Myanmar is ethnically diverse and culturally supreme. Its authentic features are some of the most popular in the country while its beaches offer idyllic relaxation.

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Myanmar nestles alongside Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand and has a ethnic diversity consisting of around 100 groups with their own cultural identities. It’s largest city is Yangon is everything you would expect of a thriving Asian city with markets sitting next to temples and has the familiar architecture left behind from British rule. Its Shwedagon Pagoda - the Golden Pagoda - in the city is one of the most visited sites in the country. A cheap way of living gives teachers the opportunities to leave the classroom and live as relaxed or thrilling way of life.


Teaching in Myanmar


Opportunities are really starting to open up here.  This is a real opportunity to make your mark teaching in this relatively new hub for international education.

We’ll guide you through the growing options and our expert Asia team may well introduce you to a location that will soon become your first choice destination.


Travel Highlights


Visit the Shwedagon Pagoda - Arguably the country’s most awe inspiring temple.

ATMs on the rise - Once upon a time it was necessary to carry around bundles of cash but that’s no longer the case.

Buses faster than trains - But that’s not to say they are fast. Travelling around Myanmar can take time.

Restrictions - Be mindful that ongoing government disputes means some of the country is locked off to foreigners.

Watch your step - Pointing something out with your feet is seen as disrespectful.

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