0 Yangon The starting point of your journey in Myanmar and the Economical capital of the country. Yangon has a fascinating array of colonial-era buildings.
1 Kyaikto Famed for its golden rock; a stupa precariously perched atop the rock.
2 Bagan The capital of the proud kingdom of Pagan with around 3,000 temples, covering an area of over 40 square kilometers spanning the Irrawaddy River.
3 Shwedagon The glistening marvel of Burmese architecture plated with 21,841 solid gold bars with an encrusting of diamonds, rubies and sapphire.
4 Inle Lake With its preserved water sanctuary, floating vegetation and lake dwelling locals.
5 Kengtung With its hilly lands full of trekking and hiking trails.
6 Mergui The virgin beaches of the 800 islands, located in the southernmost part of Myanmar, with its blue waters of the whirling seas and the abundant flora and fauna.
7 Ngwe Saung The sandy beaches offer you a perfect spot to break your journey in Yangon in the backdrop of the calming waters of the Bay of Bengal.
8 Mandalay The second largest city in Myanmar, still considered the cultural and religious center of the country.
9 Pindaya Famous for a network of limestone caves (Shwe U Min Cave Temple) housing around 9,000 images of Buddha of different sizes and mudras.
10 Mrauk-U The capital of Mrauk U Kingdom (1430-1785) which was one of the most powerful Arakanese Kingdoms that came into power in the transitional period between Pagan Dynasty and Toungoo Dynasty .Its pagodas and temples on the banks of Aungdat Chaung River showcase Burma's rich cultural heritage.
11 Putao Its snow peaked mountains and amazing flora and fauna species are some of the best emblems of the natural beauty of Burma, making it a 'must see' destination for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.
12 Ngapali The number one beach destination in Myanmar with its soothing white sands stretching away into the distance, offering you no end of sandy brown fun and frolic along with sea excursions and aqua trails.
13 Bago Stands in witness to its proud history showcasing numerous religious sites including Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Kyaik Pun Buddha images and Kanbawza Thadi Palace.
14 Hpa-An The capital of the Kayin State, a picturesque and friendly town that sits on the eastern bank of the Salween river, located close to the Thai border.
15 Pyin-Oo-Lwin A scenic hill town that became a hill station and the summer capital of British Burma, situated on the Lashio-Mandalay trail in the Shan Highlands.