Myanmar, also known as The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, has been known for centuries as the Golden Land. Myanmar lies between the Bay of Bengal, the Andaman Sea, Thailand, China, India, and Bangladesh. The many rivers and miles of coastland provide abundant irrigation through large areas, while the easternmost end of the Himalayas rise in the north and include the highest mountain in Southeast Asia, rising to 589 meters.
The people of Myanmar are comprised of a number of people groups, and Buddhism is the predominant religion. The people are warm and engaging, and the recent surge in tourism is fueling a growing desire to embrace the English language. Be among the first to pioneer these new and exciting teaching ventures.