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Stunning Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda
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Stunning Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda

The Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda is a magnificent work of art located in Yangon One of Yangon's more unique pagodas, Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda looms behind several large trees on Shwedagon Pagoda Road. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from the Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda: Click Here

Located just south of the ...
A Crazy Trip to Kuang Si Waterfall in Laos
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A Crazy Trip to Kuang Si Waterfall in Laos

The Kuang Si Waterfall is a jungle paradise and a crazy trip On the way to the Kuang Si Waterfall, we passed two massive water buffalo dead on the street and another monster which squared us down. For High-Resolution Photos of my journey to Luang Prabang: Click Here For High-Resolution Photos of my journey to Vang Vieng: Click Here To check out my trip in Luang Prabang, click here. For the crazy ...
The Mysterious Mitta Oo Pagoda in Myanmar
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The Mysterious Mitta Oo Pagoda in Myanmar

The Mitta Oo Pagoda is a local temple complex located down the road from the Kyain Thit Sar Shin Pagoda One of the things I love about Myanmar is that the dearth of available information (in English anyway!) on the internet makes travel around the Golden Land so fun and fascinating. The Mitta Oo Pagoda is a perfect example of that. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Mitta Oo Pagoda: Click ...
Photo Essay: People & Places of Bagan, Myanmar
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Photo Essay: People & Places of Bagan, Myanmar

The powerful people and picturesque places of Bagan, Myanmar World-renowned and recognized by UNESCO though visited by a fraction of the tourists which make their way to Angkor Wat, Cambodia, Bagan, Myanmar is a must-see for anyone making their way to Southeast Asia. For more information from our Travel Guide on Bagan: Click Here More on Bagan: Brilliant Bagan Sunrise in Myanmar: Click Here More ...
The Extraordinary Plains of Bagan
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The Extraordinary Plains of Bagan

The plains of Bagan rival Cambodia's Angkor Wat in size and scale Perhaps only Cambodia's more-famous Angkor Wat can rival Myanmar's Bagan in terms of religious importance, size and scale in southeast Asia. For more information from our Travel Guide on Bagan: Click Here More on Bagan: Brilliant Bagan Sunrise in Myanmar: Click Here More on Bagan: Photo Essay: People & Places of Bagan, ...
Tel Aviv Ya Habibi Tel Aviv
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Tel Aviv Ya Habibi Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is the party capital of the Middle East and a hub for high-tech Israel is home to 3 of the major world religions and Tel Aviv is where you go to take a break from them all. For more posts on Israel: Click Here For some high-resolution photos from the Dead Sea: Click Here Tel Aviv has a magic and charm so great that I lived there for several years! A bustling and growing city located on ...
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 ...
Inle Lake, Myanmar: Hand-Rolled Smoke & Blacksmiths
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Inle Lake, Myanmar: Hand-Rolled Smoke & Blacksmiths

There is so much to see and do at Inle Lake, Myanmar, that you can spend days on the water and not catch it all There are few places on Planet Earth like Inle Lake, Myanmar - it's a must-see destination in Southeast Asia. For more on Inle Lake: Bamboo, Ancient Pagods & More: Click Here For more Out and About on Inle Lake: Part 1: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from Inle Lake: ...
Bangkok Style: Sunday Drive in a Tuk Tuk
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Bangkok Style: Sunday Drive in a Tuk Tuk

When in Bangkok, one must Tuk Tuk Known as a rickshaw in the west, the tuk tuk is the east's primary form of transportation when facing the choking traffic of Thailand's capital of Bangkok. For more on the Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace: Click Here For more on the Wat Arun and Temple of the Dawn: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from Wat Phra Kaew: Click Here For all the ...
The Grand Palace at Wat Phra Kaew
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The Grand Palace at Wat Phra Kaew

The Grand Palace is a highlight of Wat Phra Kaew  Modern history meets ancient history at the Grand Palace of Wat Phra Kaew For more on the Wat Phra Kaew and Temple of the Emerald Buddha: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from Wat Phra Kaew: Click Here Having previously written about the Wat Phra Kaew in beautiful downtown Bangkok, Thailand, here is quickie on the Grand Palace of ...
Off the Grid in Yangon: Wijuwedo Paya
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Off the Grid in Yangon: Wijuwedo Paya

Day-trip to the Wijuwedo Pagoda and you won't forget it! Close to Yangon but still 'off-the-grid,' the Wijuwedo Pagoda stands tall in the jungle. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Wijuwedo Pagoda: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from Wijuwedo Pagoda: Click Here The phrase "off the grid" in Myanmar is a very relative term - meaning that if you travel just a hop, skip ...
Swal Daw Pagoda aka Swe Taw Myat Paya
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Swal Daw Pagoda aka Swe Taw Myat Paya

The Swe Taw Myat Pagoda is a gorgeous gold and white dome standing over Yangon's north The Swe Taw Myat Pagoda in Yangon's North is a welcome respite from the more touristy pagodas of its center and south. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Swe Taw Myat Pagoda: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from Swe Taw Myat Pagoda: Click Here As with most places in Myanmar, several ...
Massive Statues of Meilamu
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Massive Statues of Meilamu

The Meilamu Pagoda is a Disneyland-like playground of Pagodas north of Yangon There is so much to see and do in Yangon and one thing not to be overlooked on your travels is the Meilamu Pagoda. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Meilamu Pagoda: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from Meilamu Pagoda: Click Here The Meilamu Pagoda, located on Thudhamma Road in the ...
Kabar Aye Pagoda & Mahapasana Cave
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Kabar Aye Pagoda & Mahapasana Cave

The Kabar Aye Pagoda & Mahapasana Cave complex are prominent landmarks near Inya Lake Yangon's Inya Lake houses two huge pieces of modern Myanmar history in the form of the Kabar Aye Pagoda and Mahapasana Cave. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Kabar Aye Pagoda: Click Here For more information from our Travel Guide on the Mahapasana Cave: Click Here For all the high-resolution ...
Ho de Yangon Zoo ho de
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Ho de Yangon Zoo ho de

The Yangon Zoo is one of Myanmar's most prestigious zoological gardens If you've ever wanted to get a taste of wild Myanmar, head to the Yangon Zoo and be prepared to sweat! Check out the Travel Guide to the Yangon Zoological Gardens by Clicking Here For High-Resolution Photos of my trip to the Yangon Zoo: Click Here Let's start with a quick lesson in the Myanmar language - "Ho de" is literally ...
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!