Chin state of Myanmar

China State Myanmar

Like most of China, the majority of the population in Hakha is Christian (for more information on religion in Myanmar, click here). Mountain & Tribes of Chin State Myanmar | Luxurious Myanmar itinerary

Prices are quoted on the basis of occupation of double rooms or doubles and include accomodation, transfer, car/driver, English language tour leader, activity and admission fee, breakfast and some occasional lunch during the tour. From breathtaking cascades to magnificent mountain ranges, one of the world's least advanced regions, Chin State in West Burma (Burma), which borders Bangladesh and East India, is full of nature's most beautiful.

An intensive five-day journey through luxuriant fauna and secluded towns to the top of Mount Victoria, the state's highest mountain, for a truly memorable journey through one of the world's most secluded civilizations.

On this seven hours four-wheel ride you pass wide plateaus and rolling hilly areas, through the remote Ka Zun Ma and Nga Ga Bwe towns and to the base of Chin Hill, where the countryside becomes less dust and greener. At the end of the day your goal is the nice Kanpetlet town.

You will have your own bed and breakfasts at your accommodation and then you will enjoy your sightseeing tour of Kanpetlet on a crest between two steep valley. Visiting a locale home to find out more about the Chin tribe's ink painting tradition: Join six girls with different facial ink painting techniques and get to know the story, significance and processes of this long-standing lineage.

Later on, treat yourself to a Chinese evening meal at your local restaurant. Following breakfasts, take a scenic trip by bus and then hike to the top of Mount Victoria, the highest top in China, where you can experience unbelievable scenic vistas. After a three-hour walk to the foot of the hill, take a break for a quick picnic and then unwind on a brief one-hour trip to the town of Aye - 5,800 ft above see - for supper and a full overnight stay in a basic guest cottage.

Today you will be visiting several Chin indigenous communities to find out more about indigenous traditions. From Mashiyaw Dorf you hike to two small towns, Kyar Do and Lupet, where you can see the locals, find out more about their tattooing customs and see the places in the town, complete with the sacrificial pillar and old plate graveyard.

After that you go to the town of Mindat and spend the nights there. Eight hour return to Bagan after having finished your breakfasts and stop at a typical Bagan dinner place for dinner. Spend one last evening at the Bagan hotels before leaving for your next stop in the mornings. The Pine Tree is a small tile resorts near the former Kanpetlet hilltop town.

There is a small eatery serving breakfasts and typical cuisine. Back to Pinewood Villa in Kanpetlet, Myanmar. Located in a secluded location, this one of a kind luxury guesthouse has 18 humble cottages, each with stunning view of the woods and hills and comfortable single or queen size bed. Located low in the Chin State Hills, visitors spent their day discovering the close by paths and dining on typical Chinese food in the resort's inns.

There are no hotel in the vastness of Myanmar, so for a truly genuine and exciting adventure you can either sleep in a tent or host families in a typical Myanmar house. The Mountain Oasis Resort is a timber Ecolodge-like estate situated in the hilly area just in front of the former Kanpetlet hilltop community and near the Natmataung National Park.

We serve traditional Myanmar, Simplified China and Europe meals and breakfasts. Located in the midst of 27 hectares of luxuriant landscaped tropics, the Aureum Palace Hotel is a quiet haven in the centre of Bagan. Roomy mansions dot the resort's extensive landscaped grounds and are elaborately furnished with handcrafted teak furniture, ancient furniture and indigenous artefacts.

If you want to taste Myanmar and Thai food, go to The Shan, or if you want to taste wine and food from Italy, you can eat at Casa D'Enzo. Tiripyitsaya Sakura is a magnificent estate on the bank of the impressive Irrawaddy River in the antique town of Bagan. Thirty years ago this classic and charmingly furnished luxury resort was founded by the Myanmar authorities and is now under Japan' rule.

Since then the guesthouse has been extensively renovated, modernised and extended. Situated on a wonderful river bank, amidst 24 hectares of well laid out garden, this is a truly luxury Shrine. It has hosted leading global politicians, economists and VIPs and is the leading Bagan resort.

Each room is furnished contemplatively in Myanmar tradition with indigenous fabrics and natural wood. Excellent kitchen, spas, lounge bars, cafes, jaccuzzi and the largest outside swimming pools and sun deck in the area. In the " The Thiripyitsaya Boutique ", which is next to the reception, a selected souvenir from Myanmar is offer.

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In this 12-day luxurious privately owned jets experience, you' ll wander the emperor roads of Vietnam, see ancient monasteries spread across Southeast Asia, and try to negotiate with the local people at various local freshness stores. From Thailand to Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar, this tour covers all major Southeast Asian travel locations.

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