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Kopie von Learn Prezi Fast

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Sofie Rottmann

on 10 May 2015

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by Sofie Rottmann
Learn Prezi Fast
This view is called the overview. You can see different views by clicking thumbnails in the sidebar.
Zoom in and out freely with these buttons or the scroll wheel on a mouse
These are frames, they're like slides -
you can navigate to them from the sidebar or add more from the top left corner.
Click and delete the grey boxes to get started!
Add images using the insert button above
Master the zooming canvas in minutes
Official language: Burmese
Capital: Naypyidaw
Population: ~51,000,000
Religion: Buddhism
Ideal tourist season: October -
General Information
Pudong International Airport to South Korea
South Korea to Yagon Interational Airport
Yangon to Mandalay
Mandalay to Nyaung U
Nyaung U / Bagan to Heho
Heho to Yagon International Airport
Yangon to South Korea
South Korea to Pudong International Airport
Yangon: Winner Inn
Mandalay: Hotel Amazing Mandalay
Bagan: Oasis Hotel
Inle Lake: La Maison Birmane

Transfer directly to the hotel
walk in downtown to discover many colonial-style buildings
visit the amazing Shwedagon Pagoda, the symbol of Burma
sightseeings includes gold leaves making facotories, weaving and bronze castings, craftsmen's quarters
sunset at Mandalay Hill
visit the sight of Mingun
Sagaing, the most religous centre of local Buddhist people
visit the Kaung Mu Daw Pagoda
visit the U Bein teak Bridge
discover the richest archeological site of Asia with more than 3000 stupas and temples
visit the Shwesigon Pagoda
watch the sunset at a temple
visit the Nyaung U Market
visit laquer wear factories
small horse cart ride among the pagodas and temples
Inle Lake
drive to Nyaung Shwe
discover Inle Lake by boat with it's unique leg rowers, floating gardens, local methods of fishing and the floating village life
visit silk weaving villages
visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda
bycicle ride to the Red Mountain Winery
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