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We are a member of the Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development and the Ministry of Hotel and Tourism. Certificat number is 678/2010-2011 and the license number of the Ministry of Hotel and Tourism is Kha-1425. 4-A, Room 7, Parami Road, Mayangone Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Discover Yangon, the biggest town in Myanmar. Among the attractions are lively streets, the Native American district and a variety of cultural and cultural remains and worship sites. Discover the'real' Yangon on a thrilling breakfast trip through the town and its neighbourhood. Begin your journey by local transport rail.
Indulge in the activities on the trains and outdoors as he drives through the neighborhood and along the market. The 72-meter-long Buddha picture in the Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda and then with the natives in Kandawgyi Park. End the day with a tour of pulsating Chinatown amidst the lively dining stands and pubs in the area.
I woke up this mornin' for a plane to Bagan. Following a tour of Bagan's renowned paint shops, take a wood motor boat for a boat trip on the Irrawaddy River. Wake up early for an option hot-air Baloon ride over the Temple of Bagan or take a few more hour's and tour after breakfasts.
Begin the outing like a native with a stop at the lively Morgenmarkt. We spend the remainder of the afternoon visiting churches and towns and getting to know the way of living in the area. Fly to Mandalay early in the mornings for an exhilarating trip through this historical town.
Begin with a trip to the summit of Mandalay to learn about the town' s past. You will then discover the many places at the foot of the mound, among them the huge picture of Buddha marbles in Kyauktawgyi and the "Greatest Book in the World". On the last stop of the day is the Shwenandaw Monastery, the only preserved Royal Palace build.
In the afternoon you will explore the vast town with a visit to the Mahamuni Pagoda. One of the most venerated sculptures in the land, this splendid Buddha picture is coated in layers of layered gild. An unforgettable excursion to Amarapura, the former imperial capitol, ends the outing.
The Mahagandayon Monastery is home to several hundred nuns, followed by a brief stroll to U Bein Bridges, the world's longest trek overbridge. Begin the days with a tour to Sagaing. More than 100 sanctuaries and 600 other sacred monuments make it no wonder Tagaing is regarded as the Myanmar city.
Proceed with a tour of the historical places of Ava, also known as Inwa. Take a horse-drawn carriage ride along the city's country lanes, which was Myanmar's capitol several periods between the fourteenth and nineteenth century. Leaving the lowlands of Mandalay this mornings, drive to the Shan State Heights.
There is a brief take-off to Heho, where a beautiful ride by road to Pindaya awaits you. Once you have checked into your accommodation, take a chance on the edge of the city and get together with a native host on your teaplant. A stroll to the home of the hosts, where teas and delicacies are served.
You' ll also have the chance to see how to make Myanmar's most popular snack, lettuce teale. At the end of the day there are the famous Pindaya cave. Proceed your journey through Shan State with a nice ride to Nyaung Shwe. After arriving, take a brief stroll through this enchanting city before boarding a longtail and cruising Lake Inle.
You' ll also be visiting the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, where you can join the community to worship this holy place. It is possible, according to the days, to go to one of the lake's early market places to observe members of different ethnical groups buying and selling new products and other goods.
Then, take a matutinal cruise through a jungle-covered channel to the Indeinsteg. Her Myanmar Adventures end today with a plane to Yangon. You will be picked up by a chauffeur in good season for a shuttle to the internat...