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Myanmar is possibly the most photogenic place we have ever travelled to. The faces of people happy with life despite hardships, the pristine texture of a countryside unscathed by the damages of modern developement and temples that seem lost in the depths of history. Myanmar is a remarkable place where your camera will be as pleased as you at the end of every day. We found Myanmar to be an easy place to photograph. The locals are always happy to share their moments with the lens and the landscapes seem to pose in perfect lighting for every quick snap of the shutter. Everywhere you look in Myanmar there is a photo waiting to be taken, you just have to be lucky enough to capture it before it’s taken over by yet another great photo opportunity. This is a photo journey through Myanmar that will show just a fraction of what the country has to offer, for both travellers and their tripods.

Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Weighing The Sale
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Waterfall Of Naloy
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Wagon At The Winery
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Village Kids
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
View Of The Ywa Ma
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Umbrella
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
True Countryside
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Tilling
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Ways Of Old
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Vegetable Market
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Temples Of Bagan At Sunset
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Sacred Smells
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Pantless Man On His Chariot
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Pantless Farmer
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Last Catch
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Lady In The Fruit
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Intricacy Of Bagan
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Great Bronze Buddha
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Fishing Intha
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Burmese Cowboy
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The Boat Work Of Inle Lake
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
The 3 Minute Pot
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Temples Of Indein
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Tangled
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Stunning Temples Of Bagan
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Smoking The Famous Cigars
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Slap Fishing Of The Intha
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Simple Toys
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
School Children
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Rush Hour
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Reeling In
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Pots Of Tuang To
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Patience
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Our Class In Naloy
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
One Legged Paddle
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Not Looking Too Happy
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Netting
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Long Walk For Sugar And Water
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Life On The Water
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Half Of The Buddha’s Face
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Life Begins On The Water In Inle
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Just Happy
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Hsipaw, The Village Of Goodbyes
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Hard At Work
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Happy Hot Springs
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Happily At Work
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Green Paradise
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Flower Power
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Fishing Friends
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Carving The Wheel
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Biking Through The Lushness Of Inle Lake
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
Balancing Act
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
A Young Monk
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
A Winery
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
A Wheel For The 5 Days Market
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
A Rice Home
Myanmar For Budget Backpackers
A Pedal To Pagodas
Yangon For Budget Backpackers
A Monk’s Prayer
Inle lake budget backpacker
A Heavy Load
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A Floating Home
Inle Lake For Budget Backpackers
A Cute Face

 

That concludes our Photo Journey Through Myanmar. This post could be called 61 reasons to visit Myanmar. Every time you turn your head there’s a photo waiting to be taken, and every time you turn off the power on your camera, there are 10 more photo opportunities missed. If you still need some convincing to visit Myanmar, check out: Go To Myanmar Before It’s Too Late!

For everything you need to know about Myanmar, check out this Myanmar Goat Guide and for in-country tips and info check out our Myanmar Country Tips

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10 thoughts on “A Photo Journey Through Myanmar

  1. Such a beautiful country, Thanks for these photos. Happy that Burma has had more visitors recently – such an amazing country should not be left isolated. With things the way they are in Thailand right now – http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-27585297 – maybe more people will head to Burma. There is another article with more on Myanmar’s rich culture and heritage for fellow travellers to get to know it a bit better – http://www.travelindochina.com/blog-articles/welcome-to-burma – may be of interest.

  2. Hi Coby,

    I agree, Myanmar is a fascinating country and it’s wonderful that it’s open to tourism now. Although people still need to be mindful of where they are spending their dollars.

    Hopefully things get sorted out in Thailand soon.

  3. Thank you for these great pictures! I will be visitng Myanmar in January 2016 and thanks to you guys I am really looking forward to it!
    Cheers
    Stefano

  4. You’re absolutely right about Myanmar being a very photogenic country.

    I was there back in February of this year (2016) and got the best photos from my 30 years of travel.

    The people there were very friendly and accommodating. Plus they never had a problem with
    me taking photos and I was able to get many candid shots of people going about their daily lives.

    I just discovered your blog and i really enjoy what I’ve read so far. Plus you’ve got some very good photos
    in your posts. I’ve bookmarked your site and will be back for more views.

    Bye the way, I also have a travel blog at roving-camera.com. I’d be honoured if you checked it out sometime.

    Cheers,
    Darrell

  5. Hi Darrell! We felt the same way about Myanmar in 2012 so I’m glad that it is still the same 4 years later. The people were so kind and welcoming, and as you said, didn’t mind having their photo taken 🙂 Happy travels!

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