Travel to Myanmar – A Dream
I have visited the Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia and have a dream to visit the mystical country of Myanmar. So, nowadays I am collecting information about this magical country and here I got a Myanmar forum named Mingalapar, along with other sites, which I find very useful, because I can directly ask questions on it and get my queries solved about Myanmar. Actually this type of forum should be there for every country, because it is quite useful in getting actual information from people who visit that particular country or are its residents.
Actually Myanmar is surrounded by countries equally mystical as itself, like India and China and I feel like visiting those countries too. Just like these countries, Myanmar too has a glorious history of settlers and intruders, who came here from all over the world and finally to add a colonial patch into the collage of Burmese history, the British too reigned here.
Yangon is the most recent capital of Myanmar and its economic capital too. On Mingalapar, I got all the information about Yangon like places of interest, hotels, best places to conduct meetings, amusement parks in Yangon, movie theatres, cafés, old buildings, colonial buildings and much more.
Bagan is also an interesting city. It is the former capital of the ancient Pagan rulers and has thousands of pagodas. This city is famous for its amazing sunset and its lacquerware. Wow, this city attracts me and I feel to make it my base when I will travel to Myanmar. Kumudura hotel has been recommended by many visitors of Minagalapar, so I am deciding to choose it as my base. Many Westerners are interested to choose Bagan as proposed property investment.
I am also now eager to visit the Inle Lake which has an unspoiled jungle surrounding and abundance of wildlife as reviewed by travelers. I like jungles and wildlife. And for the same reason my favorite country is Indonesia. I think Myanmar too will catch up my mind as per its description available on Mingalapar. And the description of train from the lake to Kalaw is mind-blowing. It is good that I read it on this forum, otherwise I would have thought of some other mode of transportation, but now I will definitely travel by this train which shows stunning scenery on its exceptionally turning route. Inle Lake is currently being studied by the UNESCO to take it on its list of biosphere reserves.
I am also eager to enjoy the folk arts of this charismatic country. From the descriptions on Mingalapar, this seems an astoundingly beautiful country and will make some heartwarming photos for me.
If you too are thinking of visiting Myanmar, don’t forget to study the country thoroughly on Mingalapar which will give you a new vision about it.