Burma Activities

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Shwedagon Pagoda
Also known as the Great Dagon Pagoda and the Golden Pagoda, this gilded stupa in Yangon is 326 feet tall and according to legend over 2,500 years old. It's also one of the most sacred sites in Burma containing important Buddhist relics. Covered in genuine gold plate, the stupa rises into the heavens commanding the skyline. Another must-see.
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Kuthodaw Pagoda
Kuthodaw Pagoda is a gilded stupa surrounded by several pavilions and hundreds of shrines that house over 700 marble slabs inscribed with Buddhist teachings, considered to be the world's largest book. Resting at the foot of a hill in Mandalay, the pagoda and its shrines stretch across the land creating a picturesque landscape and stellar photo opportunities.
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The Temples of Bagan
Discover the Bagan Archaeological Zone and wander a verdant plain flowing with green fields, vibrant trees and over 2,000 historic temples and pagodas. Walk amongst red stone monoliths, golden stupas and whitewashed monuments. It's a truly breathtaking place where every step unveils something unique. Explore the Dhammayangyi Temple, the Gawdawpalin Temple and thousands more. The must-see sight in Burma.
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Ngapali Beach
Ngapali Beach is one of the best beaches in Burma. Fringed with palm trees, this long curve of powdery white sand stretches as far as the eye can see, and is lapped by the pristine waters of the Bay of Bengal. The sea is great for snorkelling and diving with lots of tropical fish and good visibility.
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Inle Lake
Take a boat and tour the vast waters of Inle Lake, the second largest lake in Burma. Over 13 miles long and 7 miles wide, this region is home to floating gardens, marshes, quaint villages with stilt houses, and ornate temples that dot the coast. It's a dramatic place with mountain views.