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Visiting Maymyo

Some travelers bypass the famed road to Mandalay—and to Myanmar—for political reasons, but those who go have the highest praise for the country’s people and attractions. From the sweeping ancient capital of Bagan to the floating gardens on Inle Lake, the mysteries of this land exceed expectations—even for visitors who’ve waited a lifetime for a moment of Myanmar’s mystique.... Read More Some travelers bypass the famed road to Mandalay—and to Myanmar—for political reasons, but those who go have the highest praise for the country’s people and attractions. From the sweeping ancient capital of Bagan to the floating gardens on Inle Lake, the mysteries of this land exceed expectations—even for visitors who’ve waited a lifetime for a moment of Myanmar’s mystique.    Close

Stories and Tips Maymyo

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Botanic Gardens

Written by Heather F on 20 Feb, 2001

Taking a trip to the Botanic Gardens by horse and carriage is one of the highlights of a visit to Maymyo. The miniature enclosed wagons, a small scale version of the Wells Fargo wagon from America’s Wild West, typify a visit to this hillside town.…Read More


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Take a carriage ride

Written by Heather F on 20 Feb, 2001

Taking a trip to the Botanic Gardens (or anywhere else) by horse and carriage is one of the highlights of a visit to Maymyo. The miniature enclosed wagons, a small scale version of the Wells Fargo wagon from America’s Wild West, typify a visit to…Read More


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Shan Village

Written by Heather F on 20 Feb, 2001

It is possible to visit one of the nearby Shan villages. Pyin U Lwin is in the foothills of the Shan Plateau. Here many traditional houses built of teak on stilts with wooden window shutters are seen. Gladioli, chrysanthemum and dahlias grow in the gardens…Read More


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