Bagan — the capital of the first Burma Empire and one of the richest archaeological sites in Southeast Asia with thousands of ancient pagodas in the area near the banks of the Ayeyarwady River.
Mandalay — the main economic centre of Upper Myanmar and former royal capital of the last Burmese monarchy built around the Mandalay Royal Palace in the middle of XIX century.
Inle Lake — a large shallow lake located in the mountains at over 900 m above sea level with floating villages inhabited by the Intha people and more than 30 hill tribes live in the surrounding mountains.
Kyaiktiyo (Golden Rock) - a mystical pagoda with a gold-gilded rock perched on the edge of the hill.
Bago — historic city with numerous Buddhist sights.
Ngapali Beach - 3 km long soft white sand beach on the Bay of Bengal fringed by coconut palms.
Ngwe Saung Beach – 11 km long remote beach with white sand and crystal clear water, famous for seafood.
Most foreigners require a visa to enter Myanmar. Nationals of Brunei, Cambodia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand (only via the international airports) are permitted to enter without a visa for up to 14 days, citizens of Singapore – up to 30 days.
A tourist visa is valid for 3 months from the date of issue and allows you to stay in Myanmar for up to 28 days from the date of arrival.
You can easily get Myanmar visa at the embassy in your country
An e-Visa service is available to citizens of over 100 countries. A single-entry tourist e-Visa costs 50 USD and is valid for entry during the 90 days after issuance, and permits a 28 days stay in Myanmar. The e-Visa permits admission through the following airports and land border checkpoints:
Yangon International Airport
Mandalay International Airport
Nay Pyi Taw International Aiport
Tachileik Land Border Checkpoint
Myawaddy Land Border Checkpoint
Kawthaung Land Border Checkpoint