What to Visit in Burma

Things to visit in Burma

Buranmar on a Shoestring in Burma/Myanmar, Asia Surprising, supernatural, largely unaffected by the modern age - there are many ways to describe Myanmar (also known as Burma), but it is better to see it for yourself. And, with two trips on board, you won't have to spend long journeys and make sure you get the most out of your experience of the city. Take this opportunity - right now. Surprising, supernatural, largely unaffected by the modern age - there are many ways to describe Myanmar (also known as Burma), but it is better to see it for yourself. And, with two trips on board, you won't have to spend long journeys and make sure you get the most out of your experience of the city.

Take this opportunity - right now. We' re canceling the Kengtung to Inle Lake service, so we'll reroute. Most of the route remains the same, the only changes are half a full days more in Inle Lake and half a full days less in Mandalay. You will need an entrance visas for one or more destinations that you visit on this route.

Arrival possible at any moment. After crossing the Myanmar (Burma) frontier, head to Kengtung, an ethnic city in the interior of the country. Include a hike through paddy fields along a landscape crossed by different mountain tribes. Taste Shanghai, a pasta broth and local staples - it's a delicacy. Food included: Choose to indulge in the vibrant Kyaing Tong Market with a free forenoon.

Food included: Spend some free lazy days discovering the area. Hire a bicycle, take a cookery course or take a trip to the lakeside by sea and see some of its swimming towns and parks. Food included: Proceed to the exploration of Inle lake with another free outing. Come early in the mornings to the antique site of Bagan for a Dawn Tours.

Spend the remainder of the morning enjoying your free hours. Food included: Take a free afternoon to see the surrounding towns or continue exploring the wreck. Food included: Afterwards you drive to Mandalay and spend your free atmoshere. Scale Mandalay Hill or go to the Golden Monastery. Food included: Have a free night before getting on a night coach to Yangon.

Food included: Take an orienteering stroll in the country's biggest town, and head to the unbelievable Shwedagon Pagoda. Food included: Have a last evening with the group in the nation's capitol. Food included: Departure possible at any moment. Arrival possible at any moment. Be free to make up your mind before your welcome get-together, but make sure you're back in good timing to see the group.

After crossing the Myanmar (Burma) frontier, head to Kengtung, an ethnic city in the interior of the country. Include a hike through paddy farms along a landscape crossed by different mountain tribes. Taste Shanghai, a pasta broth and local staples - it's a delicacy. Approximately 1 hour from Kengtung, driving around 1 hour by car through the village of Sandy.

Explore the Pin Tauk area with the towns of Lahu, Akha and Ann. If we have enough free space, we will also go to a Shan hamlet with a paddy-mill. Food included: Choose to enjoy the vibrant Kyaing Tong Market with a free forenoon. We would like to inform you that the flights from Kengtung to Inle Lake (Heho) have been cancelled for a short while.

Instead, travellers will be travelling from Kengtung to Tachilek (4 hours) and flying from Tachilek to Heho International Heho International Station. Find out more about Kentung with a free forenoon. Food included: Spend some free lazy days exploring the area. Hire a bicycle, take a cookery course or visit the lakeside by sea and visit some of its swimming towns and parks.

Hop in a small ferry and take a trip on Lake Inle and its swimming towns. The Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Convent. Check out the stores that sell Shan and Myanma tradition. Look out for Pa-Oh, Inthar and Shan in their old-fashioned attire. Hundreds of astonishing Shan Buddha pictures are housed in this gorgeous cloister.

Get on a rental bicycle and start enjoying the trip! Food included: Proceed to explore Inle Lake with another free outing. The Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Convent. Check out the stores that sell Shan and Myanma tradition. Hundreds of astonishing Shan Buddha pictures are housed in this gorgeous cloister. Come early in the mornings to the antique site of Bagan for a Dawn Tours.

Spend the remainder of the morning enjoying your free hours. Come to the antique site of Bagan for a wonderful dawn. Food included: Take a free afternoon to see the surrounding towns or further exploring the wreck. Spend a free afternoon exploring this wonderful area or take some relaxing moments.

Take a sightseeing trip through the city. For a glimpse into Bagan's wealthy past, head to the colorful Nyaung Oo Market and the Shwezigon Pagoda's gold stupa. Cycling around the breathtaking Bagan. For a glimpse into Bagan's wealthy past, head to the colorful Nyaung Oo Market and the Shwezigon Pagoda's gold Stupa.

Attend the colourful Nyaung Oo Market, where local people come every single working days to buy and buy new products and more. Awake up early and savour a little refreshment before the start of your warm-baloon. Go up in the sky with an experienced flight attendant and discover the beauties of Bagan in the early mornings.

Food included: Afterwards you drive to Mandalay and spend your free day. Scale Mandalay Mountain or go to the Golden Monastery. Have some free to discover. Soak up the 240m high peak, famous for its numerous marshes and cloisters. Savour the views you have deserved on this short walk.

Celebrate your stay in this breathtaking convent, known as the Golden Convent, which was once part of the Amarapura King's residence. It is a marvellous example of Burmese architectural tradition. Food included: Have a free time before getting on a night coach to Yangon. Visiting the antique Mandalay temple, visiting the near king lyceum Amarapura or crossing the longest wooden bridges in the word.

" Explore a semi-precious woven fabric and then the Mahagandayon Convent, home to over 1,000 warriors. Catch a gorgeous glimpse from the over 200-year-old U Bein wooden deck. Take a stroll on the U Bein Bridges, a 1 km long viaduct considered to be the oldest and longest wooden bridges in the worid.

It is still an important link for the locals and is most frequented in July and August, when the water is fullest. Arakan Buddha, 100 years old and a legend, is 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) high. See the impressive sculpture and find out more about the importance of this shrine.

Soak up the 240m high peak, famous for its numerous marshes and cloisters. Savour the views you have deserved on this short walk. Celebrate your stay in this breathtaking convent, known as the Golden Convent, which was once part of the Amarapura King's residence.

It is a marvellous example of Burmese architectural tradition. Come and see this breathtaking panorama of golden and whitewashed Myanmaris. This is a spiritual place for Theravada Buddhists, it will be intriguing for all tourists regardless of their religious beliefs. Food included: Take an orienteering stroll in the country's biggest town, and head to the unbelievable Shwedagon Lagoon.

Have a short stroll with your chief executive officer. This is a beautiful 2,500 year old coupe. Glistening in the gentle dawn sun, the main motif is encircled by tens of elaborately adorned edifices and sculptures and is regarded as the Yangon icon.

This is a beautiful 2,500 year old coupe. Glistening in the gentle dawn sun, the main motif is encircled by tens of elaborately adorned edifices and sculptures and is regarded as the Yangon icon. Food included: Have a last evening with the group in the nation's capitol.

Food included: Departure possible at any moment. Permit USD205-270 for non-inclusive mealtimes.

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