Myanmar (Burma): A Travel Survival Kit

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Lonely Planet, 1993 - Travel - 174 pages
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Reclusive and exotic Burma (Myanmar) is one of Asia's most interesting countries. This classic guide covers the "tourist triangle" route of Rangoon (Yangon)--Mandalay--Pagan, and many lesser-known places such as Pegu and Inle Lake. The New York Times called this book "indispensable . . . full of invaluable consumer information for any traveler".

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Cummings began travelling in South-East Asia shortly after finishing university. He is a graduate student of the Thai language and Asian art history.

Wheeler is an ex-engineer.

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