From the very moment you step foot on the ground in Myanmar you are in for a truly unique experience. Now more so than ever people from around the world are beginning to see Myanmar for what it is - a truly fascinating and unique destination filled with the spirituality of Buddhism beliefs and arguably some of the friendliest and most charming people on this planet.
All who have visited Myanmar rejoice their every expectation was exceeded as they experienced a land, culture and race more beautiful, warm and friendly than one could have ever hoped for.
The true feeling one gets from visiting Myanmar was immortalized in the words or Rudyard Kipling and his famous quote:
This is Burma and it is unlike any land you know about.”
Rudyard Kipling, Letters from the East (1898)
Being cut off from the rest of the world for so many decades, Myanmar has achieved a unique preservation of culture bounded by a rich, unspoilt landscape. Abundant in natural resources, the landscape of Myanmar ranks amongst the most breathtaking sights anywhere in the world. Each of the destinations within Myanmar; whether it be Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay or Inle Lake have striking features differentiating Myanmar from any other destination within South East Asia.
Myanmar is referred to Amarapura, the Land of Immortality, and Yadanarbon, the Land of the Gems. Today it is known as Suvanabhomi, the Golden Land. Once you have experienced the rich heritage and natural resources of this country, you will see just why these titles are such a true reflection of the land.