Major National Ethnic Race
Climate and Temperature
Myanmar has Three Seasons; (1) Summer, (2) Monsoon and (3) Winter Season.
|Hot Season (Summer)||
March to May
(Average Temperature; 30 to 35 degree centigrade)
|Rain Season (Monsoon)||
June to September
(Average Temperature; 25 to 30 degree centigrade and Average Rain Fall : 75 cm)
|Cool Season (Winter)||
October to February
(Average Temperature; 20 to 24 degree centigrade)
Myanmar lies on the crossroad of two of the world’s great civilizations China and India but its culture is neither that of India nor that of China exclusively, but a blend of both interspersed with Myanmar native traits and characteristics. Buddhism has great influence on daily life of the Myanmar. The people have preserved the traditions of close family ties, respect for the elders, reverence for Buddhism and simple native dress. People are contented and cheerful even in the face of adversities and known for their simply hospitality and friendliness.
The Myanmar standard time is six and a half hours in advance of GMT.
Electricity Domestic power A.C 220-250 V, 50 Hz.
Myanmar cuisine represents an intriguing blend of Mon, Indian, Bamar and Chinese influences. The core of any Myanmar meal is “Rice” eaten with curry dishes commonly are fish, chicken, prawns and mutton. Beef and Pork are of little eaten by Myanmar people.
When to Go
The Best Season for visiting Myanmar falls between October to End of April but Myanmar is a year round destination.
Contact InfoAddress : No.199 (2 nd floor), Botahtaung Pagoda Road (Middle Block), Pazuntaung Township, Yangon, Myanmar
Tel : +95-9-264 254 488, +95-9-7888 21929, +95–1-295603
Fax : +95-1-295603
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.ytt-international.com