Yangon: capital also known as Rangon. It has numerous buildings of its colonial era as the High Court and the offices of the Port Authority. It has Buddhist temples as Sule Pagoda, the Kyaukhtatgyi pagoda with a reclining Buddha statue 70 Shwedagon meters long and the most important religious site for Burmese with its Stupa 100 Cover meters of gold leaf.
Bagan: Myanmar was the center of the XI centuries XIV, being at that time over 4.000 red brick temples in a vast plain.
Mandalay: second largest city of Myanmar. Kuthodaw Pagoda known as “the greatest book in the world”. Monastery golden Shwenandaw. Pagoda de Mahamuni.
Sagaing Hill: It is the residence of around 3.000 monks in a 100 meditation sanctuaries. You can visit pagodas and Swan Oo Pon Nya Shin, U Min Thône Sae y Is Pin Nan Gyaing.
These / Drink: It was the capital since the fourteenth century XVIII. Bagaya wooden monastery with its extraordinary carved woodwork.
Amarapura: penultimate royal capital of Myanmar. Amarapura means “City of Immortality”. Monastery Mahagandayon, home to more than a thousand young monks and recognized as a center for religious studies and monastic. U Bein Bridge, build in 1782, measure 1,2 Teka km.siendo bridge world’s longest.
Pindaya: with its famous caves where thousands of Buddha images. Pagoda Shwe U Min, giant white estupas arising soil .
Inle Lake: Its calm waters are full of floating vegetation and fishing canoes. Villages built on stilts that are home to ethnic intha. Fishermen rowing legs , gardens and floating gardens built on strips of water hyacinth and lands subject to the lake bottom with bamboo. Monasterio Chaung. Daw Oo Pagoda Phaung.