George Orwell’s extraordinary talent for understanding the human race was born from the streets and back alleys of British India and Myanmar; these Eastern lands informed one of the greatest literary minds of the Western world.
The Musmeah Yeshua Synagogue serves a small, tight-knit community of 20, but the story and heritage of this site draws travelers from around the globe.
Jay Tindall reflects on his 1993 journey to Myanmar, crossing the border at Tachilek and turning his camera on an unrecognizable nation.
The 800 tropical islands that make up the Mergui Archipelago were once an unexplored frontier for intrepid divers looking for adventure.
In the remote hills of the Chin State, tribes of tattooed women inhabit the villages, and as the area becomes more and more connected to the rest of Myanmar, local traditions are dying out