The diversity of ancient, cultural sites to visit for the day in Myanmar is immense, and often best explored on foot or bike. Spend a day cycling around the stunning pagoda strewn plains of Bagan or help build a house upon Inle Lake in a Responsible Tourism program.
Yangon is a city rich in traditional, colonial and spiritual heritage. Its infectious blend of tree and market lined streets harbor verdant parks and tranquil lakes, earning its moniker as the ‘Garden City of the East. In contrast the expansive plains of Bagan in Central Myanmar are peppered with over 2,000 ancient stupas and temples built between the 11th-13th centuries. In the north of Myanmar lie barren snow capped mountains, ancient hilltribes and lost cities while the south offers endless stretches of pristine tropical beaches with jungle clad offshore islands surrounded by glistening coral reefs.
Private guides are more costly in Japan when compared to our other destinations, and the self-guiding app provides an innovative solution to avoid these rising costs and allowing clients to travel in a more independent way.
The application is available in 20 cities across Japan already, and it covers 6 main categories; attractions, shopping, restaurants, bars and nightlife, hotels, and other, which are clearly displayed on the home-page.
There are more than 500 points of interest, providing pictures, addresses, distance from current location, the website, opening hours and costs. Everything works offline, and the map in particular proves to be incredibly useful. Furthermore, there's the option of sharing everything on-line, through platforms such as facebook.
The app is available in both English and French.
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