Added by on September 9, 2018

Traveling from Pyin Oo Lwin to Go Teik, where lies the world’s highest train trestle and over 100 years old, reminded us that the journey is what matters, not the destination.
Usually Myanmar requires foreigners to travel in a higher class carriage, that applies for bus travel as well. But we managed to get on the regular fare and be immersed in the delightful people of Myanmar.

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20 Comments

  • Skipplet 2 weeks ago

    We need more videos with you guys talking! The scenes are pretty, but it's your personalities that make these videos so charming and enjoyable to watch.

  • Deepdive Pit 2 weeks ago

    Great like all your stuff, awesome!!

  • If you have any sense of responsibility to human lives please delete (EDIT) three second of your video at 2:26. Playing with that lever is not funny, when you engage that it changes the railroad track configuration and may cause trains to switch on to wrong track and cause dangerous collisions between trains. You don't want anybody seeing that or imagine doing something you just attempted to do now and years for now as long as your video exists on youtube. Burma is a poor country and still have those, the rest of the world got rid of them on unsupervised railroad tracks.

  • alina 2 weeks ago

    Good to see you

  • luke cerritelli 2 weeks ago

    Why do you guys not feature so much? You are great. Your photography and editing is great but your old videos had content and a story to them

  • soving 2 weeks ago

    So powerful. Great job.

  • Shane Phillips 2 weeks ago

    Incredible video. What are the two songs used as the background music? That was breathtakingly beautiful and uplifting!

  • Niraj Bartaula 2 weeks ago

    Nice to see you guys after a long time.

  • Ateista Agnostik 2 weeks ago

    Pozdrav Danice, odakle si porijeklom?
    Imate veliki pozdrav iz Bosne i Hercegovine…

  • nickto21 2 weeks ago

    So many subscribers, such good vids, so little views. Wtf.

  • jodi Muse 2 weeks ago

    Nice perspective! Beautiful capture of the people❤️

  • Rafi Tzur 2 weeks ago

    Charming. And well done.

  • Madhu Babu 2 weeks ago

    Awesome video on Burma railways…. All the best for future endeavors…. Greetings from India….

  • Ankit Ranjan 2 weeks ago

    Nice to see you guys after long time.😍

  • Top Mystery 2 weeks ago

    Come gujarat tour

  • Ruata Lungchuang 2 weeks ago

    Amazing as always.. when are you guys coming back to Mizoram? 🙂

  • Ashutosh Yawale 2 weeks ago

    You guys are back!!!! I'm so excited!!!!

    Let me watch the video now.

  • Book of Journey 2 weeks ago

    very cinematic… Inshots are so good especially the framing from the side of the train…

  • nameirakpam dhananjoy 2 weeks ago

    Awesome journey

  • Don Bie- LC Ministry 2 weeks ago

    Nice to see you. Very good video.