Myanmar Travel Guide

6 must-try dishes in Myanmar

Green tea leaf salad, fish rice or sweet cakes are the specialties that tourists should enjoy when visiting the land of golden pagodas. >> Myanmar Attractions >> Myanmar Practical Information Lephet thoke (green tea leaf salad): Referring to the land of golden pagodas, we cannot fail to mention Lephet – fermented green tea leaves. Dishes are made

Myanmar Attractions

From its impressive Shwedagon Pagoda to the imposing Bagon Heritage, from the unique Inle lake floating garden to the sun-kissed Ngapali Beach, Myanmar always shows her visitors the best and core beauty it has to offer to keep them stay longer. Here are several overviews of the most fascinating tourist attractions in major cities of

Myanmar Practical Information

Currency The official currency in Myanmar is kyat, which come in notes of value K50, K100, K200, K500, K1000, K5000 and K10,000. The US dollar is widely accepted in Myanmar, especially for larger purchase like hotels, flight tickets and access to historical sites. Some smaller purchase like taxi rides, buses and street meals are almost

Myanmar Foods & Drinks

Featuring diverse geography and favorable seasonal conditions, Myanmar is naturally endowed with fertile soil and water resources, which make it boasts an abundant various supply of food all year around. Rice is main food in Myanmar, accompanying various meat, fish, soup, salad and vegetables. The most common way to cook the meat and oil is

Myanmar Climate

Myanmar’s climate can be better described as tropical monsoon climate with a considerable amount of sun, a high rate of rainfall and high humidity. Due to the strong monsoon influences, there are three distinct seasons in Myanmar. The cold and dry season is from November to February with average temperature of between 20°C and 24°C.