A Buddhist monk on a street at Yangon, MyanmarMyanmar once called Burma is back on the map for the travelers! Local tourism is fast in advancing trying to catch up with its neighbors. Travel enthusiasts at AdventureGreen have made several trips to different corners of the country in an effort to update our travelers with the most useful and practical holiday travel guide, travel tips and advice. The travel industry in Myanmar is changing so fast nowadays that we hope to receive some feedback from you should you find out anything not relevant or out-of-date.


Mandalay is located on the east bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River, in the center of Myanmar. Mandalay was the royal capital city under the reign of the last king of Myanmar. The city was founded in 1856 and was destroyed in the World War II.


Bagan is popularly considered the most important site in the history of Myanmar, and the most remarkable tourist attractions in the country. The vast plain of Bagan by the Ayeyardwady River is littered with over 2,000 Buddhist Pagodas and Stupas stretching all the way to the horizon...At dawn and at dusk,  the whole plain of Bagan is covered in light mist making it more of an unreal beauty...


Yangon is the capital city of Myanmar (also known as Burma). Yangon was expanded from the small town of Dagon in 1755 by King Alaungpaya. King Alaungpaya, who ruled the northern land, gradually took over the southern lands and renamed Dagon into Yangon meaning the End of Conflicts. Under the British rule, Yangon was turned into a busy commercial port, which nowadays handles 90% of Myanmar's exports and imports. The port is on the Yangon River and is 32km from the Elephant Point on the Gulf of Martaban.