At first glance, Burma or Myanmar seems like a mix of two very different worlds, the two sub-continents, China and India. As a Burmese writer said, it is probably where China meets India. Nevertheless, the country is a real mosaic of ethnic groups, with languages and cultures far a part. Considered by some as the house of Buddha, it is yet a place where people of very different faiths live together.
Bordered by nearly 2000km of coastline, it has a great potential for tourism with beautiful beaches, most of them still undeveloped and to be discovered. The military junta, that closed the country since the 60’s, has understood that. Myanmar opens up to the world again and the Burmese are so happy to welcome and meet the visitors.
This country is still out of time, to be discovered quickly.
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