28/06/2016Luc Citrinot0 Interview with ZeyarMyoAung, Director of Tourism Promotion at Myanmar Ministry of Hotels and Tourism.ZeyarMyoAung has been for many years working inside the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism. For ASEAN.Travel, he explains what are the new commitments of ...
Yangon, the capital, also considered as the Garden City of the East" is the gateway to Myanmar. adorned with idyllic lakes, shady parks and green tropical vegetation, Yangon is at once friendly and welcoming. Yangon is also a growing bustling business centre. Yangon not-tobe-missed attraction is the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda atop Singuttara Hill, considered by many as the greatest and most impressive Buddhist pagoda in Myanmar today ... More Details
In Mandalay, you come closest to the real Myanmar of old. The second largest city of ... read more
Founded in 849 AD it became the capital of the first unified Kingdom and the first multinational .. read more
Singapore: Singapore is a nation of rich heritage, reflected in its food, places of worship and shops. Engage your senses and experience how multiculturalism is celebrated on this little island. Singapore is a melting pot of cultures, with major ethnic groups in the country being the Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians. Thailand: Probably the most visited and remembered landmark of Thailand, The Grand Palace in Bangkok is where every visitor must pay a visit at least once in their lifetime. Aiming to recreate the glory of the former capital city of Ayutthaya .. Read More
Myanmar is Long time ago, old indian had known Myanmar as 'Byama'. The earliest word of Myanmar came out in the area of Bagan especially in Taungoo Ni stone-inscription. In the 15th century, 'Burma' is firstly named by Portuguese who came to trade. Throughout the time of British's colony, English used 'Burma' for Burma ethnicity. Burma is an ethnicity among national races. The word of Myanmar embraces the national races of Kachin, Kayar, Kayin, Chin, Burma, Mon, Rakhine and Shan. It named Myanmar which refer all kinds of race that live together in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar in unity. ( From Myanmar Online Encyclopedia)
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