Travel Blogs from Kengtung, Myanmar

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Naung Cho Village - Loi-Mwe, Loi-Mwe, Myanmar travel blog

Naung Cho Village - Loi-Mwe

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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This morning drive to Loi-mwe was on board an old 20 seater bus. I know why such a small bus was needed because of the road conditions. Passing the rice terraces and forest, we hung on as we were being bounced around. Four of us on the back seats built ...

HIGHLIGHTS Wed 9 Jan: Pin Tau hill tribe villages, Kengtung, Myanmar travel blog

HIGHLIGHTS Wed 9 Jan: Pin Tau hill tribe villages

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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Pin Tau is a popular jumping off point from Keng Tung to see a few different hill tribes that live close together. First up was another Akha village. Next door was Ann hill tribe village. We passed through another Akha village before getting back to Pin ...

Lunch @ Loi-Mwe & colonial houses, Loi-Mwe, Myanmar travel blog

Lunch @ Loi-Mwe & colonial houses

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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Noon time and we walked passed the lake in Loi-mwe to where lunch was served in another small family ran operation. Just look at how all our food came from the real simple kitchen. These bottles have different ...

Pan Wai Villge: Loi-Mwe, Loi-Mwe, Myanmar travel blog

Pan Wai Villge: Loi-Mwe

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... time downwards. While Loi-mwe was only 20 miles (11 miles on sealed and currently 9 ks on unsealed road) south east of Kengtung, it felt like a 100 ks away and another lifetime. Dinner tonight was at the Lod Htin Lu Restaurant - a Chinese style ...

HIGHLIGHTS Tues 8 Jan: Kengtung + Loi-mwe villages, Kengtung, Myanmar travel blog

HIGHLIGHTS Tues 8 Jan: Kengtung + Loi-mwe villages

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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For 45 minutes we wandered through the bustling local Kengtung market … no tourists ... just the locals buying their daily provisions and us. Passing the rice terraces and forest, we hung on as we were being bounced around towards Loi-mwe. Road ...

HIGHLIGHTS Mon 7 Jan: All day trip to Kentung, Kengtung, Myanmar travel blog

HIGHLIGHTS Mon 7 Jan: All day trip to Kentung

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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Another day dawns and up a bit earlier to see more of the monks walk by below and collect their spoonful of rice from the same local man just along the road. Just out of Nyaung Shwe we stopped at a small temple with hundreds of little Buddha statues next ...

Kengtung, Kengtung, Myanmar travel blog

Kengtung

A travel blog entry by koppers

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Amazing Myanmar, Kyaingtung, Myanmar travel blog

Amazing Myanmar

A travel blog entry by jo-jo

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One Day in Myanmar (Burma) - Country #44, Kengtung, Myanmar travel blog

One Day in Myanmar (Burma) - Country #44

A travel blog entry by richard.fry

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Today we took a 12 hour round trip journey to Myanmar (the country formally known as Burma) so I could get my 44th country stamped on my passport.  Burma makes Thailand look expensive!  We stocked up on our liquor in the Duty Free, so I ...

Bonbons ou pas bonbons, Kengtung, Myanmar travel blog

Bonbons ou pas bonbons

A travel blog entry by surledep

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Yo,Paraît qu’il fait froid chez vous, comprend pas, ici il fait 30 degrés...Destination la ville de Kengtung pour essayer d’organiser 3 jours de trek puis passage de la frontière thaï qui est en principe ouverte aux étrangers...Selon le ...

The eastern frontier of the British Empire, Kengtung, Myanmar travel blog

The eastern frontier of the British Empire

A travel blog entry by soulcollector

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Having explored Mrauk U in the remote northwestern corner of Myanmar, I then headed toward another remote town called Keng Tung in the opposite direction, not far from the border with China and Thailand. Due to the ongoing civil war with the Shan and the ...

zlati trikotnik, Kengtung, Myanmar travel blog

zlati trikotnik

A travel blog entry by lohkar5er

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Trek in Kentung, Kentung, Myanmar travel blog

Trek in Kentung

A travel blog entry by perez_r

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Just a 60 miles far away from the China border, 80 miles from the Laos border and 100 miles from the Thailand border. The village is calm, with a pagoda (of course!!) and with a lake where we select a bar to drink some no soft drinks ... jajaja (2 ...

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