What to see in BurmaThings to see in Burma
Burma Travel & Myanmar Holidays
You can explore the wonderful, varied Myanmar civilization. Enjoy a tasty homemade dinner with a Bagan hostess or take a cruise on Lake Inle. Situated on the Ayeyarwady River is the 26 miles long plains of Bagan, a town that offers a breathtaking contrasts of gorgeous green with thousand of shrines and palagodas.
Take a look at our Myanmar trips with Bagan. Walk the roads of Myanmar's biggest town and enjoy the enormous beauties of Yangon. Discover the town' s sacred centre, the Shwedagon Lagoon, and take part in an olive tree burning celebration before watching the sunset over the glittering Lagoon.
Take a look at our Myanmar trips with Yangon. Take a long tail row from the seaside town of Nyaungshwe to picturesque Inle Lake. Proceed around the pond as you drive past the high teaky buildings of bustling Ywama on the way to Nyaung Ohak. Explore these distinctive sculpted remains from the XIV C.
Check out our Myanmar trips with Inle Lake. An enchanting fairytale landscape of holy stupas, old customs and worship that you will discover in some of the world's most holy Buddhist shrines as you plunge into the history of the lands now formally known as Myanmar.
Myanmar (Burma) is the best travel season
Be it the New Year, the beginning of the crop or the many Buddhaist feasts, Myanmar has a series of lively celebrations every year, and here is our selection of the best. During Burma on the 11th week of the full moons anniversary, this celebration marks the beginning of picking with sticky specialty rices cooked and savoured with family and family.
Between March and April during the summer vacation, young men from communities all over Myanmar will disguise themselves as prince and go to their native convent where they will briefly study the Dhamma - the Buddha teach the world. This Buddhist feast, held over 4-5 nights, marked the beginning of the Myanmar year with a rebellious throw of waters in the street and charity for the people.
It is a opportunity for Buddhists to wipe out misfortune and misfortune from the previous year. The five days of the Shwedagon Rally will lead to the full moons with visitors from all over Myanmar who will visit the Shwedagon Lagoon in Mandalay with fresh candlelight. ANNIVERSARY 18-day celebration held at the Phaung Daw Oo Lake in the Inle Lake is best known for the four Buddha sculptures that are carried on a regal ship along the Inle Lake highways.
Aka Myanmar's Lightful festival, this season celebrates Buddha's Lent returns to planet Earth with the light of a hundred candle lights in churches and palagodas throughout Myanmar. Every year a ballon fest takes place in the Shan state capitol, at which tens of beautifully adorned stationery ballons are sent to heaven.