Attractions

Attractions

If you concern about where to go in Burma, you can refer at attractions in Burma category such as Mandalay, Bagan (Pagan), Maha Myat Muni Buddha, Ananda Temple, Inle Lake and Yangon. Besides introducing about history, getting there, the category will show for tourist best things to do each place.

Mount Popa, in Burma known as the home of the Nats is an extinct volcano with a monastery on top, named the Popa Taungkalat. It is the most important site in Burma for Nat pilgrimage.

Manuha temple is one of the oldest temples of Bagan. It is named after Manuha, King of a Mon Kingdom named Thaton located in lower Burma. Manuha built the temple in 1067, after having spend a decade in captivity in Bagan.

Mahamuni Pagoda is one of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites which houses the Mahamuni Buddha image, the most highly revered Buddha image in Burma.

Karaweik Hall or Karaweik Palace is one of beautiful landmarks in Yangon. From a distance the Karaweik Hall looks like a huge golden barge floating on Kandawgyi Lake, glittering in the sun.

Thanboddhay Temple near Monywa is a unique temple in Burma. It is one of the most intricately decorated temples in the country with an extensive use of vibrant colors housing over 500,000 Buddha images.

Pindaya cave is an important pilgrimage site for Burmese Buddhists and an attractive destination, unusual sight for tourists.

Hsinbyume Pagoda is a beautiful all white structure on the banks of the Irrawaddy river just North of Mandalay.

Royal Palace Mandalay is located between 12th street and 26th street, in the heart of Mandalay city. It was the first palace to be built in Mandalay, by King Mindon when he shifted his capital from Amarapura in 1861, to fulfill an old prophecy. The site was chosen with the auspicious omen and astronomical calculations.
Htilominlo Temple in Bagan

Htilominlo temple in Bagan is a large majestic structure towering 46 meters high. Its design is similar to that of the Sulamani, which was build about three decades earlier by the previous King. The monument is named after its builder, King Htilominlo who was also known as Zeya Theinkha and Nadaungmyar.
Sule Pagoda in Yangon

Sule Pagoda is a small pagoda located in the center of Yangon. The pagoda, known in Burmese as the Kyaik Athok Zedi, is surrounded by busy streets, a market and colonial era buildings like the Supreme court building and Yangon city hall.

Located in the vicinity of Shwedagon Pagoda, the main cultural attraction of Yangon, Hotel Lavender promises one of the best accommodations in town at great value while offering our guests serene and stunning scenic views of Shwedagon Pagoda.

Located on Kabar Aye Road, Yangon, Kabar Aye Pagoda or World Peace Pagoda in local name is 35 meter high and colorfully decorated pagoda. As its name implies, the pagoda is dedicated towards the realization of global peace.

Meliá Yangon is a luxury city hotel with an elegant interior design, a contemporary and cutting edge flair and an excellent location opposite the natural Inya Lake. The Meliá Yangon is the perfect choice for both business and leisure travellers due to its extensive, new and comfortable facilities and the superb quality of its services.

Inle Lake is one of the most popular places to visit in Myanmar, and was one of favourite destinations of many visitors during their trip to Myanmar with kids. There are so many things to do and see in here. Let's find out with us.

Rupar Mandalar is a romantic hotel in exotic atmosphere. It's in nature with a touch of culture. The hotel has 46 rooms, modern facilities, sight full of swimming pool and health & beauty spa.