Written and performed by many Western artists, Mandalay is a fascinating city and culturally diverse. It is the center of the upper part of Myanmar and its focal point is the spectacular Royal Palace. It should also explore the many pagodas and temples that attract pilgrims from around the world. Mandalay is also well located to visit the great wilderness areas in the north.
The ancient city of Bagan is a must for amateur archaeologists, but is also a winner if you are a fan of bright and beautiful sunsets serious temples, preferably at the same time. Bagan has the highest concentration of temples in the country; sawing bell horizon leaves visitors breathless.
The Golden Rock is a show that attracts and even surprising turns people on a regular basis. It is a small pagoda perched on top of a huge rock, which in turn sat on the edge of a cliff in the south of the country. The secret of its success to defy gravity? It is guaranteed by a hair of Buddha. Amazing. A must see.
At an altitude of 880 meters (2900 feet), the shallow freshwater lake in Shan State is the highest in Myanmar. Ecosystems and traditional culture of its surrounding communities are very popular with tourists. The best time to visit is September / October, when Daw U Festival Hpaung and Thadingyug occur.
Near Bagan in central Myanmar, Mount Popa is an extinct volcano rising to over 1500 meters (nearly 5,000 feet) above the level of the sea. The monastery near Taung Kalat, which is in its own plug outcrop Vocanic, is also a big draw. Visitors climb 700 steps up barefoot to see sanctuaries and a monastery, often accompanied by the monkeys along the way.
Probably the best known beach of Myanmar (for now), Ngapali is located in the Bay of Bengal, just 45 minutes flight from Yangon. With its miles of white sand, turquoise waters and green palm trees, constantly slips into the ranks of the best beaches in the world of fashion, and is served by a number of interesting resources. Book early to reserve your place in heaven.