budget backpacking guide to myanmar

Budget Backpacking Guide To Myanmar

Myanmar has recently become the most searched country on this website, so we thought a Goat Guide was in order.  We hope this guide to Myanmar will help out all those people who plan on visiting this amazing country. In this Goat Guide, you will learn everything you need to know about Myanmar. How much ...
Yangon For Budget Backpackers

Go To Myanmar Before It’s Too Late!

“This is Burma and it is unlike any land you know about.” -Rudyard Kipling, Letters from the East (1898)- Things are changing everywhere in the world, but perhaps this global metamorphosis can be best portrayed in Myanmar, where tourists are flooding in as the travel barriers are being broken down. With every government sanction dropped ...
Visas In Southeast Asia

10 Reasons To Travel To Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia is still budget backpacker’s territory, where voluntarily homeless souls wander the endless coastlines, trek through the dense jungles and indulge in the delicious cuisines. A trip through Southeast Asia is often a right of passage into the big wide world of travel and makes for a great first, or one-hundred-and-first trip. Some people mistakenly ...
Yangon For Budget Backpackers: Going To & Coming From

Travel to Myanmar: A Trip to Incredible Inle Lake

After an enormously rewarding 8 days in Hsipaw, we decided it was time for us to move on. We were on a 14 hour overnight bus to Inle Lake. We were lucky and managed to get some sleep in between all the stopping – seriously, who is so hungry that they need to have tea ...
Where To Sleep In Hsipaw

Hsipaw, Myanmar: The Village Of Goodbyes Part #2

We met our new Taiwanese friends at their hotel and they walked us to the small village called Naloy, where they teach. They explained how their small class had started the whole way there. In 2008 the now founder of the class, Hope, had come to Myanmar with the dream of helping the village kids ...
Where To Sleep In Hsipaw

Hsipaw, Myanmar: The Village Of Goodbyes Part #1

We left the temples, payas and pagoda’s of Bagan to head for the hills, tribes and treks in the northern village of Hsipaw. But first we had to go to another one of Myanmar’s major cities, Mandalay. Not just a congested mix of buildings and traffic, Mandalay actually has some charm and there is plenty ...
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