Myanmar (Burma)

  • Title: Myanmar (Burma)
  • Author: David Abram
  • ISBN: 9781780055633
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Myanmar Burma With its glittering pagodas timeless countryside and gracious people Myanmar Burma is an extraordinarily beautiful destination which has been isolated from the rest of the world for decades Finally
    With its glittering pagodas, timeless countryside and gracious people, Myanmar Burma is an extraordinarily beautiful destination which has been isolated from the rest of the world for decades Finally, things are changing and tourism is set to explode in the coming years This new edition of the Insight Guide Myanmar has been comprehensively overhauled to help inspire anWith its glittering pagodas, timeless countryside and gracious people, Myanmar Burma is an extraordinarily beautiful destination which has been isolated from the rest of the world for decades Finally, things are changing and tourism is set to explode in the coming years This new edition of the Insight Guide Myanmar has been comprehensively overhauled to help inspire and inform, and guide you to the best that this little known country has to offer.Following on from the inspirational Best Of Myanmar section, the country s rich past and cultural heritage are described in a series of lively essays Contemporary aspects of Burmese life the changing political situation, the economy, food, architecture, wildlife are also covered in depth.The Places chapters have been completely rewritten for this new edition, describing all the sights worth seeing from the incomparable temples of Bagan, serene Inle Lake, the lost world of Mrauk U and the beaches along the Bay of Bengal to the fascinating cities of Yangon and Mandalay.At the back of the book, the Travel Tips section contains all the practical information you ll need to make the most of your trip, including dozens of carefully selected hotels.

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    About David Abram


    1. David Abram born June 24, 1957 is an American philosopher, cultural ecologist, and performance artist, best known for his work bridging the philosophical tradition of phenomenology with environmental and ecological issues He is the author of Becoming Animal An Earthly Cosmology, published in 2010 and of The Spell of the Sensuous Perception and Language in a More than Human World, for which he received, among other awards, the international Lannan Literary Award for Nonfiction Abram is founder and creative director of the Alliance for Wild Ethics AWE his essays on the cultural causes and consequences of ecological disarray have appeared often in such journals as Orion, Environmental Ethics, Parabola, Tikkun, and The Ecologist, as well as in numerous anthologies.


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    1. I bought this guide for 3 reasons:1. it was the most updated guide of all - the release of the printed copy being April 13 and luckily for me the ebook was available earlierI had used a Lonely Planet guide that was 2 years old for my previous trip to Myanmar and honestly it was the worst LP ever.2. it's been quite a while that I wanted to try to find alternatives to the omnipresent Lonely Planet, which make you go to the same places as all the other people, advertise a lot of restaurants cooking [...]

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    2. I find the Insight Guides really useful. I love the mixture of interesting articles and evocative photographs, alongside practical information about places to see and how to travel well. I bought this book in Yangon and it turned out to be my most up to date and positive commentary.

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