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Buranamr Travel offers luxurious transport between Yangon and Naypyidaw. Or we can organize your transfer from the international airports and ticket sales for your stay in the Naypyidaw or hotel reservations, making your travel to this beautiful metropolis as easy as never before. If you need to make an appointement with officials or other logisticians.
All of our employees are fluent in both English and Myanamr, please feel free to get in touch with us and let us organise all ground handling for you. For the best deal, please consult our travel agent. You will be met by our chauffeur at the Yangon International Terminal and transferred to Naypyidaw in 4h.
On the way to Naypyidaw
I had just returned from Myanmar's capitol, Myanmar, on a two-day trip that felt more like a whole weeks when I learned that the next World Economic Forum (WEF) region-tour would be held in Naypyidaw in 2013. A lot of folks tell me they want to go to this country of architectonic wonder before hundreds of others do it during Myanmar's arousal.
However, in this case I can tell you that there are convenient grounds why some streets are less used than others. This is a unique glimpse of Myanmar's hidden capital Naypyitaw. From the Yangon Trade Center there are two ways to get to the new Naypyidaw headquarters - driving or flying.
Myanmar Airways International's representative in Tokyo will take care of the airline ticket. There' s only one departure at 7 a.m. and you have to be at the desk at 5 a.m. It is possible that the aircraft will not take off and will be cancelled. All of a sudden I miss Mingaladon Airport, the remarkable slippery gate that welcomed me to Myanmar a few workdays before.
I' m currently flying from a unnamed international destination for inland only. He never carries lightweight luggage, looks at our cumbersome equipment and assumes that we are obese. I' m asking my quasi-travel guide, a chief executive of a large Japan company, how many trips he made.
A half-minute later I arrive in Naypyidaw and in a moment I forgot what it was about. It is impeccable and could happen for a new flight at Haneda International in Tokyo. Most of the time everything in Naypyidaw is under seven years old, because then all of a sudden bush country was turned into an acres.
Once the task is completed, I am prepared for my five-hour return to Yangon. When I walked out of the foyer I got one last word of opinion from the same chief executive - go to the can now. They see a shaky automobile with a punctured tyre. You would think if you had a punctured tyre in the midst of no man's country at nightfall and there was only one garage (conveniently just around the corner from where we got our punctured tyre), there would be a little fear.
As I realize by our rider and our leader that there will be nothing like this, I also drop into the rythm of what must have been a scheduled part of our trip back to the home bases. He' removing it, filling the tyre with some gas. The tyre will fit exactly, or at least comfortably enough for the tyre to reach back to Yangon for the other 100 kilometres.
Thank you for your advise, and I'll tell them about the puncture. "I have two ideas," one of the veterans states. Anyway, I don't think his theory's that different from mine. On the other hand, they're just theory.