The week in photos – Myanmar transport

Mingalaba from Myanmar!

It’s been a whirlwind few weeks here in Myanmar. I must say it’s been an incredible time time here and I am sad to leave today. There’s still so much to take in and process in my head. My initial thoughts has been that it’s been overwhelming, unique and a reminder of why I travel in the first place.

I’m off today to Bangkok where I’ll spend four days relaxing, catching up on some writing, catching up with some friends and eating lots of street food. After that, it’s back to Hanoi where I’ll start planning the rest of my time in Vietnam and beyong.

The internet’s here in Myanmar has been incredibly slow,  just like the transportation here so I haven’t been able to update the blog as much. That’s why I’ve aptly titled the theme of the week in photos as Myanmar Transport.

I’m looking forward to writing more about Myanmar in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, I hope you enjoy the photos. As usual, let me know which one you like and you can also pin your favourite ones to Pinterest now by click on the Pinit icon when hovering the mouse over the image.

“Some beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost.” 
― Erol Ozan

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A bus attendant calls out for passengers to board

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A passenger catches some air whilst on the circle line in Yangon. A circuit that lasts 3.5 hours and provides a glimpse into everyday life in Yangon.

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A taxi driver and his shrine on his taxi car dashboard.

golden rock transport

48 people piled into the back of a truck, waiting to be transported 45 minutes up a hill to the Golden Rock Pagoda from Kinpun.

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Fancy curtains and a chandelier on the bus to Kalaw

inle lake boat transport

The full moon shines over Inle Lake as a long boat ferries passengers home before darkness sets.

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A truck zooms by ferrying passengers on the back.


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  1. Pingback: Observing daily Yangon life on the circle train line

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