Best Month to Visit BurmaThe best month for a visit to Burma
The best part of Myanmar to be visited
Burma is a rainforest with three different seasons: Cold weather, warm weather and wet weather. It is best to travel in the cold months of November to February. But visiting the other times of the year can be rewarding for those who plan to find only top places at lower costs and in greater loneliness.
It'?s the best part of the year. It' hot and humid during the afternoon, with mean maximum temperature around 30°C in the top Myanmar locations Yangon, Mandalay, Inle Lake, Bagan and Ngapali Beach. The temperature is not yet overwhelming, so the climate is ideal for visiting the temple and seeing astonishing sundown.
You' ll be able to do great things this great year, with easy entry to all the major places. Ngapali is open to the general population, and ballooning over the Bagan Plain is possible. It is the main travelling time. You should always make reservations for your flight and accomodation as early as possible, about three month in advance. Do not forget to reserve your flight.
The Ananda Temples Feast (Jan). The event takes place in Bagan on the full lunar day of the 10th of Burma's year. A thousand people are camping around the church for the feast. The Mahamuni Temples Festivals (February/March). It takes place around the full lunar period of the 11th of Burma's calender.
Benedict XVI: Benedict XVI: Monks are reading antique Buddhist writings and sacrifices are made in the monastery. At the beginning of March the temperature increases continuously, with the temperature rising above 40°C until the end of the months. New Year Myanmar mid-April (ThingyanWaterFestival) is a worthwhile one. Watering someone is considered a purification rite.
Although the temperature rises sharply, making exploring outdoors, such as exploring Bagan Temple, can still be pleasant if you are smart. Visit the Bagan temple early in the day for a lovely dawn or a lovely dusk in the evening when the sun is not so hot.
It is much colder around Inle Lake and wetter in Yangon because of its cost. The advantages are tempting enough to take a trip in the heats. SWEDAGON Pagoda Feast (March). It takes place in Yangon's legendary Shwedagon Pagoda. The Thingyan Water Festivals (mid-April). Thingyan, along with Myanmar, is the most famous celebration in the country for a whole weekend.
Masses of spectators are playing tunes, dancing and throwing each other' waters across the street while immersed in a cavalcadeosphere. South East monsoons bring rainfall to the whole land with mean temperature of 30°C, especially between June and August in the Bay of Bengal, Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta.
They can still go to the main places - Yangon, Mandalay, Inle Lake and Bagan (except for ballooning). In Mandalay, Inle Lake and Bagan it is raining in the afternoon and early evening in small intervals. In the afternoon Yangon sees often longer rainfalls, because it lies at the Southcoast.
The benefits of low seasons are compelling. They have a better chance of getting outstanding chauffeurs, most of whom are fully paid during the high tourist seasons. And not to forget that total travelling expenses can be 10% to 20% lower than in the top month due to lower housing and flight tolls.
Sep/Oct Thadingyut Fetival. It takes place throughout the country for three consecutive nights in the 7th of Burma's schedule. This celebration marks the Buddha's comeback from heaven. Learn more about Myanmar Weather by Myanmar and what to bring with you when you visit. The tour starts or ends in Yangon or Mandalay and lasts about 9 nights; visit Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake.