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   The English writer and poet Rudyard Kipling wrote “Burma, it is quite unlike any place you know”. For centuries, Myanmar (or Burma) remained unknown to the modern world. It is the enigma that makes this country one of the most visited destination in Southeast Asia. The extraordinary land scattered with gilded pagodas, gentle people, local life not yet affected by modernity, and a diverse range of indigenous cultures, Myanmar is a fascinating adventure to be discover.

   Sitting at the crossroads of Asia’s great civilizations of India and China, Myanmar is one of the most diverse countries in Southeast Asia. A country of traditional delights in its natural landscape combined with rich and glorious heritages dating back to more than 2,000 years. Religious sites and ancient cities attest to a vibrant culture of more than 100 distinct ethnic groups. Drift down the Ayeyarwady River in an old river steamer, stake out a slice of beach on the blissful Bay of Bengal, or trek through pine forests to charming villages scattered across the Shan Hills. In your journey through this fascinating country, you will meet its gentle, humorous, engaging and passionate people.
Destinations: Mandalay Hill, Mandalay, Inle Lake, Bagan, Yangon
Type: Private Tour | From: $871 pp
Get to know enigmatic Myanmar on this 10-day journey. Shining pagodas,...
Type: Private Tour | From: $494 pp
The perfect introduction to Myanmar’s beauty. From the glittering spires...
Type: Private Tour | From: $702 pp
Our journey across Myanmar, the hidden jewel of Southeast Asia, takes you...
Type: Private Tour | From: $909 pp
Your family’s Myanmar package tour links the 3 tourism centers of the...
Type: Private Tour | From: $406 pp
This 4 day tour is to discover Mrauk U – the lost city which still...
Type: Private Tour | From: $838 pp
This itinerary is suitable for guests who wish to conquer the highest peak in...

Myanmar Travel Blog


On the three-hour circular railway, a slow ride though the outskirts of Yangon is a way to see a cross-section of the daily routine of the poor away from the bustle of Myanmar’s largest city. Located at the central of Yangon, or Rangoon as it was once called, the local commuter rail network, built more than 60 years ago during the British colonial period, takes about three hours to complete…
Known as “Buddhist Kingdom”, Myanmar (formerly Burma) is a Southeast Asian country with more than 100 ethnic groups....
Those love exotic places, adventures and a little bit of nostalgia, then you should go for Myanmar right now. Or it will be too...
Shwedagon Pagoda houses eight strands of hair of the Buddha, the site of Shwezigon Paya was selected by a white elephant,...