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"Myanmar is adjacent attached to seacoasts, scenes of beaches you can view, and also enriched Hill land, Mountain View Point could also be enjoyable. Rivers, Streams, Lakes and Ponds abundance make you feel pleased on boat-rides. As most people in Myanmar are Buddhists, there are so many Pagodas, Buddha Images, and Monasteries to visit elsewhere. Ethnicity collective unique Myanmar is able to be observed variety of Customs and Traditions, and not an Industrial nation yet, still a developing country, Hand-crafts are reliable that could study Hand-made Domestic Works a lot."
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Second Taolu World Cup wushu competition starts this weekend
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Poachers kill 15 wild elephants in first 9 months, say officials
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Court continues recording statement by prosecutor in Han Htoo and four case
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Pahtothamya Temple
The Pahtothamya temple is one of the oldest temples of Bagan.
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U Do Golf Resort
U Do Golf Resort is located only 58 miles from Yangon. U Do Golf Resort was opened in November of 2008.
Yangon
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Maha Bodhi Ta Htaung
Maha Bodhi Ta Htaung (lit. 'a thousand great Bo trees') is a famous Buddhist region and monastery located in Monywa Township, Sagaing Region, Myanmar (Burma).
Monywa
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Maha Myat Muni Pagoda
The Maha Myat Muni Pagoda is located at the Southwest of Mandalay, where inside lies the Maha Myat Muni Buddha Image.
Mandalay
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National Races Village
At National Races Village park visitors will be able to explore the custom and culture of main races in Myanmar.
Yangon
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Pantamault (Stone carving)

The art of Pantamault (stone sculpture) is the stone curving. The artisans make Buddha images pole for sima, pillar, leograph, elephants, deer, circular flat stone, pestle and mortar and table. Sculpture in stone is a significant feature of Myanmar fine arts, has to this day been the pride and honor of Myanmar people. There are s...

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Thanaka

Thanaka (also spelt thanakha) is a yellowish-white cosmetic paste made from ground bark. It is a distinctive feature of Myanmar (formerly Burma) seen commonly applied to the face and sometimes the arms of women and girls and to a lesser extent men and boys. The use of thanaka has also spread to n...

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Panbu (Sculpture)

The art of Panbu (Sculpture) means the one which produces figures and floral designs made of wood or ivory. The artisans make the figure of human beings and animals and floral designs. Myanmar’s traditional sculpture emerged before the Bagan period and it improved in the middle of Bagan Era. Myanmar’s sculpture base t...

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Embassy
There are a list of Foreign Embassies in Myanmar and Myanmar Embassies around the world. We hope it can be useful for you what want to know about Myanmar and where to go with ease and security when you are travelling in Myanmar.
Currency
The kyat is the currency of Myanmar and the currency code for Kyats is MMK. US dollar is the most acceptable currency. You can exchange money at banks, airports, shopping centers and down town easily now.
Spoken Language
Burmese is the main language, but English is spoken by many people in cities and tourist areas (to varying degrees of proficiency); most hotels and tour agencies have some staff with a reasonable level of understanding.
Food In Myanmar
 
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Mon Fish Curry
Meal Of Mon People

This dish is one of a Mon traditional fish curry. You will not get the smell the fish and invite you with appetizing smell. Have strong taste of sour and hot in great balance may change your favorite dish.

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Spicy and Hot Pain-sware with Prawn Curry
Meal Of Bamar People

Pain-sware can fine at market in rainy season. This seasonal vegetable is match to cook with prawn and I believe you will love to eat this delicious dish.

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Pork with Sweet White Radish
Meal Of Bamar People

Pork with sweet white radish is easy to cook and tasty main dish. Sweet flavor of radish is top of all flavor in this dish.

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CatFish with Morinda Curry
Meal Of Bamar People

“Ye Yoe”, Morinda leave, is a medicinal leave and Myanmar people used this leave in cooking. Mostly cooked with fishes and I used catfish this time. You can easily notice different delicious curry of catfish with morinda leave by smell.

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Traditional Music and Dance
 
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Zat pwe duet dance
Dance Of Bamar People

All-night performances, which combine melodrama, slapstick, traditional dance, and even pop music are called "zat pwe" in Burma. These seasonal events are staged in enclos...

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Nat dance
Dance Of Bamar People

In Burma, it is traditional to make an offering of a green coconut, three hands of bananas, and a few other accessories, to the Guardian Spirit of Land (a nat) prior to an important...

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Bagan Dance
Dance Of Bamar People

This dance originates from the time of the Pyu kingdoms (5th-10th century). A small number of relatively crude musical instruments were used and the dance style is slow and sedate. ...

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