How to Travel Responsibly in Burma

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  1. A very thoughtful (and responsible) write-up. You’ve touched on several important key points, offering sound advice which can easily be applied to travels anywhere in the world. Excellent job! And great Instagram shots to go along with your valuable insights!

    And thank you for sharing the ‘dos & don’ts’ digital booklet link for mobile and desktop.

  2. Polly Barks says:

    I love all of these tips as I think they’re super pertinent for traveling just about anywhere in the developing world. Kudos!

  3. David says:

    Incredibly detailed and well thought out post. In the wake of the tourist incidents in Malaysia, this post on respect is well-timed … cheers!

  4. Martha says:

    The more I read about Burma the more conflicted I feel about visiting so thanks you for such a great write up on this topic. As Peter mentioned I think this is great advice that can be applied to travelling in an country.

  5. Great tips! Thanks for the article.

  6. Aigerim says:

    Hi Alana,

    I guess these can be applied in any country you visit, especially in Asia, Latin America or Africa. Thank you for sharing!

  7. Love this! We’re heading to Burma in the new year, so these tips are especially helpful. Totally agree re. the photography thing, always best to ask first! Plus, this generally leads to conversation and a great insight into a local’s life. What more could you want!
    Thanks for sharing 🙂

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