Sample Sidebar Module

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Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_bottom position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_top position below the search.
Nay Pyi Taw

Nay Pyi Taw

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Nay Pyi Taw is the new national capital of Myanmar, located near Pyinmana township in Mandalay Region. Nay Pyi Taw means “Royal City”. The country’s administrative centre, it is approximately 320 kilometres north of Yangon.

Taungoo

Located 280 kilometres from Yangon, Taungoo is one of few places where you can expect good accommodation on the Yangon-Mandalay highway. Formerly known as Kaytumadi, Taungoo was founded by King Mingyinyo in 151OAD and later expended by King Minye Kyawhtin. The four sides of the old city walls can still be seen for the most part. About 6.4 metres from the walls is the moat, which is about 9.6 metres wide.

Taungoo is one of the main gateways to Bago Yoma. In its teak forests you can see how elephant work, pulling and stacking giant logs. The work site moves around regularly, and accommodation is simple: tents and sleeping bags.

Pyay

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A small town on a bend in the Ayeyarwady River. Pyay is very close to what was the seat of the Pyu Kingdom from the 5th to the 9th centuries. Called Sri Ksetra, there are still many ruins from this ancient capital. The site features quite a different architectural style to other periods and is one of the most interesting historical and archaeological sites in Myanmar. Pyay lies 290 kilometres northwest of Yangon and is comfortably accessible by car, which takes between five and six hours.

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