But I didn't really plan to buy a violin in Myanmar, it is just coincidence that I came across a music shop in Bogyoke Aung San Market. The violin here is cheap compared to Malaysia, I have brought it only with USD50. Although the quality is not that good, but for a beginner like me is ok to play around as my "toy".
Taking the violin on flight is another challenges which I didn't put in mind when I purchased the violin. I forgotten that passenger is not allow to hand carry violin on board after 911 incident. This means I have to check in as luggage. What if the violin break in to two piece? Although is not that expensive, but it is still a waste.
At last, I still have to check in the violin cause mentioned by the ground staff the string of the violin can be used as killing weapon on the flight. No choice, I just have to bear the risk.
Luckily, the violin is in good shape and I am now started to learn violin in hometown. It was quite fun!