To participate in this momentous occasion, you won't need much. Perhaps a single candle or a colorful lantern might be an ideal addition. All you have to do is switch on your lights and join the crowds celebrating the festival in the towns of Myanmar.
Explore the vibrant culture of the Kayah ethnic group in Myanmar through their enchanting housewarming festival. Discover age-old traditions, rituals, and the warm hospitality that make this event a unique cultural experience. Join us in uncovering the rich heritage of the Kayah people in Kayah State
Myanmar, a captivating Southeast Asian country, has drawn tourists from around the world with its natural wonders, ancient temples, and distinct culture. In this blog post, we will take you on a journey of remarkable local experiences in Myanmar, allowing you to connect with the heart and soul of this beautiful country.
Experience the unique traditions of Myanmar's Thingyan Water Festival, held annually during the third part of April, as you get drenched in fun and festive celebrations that mark the start of the Burmese New Year. Check out this story to know what do we do during Thingyan and when does Thingyan start...
Ponemagyi Shin Ma is a hidden Nat worshipped by Farmers of Upper Myanmar. There are 37 famous Nats in Myanmar. These Nats are historical or legendary figures when they were human beings who had suffered exceedingly tragic or violent deaths and they became Nat Sein. Ponemagyi Shin Ma is not Nat Sein. She is not included in these 37 Nats as she is an ogress.
The diverse culture of Myanmar is on full display during its seasonal festivals. The country has a number or celebrated ones, all with their own unique traditions and celebrations that happen throughout the year!
Shin Koe Shin Pagodas are unique 9 pagodas in Dawei. If you visit Dawei, you should visit Shin Koe Shin Pagodas and you can study the histories and architecture of Shin Koe Shin Pagodas. When most people visit Dawei, they first go to Shin Koe Shin pagodas. And then, they go to the beaches, islands, and other destinations.
Sagaing is the vibrant city in northern Myanmar known for its many interesting places. Once, Sagaing was the former capital of the Sagaing division. From Sagaing's historic temples and monasteries to its bustling markets, there is something here for everyone to enjoy.
Myanmar is one of the Southeast Asian Nations of 135 ethnic groups divided into eight major races: Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Bamar, Mon, Rakhine, and Shan. Each has its own remarkably unique cultures, traditions along with ethnic languages.
The Myanmar astrology belief in the posts represents the planets. Each post represents a day in the week a person was born on. Each post has its name as well as age based upon where they stand around the pagoda. The posts are situated at every corner of the stupa and have mythological animals carved into them for good luck according to those who believe it will protect you during your journey through life!
Myanmar people who are prosperous with diverse traditions and who are keen to have fun hold the respective festivals every month according to Myanmar Lunar Festival. So, 12 different festivals are mostly held on each full moon day with its own tradition and specification that some full moon days are even national holidays and some are not. Besides, some are held nationwide while some are held only in specific regions. Among those 12 festivals, Thazaungdine Fire Balloon festival which is held in 8th Myanmar lunar month called Thazaungmone is a famous and magnificent one.