So, you want to cycle between the temples of Bagan, crawl through limestone caves in Hpa An, slurp delicious shan noodles on the curb-side in Yangon, or grap a map from the locals to find waterfalls in Hsipaw? Our local insider's have all the info to make your travels a breeze.
Best methods of transport, and how to choose where to stay.
Common scams, transport tips, LGBT safety and no-go zones.
How to venture far off-the-beaten-path to Myanmar's Southern coast.
Day-hikes, multi-day treks, and cycling routes for adventurers.
Street food, curries, meat on a skewer, noodle dishes, and more.
Grab a super-soaker and hit the streets during Thingyan Water Festival.
Although the thin mattress on the floor may not be the comfiest, don’t sit on your pillow to try and cushion your behind. In Burmese culture, the head is considered the most sacred part of the body, while the bottom… Not so much.
With over 2,200 temples and pagodas, there is no better way to take in the incredible history spread across the plains of Bagan.
From the curbside in Yangon to the little restaurants in Bagan, our friends Goats on the Road share their discoveries of Myanmar's best dishes.