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Yangon

written by Yangon at 17-Aug-2018

Yangon s the largest city in Myanmar. A mix of colonial architecture, modern highrises and gided buddish pagodas define its skyline. Its famed Shwedagon Pagoda, a huge, golden complex, draws thousands of pilgrims annually

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Myanmar Emergency Phone Number

written by Phyo Zaw at 04-Aug-2018

Myanmar Emergency Numbers

If you are in Myanmar for visit, we suggest to have at least one Myanmar phone number for you to have better communication with Everyone including to call Myanmar bus ticket's emergency phone number. And also, here is emergency numbers for you , just in case i

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Myanmar will start granting visa-free entry to tourists from Japan and South Korea in October to attract more visitors from Asia

written by Phyo Zaw at 01-Aug-2018

Myanmar will start granting visa-free entry to tourists from Japan and South Korea in October to attract more visitors from Asia – but travellers from mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau will still have to pay US$50 for visas upon arrival.

Despite the fee, Myanmar’s government is easi

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Inle lake travelling Experience

written by Johannes Harzer at 23-Jul-2018

I'm from Germany, I visited in Inle lake and took the bus form Yangon to Inle lake with Famous traveller on myanmarbusticket.com website. Floating villages and gardens and the unique way of life of the local Intha people, with their living communities based entirely on the water. I'm so happy to v

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Bagan village

written by Bagan Village ( Myanmar Local ) at 13-Jul-2018

Besides many ancient interesting pagodas, there are other places where you can see local peaceful life of village in Bagan. In this tour, you will feel another taste of Bagan like; workshops of weaver, Smith, Jewel making and lactery - wonderful quiet life of village which not like with urban busy

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Economic Hub OF Myanmar

written by Anonymous at 07-Jul-2018

Yangon is a huge city, by far the biggest in Myanmar, and its ramshackle charms deserve at least a few days exploration.


Yangon has itself only been the capital since 1885, when the British conquered northern Myanmar and moved the seat of government from Mandalay. But they had long hel

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Myanmar significant hotel Kandawgyi palace was on fire last night

written by Aung Lay at 19-Oct-2017

Myanmar significant hotel Kandawgyi palace was on fire last night

The midnight electric shock has burnt down famous Kandawgyi Palace Hotel in Yangon for nearly 4 hours starting from 3:30 am today.

Hundred members of fire brigade, police force and army were trying to extinguish the

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Why should I buy from Myanmar Bus Ticket ?

written by phyo zaw at 06-Feb-2017

HOW TO BUY BUS TICKETS IN MYANMAR

One of the simplest ways to get around in Myanmar is by travelling by bus, most especially if you are on a budget. Besides this, there are some destinations in Myanmar that require nothing but road transportation to get to, which means that if you do not

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Telephone Sim for tourist in Myanmar

written by learning bird at 01-Dec-2015

Myanmar Main Operators Telenor and MPT launch New Tourist SIM package.



Telenor Operator for Myanmar http://telenor.com.mm/ selling Tourist sim with 12000 MMK which includes 1G internet package , 5000 value worth top up money and free facebook features . The package is vali

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elephant camp in ngwe saung Beach

written by learning bird at 13-Jul-2018

In Ngwesaung, it will take you about 45 minutes to drive to Elephant Camp from the beach. The elephantcamp has been opening since 2000 in Padaung Village where elephants are well trained in the compound. You will have a great chance to join in many exciting activities such as riding, feeding and

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