Sunset Bagan Myanmar girl Inle Lake

Myanmar

Travellers to secretive Myanmar are welcomed by local people as their only contact with the outside world, making this one of Southeast Asia’s most rewarding destinations.

Myanmar’s travel experiences are simply unparalleled. Try taking a slow boat up the Irrawaddy to Mandalay. Relax in a private lodge on the shores of misty Inle Lake. Take a balloon ride and get a bird’s eye view of the extraordinary temples of Bagan. Trek into the forests to spot rare indigenous bird species.

Myanmar is not the simplest Southeast Asian country to visit in terms of infrastructure and access, but travelers who make the effort are richly rewarded.

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  • A morning in the life of the locals

    A morning in the life of the locals

    Start your day like a local in Yangon. Wake up early for tai-chi with a local practitioner, then head to the Shwedagon Pagoda and join the locals at the tea shop for Myanmar’s most famous breakfast, the Monthinkhar. Then join the Yangonese in another important daily ritual –...

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  • Private Cooking Class with Chef

    Private Cooking Class with Chef

    Burmese cuisine is a medley of Asia with influences from Thailand, India and China. Today head Kandawgyi Palace Hotel for a private hands-on cooking class with the chef. He’ll explain the various kinds of tropical ingredients and their usefulness in Burmese cuisine. Then, enjoy what...

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  • The Monastries of Salay

    The Monastries of Salay

    The colorful religious center of Salay is located in Central Myanmar, about 2 hours south of Bagan. Salay is home to many ancient monuments and colonial buildings that are decorated with beautiful wood carvings. Visit the famed Yoke-Sone-Kyaung monastery which was built in 1882 and today...

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