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Bamaw


Bamaw is a small town and sets prettily amid rolling hills. One can encounter colourfully dressed members of Lisu, Rawan, Kachin, Shan and Palaung national races shop in the town. Some street bazaars open at around 4 am, with flickering candles dimly showing fruits, flowers and vegetables. It is possible to take a double-decker river boat from Bhamo to Mandalay. It’s an enjoyable trip, which passes through the scenic beauty of nature.

Myitkyina


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Myitkyina is the capital of Kachin State where visitors can enjoy the scene of the confluence (Myitsone) of Maikha and Malikha, the source of the Ayeyarwaddy River. There are regular flights from Yangon and Mandalay to Myitkyina. In Myitkyina central market you will find a vast array of their thick cotton fabrics with designs woven in red wool or shoulder bags decorated with silver Kachin motifs.

Kyaing Tong


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Kyaing Tong is the capital city of the Golden Triangle Region, a pretty place where stroll in the evening around Naung Ton Lake. Kyaik Tong has many sites to see besides the ethnic tribes in colourful dresses. It is the main gateway and strategic location between Myanmar, Thailand, China and Laos. There are many hill tribes such as Wa, Shan, Akha and Lahu that live separately in different villages around hill sites. There are regular flights from Yangon to Kyaik Tong.

Lashio


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Myitkyina is the capital of Kachin State where visitors can enjoy the scene of the confluence (Myitsone) of Maikha and Malikha, the source of the Ayeyarwaddy River. There are regular flights from Yangon and Mandalay to Myitkyina. In Myitkyina central market you will find a vast array of their thick cotton fabrics with designs woven in red wool or shoulder bags decorated with silver Kachin motifs.

Mrauk U


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Mrauk-U was the capital city of 48 kings for 355 years and was founded by King Mong Saw Mon in 1430. The city offers the visitor many chances to study the cultural and traditional heritage handed down to the present day Rakhine generation by their forefathers. Mrauk U can rightfully be claimed as the Open-air Museum of the arts and culture of the people of Rakhine. The Golden days of this city were between the 16th and 17th centuries and contemporary to the days of the Tudor Kings, the Moguls, the Ayuthaya Kings and the Ava (Inwa), Taungoo and Hanthawaddy Kings of Myanmar. The city was well-fortified with 19 mile long fortification walls, moats and natural barriers: the then war-torn Rakhine began to regard it as the Promised Land. Once, more than six million shrines and pagodas flourished and there is rarely a hilltop that does not adorn itself with one pagoda or another. After the annexation of Arakan (Rakhine) by the British, the capital was shifted to Sittwe (Akyab): since that time Mrauk-U was known by the people as Mrohaung (Old City). The name Mrohaung was given by the British when they shifted their seat of administration to Sittwe in 1826. The original name was restored in 1979. The city is just 40 miles away by river from Sittwe and the trip takes 3 to 4 hours. There are daily flights to Sittwe from Yangon which take 2 hours via Thandwe. The boat departs from a jetty in the Sattroegya, a tributary creek of the Kaladan River and on the way there are many places of interest to be seen along the river.

 

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