Twenty (old and new) reasons to visit intriguing Myanmar.
An intriguing place in the process of renewal and rapid modernisation.
Myanmar's appeal seeps slowly into your consciousness, fuelled by the warmth of its people.
'I'm in with a shot as long as I promise to uphold my end of the bargain.'
If you can brave monkeys and 777 steps, then the climb to Mount Popa's golden-spired monastery provides the oddest cultural experience in Myanmar.
From a crisp sauvignon blanc to a robust red, how you can get a taste for Myanmar's fledgling wine industry.
Myanmar might be known for its golden stupas and stunning landscapes, but it is now also home to a burgeoning wine industry.
For those wanting to visit Myanmar and get a glimpse into the Colonial world of yesterday this is the place.
In Yangon, monks still outnumber mobiles and ATMs. Stop by unique tea shops in crumbling colonial buildings and sample its unfairly maligned cuisine. Explore staggering temples in the saturated hills of Mandalay to Bagan's awesome, often mist-shrouded and atmospheric plain. Otherwise, watch fisherman paddle across serene Inle Lake, sunset crossings over U Bein bridge, or laze on a spectacularly empty beach.