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Visiting Myanmar is like opening a long-lost treasure chest from the attic, full of unexpected wonders. Isolated from the rest of the world until recently, it is a land where fables become reality. Images of pagodas piercing the sunset, barefoot monks on dusty lanes, lively markets and crumbling colonial villas have sparked a rush among travelers to see the country before it becomes another globalized tourist trap.

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In most countries, the first place you’d visit would be the capital, but not so in Myanmar. Naypyidaw, the official capital since 2006, is a ghost town of empty boulevards and imposing government buildings. By contrast, the former capital, Yangon, is a delightful mix of colonial mansions, sprawling markets, relaxing parks and sparkling pagodas such as the Shwedagon, Myanmar’s main attraction. Besides Yangon, other must-see sites are Bagan, with thousands of pagodas dotting the plain; Inle Lake with its leg-rowing fishermen; and Mandalay, the former capital of the Kingdom of Ava and Myanmar’s second-largest city.

For adventurous travelers, however, there are plenty of opportunities to get off the beaten track. At Kyaiktiyo, a golden rock perches precariously over a crag; Kyaing Tong is surrounded by villages of the Wa, Akha and Lahu hill tribes; and Ngapali is a peaceful beach resort on the shores of the Bay of Bengal.


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