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Myanmar는 산림 보호를 목적으로 목재 수입을 시작

미얀마 정부는 산림 보호를 위하여 목재 수입을 시작하였습니다. 오래 기간 동안 목재를 생산한 업체와 수출 업자 그리고 자국내 목재 회사들은 계속적으로 운영하고 있습니다. 천연 자원과 환경 보존부 장관인 U Kyaw Zaw는 아시아 태평양 지역의 다른 국가들이 산림 자원 보존을 위해 시행하는 계획들과 동일하게 시행할 것이고 원자재 수입을 결정하였다고 발표하였습니다. 6 more words


Temple on Top

Cherry On Top

Thatbyinnyu Pahto Temple, also known as the “the Omniscient” temple is highest temple in Bagan was built during the reign of King Sithu I (1113-1167).   39 more words


Myanmar Trip Day 4: Sunrise at Buhlaygyi, City Tour of Bagan Major Temples, Sunset at Pyathatgyi

Today we woke up early at 4 am to catch sunrise from the top of a pagoda called Buhlaygyi (don’t search it on the internet, there’s no result on it), we went from our hotel (Su Tine San, a very good and affordable hotel whose guest are only two person, us) at 5 am. 695 more words


Urbex in Yangon

One of the main issues when considering urban exploration in Myanmar’s largest city Yangon is that virtually all the buildings in the city look abandoned due to the poor upkeep and their advanced state of decay. 597 more words


2016 Rangoon & Mandalay Days 4 & 5

Country: Myanmar (Burma)

City: Mandalay & Yangon

Flight: Yangon Airways & Myanmar Airways International

Hotel: Sedona Hotel Mandalay & Best Western Hotel Chinatown (Yangon)

Tour by  1,559 more words


My Day in Yangon

Day 2

Sleepy Yangon is not on the itineraries of most travelers to Southeast Asia.  However, the former capital of Myanmar is definitely worth a visit.  338 more words


​Anatomy, golf  and geopolitical history - Yangon bookshops 

I’ve been in Myanmar for 3 days now, after just a short stop in Bangkok (just enough time to get, in a blink of a eye, a sense of innumerable crowds and hectic traffic), and I should (and will eventually) try to gather all my thoughts and experiences into an article, but as today we went on a idle walk all around the center, without any sense of purpose, just to discover small streets and corner stalls, I couldn’t wait to share a few glimpses into some of Yangon’s bookstores. 401 more words