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This is a good season to go to Myanmar. We start our tour in the former capitol Yangon, where we go to the unforgetable Shwedagon Pagoda. Afterwards we will travel to Mandalay to picturesque towns, old shrines and a nightly river boat trip to the eleventh cent. We even spent a few relaxing getaway at Inle Lake before returning to Yangon for a delicious farewell dinner in one of the best dining places in town.
Gays & Lesbians in New Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)
Carnival traffic against nature" is punished by a prison sentence of up to 10 years. It is seldom applied, but it makes gay men and women susceptible to policing. Myanmar's gay and transgender communities are seldom" out", except for "third sex" mental media that channelize the energy of the naturalists.
More information on GLBTI topics in Myanmar can be found at Colours Rainbow (www.colorsrainbow.com). Visit also Utopia-Asia (www.utopia-asia.com), which edits a gay guidebook on Southeast Asia, and Myanmar. Some of the travel agents that offer gay-friendly travel to Myanmar are Purple Dragon and Gay Tours Myanmar.
We will show you the best of Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) on this 11-day trip, which includes a quiet four-night luxurious luxury cruise on the famous Irrawaddy River, thrown in for a good buoy. From the glistening city centre of Yangon to the picturesque Inle Lake water. From the temple-laden Bagan plain to the historic Mandalay... we will show you the best of Myanmar (formerly known as Burma).
Myanmar, one of the least known and least advanced Southeast Asian nations and perhaps the most mysterious in the area, has taken some strides towards transformation in the last ten years, but the old Burma described by Rudyard Kipling and George Orwell is still very present. Winsston Churchill called Burma a mysterious state.
The lives of most of Burma's citizens revolve around the temples and the tea house. Burma's warmer and gentler countryside always amazes the visitor. One of the highlights of our trip is the luxury all suites boat, on which we sail down the Irrawaddy River for four-night.
Introduced in late 2014, with only 21 suits, this is an intimate experience that has been tailored by locals using classic fabrics and combines Myanmar style with modern class. It is the only full balconieship on the Irrawaddy that offers outstanding dining (both domestic and foreign options), a high crew to guests balance and culture trips from the yacht (such as a craftsman' s shop, towns, a convent, a pagoda and a grocery market).
On board the boat there is a show of dances, talks and a cookery class. Unwind in the lounging room with its panorama views, enjoying the diving basin on board, enjoying a relaxing spas treat, watching riverside living from your room...... Or you can take in a breathtaking viewpoint over the breathtaking Bagan Plain temple by taking a magic hot-air ballooning trip!
During this four day trip our group will share the vessel with other travellers as this is not a personal charters.