Although things can get busy, November through February is the best time to visit Myanmar. During this period, the beaches are irresistible, the water activities most enjoyable, the sunrises and sunsets are unforgettable. At this time, you have an excellent chance to explore the Hlawga National Park or mud volcanoes of Minbu.
The spring is quite hot, but you will have a chance to witness Novitiation Ceremony and Padauk blossom. Note that roads in Myanmar become impassable during the monsoon season from May to October.
Hot air ballooning over the temples in Bagan slowly and magnificently reveals the secrets of the old city
This picturesque mountain valley welcomes fans of an unusual art—the manufacture and launch of unmanned balloons
Myanmar is considered the sixth-largest rice-producing country in the world.
For many travelers to Myanmar the most notable sight is not the exotic landscapes or temples but the yellowish paste found painted on the faces of Burmese women and children, called Thanaka or Thanakha
Discover this significant religious site for Buddhists—the gleaming Botataung pagoda, lesser known of “the three pagodas” of Yangon
Visit Burma’s most unique region that gives visitors plenty of things to do
Myanmar beaches are a true hideaway from modern civilization
Heavenly sunsets or sunrises in Myanmar are precious moments that will always be in your mind
Take the opportunity to discover Myanmar's Himalayas, the highest mountains in Southeast Asia
Discover the oldest teak span in the world made of the remains of a royal palace during the dry season when it peaks high above the water
One of the best ways to see Buddhist temples, ancient sites, and breathtaking gardens
A picturesque way of crossing the Yangon River
This unspoiled country provides the kind of subjects most wildlife photographers can only dream about, including rare tropical birds
Discover Mud Volcanoes in Minbu which are less deadly and more holy
One could spend the entire day wandering Pyin Oo Lwin’s gardens…
Explore this breathtaking exotic country by cruising along the famous rivers of Myanmar
A great display of Myanmar nature is available at Hlawga National Park in Yangon!
If you see that all the houses and public buildings, parks, and monuments of Myanmar are colourful illuminated everywhere, you should know that this is the Festival of Lights!
The Tazaungdaing Lights Festival has its own unique and distinctive beauty and plays a huge role in the spiritual life of the Myanmar people
Water throwing awaits the residents of towns and villages in Myanmar after the arrival of a tropical spring
Massive celebration in the most beautiful temple of Bagan
In the Myanmar Buddhist tradition boys under the age of twenty have to enter the Buddhist Order
The Kachin Manao Festival is a traditional New Year celebration
One of the most famous festivals in the Shan State is the Phaung Daw Oo pagoda festival, which is celebrated for 18 days
Termed ‘laphet' in Burmese, this pickled tea is not only unique to the country but is also one of the most important national delicacies
Discover the mystical and spiritual heart of Myanmar’s Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park
You don't need to be a Buddhist to practice meditation, developed by Buddha and called Insight Meditation or Vipassana
Escape a cold and nasty New Year's Eve in one of Myanmar's summery celebration spots
Vineyards appear amongst the paddy-fields of Burma
Buddhists strictly adhere to the rules during the Buddhist Lent as well as Uposatha sabbath days
They say that under this tree Tissa Buddha himself was enlightened, and now it is a national symbol of the country
An unusual combination of sport and dance
From the early morning of January 4, the bells in Buddhist temples start to ring. Gongs and beeps can be heard on the rivers. On this day in 1948, Burma gained independence