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Ava

 “And here it may be said that of all the ruined capitals of Burma which make their appeal on behalf of the transitoriness of life...Ava is the most gracious”.
VC Scott O’Connor Mandalay (1907)
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Bagan

Pagan (Bagan)

 Pagan is one of the richest archeological sites in the world and the highlight of every tour through Myanmar. In between 11th and 13th century the kings of Pagan dynasty ruled the country and ordered thousands of pagodas and temples to be built. There are about 20 temples and pagodas to be seen here with some beautiful ornamentic design.
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Yandabo

 Here we visit the Pandaw School built with donations from past Pandaw passengers and see potteries, the main industry for this village.
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Toungdoot

Toungdoot

 Toungdoot or Hsawng-hsup in Tai, is an ancient Shan enclave which in British times still had a ruling prince or sawbwa complete with palace and court.
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Thayetmyo

Thayetmyo

 A pleasant colonial town once guarded the border between Royal Burmah and British Burmah following the 2nd Anglo Burmese War of 1855, many of the buildings including the covered market date from this period. Thayet also boasts the oldest golf course in Burma (1885) said by the locals to be reciprocally clubbed with the Royal & Ancient St Andrews (however when we mentioned this in an early brochure we received a curt note from the R&A Secretary denying any such association). 
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