19 Mar My 10 Best Photos of Myanmar

With hundreds and hundreds of photos to choose from, picking 10 of my favourite photos of Myanmar has not been an easy task.

Myanmar is SO photogenic! It’s definitely a photographer’s dream!

Starting in Mandalay, I worked my down the country to Bagan, Inle Lake and finally to Yangon. There are so many beautiful temples, sunsets and memories that I am struggling to put it down into words.

Tourism is definitely on the increase in Myanmar, so if you can get there now, GO!

So here they are, my 10 best photos:

Mandalay Hill, photos of Myanmar

Sunset over Mandalay, Myanmar

Bagan Temples Myanmar

Bagan at Sunset- Photos of Myanmar

Young Monks at Inle Lake, Myanmar

Inle Lake Fisherman, Myanmar

Fishermen on Inle Lake, Myanmar

Inle Lake Village with cows and carts, Myanmar

Floating Gardens on Inle Lake

Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon, Myanmar

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Victoria Brewood
victoria@pommietravels.com

Hi I'm Victoria, a British girl from Manchester. After graduating from university I decided there was more to life than the hours between 9 and 5, so I packed my journalism degree into my suitcase to travel the world and find a way to make money at the same time. I now call London home, although I still travel whenever I can. I hope to inspire you to be your own boss, live life and see the world.

6 Comments
  • Johhny
    Posted at 07:38h, 21 March Reply

    Myanmar remains a mystical place for me and may be for most of us.. great to see these photos, and i’m actually looking forward to more!

  • John
    Posted at 13:36h, 25 March Reply

    I wish I went to Myanamar for a bit longer than doing a Visa run now! Looks like I missed out.. Great photos though!

  • Linda Larsson
    Posted at 18:53h, 28 March Reply

    Oh I loved Bagan! How is it there now? I was there five years ago, super magical (and also super German). How are they taking care of the temples these days? Back then, they didn’t care at all. Paintings were fading away and no one working there seemed to have any knowledge of how to maintain a temple.

    • Gaberielle
      Posted at 12:34h, 30 October Reply

      They are not maintaining the temples because they don’t want to lose the ancient paintings and they want them to remain original…Since Bagan is known for ancient buildings and pagodas.

  • Mallory
    Posted at 23:30h, 30 March Reply

    These pictures are gorgeous! I especially love the 7th photo. I hope that I will be able to visit Myanmar one day. The country looks so beautiful.

  • Jolyon
    Posted at 05:49h, 31 March Reply

    Love the photos, Myanmar is a photographers dream. That one with the monks, is that on Inle Lake near Indein ? I found that place with all the stupas amazing. Bagan is too good to be true also. Good on you for having the guts to go off travelling & I hope youre managing to make a living while doing so.

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