Flower Tourism at Pyin Oo
Pyin Oo Lwin, a pretty little hill resort,
67km east of Mandalay at the altitude of 1070m.
The picturesque town of Pyin Oo Lwin (formerly
called Maymyo), a hill station established by
the British as a cool retreat from the heat of
the central Myanmar plains. Even at the height
of the hot season, More..
Untouched Islands of
the Myeik ArchipelagoThe Myeik
Archipelago, located in southernmost
part of Myanmar (Burma) comprises of
over 800 beautiful islands scattered
more or less parallel to the cost of 480
km long Myeik Peninsula on the Andaman
Sea. Myeik (formerly Mergui) Archipelago
is famous and well known because of its
crystal blue water,
Naga, The Highlanders of Chin
the Northwest Frontier of Myanmar, along the Patkoi
Mountain Range, there the highlanders called Naga
live at the foot of Mt. Saramati, 3862 meters high.
They are one of the races of Myanmar and have about
64 different clans. The most famous nine are: Gonwan,
Hymmye, Kahyaung, Lautaw, Linenong, Makuri, Makyan,
Marnaut and Tangun. They live mostly around the
Patkoi Ranges and on the western hills of the
Chindwin Riverfs sources. Naga biggest festival is
New Year festival called Kaing Bi and celebrate at
January 15th. More...
Best Time To
Visit MyanmarIt should say that Myanmar has different variety of
tourist attractions Beaches, Archipelago, Archeological sites, Hilly region good for trekking and hiking, Elephant camps to see elephants at works ( Myaing Hay Wun Elephant Nature Camp, Pho Kyar Forest Resort ) Ethnic groups to be explored, Myanmar culture and religion.
In this time of year all of them could
be accessible since the climate is
favourable for traveling and the
security and transportation is specially
arranged for tourists.
Enjoy Myanmar New Year Festival in April
Thingyan or the Water Festival is held throughout the country for three days in
the month of April, will be fall from 14th to 16th April in year 2007. It
simultaneously marks the end of the old year and beginning of the new. Young
people gather together to sing and dance, and to playfully throw water on each
Ananda Pagoda Festival draws from Far and Wide
For more than 1,000 years, since the first temples and pagodas were built for
the glorification of Buddhism, the high point in a Myanmar Buddhist's life has
been the annual pagoda festival, the locally call paya-pwe.
A Historical Site, Kakku, of Pao ethnic cherished Pagoda
This Kakku Pagoda was built by the King Srithudhamathawka in BC 307 and now it was lasted about 2300 years.
According to the elderly sayings, the total number the stupas were about 7623 when it was built but there were only 2548 stupas left when it was renovated by the King Narapathesithu of Bagan reign at 1174.AD.