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Myanmar, or Burma, is one of the countries in the Asia Peninsula. Kyaukse Elephant Dance Festival is a yearly dance festival and is also one of the biggest traditional dance festivals in Myanmar. During the festival as a tourist, you will serve a beautiful and energetic scene and not forget some tasteful food. Samosa Thouk is one of the favorite street food that is easy to find at the festival.
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For many centuries women in the Padaung tribe prettify their necks using brass rings. Despite their unique tradition, Myanmar also has many delicious dishes that need to taste when visiting Myanmar. Myanmar people also eat noodles as their main staple. One of the noodle dishes is Mont Di. Some tourists acknowledge it as a fast-food even it was a traditional food because it served quickly.
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Myanmar is one of the multicultural countries that have more than 135 ethical live in harmony. Ohn No Khao Swe is one of the popular noodle curries in Myanmar. Ohn-No Khao Swe uses rice flour with cornstarch to create a chewy noodle.
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Myanmar, one of the countries in Southeast Asia, has become a tourist destination for a long time. Attracting with its beautiful view, Myanmar is also known as a thousand pagoda country. Hto-hpu Nwe has a texture similar to porridge, smooth, sweet, and warm will. According to the local language, Hto-hpu Nwe means warm tofu even its not contain any tofu yet.
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Laphet Thohk is a Myanmar salad using Laphet as the main ingredient, topped with fresh vegetables, tomatoes, roast peanut, garlic oil, and minced garlic. Laphet word comes from a local language that means fermented tea leaves.