• Bagan is commonly termed as a sea of temples by people across the world. It has the largest and ...
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The one legged boatmen of Inle Lake

Inle Lake

Inle Lake Fascinating Facts
  • There are 17 villages on the shore and islands on Inle Lake. Each village has ...
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Mandalay Fascinating Facts
  • Mandalay is the last royal capital of Myanmar, founded in 1857 by King Mindon based on ...
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Yangon Fascinating Facts
  • The local people in the city are very friendly and hospitable. They will understand you even ...
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Ayeyarwaddy Region

Ayeyarwady Fascinating Facts
  • Ayeyarwady has been marked as the main rice producer of the country, and continues to retain ...
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Indawgyi Lake

Indawgyi Lake Fascinating Facts
  • Indawgyi Lake is the largest inland lake of Myanmar and one of the largest in ...
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Kalaw Fascinating Facts
  • Kalaw exhibits the heavy influence of the colonial period. The colonial-era buildings with time-old train tracks ...
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Kawthaung Fascinating Facts
  • Kawthaung is located 2,000 kilometres from the northernmost tip of the country.
  • The Thai border is ...
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Minbu Fascinating Facts
  • The mud volcanoes of Minbu are actually methane gases trapped under the ground, forcing their way ...
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Mon State

  • The first settlement of the Mon people dates back to 1024 AD.
  • Mawlamyine has an ...
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Nay Pyi Taw

Nay Pyi Taw Fascinating Facts
  • Nay Pyi Taw is one of the fastest growing cities in Myanmar.
  • The city ...
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Pathein Fascinating Facts
  • Pathein is famous for its colourfully designed Pathein umbrellas, which are considered a cultural treasure of ...
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Pyin Oo Lwin

Pyin Oo Lwin Fascinating Facts
  • The town was formally established in 1897 when a permanent military post was built ...
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