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Meet Chinlone, A 15-centuries-old Sport of Myanmar

Seasia.co 5 years ago
If you have spent any time in Myanmar, you would probably have seen the usual looking combination of sport and ...

International Entry-Exit Checkpoints In Between Myanmar-India Officially Opened

Adelaida Salikha5 years ago
People will now be able to cross the land border between India and Myanmar holding passports and visas and will be able to travel ...

(Photos) Meet The Southeast Asia's Highest Peak

Adelaida Salikha5 years ago
First of all how many people thought that Southeast Asia has its own glaciers? ...

A Sacred Golden Rock that Defies Gravity in Myanmar

Seasia.co 5 years ago
The enormous granite boulder Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, also known as the Golden Rock, has perched precariously in Mon State, Burma, as long as the ...

Intact 99 Million-Year-Old Mushrooms Found in Myanmar

Seasia.co 5 years ago
Astonishingly well-preserved mushrooms that were trapped in amber some 99 million years ago have been discovered in a museum collection in China. The researchers also ...

Myanmar's new airport means a lot for travelers

Seasia.co 5 years ago
A new international airport in Myanmar is to open by 2020, with construction plans to be finalised by this month, the ...

The Lost City of Mrauk U, Once As Prosperous as London

Seasia.co 5 years ago
Almost unknown outside Asia during its reign, it remains so even today. Mrauk U was as prosperous as London by ...

Interesting Facts about Bagan, The Jewel of Southeast Asia

Seasia.co 5 years ago
Bagan, formerly known as 'Pagan' was the capital of the present day Myanmar in the 9th to 13th. It is located in the Mandalay ...

Top 10 Interesting Facts About Myanmar

Seasia.co 5 years ago
Myanmar (or Burma), also officially called Republic of the Union of Myanmar , a country in Southeast Asia. Myanmar, is located in the western ...

Myanmar and the Importance of Stability in the Region

Seasia.co 6 years ago
  By: Ahmad Cholis Hamzah** Asean leaders follow their traditional respect for the principle of non-interference in the affairs of states, publicly ...