Burma is a huge country, its leadership cowardly despots, and its future uncertain. There's a chance the pro-democracy people will persevere, but it'll be bloody in either case.
Usually, military intervention in these countries is messy. Huge ethnic divisions complicate things, the political and military commingles with the civilians, and destroying infrastructure disproportionately hurts civilians.
Not so in Burma. The military junta robbed the rest of the people to build a new, remote capital they've called Naypyidaw, where only purebloods get to go. Think Berchtesgaden in 1944.
So it should be easy: bomb the place. Hit it hard, hit fast, and with overwhelming precision and force. Use it as target practice. There will be little collateral damage, as the whole city exists for one purpose and one purpose only.
Maybe China will grumble a bit, but nobody can really defend what the Burmese generals are doing.