Mingala ba! Sandwiched between India and China to the north, with southern neighbour Thailand on one side and the Bay of Bengal on the other, Myanmar is a diverse and undiscovered country that offers an authentic insight into life in Southeast Asia.
SOME IDEAS FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TO MYANMAR:
SOME IDEAS FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TO MYANMAR:
FROM £3756.00 per person, incl flights
The perfect itinerary for a first time visitor to Myanmar. Beginning your trip in Yangon, you will head north to Bagan, the UNESCO World Heritage Site to see the world famous temples, on to Mandalay before heading back south via Kalaw and Inle Lake. This tour can easily have a beach stay added on to it at the end too.
GRAND TOUR OF MYANMAR WITH A BEACH STAY
FROM £2800.00 per person, incl flights
You will start off your journey in the Capital City of Yangon, Myanmar's largest city and continues to be the country's most important commercial hub. Its colonial background and religious legacy make it one of the most mesmerizing and genuine places in all of Southeast Asia.
HONEYMOON TO MYANMAR
FROM £2452.00 per person, incl flights
For many years, Myanmar has long borne the brunt of a brutal regime that kept it strictly out-of-bounds to most visitors. But in the last decade, the country has seen significant advancement and, as a result, has become a popular tourist destination. Ironically, the nation’s former oppression has largely contributed to its current-day charm, as its isolation prevented the rampant development and commercialism that has affected many of its Southeast Asian counterparts.
GOLDEN LAND WITH IRRAWADDY RIVER CRUISE
FROM £3150.00 per person, incl flights
Our signature Golden Land Tour takes in the highlights of Yangon and Inle Lake with an in-depth 14 night river cruise that captures the heart and soul of the country to create this fantastic three-week exploration of Myanmar (Burma).
Interested in one of the Myanmar itineraries above, or want to build your own tailor-made trip? Give us a call or fill out our contact form.
Build Your Tailor-Made Holiday to Myanmar
As well as family holidays and honeymoons, we've also built many different Myanmar itineraries for those who want to see the best parts the country has to offer.
The holiday itineraries above are examples of ones we have created previously, and give you a good idea on the time needed to see many of the idyllic places mentioned above. If you would like more information on a specific area, or a certain hotel, please get in touch with us.
OUR SELECTED HIGHLIGHTS OF MYANMAR:
Probably the most iconic Myanmar picture. Thanks to its thousands of pagodas and temples this area is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A great are to explore by bike or hot air balloon!
Inle lake is a large lake in Myanmar home to many villages , floating markets and floating vegetable markets and is also home to many species.
Mount Popa is a sacred extinct volcano that rises 1518m above sea level and has a Buddhist Monastery at the top.
A gorgrous stretch of white sandy beach with clear crystal blue waters. A great addition to be added to the end of a trip to Myanmar.
Adventure, culture, cities, beach, honeymoon, family and wellness
GMT+ 6hrs 30mins
When to go:
October to March
Yangon (RGN), Mandalay (MDL)
13 hours approx
Some are recommended or required by the Centres for Disease Control and the World Health Organisation (WHO).
To the north of Yangon, the ancient city of Bagan lays quietly amongst forest filled plains, a magical panorama of over two thousand pagodas that stud the landscape. Comparable in historical importance to Angkor Wat, the vast kingdom is best surveyed by hot air balloons sailing serenely over the temple-tops, whilst bicycles and horse drawn carriages weave below. Just an hour away, the forests and monkey-laden parkland surround the feet of Mount Popa, an ancient monastery perched on top of a dormant volcano, whose panoramic views are well worth the 777 step climb to the top.
The last Royal capital of Myanmar is Mandalay, a city brimming with culture, authentic Burmese life and bursting with a cacophony of festival celebrations throughout the summer months. The city is also home to ancient temples and pagodas and gold leaf forges that produce wafer thin sheets of pure gold by hand. The worlds longest wooden bridge, U Bein, was once covered in this glittering façade. To the south of the city lies the incredible freshwater Inle Lake, peppered with longboats and home to a village community of fishermen and their families. Despite making their homes on the water, floating fruit and vegetable crops are farmed amongst the village, suspended on wooden stilts that are knitted together with a blanket of lotus flowers.
After moments in Myanmar it’s evident that this beautiful country provides a window to a forgotten way of life that celebrates the simplicity of daily duties. The paved roads of the cities quickly turn to gravel and grass, electricity makes way for manual labour and a sense of oneness with nature descends in the lush, bird filled jungles and golden sand beaches that stretch away like swathes of buttercup silk.