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Bagan World Heritage

Posted by on Jul 23, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on Bagan World Heritage

Bagan World Heritage

The world heritage site of BAGAN, MYANMAR. The great date of Bagan is on 6th July 2019. Because, the 43th session of the  world Heritage nomination committee announced BAGAN is become one of world heritage in BAKU, AZERBAIJAN on 6/7/19. Bagan is come from PYU GAMA, then to PU GAN and now to present BAGAN. The Bagan dynasty was flourished from 1044  AD to 1325 AD. The 55 kings are seated the throne in Bagan dynasty. During these days, king ANAWRAHTA change the religion from A YEE GYI worshipment to TERAVADA buddhism. Bagan is located at east bank of Ayeyarwady river,...

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Naga Land Traveller

Posted by on Jan 13, 2018 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Naga Land Traveller

Naga Land Traveller

Welcoming & Hailing the Naga New Year Festival 2018 S.S.T Tourism Company published ” NAGA LAND TRAVELER ” BOOK in Burmese on 02 January 2018. For buying, contact to S.S.T Tourism Office Phone: 01-255536, 393094 Serendipity By Brenda Davidson-Shaddox Serendipity – the occurrence of an event by chance that leads to a valuable or pleasant outcome. When planning my first trip to Myanmar on my own, I booked with the only Myanmar guide I knew to handle my arrangements. It was in the late 1980s when travel within that country was highly regulated. Having a local guide was...

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Irrawaddy Dolphin Watching Guidelines

Posted by on May 22, 2017 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Irrawaddy Dolphin Watching Guidelines

Irrawaddy Dolphin Watching Guidelines

IRRAWADDY DOLPHIN WATCHING GUIDELINES FOR TOURISTS AND TOURISM OPERATORS Seeing Irrawaddy Dolphin and other wildlife in their natural environment can be a trilling and unforgettable experience. The cooperative fishery practiced between Irrawaddy dolphins and cast-net fishermen is a unique phenomenon. It is part of the rich cultural heritage and biodiversity of Myanmar. While watching wildlife, people sometime forget that their presence can have a negative impact on wildlife and their behavior. Just like us, wild animals need space to find food, choose mates, raise young, socialize and...

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Community Tourism Rakhine- Community Based Tourism

Posted by on Jun 2, 2015 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Community Tourism Rakhine- Community Based Tourism

Community Tourism Rakhine- Community Based Tourism

Visit to Community Tourism in Rakhine State Send Booking QueryCommunity tourism in Rakhine have been developing by RCA, the biggest conservation NGO in the state. We encourage to visit an exciting new community-based eco-tourism project in the earliest stages of development, we are happy to begin welcoming small numbers of travelers interested in experiencing the unique culture and environment of our beautiful Rakhine Coast, as well as researchers and scientists interested in studying the area. Local Community Kid on Turtle Ride With the exception of Ngapali Beach two hours north of...

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Exploration to ancient Suvannabhumi

Posted by on Oct 4, 2013 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Exploration to ancient Suvannabhumi

Exploration to ancient Suvannabhumi

Exploration to the Ancient Suvannabhumi Located in Mon State, Lower Myanmar More detail in Suvannabhumi.org In the early centuries of the Christian era the Mons were settled in the region between the Sittaung and Thanlwin Rivers which was known as the Mon Kingdom of Ramannadesa. Thaton (Sudhamma), the seat of this kingdom was known as Suvarnabhumi or the Golden Land which also applies to the whole region of continental Southeast Asia around the Bay of Bengal. Tradition ascribes the founding of the city to King Siharaja during the life time of Buddha while the Mahavamsa, a Sinhalese...

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