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Union of Myanmar, is the largest country by geographical area in mainland Southeast Asia, or Indochina. The country is bordered by the People's Republic of China on the northeast, Laos on the east, Thailand on the southeast, Bangladesh on the west, India on the northwest, and the Bay of Bengal to the southwest with the Andaman Sea defining its southern periphery. One-third of Burma's total perimeter, 1,930 kilometres , forms an uninterrupted coastline. The country's culture, heavily influenced by neighbours, is based on Theravada Buddhism intertwined with local elements. Burma's diverse population has played a major role in defining its politics, history and demographics in modern times, and the country continues to struggle to mend its ethnic tensions. The military has dominated government since General Ne Win led a coup in 1962 that toppled the civilian government of U Nu. Burma remains under the tight control of the military-led State Peace and Development Council.

   
 
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Trekking in Myanmar - Putao
Trekking in Myanmar Trekking can be done in many places in Myanmar especially in the mountainous region of Myanmar or Burma. Visitors have the opportunities to go and visit the tribal villages around Natma Taung (Mt. Victoria)in the Chin State , Northern western Myanmar, around the Inle lake, Pindaya or Kalaw in and around Kyaing Tong {Keng Tung}, eastern Myanmar.Well off the beaten track and far from any road, the best way to explore is by trekking, spending nights in monasteries along the way. Visitors can not only enjoy the scenery but also interact with the villagers .Chin villages around Natma Taung are not only picturesque but also interesting. The women folks in these Chin villages tattoo their faces accordingly to their ancient b...

Know about Myanmar - Yangon
Know about Myanmar Myanmar, or Burma as it is still more familiarly known in the West, is a country where magnificent and ancient Buddhist temples gaze out serenely over a nation restless for change. Myanmar has plenty of wonders for the eye--sinuous, life-giving rivers, lush mountain forests, and intricately-drawn cities--but it can also trouble the soul. For the last 30 years, its people have been ruled by a notoriously repressive military government, the tatmadaw. Travel to Myanmar is as a result a rather vexed moral question, as the bulk of tourist revenue falls into the government's coffers. Against this coldly financial argument, however, is the notion that interaction with Myanmar's people and culture helps to encourage chang...

Taung Byone Festival Nat Pwe - Bagan
Taung Byone Festival Nat Pwe Taung Byone Festival-Nat Pwe

Mount Popa is a vast volcanic mountain that overwhelms the flat landscape. It is only about one hour drive from Bagan. Popa is located near Bagan and it has many legendary stories about the spirits (Nats) of today. This annual festival is known as Taung Byone festival, it is usually held during the month of August. The Nats are believed to be super natural powerful beings, stated between the gods and the spiritual beings. The Myanmars still worship them vigorously, and believe that the Nats can bring luck and prosperity to the worshippers and can also bring danger to those who do not respect them. The word Nat is unclear. It may be derive from the Hindu Natha w...

Festival of Lights, Thadingyut - Yangon
Festival of Lights, Thadingyut Festival of Lights (Thadingyut) (Countrywide)

Thadingyut is a seven-month of Burmese calendar and the end of lent. Three days of lights festival, namely the day before full moon, the full moon day and the days after. Illuminations are there to celebrate the anniversary of Buddha's return from the celestial abode where He had spent the lent teaching the celestials about His Law. Among the gods was the one who was the mother of Buddha, reborn there. It was on the full moon day of Thadingyut month that Buddha descended to the abode of humans. He and His disciples were attended by a heavenly host of celestials who created a pathway of star ladder. Buddhist on earth illuminated the homes and streets ...

Water Festival A Biggest Festival in Myanmar - Yangon
Water Festival A Biggest Festival in Myanmar The biggest festival in Myanmar is the water festival, called Thingyun, held in the second week of April, the local month of Tagu. According to the Myanmar calendar, Thingyan is the period of transition from the old to New Year, and to welcome in the New Year people cheerfully douse each other with water. Teasing, playing and joking are all part of the spirit of the season. But Thingyan is not all play; it also has a serious religious element. According to folklore, Thagyamin , the king of celestia is comes to earth at this time in human form to check whether people are living and practicing Buddhist ways. So it is the time to do good deeds and make up for all the neglect and omissions one might be guilty of, and to r...