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Immigration gate at Burma

One day in Burma

Two Gates: There are two gates which take you to the Myanmar (Burma) border. Gate no. 1 will take you to the exploring part of Myanmar and Gate no. 2 will take you to the market of Myanmar which is connected to the Indian boundary. Immigration: A lot of rickshaws operate and a drop at […]

Moreh tamu border crossing

Burma immigration process

The immigration process is very easy and requires no money to do it. In Moreh, there are two gates to enter Myanmar. Gate no. 1 will be mostly preferred by the travellers who want to do local sightseeing and Gate no. 2 is for those who want to buy in the Myanmar market. Gate number […]

Tamu Burma

Twenty Burmese words to help you travel better

The Burmese or Myanmar script developed from the Mon script, which was adapted from a southern Indian script during the 8th century. The earliest known inscriptions in the Burmese script date to the 11th century. Type of writing system: Syllabic alphabet – each letter has an inherent vowel. Other vowel sounds are indicated using separate […]

Tamu Burma immigration gate

Moreh to Tamu: The journey

Once you enter Moreh town, first look for a place where you can keep your backpack and take a little backpack which includes your daily required items like a water bottle and camera. Please ensure that you have your identity card which proves that you are an Indian resident because it is required during the […]

Life after tlow – Neha Khot

Neha has travelled with tlow six times. Now tlow has become her family and she just tells the dates for the trip and everything is sorted. Curious to know the reason why she has chosen tlow so much and what does a tlow trip mean for her? Which was your first trip with tlow? – […]

Humans of Wanderlust: Meinu from Tamu

Meinu is from Tamu village in Burma. He is 28 years old. He has a business of selling local items like handcraft, food and snack items. His shop is right outside the AungDawMu monastery in Tamu. He has been doing this business for five years. Earlier, he was a labourer in the Indo-Myanmar market which […]

Rickshaw in Imphal

Humans of Wanderlust: Chochi, Tamu

Chochi belongs to Tamu village in Myanmar. He is 29 years old and does auto driving to help his family financially. Being the eldest son in the family, he has a responsibility to support his family in bad times. Due to this, he couldn’t finish his education and became a rickshaw driver at 24. He […]

Oranges being sold in tamu

Humans of Wanderlust: Savitri,Tamu

Savitri is 59 years old. Her ancestors belong to Morang district in Nepal but she is born and brought up in Tamu, Myanmar. She knows Hindi and Burman language. After getting married to a Burman man, she is handling the business of her in-laws family. The Dhaba is located in Tamu bazaar. In her family, […]

Tamu bazaar

A day trip to Burma’s bazaar town: Tamu, Myanmar

Tamu is a small bazaar town in Myanmar along the Indo-Burma border near Manipur in North India. Tamu is located 5 km from Moreh, the last town in India. A friendship bridge connects the two towns with each other.   To reach Tamu from India one has to first reach the town of Moreh in […]

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