Twenty (old and new) reasons to visit intriguing Myanmar.
An intriguing place in the process of renewal and rapid modernisation.
Just out of Yangon, Awei Metta's rooms have more than enough space to swing a golf club.
The Elephant Coach will take you round Yangon's sights in true colonial style.
The 800 islands of the Mergui Archipelago spill down Myanmar's far south coast.
Myanmar's capital quickly staked its claim for the title of 'world's weirdest city', notable for its colossal scale and relative lack of residents.
It's hard to stay dry when Myanmar celebrates its New Year.
Blessings abound in villages along Myanmar's Irrawaddy River.
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.