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Gửi lúc 08:30' 08/03/2012
It’s funny think that if I hadn’t walked through a glass door and ended up in hospital I might never have made it to Burma. But doing just that put paid to my plans to spend some time diving on the Andaman Coast, and finally made my mind up to book a flight to Yangon


Gửi lúc 08:27' 08/03/2012
Tourism in Myanmar (Burma) has long been a thorny issue. This Q&A, taken from Lonely Planet Magazine , answers the all-important questions about the ethics of visiting this stunning country.


Gửi lúc 08:07' 08/03/2012
Balloons Over Bagan Balloons Over Bagan ( 2009 ) "Balloons over Bagan", and update you on the new developments for 2009. Imagine floating over thousand years old pagodas and the mighty Ayeyarwaddy River, watching the sun sinks slowly behind distant mountains. This sunrise or sunset champagne flights last just under one hour and take off daily from October through to the end of March. There are no age restrictions...


Gửi lúc 08:06' 08/03/2012
The unusually hot last summer had so devastating effects on the people of Myanmar and Lake Inle as well. The second largest lake in Myanmar, Inle is hugely popular with tourists for its cool weather, culture and customs of local ethnic groups, natural scenic beauty, rich biodiversity and unique rowing technique of Inthar (Inle dwellers).


Gửi lúc 08:04' 08/03/2012
The Myanmar government will temporarily suspend on-arrival tourist visa, effective September 1st, at Yangon and Mandalay international airports. The move is taken to assess the the number of tourists and the revenue during the four-month period of establishment of visas on arrival, according to sources from Yangon International Airport.


Gửi lúc 08:02' 08/03/2012
Come fiscal year – April 2012 to March 2013 – tourist arrivals to Myanmar are expected to go up to half a million, said the secretary of Myanmar Tourism Association to Messenger, a popular Myanmar news journal.


Gửi lúc 08:00' 08/03/2012
To the western coast of Myanmar, there is an ancient city called Mrauk U , royal seat of Rakhine kings. Sights of tourists were rare until recently. Today, Mrauk U is becoming a fast-growing tourist destinations followed by Bagan and Mandalay . This year tourists are streaming into Mrauk U area and could be record high. The majority of visitors are from France, Germany, UK and USA.


Gửi lúc 07:58' 08/03/2012
Compared to last year’s tourist arrivals, there is an 20% increase in the number of the tourists who passed through the Yangon International Airport in 2011,


Gửi lúc 07:56' 08/03/2012
In 2012, foreign visitors could have a chance to see the forbidden city, Naypyidaw, which was built a couple of years ago to be an administrative capital in place of Yangon . A government official said sooner or later the authorities will allow tourists to visit the city, and added that it could happen next year.


Gửi lúc 07:53' 08/03/2012
Within a few months, Myanmar online visa could be available for tourists who plan to come to Myanmar, which ranked number 2 in Lonely Planet’s top ten countries. The system is still in progress, and expected to come out during the tourism high season – from October through February.


Gửi lúc 07:50' 08/03/2012
An Internet service provider, Redlink have offered free internet wifi at some temples in Bagan , the major tourist sight in Myanmar. The program was already initiated since the beginning of November at the Nyaung U airport, Buphaya , Shwesandaw Pagoda , Ananda Temple .


Gửi lúc 07:48' 08/03/2012
Newly discovered ancient Pyu burial site in Sri Khettara nearby Pyay is now open to scholars, domestic travelers and foreign tourists as well.