Central Myanmar Map

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Central Myanmar

There is more to central Myanmar than Bagan, though the former Burmese capital is its main feature. The towns in this region are called 'lost cities of the dry zone' for a good reason: The area is known to be arid and dusty most of the time, specifically from March to May; during this time, the daytime temperatures are at their highest. The ideal time for tourists to come to the region is from November to February. 

One of the best places to see in central Myanmar is Popa Daung Kalat, or better known as Mt. Popa. It is regarded as the country's Mt. Olympus. The mountain, which is believed to be the core of an extinct volcano, is a popular pilgrimage site and a significant ‘nat’ worship site in Myanmar. Found at the foot of the mountain is the Mahagiri Shrine which features 37 representations of nats (spirits). On top of Mt. Popa is the Taungkalat Monastery, which is the home of the 37 nats depicted in the shrine below.  

Other notable places to see in central Myanmar are the Soon Lu Kyaung monastery, Shwesandaw Pagoda, Wunchataung Pagoda and the Shwemyetman Pagoda.

Bagan Hotels

Aureum Palace Hotel Bagan  
Myanmar Treasure Resorts Bagan  

Inle Lake Hotels

Myanmar Treasure Resort Inle Lake  

Mandalay Hotels

Kandawgyi Hill Resort - Pyin Oo Lwin  
Sedona Hotel Mandalay  
Mandalay Hill Resort  
Hotel by the Red Canal - Mandalay  
Aureum Palace Resort and Spa - Inle Lake  
Aureum Resort At Governors House - Pyin Oo Lwin  
Popa Mountain Resort Mandalay  
Aureum Palace Hotel and Resort - Nay Pyi Taw  

Nay Pyi Taw Hotels

Emerald Palace Hotel  

Yangon Hotels

Traders Hotel Yangon  
Parkroyal Hotel Yangon  
Excel Treasure Hotel  
Alfa Hotel Yangon  
Sedona Hotel Yangon  
Micasa Hotel Apartments  
Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon  
Kandawgyi Palace Hotel  

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