Yangon, the former capital city of Myanmar, is the first stop for foreign visitors to Myanmar and also represents the first highlight of Myanmar. It is situated on the bank of Yangon river and is the main gateway to Myanmar. It is a great seaport and the country's export and import trade passes through this seaport.
Mandalay, the last royal capital city of Myanmar kings, is located at the foot of the Mandalay Hill and is situated on the eastern bank of Ayeyarwady river in the dry zone of Myanmar. It is the country's second largest city and the cultural heart of Myanmar. It is linked by air, rail, road and river with Yangon and other principal towns of Myanmar.
Bagan is the chief tourist attraction situated on the eastern bank of Ayeyarwaddy river in the dry central plains of the country. Temples, pagodas and religious ancient monuments of all sizes and shapes are scattered all over the area.
Located in the southern Shan State and surrounded by hazy blue mountains, this place is known as ‘Inle’. It is the second largest natural lake in Myanmar with its fine weather and natural beauty. The lake stretches out 11 miles, about 4 miles broad and the water is at a depth of 20 feet in the deepest. Inle lake is the home for the Inthas, one of the national races who grow vegetables on the floating farms which can detached and moved as necessary and the vegetables are sold at the Five-day markets.