Myanmar is a land with a majority of Buddhist population. Pick it for you Buddhist tourism this vacation.
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Buddhist Tourism in Myanmar

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Pagoda Inle Lake, MyanmarLocated in the southeast Asia, The Union of Myanmar is surrounded by the People's Republic of China on the north, Laos on the east, Thailand on the southeast, Bangladesh on the west and India on the northwest. The Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal occupy the area south and southwest of Myanmar respectively. The total area covered by Myanmar is 671,000 sq km.

The people of Myanmar are predominantly Burmese. Also, around 87% of them are the followers of Therevada Buddhism. This makes Myanmar an interesting place for a Buddhist tourist like you. Buddhist attractions - temples, monasteries and pagodas - are abundant and make for an interesting visit.

This section on Myanmar intends to act as your guide when you think of undertaking a Buddhist trip to this country. Within, details on individual attractions will make you understand why a trip to this land is an interesting idea. Browsing through the section, you will realise that there is so much that you can see, enjoy and most importantly learn once you make Myanmar your destination for your upcoming Buddhist trip.

To make your trip more convenient, the section also provides you details of hotels. The information will enable you to select and book your hotel well in advance and avoid any last minute confusion.

So, browse through the section and find information that will help you plan out a Buddhist trip to Myanmar.

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