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Yangon is the lively former capital of Myanmar which is unbridled in its enthusiastic offerings of street food, cheap merchandise and other places of interest. Find out more about this wonderful place here!       Colonial Past Yangon still contains remnants of its British colonial past including structures like the Myanmar railway headquarters and the telegraph office. Tiles imported from Manchester in 1906 can still be found in the city’s Gecko Bar. Places of …

The Story that’s Told through Music and Dance – Sway with the Rhythm of a Fire Dance!

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Uluwatu is scattered with a number of attractions and many interesting things to do. A visit to this beautiful island will be incomplete without watching a dramatic ‘Kecak dance’. About Also known as the ‘Ramayana Monkey Chant’, the Kecak Dance is one of the most captivating traditional performances performed by the Balinese people. It’s not a mere dance performed rhythmically to entertain the spectators. The dancers narrate the story of the popular epic, ‘Ramayana’ in …

Bodu Beru, the beating rhythm of Maldives -The main component of traditional Maldivian music

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When it comes to fun, Maldives also offers a diverse entertainment scene. While you do not get a huge variety of entertainment in Maldives, there is enough to keep you well occupied. If you get the chance try to take in a ‘Bodu Beru’ performance which features traditional drums. Bodu Beru Along the beaches if you find a group of about twenty men dressed in white sarongs and white short sleeved shirts bobbing about, drumming, chanting …