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The most popular and comprehensive guide to one of the fastest-growing destinations in the world

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Galardonado escritor de viajes y fotógrafo, es también coordinador y escritor de guías para Lonely Planet como son las de Malasia y Singapur, dos de sus destinos favoritos por su coherente mezcla de culturas, paisajes, aventuras y, sobre todo, por su gastronomía. Sus textos han sido publicados por varias editoriales, periódicos y revistas en todo el mundo, como UK’s Independent, Guardian, Times, Daily Telegraph, Royal Geographical Society Magazine, Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald o Australian Financial Review Magazine.

Autor británico, escribe para Lonely Planet desde los años 80 y desde 1984 ha estado haciendo incursiones en el subcontinente asiático. Cuando no está documentadon o escribiendo guías, y después de haber estudiado geopolítica en Sussex, Mark suele estar en la costa de Inglaterra, en Bélgica o en clubes de jazz de Azerbaiyán tocando blues que aprendió cuando vivía en Japón.

Nick es un londinense nacido en Watford, el tipo de pueblo que incita a viajar. Actualmente vive en Phnom Penh, y ha contribuido en innumerables guías sobre la región del Mekong, entre ellas las guías Lonely Planet Camboya y Vietnam, además de Sureste asiático para mochileros. Cuando no está escribiendo, se le puede encontrar en las partes remotas de la región trabajando como especialista de localizaciones o director de producción para la industria del cine y la televisión (ha trabajado en producciones como Top Gear Vietnam o Tomb Raider). Luang Prabang es uno de sus rincones preferidos del mundo, y le encantó poder explorar las famosas cuevas de Vieng Xai, que en su día albergaron al Pathet Lao.

David visitó China por primera vez en 1988, cuando en el país escaseaban los coches y los extranjeros. Tras una temporada trabajando de periodista en Los Ángeles y en su Londres nativo, vivió siete años en Beijing. Sus viajes le han llevado a casi cada una de las provincias del "País del Centro". Es coautor de las últimas tres ediciones de las guías China y Beijing. Hoy vive en Bangkok y colabora con varios periódicos y revistas del Reino Unido.

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shabby rehash of 2011 version, also out of date already since 2012 29. Juni 2014
Von Michael montyman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Many things have changed in Myanmar since so called "Democracy" and since the 2010 elections many places have been opened up to travellers and tourists previously inaccessible before 2012 (unless with expensive govt guide driver and permits etc,) as the country suddenly filled with tourists who previously would not go because of UN sanctions etc , However the NEW 2014 lonely planet guide is just a rehash of the poorly updated 2011 version and a shameful discredit to its author Simon Richmonds reputation . Burma /Myanmar is now become open to backpackers ie overland entry and exit via Kawthung and Maesot . Also overland exit via chin district to India previously unattainable by local bus. Also Mrauk is now accessible by local bus via Ann denied previously. All these points have been igbnored and overlooked in this allegedly updated version and backpackers are still recommended in the guide to follow old prior to democracy routes ie flying and long boat journeys. The book glosses over the plight and genocide of the Rohyngha and is at best just a rehash of the very poor 2011 version. Lonelyplanet and the author Simon Richmond should be ashamed of their lack of principles and efforts in areas where the backpacker will be dissappointed if he/she takes their advice on areas they suggest ie ‘still you can only fly’, whereas those of us who love Myanmar and its people grab these opportunities to head into previously uncharted territory whilst this guide book and its lack of research by the author shows disresepct for those backpackers who are its target, although I personally think its aimed at upmarket accommodation for the "Flashpacker" (see kalow) and yet still sends the naive and trusting backpacker into places noted for their cheating tourists, like Golden Lilly in Kalow etc It lacks research and also lacks important changes in travel within Myanmar as with Mrauk U chin state and Myiktyna etc etc although with hindsight it took 7 years for them to acknowledge Sein Sein in Bhamo as best restaurant, something Stefan loose guide book on Myanmar acknowledged years before and I personally found by accident . Sorry but out of date and disrespectful to those who want a valuable updated guide to this beautiful country. Suggest Lonely planet do a recall and properly update the important changes before the release of the paper back version this month until then use other sources or second hand older version
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Lacking in breadth and depth, but Ok for the casual/first time visitor. 20. Oktober 2014
Von Giles Peach - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
While I didn't expect it to have the same breadth of regions/sights as say, Thailand. I was also disappointed with the depth of those areas that are covered.
I'm a frequent traveller to Myanmar and have found both this and the 2 previous editions only semi-useful. This most recent edition definitely feels like it was thrown together just so they could say that they had made an update. Other than a few newer hotels in major destinations, there wasn't that much else put in it seems.
Having said that, if your're just going to the main tourist areas such as Bagan, Inle, Yangon, etc, this will provide you with plenty of things to see and places to stay. If you're really wanting to scratch beneath the surface and get off the beaten track, you're much better off speaking with the undeniably friendly and helpful locals.
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Disappointing 25. Juli 2014
Von Em Perdue - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I would give no stars for the section on Chin State which is the reason I purchased the updated version. I visited two towns plus Mt. Victoria in Chin State in March and have been following Google Alerts trying to update plans for my next trip there in January. It is fascinating and so worth making the effort. Very disappointed in this Lonely Planet Myanmar Guide.
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The Best Available...Though Far from Great 22. Oktober 2014
Von Yoby - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Certainly more useful than any other book out there, but Lonely Planet continues to disappoint. Chapters are arranged in illogical order, map legends appear on the pages after the map and someone needs to seriously vet the "highlighted" hotels and restaurants. I found many superior lodgings and eateries with better prices just by walking the streets for a few minutes. I long for the days when Rough Guides regularly published guides in book format, but until they return, Lonely Planet is your best bet. Indispensable if you are travelling independently to Myanmar.
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... as our starting point and found this book very useful to carry around in a country that doesn't have ... 22. September 2014
Von smn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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We've just returned from Burma 2 few wks ago and used this new Lonely Planet Myanmar as our starting point and found this book very useful to carry around in a country that doesn't have Internet connection or constant fast, working connection everywhere (yet). Sure, although some things may be out of date, such as political viewpoints of what you can/cannot talk about w/the locals (locals seemed free to discuss openly w/us their views w/out censoring themselves),or train or bus schedule/times, and hotels that are popping up all over, or restaurants that have moved, etc. Lonely Planet Myanmar is still a bible for all of us travelers who like off the beaten path and want non non-sense tips and guidance at our finger tips. For most up to date on what ever Q. you may have about this incredible changing country, go TripAdvisor forum. It's a great supplement to Lonely Planet. Cheers!
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