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It really is easy to update us! Just email us the basic information and if we need to know more we'll ask.

Help us grow and help other travellers!

1 - Ask your hotel for a business card.

2 - Write on it any useful information, such as price (single $12)

3 - Add any other comments such as friendly, clean, AC, breakfast.....

4 - Photograph it on your mobile phone's camera

5 - Email it to us at info@TheLeapingLemur.com

And if you want to mention a restaurant or a place of interest, then please do!

We're always looking for other to join the pack, even if it's for a week or two! If you want to do more, and help promote charities then please do get in touch.

Alternatively, do you write a travel blog? Could you help promote us or could we republish one of your blogs (posting links in back to the original) and help each other?

So many ways to help and so simple.

Elli xx




Cycling in Inle

"A return trip to Inle" 
Daniel Fisher returns to Inle to take to the bike and investigate the local temples, vineyard and villages. [more] 


 
Myanmar Guide
Updated: March 2013
Travelling to Myanmar? Then get our latest guide for free by emailing us at NeSw365@gmail.com 
or visit our pages on-line. [more]

Yangon City Calling!

"Visiting Yangon but not the temples?"

Wendy Merrett reflects on visiting Yangon again but without visiting the temples? [more]




City Maps
Bago 
The map for Bago follows the route described above for cycling. And now the "map man" is back from Myanmar all of our others will be updated soon. [more]


18 Days

"A travellers report"
Suzanna Clarke shares her 18 days of solo travel with us from December 2012.[more]


Must see!

Want to see the world through someone else's eyes, or at least their lens? Check out our Must see! pictures of Myanmar. [more]

For a full list of blogs relating to myanmar click [more]

The Leaping Lemur Group - Charities.

There are no charges for receiving information on this site, because this is about sharing the latest information and not making money. That said, please take the time to look at some of the charities that we've highlighted beneath, and if you want to "pay" for the information you've downloaded, then look into some of these worthy causes.
Elli xx

The Burma Children’s Fund supports orphanages and pre-schools in various parts of Burma in order to provide shelter, health care and education for orphans and children. We will only support orphanages, clinics and pre-schools for infants and younger children where we know that the staff are dedicated and that the money they receive is spent on the children and for the direct benefit of the children. Children in Burma cannot control their own destiny and this is why our goal is “To Support their Future". [more] 

Burma Campaign UK
 works for human rights, democracy and development in Burma.Burma Campaign UK is one of the leading Burma campaign organisations in the world. We play a leading role in raising awareness about the situation in Burma, and pressuring the international community to take action in support of the people of Burma. Founded in 1991, Burma Campaign UK is one of the leading Burma campaign organisations in the world. We play a leading role in raising awareness about the situation in Burma,  and pressuring the international community to take action in support of the people of Burma. [more]

Friends-International
 works with marginalised urban children and youth, their families and communities to become productive, independent citizens of their country. We do this by listening to and being guided by those who matter the most to us - the children and youth we work with everyday. Friends-International has been assisting marginalized urban children and youth across the world since 1994. We now run and support projects for these children and their families in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Indonesia, Honduras, Mexico, Egypt and Myanmar. Friends-International and its partners reach out to over 50,000 marginalised young people -particularly street children and youth – each year. We offer a range of comprehensive services as part of our holistic approach to assisting children and their families to improve their lives. [more]
 
Compassionate Hands is a home-grown charity, founded by Snow Aye after the cyclone Nargis struck the southern delta region of Myanmar on 2nd May 2008. Since the start of Compassionate Hands, many people have volunteered to help realise various projects, ranging from emergency relief efforts after the Cyclone, to digging wells and helping children with AIDS. Many volunteers are from Myanmar itself, but also foreigners from other Asian countries, the United States and Europe are involved.... [more]

 

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Myanmar Travel Guide
Updated: March 2013
Travelling to Myanmar? Then get our latest guide for free or visit our pages on-line. [more]

Blogs
Yangon City Calling!
"Visiting Yangon but not the temples?"
Wendy Merrett reflects on visiting Yangon again but without visiting the temples? [more]

Back again and loved it!
"Travellers report from Feb 2013"
Martin Clarke's second trip to Myanmar in 6 months, and once again we're getting hard facts with a few opinions. Useful & solid information. [more]

Cycling around Inle Lake
"A day in the saddle around Inle."
Steve Lyon's first blog gives an interesting route around Inle with some great pictures. [more]

Follow us and like us to help promote us and to receive all of the latest updates.

Suggested Routes
If you've been to Malaysia and have a route that you could suggest then why not let us know? Otherwise, if it is your first time in Malaysia, have a look at some of our readers suggestions.

Looking for inspiration to travel to Myanmar? Then check-out these amazing travellers pictures. Or join the group and share your own.

Must See! 
Myanmar

Join the pack!
We're always looking for more people to join our little group. 

Blogs
18 Days in Myanmar
"A travellers report"
Suzanna Clarke shares her 18 days of solo travel with us from December 2012. [more]

Biking in Bago
"A day trip from Yangon to cycle around Bago."
Daniel Fisher's
 first proper blog took that many hits we managed to talk him into doing another for us! [more]

Into the unknown?
"Travellers report from Oct 2012"
Travelling Asia is quite easy in comparison to India and Sri Lanka. Martin Clarke provides us with facts about his first trip to Myanmar.[more]

Follow us and like us to help promote us and to receive all of the latest updates.

Suggested Routes
If you've been to Malaysia and have a route that you could suggest then why not let us know? Otherwise, if it is your first time in Malaysia, have a look at some of our readers suggestions.[more]

Looking for inspiration to travel to Myanmar? Then check-out these amazing travellers pictures. Or join the group and add your own.

Must See! Myamar