Breaking Burma is a mini-documentary (at 8 minutes 27 seconds) by Camp 4 Collective. This film chronicles their expedition to the Burmese Himalaya. They attempt to summit Hkakabo Razi to determine if it’s Southeast Asia’s highest point (not Kota Kinabalu, as most people think). Read more about this expedition at National Geographic. Watch the video […]
Although the second largest country in Southeast Asia, Myanmar hasn’t shared the spotlight with other nations, but it has more to offer than the world knows. It hardly becomes part of a Southeast Asian tour itinerary, and most of us are left oblivious of the wonders of this nation. A group of travellers called The […]
A handful of Myanmar by Berta upe Tilmantaitė is a short visual and musical journey through Myanmar (Burma). The video includes scenes from Yangon, Dhala, Pathen, Ngwe Saugn, Bagan, Mandalay, and Inle Lake.
Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) has been opening up to travellers over the last couple of years and more regional airlines are now serving the country, making it even easier to visit. Bangkok Airways now fly to Yangon, Mandalay and Naypyitaw and are offering a free trip to each of these destinations in Myanmar. To […]
Fishermen of Inle Lake row with their leg wrapped around an oar so they can tend to nets. [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]
Sule Pagoda (Paya) is the central point of the city of Yangon, near the City Hall built during the British era. [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]
There are over 2000 ruined temples at the ancient city of Bagan, Myanmar. [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]
Visualtraveling – Myanmar from Patrik Wallner. ON his Vimeo channel Patrik Wallner said he was pondering whether to bring his work (that being his camera and accessories) to his trip to Myanmar (Burma). I’m glad he did, as you will see from this stunning little short film on his highlights of Myanmar.
Vimeo: Bonsai Burma A tilt-shift film, shot by Joerg Daiber in Rangoon (Yangon), Kalaw, Inle Lake, Mandalay and Bagan in Burma (Myanmar).
Mandalay Palace in Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma). [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]