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Essential travel insights to keep you safe in Myanmar
A tropical storm struck Bangladesh on 16 May 2013, killing 12 and forcing many to flee.
Myanmar is relaxed, friendly and largely trouble-free.
11/06/2012 - Myanmar president Thein Sein has declared a state of emergency in the country after sectarian tensions between Buddhists and Muslims led to deadly riots.
The political climate in Myanmar has long been under a cloud of oppression with the government holding full and total power over just about everything within the country.
Under usual circumstances problems with currency and exchange wouldn't be a travel safety issue, but Myanmar's not a "usual" destination. Run out of cash in Myanmar and you're in serious trouble.
Myanmar is one of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful places to visit. Years of political isolation has led to unblemished countryside, unique culture and friendly locals and makes it a destination unlike any other you’ll experience.
Myanmar (also known as Burma) is made up of a diverse, colorful people and rich culture. But amidst the breathtaking landscape, the country's government regime has dampened tourism there for many years.
Myanmar, one of the most beautiful and captivating places on earth, still remains shrouded in mystery to most of the world. Extreme government control and political unrest has led many travelers to boycott tourism within Myanmar.