Nyaung Shwe – Gateway to Inle lake

Nyaung Shwe is the jump off point for tourists who are visiting Inle Lake. It’s here where you could find hotels, hostels, restaurants and travel agencies that could arrange your trip to various points of Inle Lake. It also serve as the docking area for long tails boat that takes tourists and locals alike to […]

Meet the Nomads – Chris Backe of One Weird Globe

Chris Backe is the writer and owner of one of the most interesting travel blog in the planet called One Weird Globe. I think he’s the only one I know that writes about the odd and weird travel destinations around the globe. Chris is originally from US and moved to South Korea to teach English. […]

Visit Maha Wizaya Pagoda Before You Go to Shwedagon

Maha Wizaya Pagoda is not as popular as its neighboring Shwedagon Pagoda but it’s still definitely worth a visit. I didn’t know about Maha Wizaya when I arrived in Yangon however since we walked from Sule Paya to Shwedagon, we passed by this temple and decided to go and explore it. Maha Wizaya is said to […]

Meet the Nomads – Amanda Williams of A Dangerous Business

If you’re looking for an inspiration about travel and working at home then this blog is for you. Amanda Williams is the author and owner of A Dangerous Business where she shares a lot of helpful tips about traveling, managing a travel blog and working at home. What I love the most about Amanda’s blog […]

Shwedagon Pagoda – A Must Visit in Yangon, Myanmar

Shwedagon Pagoda would probably be one of the main reasons tourists flock to Yangon. It’s a beautiful historical landmark and also considered as the most sacred Buddhist pagoda in Myanmar. It is said that there are relics from the past Buddhas enshrined within the stupa such as the staff of Kakusandhi, the water filter of […]

Meet the Nomads – Ashley and Carolyn of The Lazy Travelers

For all the women travelers out there, this blog is for you. Ashley and Carolyn are two bestfriends from New York who travel a lot together. They also write a lot of helpful travel tips about the destinations that they have been to. It’s really a fun blog to read and I highly recommend that […]

Bogyoke Aung San Market

Bogyoke Aung San Market is one of the most visited places in Yangon. It was built in 1926 and was once known as Scott Market. The market is included in Yangon City Heritage list and a must visit for everyone who go to this city. I love visiting markets and even if I skipped some […]

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