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Myanmar – „Unspoilt” Asia
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Published: 12.5.2017

Southeast Asia is a still developing region. If you want to see places untouched by the West then travel to Myanmar. Many places are hard to reach yet the infrastructure is being upgraded all the time. Soon, there won't be any problem at all with traveling. Now you just need patience. However, you don't even need that if you watch our video which introduces the everyday life of the locals.

 

Text and video: Matouš Vinš

Music: Sergey Cheremisinov, Sergey Cheremisinov





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