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A Map to Explore the Golden Land

The Alluring Buddhist Country of South East Asia Myanmar (formally called as Burma) lying on the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea coast spread over 676, 578 square kilometers with Naypyidaw as capital city.

A nation that has seen decades of harsh military rule – has some wondrous sights: a thousand temples scattered across the countryside in Bagan, One of the most photogenic plain in the world with over 2000 temples and pagodas stood mightily for hundreds of years. The Majestic River, the drifting gardens of Inle Lake -the Ayeyarwady and the Chindwin -are navigable into the furthest reaches of the country.

Exploring the country can feel like a journey back to the past – influenced from the western world is missing, and even in Rangoon (Yangon) the largest city of Burma the locals strolling the streets in traditional dress, with thanakha worn by women to avoid being tanned. Traditional life has been preserved well in other areas of the country; the women walk the teak U-Bein bridge with goods balanced atop their heads, fishermen of Inle Lake practice leg-rowing and life goes on as normal in the remote villages of Kalaw. The best way to explore the local life is by sailing the attractive Irawaddy and Chindwin rivers, gaining access to villages that are otherwise inaccessible.

The strong spirituality and Buddhist roots of the country are seen in its shimmering temples spread throughout the land, the exceptionally balanced Golden Rock, and the wandering, crimson-robed monks shaded by large umbrellas. Still both enigmatic and exciting Internal flights are used to maximize your time in the key destinations, whilst minimizing hours spent on the notoriously bumpy local roads A holiday in Burma immerse yourself in the tranquil calm of this country with a beach-side stay in Ngapali and you may never want to go back home.

Burma Road Maps for Tourists and Travelers

Detailed Road Map of Burma

Buy travel maps for Burma tourist attractions, road trips, street guide, driving directions and more

  1. $13.95

    Item Code : ITMB5718

    Burma (Myanmar) Road and Physical Travel Reference Map. Burma (Myanmar) Road and Physical Travel Reference Map.
    Scale 1:1,350,000. Size 27"x39". International Travel Maps edition. Indexed. English text and legends. Elevations and topographic features are shown by hypsometric color tints. Includes considerable useful travel information.
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  2. $12.95

    Item Code : NELS5719

    Burma (Myanmar) Road and Shaded Relief Tourist Map. Burma (Myanmar) Road and Shaded Relief Tourist Map.
    Scale 1:1,500,000. Size 20"x31". Nelles Verlag edition.
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  3. $19.95

    Item Code : REIS5721

    Burma (Myanmar) Road and Topographic Tourist Map. Burma (Myanmar) Road and Topographic Tourist Map.
    Scale 1:1,500,000. Size 27"x40". Reis Know How edition. Very detailed Burma road map. English and multi-lingual legends. Printed on tear-resistant, waterproof, paper-like plastic. It can bend and fold without cracking and is writable as normal paper, non-toxic and recyclable. Perfect for tourist adventures and independent travel and for driving tours. Includes topographic contour lines and hypsometric color tints which show height levels, along with elevation numbers. Shows all major and secondary roads and tertiary roads, with distances between points in kilometers. Fully indexed. Beautiful cartography.
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  4. $12.95

    Item Code : PERI5720

    Burma (Myanmar) Road and Tourist Map. Burma (Myanmar) Road and Tourist Map.
    Scale 1:2,000,000. Size 20"x38". Periplus edition.
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A Map to Explore the Golden Land

The Alluring Buddhist Country of South East Asia Myanmar (formally called as Burma) lying on the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea coast spread over 676, 578 square kilometers with Naypyidaw as capital city.

A nation that has seen decades of harsh military rule – has some wondrous sights: a thousand temples scattered across the countryside in Bagan, One of the most photogenic plain in the world with over 2000 temples and pagodas stood mightily for hundreds of years. The Majestic River, the drifting gardens of Inle Lake -the Ayeyarwady and the Chindwin -are navigable into the furthest reaches of the country.

Exploring the country can feel like a journey back to the past – influenced from the western world is missing, and even in Rangoon (Yangon) the largest city of Burma the locals strolling the streets in traditional dress, with thanakha worn by women to avoid being tanned. Traditional life has been preserved well in other areas of the country; the women walk the teak U-Bein bridge with goods balanced atop their heads, fishermen of Inle Lake practice leg-rowing and life goes on as normal in the remote villages of Kalaw. The best way to explore the local life is by sailing the attractive Irawaddy and Chindwin rivers, gaining access to villages that are otherwise inaccessible.

The strong spirituality and Buddhist roots of the country are seen in its shimmering temples spread throughout the land, the exceptionally balanced Golden Rock, and the wandering, crimson-robed monks shaded by large umbrellas. Still both enigmatic and exciting Internal flights are used to maximize your time in the key destinations, whilst minimizing hours spent on the notoriously bumpy local roads A holiday in Burma immerse yourself in the tranquil calm of this country with a beach-side stay in Ngapali and you may never want to go back home.

Burma Road Maps for Tourists and Travelers

Detailed Road Map of Burma

Buy travel maps for Burma tourist attractions, road trips, street guide, driving directions and more

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