Enjoy these Myanmar photos, all taken by members of the Solo Travel Society and readers of Solo Traveler while exploring the country.
While traveling in Myanmar, a member of the Solo Travel Society on Facebook sent us this wonderful photo of stupas in Mandalay.
What a great way to get a broad perspective on a destination: this Solo Travel Society member shares a photo taken from a hot air balloon in Bagan, Myanmar.
A Solo Travel Society member visits Naypyidaw, also known as The Ghost City of Myanmar, and finds it truly lives up to its nickname.
This photo of a temple in Bagan, in the Mandalay Region of Myanmar comes to us courtesy of a member of the Solo Travel Society.
A day trip to Bago to see stunning holy sites also reveals what I hadn’t noticed about driving in Maynmar. Here’s my day in photos.
The gold-gilded stupa of the Shwedagon Pagoda stands 99 meters high. Struck by the sun in the early morning or late afternoon, its beauty is dazzling. Here are a few choice photos from my visit.
Solo travel to Yangon is exciting. Virtually closed to tourism for many years, Myanmar is open and fascinating. Here’s my experience on the circular train.
This photo of monks in Myanmar, lining up for lunch at a monastery, was contributed by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
This Solo Travel Society member loved the boat trips, monasteries, hot springs, the winery, and especially the welcoming people of Inle Lake.
Check out this great photo of Golden Rock, an important Buddhist pilgrimage site in Myanmar, captured by a Solo Travel Society member.