Pagodas & Buddhism

Pagodas and Buddhist temple are relatively a synonym of Myanmar. People around the world name Myanmar as "The golden Land" or "The Land of Pagodas". Once someone step onto Myanmar's soil, looks around three hundred and sixty degree, Pagodas are everywhere; in cities and towns, villages and countryside, in the rivers and on the bank, lakes and seas.

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Myanmar Culture & Traditional Events

Well known as happy-go-lucky-people, Myanmar are fond of fun and festivities so much that every month of Myanmar lunar calendar possess at least one celebration. It’s been since those days of Myanmar Kings, Myanmar is one of a few countries which still value and celebrate customary festivals of thousands years of legends.

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Interesting Things in Myanmar

Thanakha (botanical term is Limonia Acidissma Linn) is a favorite cosmetic of Myanmar which comes in the form of yellow paste applied to the face from the bark of the Thanakha tree. It is effective sun protection by applying thickly and applying lightly can become tighter the skin and prevent getting oily. Thanakha and mortar stone, with a shallow trough along its rim are the necessary part for Myanmar Feminine society.

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Gifts & Souvenirs

Visitors to Myanmar are blessed with a large assortment of gifts and souvenirs to buy. Burmese souvenirs are mostly handmade and of high intrinsic value. Different parts of Burma fabricate its own regional souvenirs. Among local souvenirs, Pan Yoon (Lacquerware) is the most admired thing. Lacquerware represents the distinctive lifestyle of Burmese people nothing less than the way Chinaware represents the Chinese tradition.

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The Tourist Destinations

Pagodas and Buddhist temple are relatively a synonym of Myanmar. People around the world name Myanmar as "The golden Land" or "The Land of Pagodas". Once someone step onto Myanmar's soil, looks around three hundred and sixty degree, Pagodas are everywhere; in cities and towns, villages and countryside, in the rivers and on the bank, lakes and seas. These ancient pagodas constantly represent the Burmese people' believes and deep loyalty to Buddhism.

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