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Bagan: Balloons at Sunrise

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Beautiful sunrise | Bagan, Myanmar (Burma) | 4K Drone DJI Mavic Air

Energy Butterfly

Check out the fabulous shots of a sunrise over historic Myanmar in this aerial video by constributor and pilot Energy Butterfly. Home to hundreds and hundred of ancient temples, stupas, pagodas, and monasteries, the country formerly known as Burma is a traveler’s delight. As you can see in this drone video, the temples and pagodas practically sit on top of one another in certain parts of the country. Making the scene all the more fabulous is the dozens of hot air balloons floating in the distance. 

Bagan and Ngwesaung

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Myanmar (Bagan + Ngwesaung), Short movie, Dji Mavic Air | 4K

Energy Butterfly

Content creator and pilot Energy Butterfly used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this stunning aerial video of Myanmar, the Southeast Asian country once known as Burma.  The first part of the video was captured around the ancient city of Bagan in the center of the country, which was once the seat of the great Pagan Empire and home to over 10,000 Buddhist temples and pagoda's.  The second part of the video covers Ngwesaung, a beautiful beach area on the Bay of Bengal, due west of the capital Yangon. 

Aerial Tour of Myanmar

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Enchanted Myanmar

oliverastrologo

Myanmar, once known as Burma, is an enchanting Southeast Asian country full of beautiful beaches, scenic views of the Himalayas, tropical forests, and much more. This short film by top contributor Oliver Astrologo takes you on a mystical journey throughout the country.  Locations shown in the video include Amarapura, Ava & Sagaing, Bagan, Heho, Inle Lake & Indein, Kalaw, Kawthaung, MacLeod Island, Mandalay, Mergui Arcipelago, Mingun, Mount Popa, Pindaya Caves, and Yangon.

The Pagodas of Myanmar

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The Land of Thousands Pagodas

Nomadik Footprints

The Southeast Asian country Myanmar is home to the tworld's third largest population of Buddhists, after China and Thailand.  With nearly 50 million followers of the religion, it's not surprising that Myanmar has been called the Land of a Thousand Pagoda's.  Many are encrusted in gold and can be seen for miles, particularly those in the area known as the Sacred Plain.  In this beautiful video by contributor and pilot AlexAroundTheWorldFilms, you will see some of these temples of the world's third largest religion.

Myanmar Drone Tour

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Amazing Myanmar (Burma)

GeorgeMarcu

Experience the nation of Myanmar like never before thanks to aerial footage by top content creator and drone pilot GeorgeMarcu. This 4K drone video shows off the beautiful natural landscape of this fascinating Southeast Asian country, as well as its many unique pagodas which dot this Buddhist-majority land. Perhaps the most famous of these - the Shwedagon Pagoda - is covered in gold and sits 100 meters high (over 300 feet) in the heart of Yangon, the largest city of Myanmar and its capital.

Myanmar by Drone

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Myanmar (Burma) From Above

BigHeadGreg

Top contributor and pilot Big Head Greg created this stunning aerial tour of Myanmar, the highly diverse Southeast Asian country.  Once quite isolated, in recent years Myanmar has developed a significant tourist industry based on its amazing natural scenery and cultural landmarks.  Using a drone, Big Head Greg treats us to aerial views of some of the most well known sites in this Southeast Asian country once known as Burma, including the pagoda's of Bagan, its second city Mandalay, the capital city of Yangon, Inle Lake, Hsipaw, and more.

The Temples of Bagan

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Bagan -A forest of temples- Aerial

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The ancient city of Bagan is located in the Myanmar province of Mandalay, deep in the interior of the country.  Hundreds of years ago, Bagan was the capital of the Pagan Kingdom, a regional power which was the precursor to modern-day Myanmar.  In this video, top content creator and pilot contributor NAVA uses a DJI Phantom 1 drone to give a bird's eye view of some of the Bagan region, a plains area which at one point was home to more than 10,000 Buddhist temples and pagodas and which is known as the Sacred Plain.

Yangon: Myanmar's Capital City

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Yangon cityscape

Dyl Alex

Yangon, once known as Rangoon, is the largest city in Myanmar, once known as Burma.  Founded in the 11th century, the city was relatively unimportant until Great Britain colonized the region in the 19th century and made it the capital of British Burma.  The city is no longer the country's capital, which was moved to Naypyidaw.  In this video, content creator and pilot Alex Dyl gives us a bird's eye view of this Southeast Asian metropolis, which is home to approximately 8 million people as of 2018. 

Mandalay: Myanmar's Second City

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Mandalay

Kangyimg

Myanmar's second largest city after its capital Yangon is Mandalay, which lies near the geographic center of this large Southeast Asian country.  Mandalay is a relatively young city, founded in the 19th century by the king of Burma (as Myanmar was once known).  Mandalay lost its status as a capital when Great Britain annexed the Burmese kingdom a few decades after the city was built.  This video will give you an aerial perspective of this stunningly beautiful city in the heart of the Burmese jungle.  

The Mandalay Region

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Mandalay - Mingun - Myanmar

Leni Sediva

Contributor Leni Sediva created an epic video of her travels in the central part of Myanmar, a large Southeast Asian country which until recently has seen little in the way of tourism.  Using a combination of drone (aerial) and ground footage, she takes us around the Mandalay region.  The highlight of the video is footage of the giant Mingun Temple, which was started in 1790 but never completed.  Had it been finished, it would have been the largest temple in the world.   It lies on the Irrawaddy River, Myanmar's most important waterway.

Top Spots of Myanmar

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Myanmar from the Sky - Must See Places

Xavigator

Content creator and pilot Xavigator traveled throughout the fascinating Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar with a drone and created several videos which are featured in the Myanmar collection.  In this video, you'll see bird's eye views of the capital city Yangon, Hpa An (capital of the Karen state), Inlay Lake (the country's second largest, in the Shan Hills of the eastern section of the country) and an area in the Tanintharyi region (in the southern part of the country) called Paradise Beach.  

Drone Views of the Shan State

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Welcome to the Shan State of Myanmar

Minzarni Tgi

Myanmar's Shan state occupies its eastern region, which sits just above northern Thailand.  The region is named for the Shan people, a distinct ethnic group which also has some populations in other states of Myanmar and the neighboring countries.  The territory came under British control later than the rest of what was then called Burma, and the area's remoteness has made it hard for the Myanmar government to control it.  In this drone video by Minzarni Tgi, you'll see the southern part of this beautiful state.  

The City of Thanlyin

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Thanlyin Myanmar

Dyl Alex

Contributor and pilot Dyl Alex created this beautiful drone video of Thanlyin, a city of Myanmar in Southeast Asia.  Thanlynin lies on the Yangon River, just downstream from the great capital city of the same name.  Lying a short distance from the river's mouth, Thanlyin is home to the port of Thilawa, the largest seaport in this country of over 50 million (as of 2018).  Thanlyn was connected to Yangon in 1993 with the construction of the Thanlyn Bridge, which you'll see in the video's opening shot.

Inle Lake, Shan State

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Inle Lake by drone - Myanmar - Burma

Leni Sediva

Contributor and pilot Leni Sediva used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this aerial view of Inle Lake in Myanmar.  Located in the Shan State which covers the eastern part of the country, Inle is the second largest lake in Myanmar.  The lake covers around 45 square km or around 17 square mi.  As of 2015, Inle Lake was designated as a World Network of Biosphere Reserves, Myanmar's first location in that grouping.  The people living around the extremely shallow lake constitute a unique ethnic grouping within Myanmar, called the Inthe.  

Taung Kalat and More

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Myanmar's Sacred Plain of Bagan: Mount Poppa

TAO Swiss

Contributor and pilot TAO Swiss used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this beautiful aerial tour of the area around Mandalay, on Myanmar's Sacred Plain of Bagan.  This area of Southeast Asia is one of the most important areas of the Buddhist religion, and was once home to thousands of temples and other religious structures.  The highlight of the video is at the 4:00 mark, where you'll get a rare aerial look at the Taung Kalat, a very famous Buddhist monastery built (seemingly impossibly) atop a very steep hill near Mount Popa.  

Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon

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Shwedagon Pagoda Yangon Myanmar

WanderlustWiseman

For a first upload to AirVuz, new contributor WanderlustWiseman brings us this excellent drone video of one of the most recognized landmarks of the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar: the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon.  Also known as the Golden Pagoda, its golden dome stands 105 meters tall (344 ft.) and towers over the country's capital city.   Its age is not known with certainty, but it's generally believed to have been constructed over the course of the 6th-10th centuries AD.  It's the largest pagoda in this heavily Buddhist nation.  

Bagan's Sacred Plains

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Myanmar from the Sky, Part 3: The Sacred Plain of Bagan

Xavigator

In the middle of the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar, the Irrawaddy River makes a large bend which created a large area of plains.  On this fertile plain grew the Pagan Empire, one of the two main political forces in Southeast Asia in the 12th and 13th centuries (the other being the Khmer Rouge in present-day Cambodia).  During this time, it was home to literally thousands of Buddhist pagodas and temples.  See these Sacred Plains from above in this amazing drone video by contributor and pilot Xavigator.  

Myanmar Reel

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Myanmar Show Reel 2018

Kangyimg

For an aerial tour of the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar, look no further than this excellent reel by contributor and pilot Kangyimg.  His video will take you over the length and breadth of this fascinating country, which covers an enormous 676k square km (around 272k square mi.) - more than the USA state of Texas.  Take in the views of what this amazing country of 50+ million (as of 2019) has to offer - teeming cities, rolling mountains, endless plains, and stunning Buddhist temples and pagoda.  

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