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Yangon underwent major development in the 1880’s when the British transformed it into the commercial and political hub of the country. Colonial Yangon, with its spacious parks, lakes, mix of modern buildings and traditional wooden architecture was affectionately coined, ‘The Garden City of the East’. Yangon’s temples, colonial buildings, vibrant street life and friendly faces make it a very special photographic destination.
Chin State in Western Myanmar provides an exceptional setting for visitors to mountaineer and hike through its alluring villages. The Chin State is now seeing a rise in ecotourism due to its rich culture and abundant ecological attractions.
Bagan is an ancient city and truly magical destination, capturing the hearts of travelers with its spiritual architecture and natural landscapes. It is also one of the richest archaeological sites in Asia with 42 square kilometers of ruins dating back thousands of years. It is estimated as many as 13,000 temples once stood on the plains of Central Myanmar. A fascinating journey on horseback taking guests to some of the regions most recognized sites.
Kakku is located in Southern Shan State, approximately 40 kilometers south of Taunggyi. Surrounded by a Pa-O village, the 2,478 hillside stupas at Kakku are one of the most impressive landscapes in the world, yet remains one of the least visited sites in Shan State.
The Mergui Archipelago is located in the southernmost part of Myanmar and comprises over 800 beautiful islands, archipelago in Asia, and remains one of the least visited. This southern part of the country is home to resplendent diving, sea kayaking, fishing and general exploration. It’s a corner of the world where sea people still live in harmony with the waves and the nights are filled only with silence.