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Kyain Thit Sar Shin Monastery
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Kyain Thit Sar Shin Monastery

The Kyain Thit Sar Shin Monastery is a place you can't believe isn't more famous One of the more unique pagodas in Yangon is the Kyain Thit Sar Shin Monastery, a giant open-air Rakhine-style Gautama Buddha Image which can be seen from miles away. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Kyain Thit Sar Shin Pagoda: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from Kyain Thit Sar Shin ...
Inle Lake Life: Bamboo, Ancient Pagodas & More
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Inle Lake Life: Bamboo, Ancient Pagodas & More

Life on Inle Lake is simple yet refined - pagodas, open-air markets and hand-made boats of all shapes and sizes dot the lake Inle Lake in Shan State, Myanmar, features a myriad of pagodas and more! For more on Inle Lake, Myanmar: Hand-Rolled Smoke & Blacksmiths: Click Here For more Out and About on Inle Lake: Part 1: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from Inle Lake: Click ...
Peaceful and Inspiring Pindaya Cave
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Peaceful and Inspiring Pindaya Cave

The Pindaya Cave is a truly one-of-a-kind place unique to the hills of Shan State Myanmar has so much to offer that you can't find anywhere else in the world and the Pindaya Cave is a perfect example. For more information on the Pindaya Cave: Click Here For High-Resolution Photos of my trip to the Pindaya Cave: Click Here Of all the places I've had the opportunity and privilege to visit in the ...
Fast Times at Koe Htat Gyi
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Fast Times at Koe Htat Gyi

The Koe Htat Gyi Pagoda (Koehtatgyi) is a massive monument which stands testament to Burmese artistry They don't call Myanmar the "Golden Land" for nothing, and the Koe Htat Gyi Pagoda is yet another example of gold mixed with ingenuity and devotion to Buddhism. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Koe Htat Gyi Pagoda: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from the Koe Htat Gyi ...
Sule Pagoda & Maha Bandula Garden
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Sule Pagoda & Maha Bandula Garden

The Sule Pagoda & Maha Bandula Garden can be visited together in downtown Yangon Yangon has many beautiful features and the Sule Pagoda packs both beauty and political meaning into one brilliant spire. To read the Myanmar Travel Guide visit the blog here: Sule Pagoda For all my High-Resolution images: Click Here 100+ Fahrenheit didn't stop us from vising two of Yangon's iconic landmarks - the ...
Of Tropical Diseases and Beautiful Lakes
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Of Tropical Diseases and Beautiful Lakes

Of Tropical Diseases and Beautiful Lakes - Checking out Inya Lake in Northern Yangon Surrounded by new developments and dilapidated old ones, Inya Lake is a part of Yangon's long and storied history. For Myanmar Travel Guide information on Inya Lake: Click Here For all my high-resolution photos of Inya Lake in Yangon, Myanmar: Click Here
 
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Israeli Abroad

IsraeliAbroad (formerly SidepieceDiplomat) was started as a passion project by amateur photographer Phillip Harbor as he travels from Tel Aviv, Israel, to Yangon, Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) and throughout the world. Named for the adventure, the photoblog seeks to give followers a unique insight into life from a nation that was until recently closed off from the rest of the world for more than half a century. This blog is half photo-half information-half experience-driven. Yes that’s more than a whole… and yes that makes about as much sense as anything else you can find on this half of the globe! Feel free to follow us on social media and right here on the blog as we explore the incredible wonders of Myanmar. Updates will come as regularly as possible and don’t forget to share with your friends!

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IsraeliAbroad was started as a passion project by photographer Phillip Harbor as he travels from Tel Aviv, Israel, to Yangon, Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) and throughout the world. Named for the adventure, the photoblog seeks to give followers a unique insight into life from a nation that was until recently closed off from the rest of the world for more than half a century. This blog is half photo-half information-half experience-driven. Yes that’s more than a whole… and yes that makes about as much sense as anything else you can find on this half of the globe! Feel free to follow us on social media and right here on the blog as we explore the incredible wonders of Myanmar. Updates will come as regularly as possible and don’t forget to share with your friends!