Located on Malay Peninsular and having an area 261228 sqm (676577 sqk),
two time to the size of Germany, United Kingdom and Japan.
Thailand, Laos, China, India and Bengladesh.
8 Major tribes or races of Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Myanmar, Mon, Rakhine and Shan with over 100 ethnic minorities.
51.47 millions, 89% belong to Buddhist, Christian, Hinduism, Muslim, Animists and about 30,000 of colorless.
The unit is “Kyat” and printed in different bank-notes as
50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 5000 and 10000.
Agriculture, Mineral and Tourism
Bus, Train, Flight and Waterway.
Myanmar and English are official and widely used over the country.
Myanmar has three seasons:
Cool Season – October through February with average temperatures 20-24°C.
Hot Season – March through May with average temperatures 30-35°C.
Rainy Season – June through September with average temperature 25-30°C.
The ideal time to visit Myanmar is during the cool season.
However, even during the rainy season, Yangon normally receives morning and afternoon showers while rainfall in Bagan and Mandalay is very low.
With more than 130 distinct ethnic groups, Myanmar has a wealth of different cultures, each with its own set of traditions: from cuisine and dress to celebration, faith and occupation.
Visitors are welcome to discover Myanmar’s diversity of traditions and are urged to do so responsibly to help foster cultural understanding and create lasting bonds.
Foreign currencies (above USD 2000), jewellery, cameras and electronic goods must be declared to the customs at the Airport. Exports of antiques and archaeologically valuable items are prohibited.