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  • Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Popular Tour

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

     

  • Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Hot Sales (Oct 20 - Oct 31, 2015)

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

    Seats still available for October 2015 departure!!!

  • Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Hot Sales (Oct 20 - Oct 31, 2015)

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

    Seats still available for October 2015 departure!!!

  • Mandalay
    Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Hot Sales (Oct 20 - Oct 31, 2015)

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

    Seats still available for October 2015 departure!!!

  • Bagan
    Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Hot Sales (Oct 20 - Oct 31, 2015)

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

    Seats still available for October 2015 departure!!!

Yangon

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.

Sittwe-Mrauk U

Sittwe: The city of western Myanmar and the capital city of Rakkhine State, Sittwe is the starting point for visiting the ancient city of Mrauk U. Although Sittwe seems far away from the major cities of Myanmar, it has the feel of a capital city. There are  universities, colleges, high schools,and hospitals.

Sittwe can be reached by flight, car, and boat also although it takes more time and the route goes via some towns in the state. It shares most of Myanmar Coastal Line where all the beach are lying. Fishery is the major business of the State while agriculture is no less important for the people of the state.

Pyin Oo Lwin

Pyin Oo Lwin or Maymyo is the most beautiful hill-station in Myanmar. It is situated on the edge of Shan Plateau. The town has 5 names; Maymyo, Pyin Oo Lwin (The Edge of Highland), Pann Myo (Flowers City), Nnin Myo (Snow City) and Taung Hlay Kharr Myo (Hill Stairs City). The British built the town because of its lovely situation in the high mountains.

The trace of British influence can still be seen although they retreated in 1948; The Stage Coaches, the Office Buildings and Private Houses in the British Style of Splendor, the trees and gardens and so on.

Mawlamyaine - Pa an

Mawlamyaine is the biggest city in southern Myanmar. It was the first Burma colonial capital after the second Anglo-Burmese War. Many colonial buildings remain in town along with modern skyscrapers.

Ruyard Kipling wrote describing the town as Old Moulmein in his poem Road to Mandalay. He may have seen the old pagoda on the river bank where the city Moulmein, as it was then called, rests at the delta of the Thanlwin, the second longest river in Myanmar. Boat cruising from Mawlamyine to Pha-an, the capital city of Karen State, is the best river tour in Myanmar.

Besides the colonial influence, Mawlamyine uuhas ancient monasteries. Among them is Sein Tone Queen Monastery donated by one of the queens of the founder of Mandalay Palace.

Kengtung

Kengtung is a small town near the famous Golden Triangle.  It is a gateway to several hill tribe villages. Myanmar has 133 tribal groups and Shan Ethnic has 33. Kengtung is the place where you meet most of the Shan Hill Tribes on your exploring to the remote places. Not only the trekking and hiking, but the town itself, which is considered the biggest town in the Eastern Shan State has the famed places to visit; Lonely Tree Hill with a big and old tree overlooking the town and nearby the tree is the ancient Palace Wall. Contact us now to trek before too late!

Putao

Putao is the base station where mountaineers start their difficult hiking over the snow-capped mountains in Northern Myanmar.

We visit Putao is to observe the natural and cultural heritage of northern Myanmar. Some of the sights include Mt. Hakaborazi, the highest icy mountain of South East Asia, ever-green rain forest mountains, crystal white water rivers and the natural biodiversity of Hakaborazi and Phoneganrazi national parks.

Monywa

Monywa is the second biggest city after Mandalay in upper Myanmar.

Many Tourist destinations around Monywa make the city famous. They are as follows; Monywa Thanbude Temple; where you can see more than half a million Buddhas inside and outside the walls of the temple and also on the pillars in the vicinity of the temple,

Mandalay

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.

Mandalay was the capital of the last, independent Burmese kingdom, which in 1886 was finally conquered by British colonial forces. The town had been founded only 29 years earlier in 1857 by King Mindon, making it the capital of an independent kingdom for less than 30 years. In 1857 Mandalay was set up in an empty area, because, according to an ancient prophecy, in that exact place a town would come into existence on occasion of the 2,400th jubilee of Buddhism. The city was named after the Mandalay Hill, which is situated at the northeast corner of the present city.

Inle Lake

Situated nearly 900 meters above sea level, Inle (Inlay) Lake is naturally surrounded by high mountains. The name Inle has two meanings; small lake compared to the bigger one in northern Myanmar and Lay which means four, representing four villages that were the first settlements on the lake. The dwellers of those original villages, according to history, came from southern Myanmar where the Myanmar language is spoken with a strong dialect. Innthas as lake residents are called today, speak Myanmar with that same dialect.

Unique things on the lake include: single leg rowing, floating islands, and lotus weaving workshops that use the lotusfiber from lotus flower stems grown in the area.

Mergui Archipelago

For snorkeling, rafting,and scuba-diving. Myanmar offers more than 800 islands in the Mergui Archipelago. There we culture pearls and one can make a visit to the Salone people who are known as Sea Gypsies. They are believed to be descendents of Tibeto-Burmans who came down from China in search of new land. They finally arrived at the southern peninsula and settled there.

The Salone People have used the same techniques of fishing and building house boats for thousands of years.

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