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Known to the world as The Golden Land for its fertile land, mineral wealth, unique cultures and 2,600 years of Buddhist civilization, Myanmar possesses so many treasures, requiring more than one visit to experience. For Myanmar tours, we recommending splitting visits amongst different expeditions, regions and seasons in order to experience the two countries to the fullest.

If you can dedicate two weeks for your tours to Myanmar to explore this country, we recommend focusing on the big four: Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake. The distinctive design, patterns and ornaments at the temples or relics combined with breathtaking surrounding scenery will astonish you and leave you with an everlasting impression of the brilliant and rich spiritual religious life of the locals. 

A boat trip on the Inle Lake at the end will wrap up the trip with extraordinary peace and fulfilment while simultaneously opening the door for further discoveries, as the lake connects with top trekking routes. For additional trips, you can either spend your time in the country’s Southeast, where the Golden Rock pagoda marks the most important pilgrimage point of Myanmar’s Buddhism, or head South for highlights of untouched beauty, magnificent seaside view and delicious seafood of the Mon and Kayin states. In case you want to have an off-the-beaten-track experience, a long trek in the Kachin state in the far North, with snowy mountains, Crystal Rivers with boutique local houses and relic would be ideal.

Nowadays, Myanmar tours are becoming popular with its distinctive features and the government under State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi is striving to improve its infrastructure and tourist safety in every region and providing stable jobs to the locals, whom provides the strongest support and care towards visitors, with their hospitality and kindness. 



Myanmar Our pick: At least two-week tours to Myanmar to visit religious relics, palaces, treasures at Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Golden Rock. You can get far from crowded locations, staying longer, go walking and biking as much as possible to contribute to sustainable development.

  • Culture and Historical sites

    Visiting brilliant National museum, Gem museum, golden temples and pagodas in Yangon, Mandalay and visiting thousand vestiges of Bagan by horse cart.
  • Natural sites

    Booking a hot air balloon trip in Bagan. Enjoying the sunrise and sunset at Bagan and Mandalay. Discovering utmost North Myanmar.
  • Beach Relaxation

    Having sunbath and great swim at Ngapali, Chwangtha or another beach in the West.
  • Boat Trip

    Boat trips in Inle Lake with local fishermen, cruise by riverway between Bagan and Mandalay, between Hpa-an and Mawlamine. 
  • Hiking and Climbing

    Hiking around Inle Lake, Indein and Kalaw, mountain climbing at Mrak-Ou and Zwekabin (Hpa-an). Reaching the Golden Rock by truck and going down on foot through villages and mountain paths with breathtaking views. 
  • Cycling and Trekking

    New destination for cycling in both mountains and rural areas. Northern mountain trekking at Putao and Myitkina.
  •   MICE

    New destination for MICE, shopping at Scott market in Yangon, lacquerware shops in Bagan, and craft shops in Mandalay.


For those who are deeply interested in cultural and spiritual events, choosing tours and taking part in festivals will be one of the best ways to enjoy holiday.

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