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Luxer Deluxe Hotel is located in Ngwe Saung. It features comfortable rooms with air conditioning and the convenience of a 24-hour front desk. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.
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Mont di is a collective term for Burmese cuisine dishes made with thin rice noodles. The vermicelli is used fresh, as it ferments quickly in Myanmar’s tropical climate. There are a number of mont di dishes and the Rakhine mont di of the Arakanese from western Myanmar is the most popular. Mandalay mont di is another well known dish.
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Myanmar has large rivers, an extensive coastline and a number of port cities, so seafood and fish are very popular. At coastal towns and resorts such as Mawlamyine, Ngapali and Ngwe Saung, a wide variety of delicious fish and shellfish – caught the same day by local fishermen – are served at restaurants to suit all budgets. Similarly in the villages of Inle Lake, local specialities such as Htamin jin – made of rice, boiled fish, tomato and potato – have fresh ingredients that are sourced entirely locally.
Read more : http://myanmartourism.info/en/foods-and-drinks/specialities-and-regional-dishes.html
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Experience downtown Yangon as the locals do on a 2.5-hour walking tour of the night markets. Shop, browse, eat and revel in the ambiance of this vibrant city as a guide leads you through the main market district, a tangle of small lanes where few visitors go. Check out an array of boutiques and street vendors selling all kinds of products, stop for tea or a cold drink, and then end the evening at an outdoor food market where you can sample snacks and beer.
Read more : http://myanmartourism.info/en/things-to-do/yangon-by-night-burmese-market-tour.html
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Getting away from it all’ isn’t exactly why most people come to Myanmar, but if the need strikes, Ngapali’s idyllic palm-lined beach is the place to do it. With its pristine white sands, the clear blue waters of the Bay of Bengal, and a host of sophisticated accommodation, Ngapali – some say named by a wayward Italian reminiscing about Napoli years ago – has a justified reputation as the country’s premier beach getaway.
Read more : http://myanmartourism.info/en/things-to-do/introducing-ngapali-beach.html
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