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Cruises, waterfalls and wild swimming in Myanmar
For many, the name Mandalay evokes a mythical Kiplingesque idyll. In reality, Myanmar’s second city is a buzzing, fast-developing metropolis, its streets full of honking traffic. It contains some of the country’s most cherished attractions – sweeping hilltop panoramas, 19th-century teak monasteries and the reconstructed royal palace – and serves as the river-bound gateway to the ancient temple-city of Bagan.
"Myanmar's water world: exploring Inle Lake" article image
Myanmar's water world: exploring Inle Lake
In the unique watery world of Inle Lake, Intha fisherman row canoes with one leg, gardens float, and wooden homes perch above the water on rickety stilts. Take some time to explore one of Myanmar's most iconic destinations with an early-morning cruise, a cycle through the countryside, or sojourns into the surrounding hills and villages.
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From temple plains to golden rocks: Myanmar's must-see Buddhist sites
Myanmar (Burma) is perhaps the most devoutly Buddhist nation on earth, with a dizzying array of golden pagodas and ancient temples, perched in splendid isolation on hillsides and sandwiched between busy city streets.
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