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Inle Lake

The Spot Is One Of Southeast Asia's Best Kept Secrets

Fodor's | Posted 06.24.2015 | Travel
Fodor's

Life on the shallow, 13.5-mile freshwater lake is utterly captivating: With no roads or sidewalks to speak of, locals and visitors alike get around in one-person-wide wooden boats outfitted with outboard propellers.

My Burmese Inspiration

Chantal Adair | Posted 06.22.2015 | Travel
Chantal Adair

Having spent many seasons photographing street style in cities like London, Milan, Paris & New York, part of me yearned to explore a place and a visua...

A Picture Postcard From Inle Lake, Myanmar

Alison Teal | Posted 06.15.2015 | Travel
Alison Teal

If it weren't for the noise pollution of the single cylinder inboard diesel engines, you would swear you had stepped back a thousand years.

Six Reasons You Should Chuck the Spa Vacation and Indulge in Exotic Myanmar (PHOTOS)

Susan Portnoy | Posted 05.25.2013 | Travel
Susan Portnoy

Whether you're a seasoned traveler looking for something new, or you just want a grand adventure, Myanmar (a/k/a Burma) should be high on your short list.

PHOTOS: Is This Myanmar's Next Great Hotel?

Posted 03.11.2013 | Travel

Since Myanmar threw open its doors to international tourists several years ago, the Southeast Asian dictatorship has been a huge draw for travelers lo...

PHOTOS: Top 10 Must-Sees In Myanmar

Kensington Tours | Posted 07.30.2012 | Travel
Kensington Tours

Don't be surprised if monks and nuns share the same status as rock-stars and celebrities -- it is truly unlike any place you know!

PHOTOS: Portraits From Myanmar

Diya Luke | Posted 07.17.2012 | Travel
Diya Luke

I left Myanmar will a camera full of images from the golden hued temples of Bagan, the tranquil floating villages of Inle Lake and the expansive Irrawaddy River. However, what is etched in my memory is Myanmar's people.

PHOTOS: Back In Time In Myanmar

Sam Gellman | Posted 07.14.2012 | Travel
Sam Gellman

in Myanmar, villagers never ask for money to have their picture taken. This is especially noteworthy because the country is terribly poor.