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Inle Lake

Inle Lake is located in Shan State, Upper Myanmar. The lake is known for the floating gardens, ancient pagodas, handicraft villages, the cool climate and the boat leg-rowing skill by the local fishermen.  Inle Lake is better visited at the end of your trip to Myanmar.

Mandalay

Mandalay was the seat of the last royal court in Myanmar, the second largest city in Myanmar. Nowadays, Mandalay is the commercial and educational center of Upper Myanmar.

Bagan

Bagan is 700km north of Yangon, wellknown for the magical plain dotted with thousands of Buddhist Temples and Pagodas.

Yangon

Yangon is the capital city of the Union of Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). The city is distinct itself from other capital cities in Asia with dilapidated colonial buildings and shiny Buddhist monuments.