is situated. Yangon is a main entry/exit point for tourists visiting Myanmar. In addition to Shwedagon, highlights in Yangon include the old downtown train station, Scott’s Market (Bogyoke Market), Chaukhtetkyi Pagoda, the river jetty, and many colorful colonial-era buildings.



Boasting thousands of ancient religious monuments from the 11th century, Bagan is one of the best archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. Bagan lies on the banks of the Irrawaddy River in an area referrred to as the dry zone area, as it receives limited quantities of rain, even during the monsoon season.


Mandalay is the last Royal capital of Myanmar. It is a rich source of culture and tradition, and where a generation of artists and handicrafts were born. Mandalay is surrounded by ancient cities like Ava (Inwa) and Amarapura.


For years now, we have been involved in community projects, starting with the construction of a public library available to all children of Bagan, Our activities have grown over the years and we will continue to offer our time and resources to help those most in need in our country.

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