WELCOME TO MYANMAR
Myanmar offers a variety of natural beauties and historical
artifacts such as dazzling waterfalls, graceful lakes,
enchanting caves, sparkling beaches, reveries, and the unique
cultures of different ethnic groups in addition to the thousand
year old golden pagodas scattered around Burma, especially in
Bagan and Mandalay.
The people of Myanmar can be called Myanmar or Burmese.
Burmese people are friendly, pleasant, and charming. According
to our clients, one of Myanmar's most appealing perspectives is
its people. Burmese people are kind and willing to help. One
lovely feature of Burmese people is their hospitality and
welcoming heart towards all guests. When they meet foreigners,
they do not think how to make money out of them, but how they
can help if asked. This is how Burma is different from other
"MINGALA BA", the lovely traditional greeting way of Myanmar
can be used to greet anyone at anytime of the day during your
visit. It is the equivalent of "Sawasdee" in Thai. Another
Burmese word you may need to know while your visit is KYAY ZU
BE, pronounced JayZuBe means "Thank you".
In Myanmar, the Majestic Ayeyarwaddy (Irrawaddy) River flows
its way southward from the confluence of two small rivers in
Kachin state in northern Myanmar. It is both the lifeblood and
soul of Burma. Along the banks stand ancient capitals of Burmese
kings where existing historic monuments reveal their glorious
greatness. Bagan, located in the heart of Myanmar consists of
thousands of ancient pagodas, is recognized as one of the
miraculous wonders of the world. It presents the rich cultural
heritage of Burma and makes Burma one of the archaeological
treasure houses in Asia and the world.
The infrastructure in Burma is now more developed currently,
so travel to Myanmar is no longer an adventurous journey.
Myanmar is one of the safest tour destinations in Asia, if not
in the World, opening her doors and stretching out her hands
welcoming travelers around the world to visit Burma.
Don't hesitate - You will be positively surprised.
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