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Taung-byone Spirit Festival
Tourist as a group are a curious lot. Their curiosity leads them to faraway places. They hope to...
Bo Tree Watering Festival of Kasone
We Myanmar are contented and happy people. In large part it is due to our innate capacity to...
Hamsa (Hintha)
Hintha is transliteration of Sanskrit word Hamsa. It is actually a real bird surrounded by myths and legends,...
Manu-Thiha

16, Sep

In the vicinity of many stupas and temples somewhere on the terrace or plinth, we can find very...
Nagar-Serpent
Myanmar’s ubiquitous nagar is associated with our Teravada Buddhism. It is not a Chinese Dragon adopted by Myanmar...
Galon- a mythical bird
Millenniums ago our ancestor’s life was hard. They had to struggle for their daily needs, while they dreamed...
Lion is a symbol of courage and valour. It has served as a basis for making metaphors. As...
Keinnari Keinnar
One legend says kein in San-skrit means “what kind?” Nari, nara means female and male respectively. Kein-nari? is...
travelling-on-road-Mayanmar
Myanmar is a secret tucked away in the heart of Southeast Asia with its wonders waiting for travelers...
The stunning Uppatasanti Pagoda in Nay Pyi Taw
As countries around the world gradually ease travel and living restrictions, Myanmar has unveiled details of a three-stage...
Tourism Relife plan Myanmar
The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has announced a COVID-19 Tourism Relief Plan to help troubled tourism operators...
Sandarmuni paya in Mandalay
Migalarpar from the team here at Myanmar Upper Land | culture & travel (MUL).  We hope you are keeping...

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