Shwe Inn Tain

Shwe Inn Tain and its 1,054 pagodas, just a twentyn-minute boat ride from Inlay Lake – Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda, is a beautiful and powerful experience to be there, surrounded by so many untouched and strongly meaningful pagodas. Many of the pagodas have been reconstructed and some have even been covered in shimmering

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Mont San

Most of Myanmar local snacks are made of rice and glutinous rice. Mont-san is a kind of glutinous rice. To be Mont-san, someone have to roast unripe rice and then pound them softly with a pestle to flat. In Myanmar, Mont-san snack is offered to U Shin Gyi (Lord of the Sea or Conqueror of the Seas) is a Burmese nat commonly venerated in

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Mohingar is an essential food of Burmese cuisine and a Burmese catfish chowder. It is considered by many to be the national dish of Myanmar. Mohingar - meaning "bitter-gravy dish" is a misomer since it contains nothing bitter, but is sweetness or delicioustates itself. It is a mixture of rice-noodles and fish soup. Moreover, it is an

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u shin gyi

Myanmar (Burma) may be best known, as far as faith goes, for its Buddhism and burgundy-robed monks. The main religion in Myanmar is Theravada Buddhism which has been the official religion since the 11th century. About 90% of the Burmese people follow Buddhism. But as much as 80% of the population also believes in the nats. The

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Pyin Oo Lwin was formerly known as May Myo. It is a resort town in Mandalay Division in Myanmar, located some 67 kilometers east of Mandalay, and at an altitude of 1070 meters (3510 feet). It was initially a Shan village situated between Naungcho and Mandalay on the Lashio-Mandalay road. Pyin Oo Lwin is also known as " Pan Myo Daw",

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