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Mrauk U

Mrauk U was the capital of the Rakhine State located near the Bay of Bengal. After the annexation by British, the capital was moved to Sittwe and the city was known as Mrohaung meaning ' The Old City '. The archaeological site remains as the Open- air Museum of the arts and culture of the people of Rakhine. Mrauk U is a place where cultural heritages have flourished for many years. Mrauk U Museum is located near the palace site. The ancient cultural crafts of Rakhine such as stone sculptures, stone inscriptions, musical instruments and various ancient relics are shown in the museum. The ancient city was the last capital of Rakhine kings and now it has a lot of famous ancient pagodas. The most famous pagodas are Shitthaung Pagoda (the Pagoda of 80,000 images) built by king Minbin with the big stones and slab; Koethaung Pagoda (the Pagoda of 90,000 images) built by King Min Theikha.


Pyay known as Prome is a town located on the bank of Ayeyarwady river in lower Myanmar. The Prome was named by British after they occupied Myanmar. It is easily accessible by rail and by road from Yangon. The towering gilded Shwesandaw Pagoda on a hill is the landmark of Pyay and visitors enjoy the lovely views of the town and the river from the pagoda platform. The town is surrounded by various pagodas and low hills in the distance.

The ancient city site of Pyu Kingdom, Thayekhittya (Srikhitera) is only a few miles from Pyay. The Shwemyetman Buddha Image wearing gold-plated spectacles situated in Shwedaung township is famous all over the length and breadth of the country due to its unique appearance with spectacles. Akauk Taung (the hill of tax- collection) on the other side of the river bank of Pyay where a number of Buddha images in sitting or lying positions are carved into the riverside cliffs. The Buddha images are all cut out of the rock in row by row. The Baw Baw Gyi Stupa in a cylindrical shape built by King Duttabaung and the Be Be Temple, not far away from the Baw Baw Gyi, with a seated Buddha image in cross-legged position and two disciples on either side are also places of interest.

Kachin State

Kachin is the northernmost State in Myanmar. It is a mountain region and can boast of snow-capped Mt. Khakaborazi ( 5881m ), the highest peak in Southeast Asia and the Inndawgyi, the largest natural lake in Myanmar with a famous pagoda and a large number of different kinds of animals and plants. The Khakaborazi National Park offers trekking and mountain climbing





The capital city of Kachin State lies on the western bank of Ayeyarwady River. Myitkyina central market is prominent for the products of cotton fabrics and shoulder bags with Kachin traditional style. Myitkyina is noted for the Inndawgyi, the natural largest lake in Myanmar and the Confluence called 'Myitsone ', one of the most beautiful places.




The Confluence

The Confluence is 43 km from north of Myitkyina. Maykha and Malikha rivers meet at the confluence to form the mighty Ayeyarwady river in the north of Kachin State.The source of Ayeyarwady river, the confluence offers the panoramic view with the crystal-clear water and the unspoiled beauty is one of the most beautiful places.


Bhamo is a town of Kachin State located 186 km from Myitkyina and smaller than Myitkyina. Taking river boat from Myitkyina to Bhamo and from Bhamo to Mandalay is an enjoyable trip which passes through beautiful First Defile and the Second Defile. The ancient city wall and natural hot springs are places of interest.


Situated in the north of Myitkyina, the small town is close to Mt. Khakaborizi, the highest mountain in Southeast Asia and surrounded by snow-capped mountains and the weather is cold all the year round. Putao is famous for the rare flora and fauna such as Black orchids, Wild flowers, various kinds of butterflies and other different kinds of rare animals.







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