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At the time of writting, Kengtung was only accessible by air or on foot through the Tachilek border of Thailand, which explaining its isolated nature hosts a collection of temples and monasteries as well as nicely-preserved and genuine cust...

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Explore Pakokku – A trading centre for the Chindwin and Yaw River valleys on a next trip to Myanmar.

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