Myanmar Burmese Classic

Burmese classic

A two-week adventure through Myanmar (Burma), which also includes the remote Shan states. Myanmar has made a deep impression on Kipling & Inside Burma Tours, Kipling's Burma vacation will show you why, with its varied mix of breathtaking destinations. Maps of Classic Myanmar including Myanmar. Myanmar Classical "We can do anything in Burma. Myanmar Classic is a fortnightly tour covering all of Myanmar's major attractions.

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  • Indipendent, trustworthy ratings that have been typed into Rough Guides' hallmark mix of humor, sincerity and understanding to help you get the most out of your stay, with choices for every budge. The Kyaiktiyo (Golden Rock), Taung Kalat (Popa Mountain), Shwe OO Min Cave, Gokteik Viaduct, Ngapali Beach, Inle Lake, Shwedagon Pagoda, Ngwe Saung, Shwezigon Pagoda, Shwesandaw Pagoda.

Kirping's Burma

Even though his stay was short, the few short weeks he had in Burma made a profound and lasting impact on him. Enchanted by the land's tropical charm and the captivating self-confidence of the humans, we are sure you will feel the same amazement and amazement that he first glanced at the great gold building of Shwedagon Pagoda.

KIPING's Burma Travel Route investigates many of the key goals of the UK settlement period that provided both the background and inspirations for Kipling's acclaimed work. We travel from Old Moulmein Pagoda, which still overlooks the wide, slowly flowing water and the palms of the south of Burma, through the Colonian capitol Rangoon (the contemporary Yangon), to the impressive emperor town of Mandalay high up on the powerful Irrawaddy River.

On the way you will stop at the steep Golden Rock, which is incredibly equilibrated on the top of Mount Kyaiktyo, discover the amazing pagodas of Bagan and stop at mountain resorts reminiscent of another age. It is your opportunity to flee the "bloody British drizzle" and dive into Burma's eventful colorful coloration.

You will reach Yangon, the former capitol of Burma. You will be met by your travel leader at the international airports and accompanied by your own coach to your accommodation in the center of the town. You will have the opportunity to refresh and unwind in your own resort before embarking on a brief trip through Yangon's legacy of colonialism.

Although scientists suspect that Shwedagon was initially constructed in the 6th to 10th century, the story goes that a mock-up has been standing here for 2500 years. On the second evening, after a good night's rest, your leader will take you on a walk through Yangon's city centre, an area with many old houses from the colonisation period and places of interesst.

During your hike you will see various places of worship such as the Cathedral of Mary constructed in 1899, the Buddhist Sule Paya and the Botataung Pagoda. Bogyoke Market, formerly known as Scott's Market, where you will have some free afternoon to rummage through the hundred stores and states.

Afterwards, we head to The Strand Hotel, which opened in 1901 - when Burma was still part of British India. It is an elegance and elegance of a former royal house with high ceiling, slow-running ventilators and classic wickerwork. An early morning picnic drive to Mawlamyine (AKA Moulmein) by road starts your outing.

On the way you will stop in the city of Bago to see the Shwethalyaung Buddha. In the afternoon we head to the British Burma capitol from 1827 to 1852, where we will stop at our hotel in Alaska. Journey to the city of Myanmar is an experience in itself, taking you through the scenery of South Burma and many of Burma's characteristic towns.

After your stay you will go to your accommodation to make your check-in. Mawlamyine, the 4th biggest Burmese village, still succeeds in maintaining the peaceful charme of a dozy fishermen's village. You will have plenty of free day this afternoons to enjoy the ambience along Strand Road, where the faded colorful farmhouses are overlooking the rivers.

Embark this mornings with your tour leader on a full moon of activities on the waters and get to know a mixture of wonderful landscape and locals. First, make your way to the pier for a brief cruise to the strangely called Shampoo Island, known in the Mon tongue as Ta Kaw Pon Za Lai.

Situated at the junction of five streams, Mon King's held ritual shampoo rituals here during the Mon King's Mon King International Lake Constance Waterstival. After Shampoo Iceland we head to Bilu Kyun, where you will be taken by horses and wagons to discover some of the surrounding area.

They are the ideal place to get a feeling for the locals' lifestyle and to see the production of craft. In the afternoon, after a nice meal, drive to the footbridge and take the boat back to you. Early in the morning, after an early morning meal on the fifth morning, you will be taken through the landscape from the town of Marlamyine to Hpa An, the Karen state city.

At lunchtime, you' ll resume your tour with a tour of Kaw Gun Cave, also known as the "Cave of Ten Thousand Buddhas" (yes, more Buddhas). There are bigger sculptures on the floor, while a thousand small ones sit on stone racks lining the wall and roof.

Eventually you will go back to Hpa An to your hotels to discover the area tonight. In the mornings you will drive to the mooring to take a ferry on the Than Lwin River to Dhamma Vizaya Pagoda. When you' re done visiting the stupas, you should take some leisure to discover the area - which includes Linnoh Gu, or "bat cave", where literally a hundred bat species live.

In the afternoon, your tour leader will take you to Kyaikhtiyo Basecamp, where you will change from your own vehicle to an open-air truck: the only way for those who want to climb the Mt. This 45-minute ride takes you along sharp, curvy streets to the top stop and the gate to the Golden Rock.

Once you have checked in, you can left your baggage behind and take the small path to the crag. One of Burma's most important places of worship is a giant block of stone with a leafy layer of solid wood, finely poised on the rocks. There is a Buddha head on the stone itself, and Buddhist from all over the area come here to worship.

Ascend this early today to see the Golden Rocks illuminated by the sun. In the early hours of the day, the people of the village meet on the rocks to offer sacrifices in the silence of the early mornings. It is a wonderful atmosphere to enjoy the lovely environment before you return to your hotels for breakfasts.

At the end of your stay your tour your tour leader will take you with an open lorry back to Yangon from where you will take your own vehicle back to the basecamp. Having checked into your accommodation this afternoons, your tour leader will take you to one of the many sunsets in the area to observe the sun set over the plains: an enchanting introductory tour of this area.

In Myinkaba Village, you' ll be visiting the Gubyaukgyi Temple, famous for its fine murals and well-preserved exterior woodcarvings, before driving to the near Manuha and Nan Paya churches to see their statues and stone work. At noon you will go back to your accommodation to relax by the swimming pools or to explore on your own for a few more hour.

The ninth morning, your tour leader will take you to the footbridge where the Paukan motorhome is waiting for you. The next two overnight stays are at RV Paukan, a fully functional and nicely equipped river cruise ship with a 30-person cruise ship and a seating for 55 people. Deliberately combining great colorful designs with Burmese tradition, the ship's unique look will transport you on the "Road to Mandalay" on the same line as the Irrawaddy Flotilla Company.

You will take a short break in a riverfront hamlet this afternoons to look around and see Burmese everyday rural lifestyle before heading to your berth for the nights. The eleventh full moon is on the beach, with a breakfast stop in the town of Yandabo - a river municipality known for its tradition of casserole-making.

For an early bird's eye view of the Irrawaddy Riviera this early bird's eye view this mornings. After an early buffet breakfasts you will get off at Lago Maggiore Jetty, where a native tour leader will take you to Pyin Oo Lwin for two hours.

In the days of the Kiplings, mountain resorts were high estates where the English colonists escaped the hot summers, and there are many memories of settlement - even of old-fashioned brickwork buildings. Besides the country's cultural legacy, Pyin Oo Lwin and the neighbouring area are of particular interest as they are home to many of Burma's nationalities.

You will drive through the city this afternoons on a classic carriage and horses to see the beautiful botanical garden laid out by the former Governor of Burma, Sir Harcourt Butler, consisting of 432 hectares of greenery. Today, after having your breakfasts at your hotels, drive to the railroad terminal for a two-hour ride to Mandalay.

You will have plenty of time to discover the town before returning to your hotels for the evening. The 14th is a guided walk through the three old capital cities surrounding Mandalay: Amarapura, Ava and Sagaing. You have the opportunity to see the Mahagandayon Convent, where over a thousand nuns live, and the famous and scenic U Bein Brigde - the oldest and longest teak wooden brigde in the canyon.

In the afternoon we will cross the riverbank to see the city of La Saraing, home to 3,000 religious, 100 Buddhist centers and a scenery of 600 white-painted cloisters. After visiting a souvenir shop, you will be taken back to Mandalay by coach. To prolong your journey to Inle Lake, or perhaps travel on to Vietnam, Cambodia or Laos, all you need to do is contact us and we will be happy to take care of your wishes.

You will reach Yangon, the former capitol of Burma. You will be met by your travel leader at the international airports and accompanied by your own coach to your accommodation in the center of the town. You will have the opportunity to refresh and unwind in your own resort before embarking on a brief trip through Yangon's legacy of colonialism.

Although scientists suspect that Shwedagon was initially constructed in the 6th to 10th century, the story goes that a mock-up has been standing here for 2500 years. On the second evening, after a good night's rest, your leader will take you on a walk through Yangon's city centre, an area with many old houses and monuments.

During your hike you will see various places of worship such as the Cathedral of Mary constructed in 1899, the Buddhist Sule Paya and the Botataung Pagoda. Bogyoke Market, formerly known as Scott's Market, where you will have some free afternoon to rummage through the hundred stores and states.

Afterwards, we head to The Strand Hotel, which opened in 1901 - when Burma was still part of British India. It is an elegance and elegance of a former royal house with high ceiling, slow-running ventilators and classic wickerwork. An early morning picnic drive to Mawlamyine (AKA Moulmein) by road starts your outing.

On the way you will stop in the city of Bago to see the Shwethalyaung Buddha. In the afternoon we head to the British Burma capitol from 1827 to 1852, where we will stop at our hotel in Alaska. Journey to the city of Myanmar is an experience in itself, taking you through the scenery of South Burma and many of Burma's characteristic towns.

After your stay you will go to your accommodation to make your check-in. Mawlamyine, the 4th biggest Burmese village, still succeeds in maintaining the peaceful charme of a dozy fishermen's village. You will have plenty of free day this afternoons to enjoy the ambience along Strand Road, where the faded colorful farmhouses are overlooking the rivers.

Embark this mornings with your tour leader on a full moon of activities on the waters and get to know a mixture of wonderful landscape and locals. First, make your way to the pier for a brief cruise to the strangely called Shampoo Island, known in the Mon tongue as Ta Kaw Pon Za Lai.

Situated at the junction of five streams, Mon King's held ritual shampoo rituals here during the Mon King's Mon King International Lake Constance Waterstival. After Shampoo Iceland we head to Bilu Kyun, where a wagon and horses will pick you up to discover some of the surrounding area.

They are the ideal place to get a feeling for the locals' lifestyle and to see the production of craft. In the afternoon, after a nice meal, drive to the footbridge and take the boat back to you. Early in the morning, after an early morning meal on the fifth morning, you will be taken through the landscape from the town of Marlamyine to Hpa An, the Karen state city.

At lunchtime, you' ll resume your tour with a tour of Kaw Gun Cave, also known as the "Cave of Ten Thousand Buddhas" (yes, more Buddhas). There are bigger sculptures on the floor, while a thousand small ones sit on stone racks lining the wall and roof.

Eventually you will go back to Hpa An to your hotels to discover the area tonight. In the mornings you will drive to the mooring to take a ferry on the Than Lwin River to Dhamma Vizaya Pagoda. When you' re done visiting the stupas, you should take some leisure to discover the area - which includes Linnoh Gu, or "bat cave", where literally a hundred bat species live.

In the afternoon, your tour leader will take you to Kyaikhtiyo Basecamp, where you will change from your own vehicle to an open-air truck: the only way for those who want to climb the Mt. This 45-minute ride takes you along sharp, curvy streets to the top stop of the coach and the gate to the Golden Rock.

Once you have checked in, you can left your baggage behind and take the small path to the crag. One of Burma's most important places of worship is a giant block of stone with a leafy layer of solid wood, finely poised on the rocks. There is a Buddha head on the stone itself, and Buddhist from all over the area come here to worship.

Ascend this early today to see the Golden Rocks illuminated by the sun. In the early hours of the day, the people of the village meet on the rocks to offer sacrifices in the silence of the early mornings. It is a wonderful atmosphere to enjoy the lovely environment before you return to your hotels for breakfasts.

At the end of your stay your tour your tour leader will take you with an open lorry back to Yangon from where you will take your own vehicle back to the basecamp. Having checked into your accommodation this afternoons, your tour leader will take you to one of the many sunsets in the area to observe the sun set over the plains: an enchanting introductory tour of this area.

In Myinkaba Village, you' ll be visiting the Gubyaukgyi Temple, famous for its fine murals and well-preserved exterior woodcarvings, before driving to the near Manuha and Nan Paya churches to see their statues and stone work. At noon you will go back to your accommodation to relax by the swimming pools or to explore on your own for a few more hour.

The ninth morning, your tour leader will take you to the footbridge where the Paukan motorhome is waiting for you. The next two overnight stays are at RV Paukan, a fully functional and nicely equipped river cruise ship with a 30-person cruise ship and a seating for 55 people. Deliberately combining great colorful designs with Burmese tradition, the ship's unique look will transport you on the "Road to Mandalay" on the same line as the Irrawaddy Flotilla Company.

You will take a short break in a riverfront hamlet this afternoons to look around and see Burmese everyday rural lifestyle before heading to your berth for the nights. The eleventh full moon is on the beach, with a breakfast stop in the town of Yandabo - a river municipality known for its tradition of casserole-making.

For an early bird, this mornin' is a chance to see the Irrawaddy Riviera in the outdoors. After an early buffet breakfasts you will get off at Lago Maggiore Jetty, where a native tour leader will take you to Pyin Oo Lwin for two hours.

In the days of the Kiplings, mountain resorts were high estates where the English colonists escaped the hot summers, and there are many memories of settlement - even of old-fashioned brickwork buildings. Besides the country's cultural legacy, Pyin Oo Lwin and the neighbouring area are of particular interest as they are home to many of Burma's nationalities.

You will drive through the city this afternoons on a classic carriage and horses to see the beautiful botanical garden laid out by the former Governor of Burma, Sir Harcourt Butler, consisting of 432 hectares of greenery. Today, after having your breakfasts at your hotels, drive to the railroad terminal for a two-hour ride to Mandalay.

You will have plenty of time to discover the town before returning to your hotels for the evening. The 14th is a guided walk through the three old capital cities surrounding Mandalay: Amarapura, Ava and sagaing. You have the opportunity to see the Mahagandayon Convent, where over a thousand nuns live, and the famous and scenic U Bein Brigde - the oldest and longest teak wooden brigde in the canyon.

In the afternoon we will cross the riverbank to see the city of La Saraing, home to 3,000 religious, 100 Buddhist centers and a scenery of 600 white-painted cloisters. After visiting a souvenir shop, you will be taken back to Mandalay by coach. To prolong your journey to Inle Lake, or perhaps travel on to Vietnam, Cambodia or Laos, all you need to do is contact us and we will be happy to take care of your wishes.

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