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A second chance for Myanmar’s sea gypsies

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As the country opens to travellers, it waits to be seen whether the nomadic Moken can preserve their language, their way of life and their mythology.


My city: Rangoon

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If the dazzling sites of this golden Burmese city don’t take your breath away… then the searing temperatures certainly will.


A street food tour of Yangon

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Although Burma’s little-known cuisine is influenced by its neighbours – especially India, Thailand and China – the end result is decidedly its own.


Burma’s river of spirits

The Irrawaddy River stretches 2,170km across most of the country, serving as a vital life source for the Burmese people. It is what they drink, how they travel and where they pray.


Ancient Burma’s playful side

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The temples and lively spirit of Mrauk U make this timeless village the spiritual successor to Angkor Wat.
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A new dawn in Burma

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Now that opponents of the military regimes believe that tourism can help Burma, there has never been a better time to visit this country of bewildering diversity and astounding beauty.
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