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Asian Tour's blog aims to showcase the exotic natural and cultural beauty of Myanmar. We hope our articles give you feelings of wanderlust and the desire to explore Myanmar as your next dream holiday destination.

Myanmar| Update On Covid-19 Pandemic

Posted on Thu August 13, 2020.

MYANMAR | Update on Covid-19 Pandemic

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread all over the world and the situation has our fullest attention.

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Myanmar Domestic Tourism Reopen

Posted on Sat July 25, 2020.

Myanmar has designed a strategic roadmap for the recovery of its tourism sector, Minister for Hotels and Tourism U Ohn Maung announced on Tuesday (June 9).

“The tourism industry in the 'new normal' will operate in accordance with the ministry's roadmap and in cooperation with related tourism organizations,” he said. The Myanmar government has been working on a strategic recovery plan for the tourism industry since April and has come up with three phases.

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Myaing Community Based Tourism

Posted on Thu June 18, 2020.

The place offers different from others such as authentic rural lifestyle of Burma Society which can be seen pure smiles and a warm welcome from people.

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Most Popular Food in Myanmar That You Should Try

Posted on Sat May 23, 2020.

Traditional Foods | Street Foods | Famous Snacks

Although Myanmar Foods is influenced by India, China, Thailand and the culinary cultures of many ethnic minorities, so Burmese food is wonderfully diverse. Myanmar foods has own characteristics not only people, cultures, landscapes but also foods attract a lot of visitors to learn and enjoy. Here under are the best Myanmar Traditional Foods, Street Foods and Famous Snacks to taste while travelling in Myanmar.

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10 Amazing Things to Do Around Inle Lake

Posted on Fri May 8, 2020.

Inle Lake known as a memorable, a unique area in Myanmar and also one of the most magical places on earth. Inle Lake is quickly becoming a popular destination for travelers and which is located in the Nyaung Shwe Township of Taunggyi District of Shan State. The Lake is famous for its floating villages, gardens and the unique ways of life of its inhabitants. The people of Inle lake are called Intha, meaning ‘sons of the Lake’ and they live around the lake. In addition, other small ethnic groups live in the area including the Pa O tribes. Most of Inle Lake’s inhabitants are farmers and fishermen with unique farming and fishing methods of their own. Local fishermen take their boats out on the lake every day and are known for having a specific and unique rowing style that involves balancing on one foot while rowing with the other. This rowing style can only be seen at Inle Lake in Myanmar.

Although it’s the second largest lake in Myanmar its name literally translates to small (Le) Lake (in). Le also means four and initially, there were only four villages around the body of water so perhaps that’s a more logical translation. People all over the world are journeying to its shimmering waters in search of quaint lifestyle, various natural, cultural, religious, historic sites and delicious Shan Noodles. Add Inle Lake to your Route through Myanmar. If you are wondering what to do in Inle Lake and how to plan the perfect tour around the lake, we’ve gathered 10 amazing things for you to do around Inle Lake with our best experiences.

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