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  • Keng Tong

    Keng Tung (Kayinng Tong) is the second biggest city in eastern Shan State, and is the capital of the Golden Triangle region.
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    Kayah State

    Kayah State is situated in eastern Myanmar. It is bounded on the north by Shan State, on the east by Thailand's Mae Hong Son Province, and on the south and west by Kayin State.
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    Kayin State

    This state is situated at the Southern Eastern
    part of Myanmar. There are not only many
    pagodas and caves to visit but also
    the mountains like Zwekabin Mountain, etc, to trek.
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    Mon State

    Mawlamyine is the capital of Mon State and
    the third largest city of Myanmar after
    Yangon and Mandalay. It is situated
    at the mouth of the “Than Lwin River”, 171 km
    south east of Yangon.
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  • Kalaw

    KALAW founded as hill station by British civil servants fleeing the heat of the plains and Kalaw still feels like a high-altitude holiday resort.
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    Myitkyina and Putao

    Myitkyina is the capital of Kachin State. It’s the northern most railway terminal, 919 miles from Yangon and 487 miles from Mandalay.
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    Hsipaw and Kyaukme (Northen Shan State)

    Hsipaw, is the principal town of Hsipaw Township in Shan State, Myanmar on the riverbank of DuthawadiRiver.
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    Mergui Archipelago

    Myeik, 248km farther south of Dawei, (known as Mergui in colonial times and pronounce as Beik in Myanmar spoken form) perched on a peninsula that just out into the Andaman Sea.
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