Introduction

GENERAL INFORMATIONS OF MYANMAR

Myanmar, also known as Burma, is a Southeast Asian country bordered by the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. Its neighboring countries include Bangladesh, China, India, Laos, and Thailand. Myanmar enjoys a strategic location near major shipping routes in the Indian Ocean. Its system of government is a parliamentary republic; the president serves as both the head of state and head of government. Myanmar has a complex economic system that combines traditional elements with planned economic systems. Many citizens engage in subsistence agriculture; however, the central government wields significant influence. Myanmar is a member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

The most popular sites in Myanmar are:

  1. Bagan: A must-visit destination in Myanmar. Exploring Bagan by hot air balloon is an unforgettable experience that offers breathtaking views of this land with its 2,000 temples.
  2. Shwedagon Pagoda: Also known as the Golden Pagoda, it is a golden stupa located in Yangon, Myanmar.
  3. Inle Lake: Provides an excellent view of the lush and bucolic side of Myanmar.
  4. U Bein Bridge: The world’s longest and oldest teakwood bridge.
  5. Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (Golden Rock): A small pagoda perched on top of a massive granite boulder covered in gold leaf placed by devotees.
  6. Shwenandaw Monastery: A historic Buddhist monastery located near Mandalay Hill in the Mandalay region of Myanmar.
Population
55.5 milion
Language
Birman
Capital
Naypyidaw
Religion
Buddhism
Money
Kyat
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Best time to travel in Myanmar

The best time to visit Myanmar is during the dry season, which spans from October to May. During this time, the entire country is accessible, the temples glisten, and the beaches are open, making for a diverse and rich travel experience. From June to September, the beaches in Ngapali close, and the rains are much needed to water the plains between Mandalay and Bagan. Myanmar has something to offer throughout the year. River cruising on the Chindwin River peaks during the rainy season, providing access to some of the most beautiful and remote regions of the country. A mix of colorful ethnic minorities and breathtaking landscapes paints a picture of Myanmar that few visitors have the opportunity to witness.

REGIONJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Rangoon32°C 6mm32°C 30mm33°C 38mm33°C 87mm32°C 196mm33°C 241mm33°C 309mm32°C 334mm31°C 253mm31°C 117mm31°C 40mm31°C 20mm
Bagan29°C 101mm30°C 31mm28°C 12mm27°C 18mm29°C 47mm30°C 42mm30°C 99mm28°C 117mm26°C 447mm28°C 530mm28°C 221mm29°C 208mm
Lac Inle27°C 15mm28°C 4mm29°C 13mm30°C 42mm29°C 221mm29°C 331mm29°C 314mm28°C 268mm27°C 334mm27°C 268mm27°C 114mm27°C 56mm

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