The Indochina Peninsula, after many historical fluctuations, currently consisting of only Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia - the “three lands” that share the borderlines, the contemporary history, the topography and many common cultural excellences. Adjacent to Laos, Myanmar has counted in late but contributed a huge part to the team, with "golden land" and people, incomparable vestiges, amazing landscape and new social conditions that benefit both locals and tourists. ... A trip combining these lands instead of only one will save cost of your incoming flights and grant you a panorama of how this "little Asia" unitedly defines itself from the rest. Despite strong influences of the biggest cultures on earth, India and China, the "Indochina" remains itself with distinctive ethnology, ideology, creativeness, peace-loving heart and hospitality. They are, also, enriched with long-term cultures, day-by-day archeological and historical discoveries, and the local people who are trying hard to preserve traditional treasures.
If you have only two, three weeks in the region, the Threelanders will guarantee to bring the best "heritages" of Indochina and Myanmar to your journey. Some of the most remarkable tours and excursions are listed below as indispensable parts to form a greater complex.
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A combination of visiting and shopping help you get closer to Yangon - the most exciting place in the country.

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By spending one day in Bagan - Myanmar, you can get lost in a temple just by chasing its twilight beauty and also see the local life.

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A good visit to the city which is both the economic and religious hub of upper Myanmar gives you an overview about the city.

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A visit to Inle lake bring you to a different world to the rest of Myanmar. Enjoy the daily local life in Myanmar.

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Relish the gorgeous historical city of Mingun with its many Buddhist shrines and monasteries.