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See the original blog post here. Saung Naing Gyi Waterfall is located near Golden Rock Pagoda along a dirt road in the village of Saung Naing Gyi.
The recently reopened secretariat building has witnessed the most dramatic moments of Myanmar’s history. A short tour inside the building is an eye opening experience due to its grandeur, colonial architecture, and interesting stories behind each of its walls. The Secretariat was the home and administrative seats of British Burma and is the spot where General Aung San and six […]
The Shan make up approximately 10% of Myanmar’s population. The Shan, or Tai Yai as they call themselves, are the second-largest nationality in the Union of Myanmar. Close relatives of the Thai, the Shan mainly inhabit the upland areas of northeast Myanmar. They work mostly as wet-rice farmers and practice Theravada Buddhism.
Originating in Shan State, this noodle dish has become a highlight of the local cuisine throughout Myanmar. Served in a noodle soup ingredients usually added are vegetables, chili, and marinated chicken or pork.
Sharky’s is a Yangon institution. From ice cream to steak, tortillas to pizza, and even a bakery, Sharky’s is the premier gourmet deli in Yangon. Their artisan deli and restaurant source all their ingredients from local farms. Their authentic homemade gelato and waffle cones are made fresh and available at all their locations.
Shwedagon Pagoda is the most sacred temple in all of Myanmar.
Signature sits in the Kandawgyi Lake Park and serves a selection of American, Italian, and Myanmar cuisine. The atmosphere feels like old world British and the staff are very friendly.
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Sule Pagoda is situated right in the center of Yangon. The Sule Pagoda is said to be over 2,000 years old and to enshrine a hair of Buddha. Its ‘Mon’ name ‘Kyaik Athok’ translates as “the pagoda where a Sacred Hair Relic is enshrined.” The pagoda is unusual in that its octagonal shape continues right up to the bell and […]