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Locally known as Burma, Myanmar is located in South East Asia next to Thailand. The country has very interesting history with a lot of it related to trade and Buddhism. Myanmar has been the largest exporter of rice as well as teak. Now tourism also plays an important role in the nation`s economy. There is no ground transportation to take you to Myanmar and air transport is the only option for tourists, so it is a good idea to book your flights to Myanmar .

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climate

Situated in the monsoon part of Asia, some part of Myanmar lies on the equator and some on the tropic of cancer. The northern part of the country is relatively cold while the southern can be much warmer. The best times to visit are from November to February. Hotels and flights are very much reserved during these times due to the high number of people arriving at these times. So plan your trip and book cheap flights to Myanmar months in advance.

sightseeing

Myanmar offers great sightseeing opportunities, from temples to white sandy beaches. Here are some tourist attractions to add to your list once you secure a cheap flight to Myanmar.

The Taung Kalat is a Buddhist monastery located on top of a dead volcanic site. The view from the ground is just stunning and the same can be said for the top. Visitors would have to climb 750 plus steps to reach the monastery. Avoid any handbags or shopping bags while going up since you`ll come across monkeys who will be willing to snatch your belongings in search of food. The Shwenandaw Monastery also known as the golden palace is located in Mandalay. It was firstly built to serve the king`s royal home. Once it was covered in gold but now it is all covered with decorative teak carvings representing Buddhist myths. Also there are carvings made of stone that can be seen everywhere around the structure.

Starting from the Himalayas, the Ayeyarwady River stretches all the way to the Andaman Sea. It is wide enough for large ships and boats to navigate in the lower parts. It is becoming a popular river cruise option among tourists. Cruises route between Bagan and Mandalay. You will come across jungles, river villages, gorges and beakless dolphins. Ngapali is a town popular among tourists for relaxing and lying on white sandy beaches surrounded by blue waters. Combine that with a fishing atmosphere and luxury hotels and you are sure to have a great time.

The Inle Lake is rated one of the top attractions of Myanmar. It offers natural beauty and tilt houses of the Intha that belong to the descendants of Mon people. You can experience the lake on a narrow boat, which will also take you to stilt villages, several pagodas and markets. You would come across, fishing boats, floating gardens and Intha residents attending to fruit and vegetables on the floating gardens. Mrauk U is considered an important archeological point of interest. The heavy walls were actually made to protect the temples from strong winds. The town was an important Arakan capital and a major trading center. Getting here involves a five to seven hour boat ride. The area receives plenty of rainfall so better take precautions.

The Shwedagon Pagoda is considered the most sacred site in Myanmar regarding Buddhism. It contains important religious relics including Buddha`s hair. The building is covered in gold leaf and looks just amazing after nightfall. The stupa is covered in around 4500 diamonds and the pagoda is 99 meters tall. There are also other temples, stupas and temples around the area. Bagan is another place for people interested in Buddhist temples. Bagan has more temples than any other city in the world; it was the capital between 9th and 13th centuries of the Burmese empire. Marco Polo called it the “gilded city”.

hotels

With so many tourist attractions in the country, Myanmar has very comfortable and up to date accommodations for its guests. Here are some hotels you can add to your cheap flights to Myanmar.

The Belmond`s Governor Residence might be pricey but it is worth every penny. Guests have praised it for its services and facilities. There is a pool, restaurant and spa on site. The Thande Beach Hotel is located in Ngapali. The location and view from the hotel is just amazing. Moreover, the available facilities offer pretty much everything you could possibly want. A restaurant, spa, pool, beachfront and fitness center whatever you want is all there. In Bagan, the Blue Bird Hotel is one of the best options to stay. It has received very positive reviews due to its extraordinary services. The rooms are stylish and large, the guests have expressed how clean the hotel is. Moreover, there is no shortage of amenities such as pool, restaurant, room service etc.

If you are an enthusiast of South Asian cultures or are hungry for experiencing something new and different, Myanmar is the perfect place to come. So reserve your cheap flights to Myanmar and have your dream trip.

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