Submitted by tdlinn on Mon, 03/30/2015 - 14:03
The famous U Bein Bridge is certainly one of the most photographed iconic sites near the northern city of Mandalay, but not many visitors are aware that the bridge is actually showing the ravages of time despite its sturdy teakwood architecture.
Submitted by hadminh on Sat, 01/17/2015 - 14:44
Tourists on MS The World cruise ship, who had been visiting to Mergui Archipelago since January 12, reportedly visited Makyonegalet Island Village, the home of Salone Tribes, on January 13 and donated some items. The villagers performed traditional Salone Nat Pwe for the visitors in return, according to the Hotels and Tourism Development Department, Kawthaung District.
Submitted by hadminh on Sat, 01/17/2015 - 14:22
Within four months of the launch of the E-Visa system, more than 30,000 foreign travellers entered Myanmar, most of them from the US, followed by Britain and Japan.
The E-Visa system, which allows tourists to secure temporary visas online, was launched on September 1, 2014, for 41 countries, most of which were in Asia. On October 2, 27 more countries were included in the program, including several European countries.