Myanmar
Myanmar, formerly called Burma and nicknamed the “Golden Land" is a completely unusual and surprising destination. Back in 1898, Rudyard Kipling wrote: “Burma, a country that is different from all you know”.

Essential

In Yangon, the main city of the country, the majestic Schwedagon Pagoda leaves travelers speechless. The markets are fabulous and offer the opportunity to observe the local life. Mandalay, the second largest city is surrounded by majestic ancient royal capitals. A cruise on the Irrawaddy River or even a boat excursion on the Inle Lake are magical ways to enjoy these authentic places. Bagan is considered as one of the most remarkable archeological sites of South East Asia offering travelers a real time travel through its 3,000 temples and stupas.

Architecture

The temples, stupas, pagodas and other colonial buildings contribute to the architectural richness of Myanmar. Exploring it is the best way to immerse in this rich culture built by the numerous ethnic minorities within the country.
General Information
  • CapitalNaypyidaw
  • CurrencyKyat (MMK)
  • Area678,500 Km²
  • Population51,419,420
  • LanguageBurmese
US

US Dollar ↔ Kyat

EURO

Euro ↔ Kyat

*These rates are provided for information only and should not be used for commercial purposes.

Climate
Mandalay
  • Jan
    25oc
  • Feb
    27oc
  • Mar
    29oc
  • Apr
    34oc
  • May
    31oc
  • Jun
    28oc
  • Jul
    27oc
  • Aug
    27oc
  • Sep
    27oc
  • Oct
    28oc
  • Nov
    27oc
  • Dec
    25oc
Climate
Ngapali
  • Jan
    25oc
  • Feb
    25oc
  • Mar
    27oc
  • Apr
    29oc
  • May
    29oc
  • Jun
    27oc
  • Jul
    27oc
  • Aug
    27oc
  • Sep
    27oc
  • Oct
    28oc
  • Nov
    27oc
  • Dec
    25oc
Climate
Yangon
  • Jan
    22oc
  • Feb
    23oc
  • Mar
    28oc
  • Apr
    32oc
  • May
    32oc
  • Jun
    31oc
  • Jul
    31oc
  • Aug
    31oc
  • Sep
    29oc
  • Oct
    28oc
  • Nov
    25oc
  • Dec
    22oc
  • Sunny
  • Light rains
  • Cloudy
  • Stormy

Naypyidaw

This administrative capital houses the majority of different government ministries. Mixing modern and traditional architecture, it offers many places of interest. The Town Hall and the convention center are part of the inevitable.

*This map is provided by Google and we would like to apologize if some names used (cities, sea/ocean or others) do not match the official names of the Myanmar government.