Warmest Welcome To Myanmar
We are very happy to welcome you to the land of Pagodas and Nature. Myanmar offers you the opportunity to visit not only pagodas and temples with serene Buddhist monks, but also natural Inle Lake, beautiful villages and unspoiled beaches.
Trekking, hiking, and cycling in the green nation can also be another choice for those who enjoy a little bit of adventure in addition to the cultural and natural scenes.
For real fans of adventure, Myanmar offers northern ice-capped mountains for mountaineering, and a variety of scenic and challenging rivers for canoeing, kayaking and rafting.
We, the team of Ayuda Myanmar Travel Agent & Myanmar Tour Operators, offer competitive pricing, and flexible itineraries to accommodate groups and individual travelers for culture tours, luxury tours, trekking tours, family tours, sailing & scuba diving tours, and many more.
Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar is situated strategically at the sea front. Well chosen by the British as the country’s largest seaport, Yangon became the capitol and trade center of British Burma.Planned and designed by the colonial British government, the city has a grid-like pattern with the Sule Pagoda at the center. Five major thoroughfares run east to west and the north-south side streets lace through roads which bear the names of heroic figures.more information
No tourist visiting Myanmar should miss Bagan. For more than 900 years, the pagodas, temples, monasteries and libraries which still stand today have defied natural disasters and weather. The total number of monuments used to be more than four thousand. Thanks to archaeological and cultural heritage awareness, more tham half that number are still present with restorations increasing yearly.more information
Mandalay, was the historical old capital and the center of Myanmar culture in the past. It is situated about 600 kilometers north of Yangon on the Ayeyarwaddy river, has about half a million inhabitants and is Myanmars second largest city. It abounds in historical landmarks, cultural memorials, Buddhist edifices and traditional arts and crafts. It is the richest historical landmark next to Bagan.more information