Eat a popular buffet, traditional cosmetic thanaka, sunset and sunrise … are the things that you will experience when traveling Myanmar. Let’s find out memorable experiences are only available in Myanmar Tour.
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- Myanmar Tourism explores the beauty of ancient Bagan
- Reasons For A Myanmar Tour In 2017
1/ Enjoy The Popular Buffet
When talking about the Myanmar buffet, many people often associate with restaurants, luxury hotels where they will be served many types of food with high price. However, when you come to Myanmar, you can completely enjoy a buffet meal that costs less than 100,000 dong, even if it includes drinking water.
Unlike the usual buffet style, which you will choose food by yourself, Myanmar food is served at the table. The staff will take the initiative to bring new items to customers when the food’s running out. A buffet meal of Myanmar usually has meat dishes (pork, beef), salat, rice soup and vegetables … The food in Myanmar tastes similar to Vietnamese food, however, a bit greasy and often has a curry smell. Featured, but not as bold as in India or Malaysia. When you finish your meal, you will be served desserts with fruits and jams or jams.
The price of a traditional buffet in Myanmar usually costs about 3000 kyat per person, including beverages, fruit juices, beer … priced at between 1,500 and 3,000 kyat.
2/ Apply Thanaka
The weather in Myanmar is hot all year round, so in order to protect the skin, people in this country have a special skin care secret. That is the habit of smearing Thanaka. The traditional cosmetic is light yellow, crushed from the bark of a plant and applied directly to the face. Thanaka helps to protect the sun, soothes the skin under the burning and burning of Burma. Tourists visiting Myanmar will often encounter sun-kissed tanned faces, prominent on which are sparkling charcoal trails.
You can ask the people here to help Thanaka and they will be happy to help you. With a very simple tool, consisting of a trunk, a stone plate and a bottle of water, the Myanmar people will grind the tree on a stone plate to create a dewy white powder. These layers, after applying their hands on the face, will dry out and show a dark yellow color.
You can easily buy Thanaka at the market for a gift because this powder is very benign, does not irritate the skin. Thanaka is usually closed in small pieces so that it can be easily carried.
3/ Watch Sunrise And Sunset
In Myanmar, the most famous place to watch the sunset is the teak Ubein wooden bridge in Mandalay, while Bagan is the ideal place to greet the sunshine of the day.
Ubein – the longest and oldest teak bridge in the world is considered to be the symbol of Myanmar, one of the 10 most beautiful sunset spots in the world. In the afternoon, the bridge covered the brilliant yellow of the sunset, through the wooden poles. Guests can rent wooden boats to get closer to the bridge and admire the sunset on the lake.
For Bagan – one of the most popular destinations in Myanmar, you will experience the thrill of sitting on a temple’s highest steps and seeing the dawn of dawn first. . Bagan in the dawn is like a fairyland, shimmering and mysterious with hundreds of ancient temples.
For watching sunsets at Ubein Bridge, you can rent a boat from 10,000 to 12,000 kyat, carrying 4-5 people. The boat will take you to the initiative to take you to the point where you have a beautiful photo shoot. In Bagan, you rent a carriage or electric bicycle, search the map to reach some of the most famous temples to admire the sunrise, among them the most beautiful Shwesandaw Temple.