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You Should Travel To…..
HERE ARE MY 10 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
PACK YOUR BAGS AND HEAD TO BURMA!
Insane Temple Ruins
Stunning Islands & Beaches
It’s changing fast
01: The People
In my travel experience, out of all the Asians I have met, the
Burmese are the kindest, most friendly people who are willing
to go above and beyond to make friends with you, help you out
and make sure you are having a great time in their country.
For true hospitality, travel to Burma
02: Insane Temple Ruins
When most people think of lost
cities they immediately think of
Angor Wat in Cambodia or maybe
Hampi in India but the ruins of
Bagan in central Burma are without
a doubt the most stunning, least
touristey, ruins I have ever seen
Get lost in some of the biggest temple ruins in the world
03: Real Exploring
Burma is an
country and there are
many hidden gems in
country which only
the locals will know
Discover the Asia of 100 years ago
Trekking in Burma is a
relatively new activity
but already tour
agencies are springing
up to cater for
Take to the hills and meet awesome people
The monks are a
friendly bunch and
would often ask me
all kinds of questions
about life outside
and even football!
Spiritual-esque discussions galore
The food is better than OK, Burmese
cuisine is some of the best in Asia.
Sure, there may not be many
Burmese restaurants outside of
Burma but that’s largely because the
country has been shut off from the
rest of the world for so long. The food
is an eclectic mix of Thai, Chinese and
Indian cuisine and basically includes
all the best bits from Thai, Chinese
and Indian dishes.
“Really? The food’s OK?” I hear you ask…
07: Cheap Beer!
I have made it a personal mission to
sample as many local beers
throughout the world as I possibly
can… so far, Myanmar Beer is without
a doubt my favourite brand. For just
50 cents, you can have a cool,
refreshing, tap drawn beer in a iced
glass. For five bucks, you can get well
and truly merry. Mandalay Beer
makes a tasty alternative if you get
sick of Myanmar Beer but I can
guarantee you won’t.
Beer for 50 cents?!
08: Stunning Islands & Beaches
Most Backpackers are not yet aware that Burma has some of the world’s
most beautiful beaches and islands.
Burma has a hidden paradise of unexplored beaches and islands
In Burma, there is a ton
of activities for the
but one of the best has
got to be exploring
some of the huge caves
which pockmark the
Discover cavernous underground temples filled with Buddha images
10: It’s changing fast
Burma is well and truly back on
the Backpacker map and in 2014 it
has become THE place to go. I was
lucky enough to first visit in 2012
and I met perhaps a dozen
backpackers in my entire time
there. These days, more and more
backpackers are tagging Burma on
to the classic Thailand – Laos –
Vietnam – Cambodia route, and
Now is the time to go!
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Lathar Township, Yangon, Myanmar
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