MMcities – Asia EZ

YANGON

Yangon (formerly known as Rangoon) is the fifth largest city in Southeast Asia because of its fastest growing economies and wealthy natural resources. Yangon used to be the capital of independent Myanmar from 1948 until 2006. Although the military government officially relocated the capital to Nay Pyi Daw in central Myanmar, Yangon still represents industrial […]

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BAGAN

Bagan (formerly known as Pagan) is one of the most significant archaeological sites of South East Asia, located on the eastern bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar. It is the most popular tourist attraction with more than 10,000 temples and pagodas. Bagan used to be the capital of the Pagan Kingdom from the 9th […]

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INLE

Inle Lake is the second largest lake in Myanamr and located in the Nyaung Shwe township of Southern Shan State. Inle Lake is famous for its unique one leg-rowing performance of Inthas (who spend their entire life in the Lake). Furthermore, passing through endless floating garden in solitude and visiting 5 days mobile market are […]

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MANDALAY

Mandalay is the second largest city after Yangon, located on the eastern bank of Irrawaddy River. It is also the last royal capital founded by King Mindon in 1857 before Myanmar was colonized by Britain in 1885. Nowadays, Mandalay remains historical, cultural and economic center of Upper Myanmar. It can be observed a city of […]

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HPA-AN

Hpa-An, the capital of Karen (Kayin) State, the picturesque town with breath-taking landscapes, located on the eastern bank of Thanlwin River and homeland of the Kayin people. It is a small town encircled by dramatic limestone mountains and you can also find religiously significant caves in these mountains. Hpa-an is famous for its numerous surrounding […]

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THE GOLDEN ROCK (KYAIK HTEE YOE MOUNTAIN)

Kyaik Htee Yoe is also known as the Golden Rock, one of the most prominent Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Myanmar, located in the small town called Kyaikhto in the Mon State. This destination is 160km away from Yangon and 1,100 meters above the sea level. The first leg of the journey is taking a bus […]

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MAWLAMYINE

Mawlamyine (formerly known as Moulmein – its colonial name), was once a major port and administrative centre of British Lower Burma, the fourth largest city of Myanmar with the population of about 240,000, situated at the bank of Thanlwin River. The city was captured by the British in 1826 during the First Anglo-Burmese War and […]

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