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I was brought here by a taxi driver when my original destination was closed due to the public holiday. So with zero expectations, I entered this village with no idea what I was getting myself into. I was seriously the only tourist in the sea...More
It is similar to Sarawak Cultural Village in Malaysia. The place shows the different cultures from different tribe. Visiting the place is easy with public transport like bus, no4 or no31. Would suggest to cover the place with rental bicycle which cost 500MMK for an...More
If you dont have time to travel all over Myanmar to learn about the different tribes and their culture, this is a good option. Besides, its a nice place to spend some time. We had bicycles of various quality, but managed to cover most of...More
large park with regions devoted to diverse cultural groups in myanmar. On a cool day it is a delightful walk with lots of grass and flowers. On a hot day it may be best to take elephant train or bicycle or get there early. Craft...More
Relatively large outdoor museum shows examples of daily life in all Myanmar states. You can buy here interesting souvenirs and learn about local folklore. Recommend to use one of the possible transportation meansl - bicycle or a golf car.
Replicas of all the famous or historic parts of Myanmar are represented at the National Races Village. Get a better understanding of the different people groups present in the country while in one location. Tip: Rent the electric bikes to get around the very large...More
I was taken to the village by a Myanmar Chin native who served as our tour guide. His stories and explanations were extremely helpful in understanding the differences and unique features of the various races, structures and plant life. Based on this experience, I think...More