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Pan Zaixiang
It was soon down to the final two days of our trip and our plan was to end it off with a trek from Pindaya towards Kalaw. The entire trek would take slightly more than a day, and this meant that we would have to spend one night in a village in the mountains. I...
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On the third day, we made a trip to visit the local market at Nam Pan village. Similar to the other local Burmese markets that I have visited, this too was bustling and thriving with activity. Locals were selling a wide variety of goods ranging from electronics to dried goods to clothing. There was even...
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The next day, we headed for the Shan State capital city of Taunggyi. We stopped by Aythaya Vineyard, the first winery in Myanmar which was opened by the German entrepreneur. For wine lovers, it would be the perfect place as you will be able to witness the whole flow of wine-making right from the growing...
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Situated geographically in the northeast of Myanmar, the Shan State is today the largest state in the country. With the mountainous landscape where the average height is between 2,000 and 3,000 feet above sea level, it has resulted in cooling climate in this region especially during the winter season. As someone hailing from the hot...
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The next day, we decided to embark on a half-day trip from Mandalay to Mingun. Mingun is a place that is well-known as a photography paradise to many tourists and to get there, we had to take a 1-hour boat ride across the Ayeyarwady river. Upon arrival, we headed straight for the Museum of the...
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It was not to be the end of stunning sights and the jaw dropping Gokteik Viaduct was next on my list the following day. Located between Nawnghkio and Kyaukme along the historic Burma Road, and 100km northeast of Mandalay, the Gokteik Viaduct was built during the British colonial times and is a spectacular railway bridge...
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After witnessing the beauty of Bagan, my initial thought was that it would be quite impossible for anything else that I was going to see from then on to match the heights of Bagan. But at this point of penning down this blog, it would be safe to say that I was proven quite wrong....
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If the first day in Bagan was magical, then the second day was just as brilliant. We started the day by visiting the Thatbyinnyu Temple. Known as the largest and tallest temple in Bagan, it has been supported financially by the Chinese government to restore it after it was badly damaged during the 2016 earthquake....
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Bagan, renowned as one of the most beautiful places in Myanmar with its myriad of ancient temples and pagodas. As the Buddhist capital of the first Myanmar dynasty from the 9th to 13th centuries, this was undoubtedly a place steeped in rich history. As someone hailing from a modern city like Singapore, I knew that...
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