As yesterday we arrived in Bago, we are still trying to get used to all the local traffic rush. After a short night sleep, today we are setting off for Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, known as Golden Rock Pagoda.
Definitely Bago was the most original part of our trip to Myanmar, as it’s not really tourists’ priority, thus kept some of its authentic charm. In a previous post I was leaving you on the note that we took the train from Yangon to Bago. Now it’s time to tell you how we got there and what happened in the first half day in Bago. The Bago adventure begins!
If you are preparing for a visit to Southeast Asia, and you want to budget your destination, it’s possible that you also asked yourself How much things cost in Myanmar?. Well, don’t worry, this post is just for you.
There are two best moments to visit this Shwedagon Pagoda: sunrise or sunset. Check out the newest post on our sunrise moments at Shwedagon Pagoda and a walk in Kandawgyi Park.
After having prepared this trip to Myanmar for about a whole year, I knew it was the best period to visit: the dry “cold” season. Discover how we spend the first part of our 36 hours in Yangon.
Preparing for a travel adventure in an unknown land can be stressful, mainly because sometimes, the information that we need is not available on the internet. Continue reading to find more about what you need to know before traveling to Myanmar.
When planing for Myanmar, I was overwhelmed by the lack of information about certain subjects, like documents, money and attractions to visit, so I decided I should cover them myself in a post.
Today I present some of these aspects, so here’s what you need to prepare for your Myanmar travel.
Yet another country of smiling people, we’ve chosen this destination for our holidays because contrary to its neighbours, Myanmar is not yet invaded by tourists. Discover here my Myanmar bucketlist.