When is the best Time to Visit BurmaWhat is the best time to visit Burma?
What is the best time of year to visit Burma?
Myanmar is best visited during the drought between November and February. During this time of year, the day stays hot up to the 30Cs in most places, but it can get cold at nights in the Kalaw or Pyin Oo Lwin (Maymyo) area. However, the disadvantage of the good November-February climate is the higher number of visitors to Burma.
Bagan stays drier in the middle of the monsoons than other parts of Burma with low precipitation and temperature around the mid-1930s. Traveling in Burma during the monsoons is possible, but it is certainly not the best time of the year. TMC owner Roland Hunter traveled to Burma for a months first-hand visit to see the monsoons in August 2012 and July 2013.
Both Ngapali and Ngwe Saung beach are not open during the rainy months.
What is the best time to visit Myanmar or Burma?
Nov -Feb May to September are the rainy seasons. Rainfalls start to ease in October; the best time to visit Myanmar is from November to February, when the temperature is relatively moderate. Burma is a country of belief, ancient traditions, not so overwhelmingly progressive and charm.
Whether it is the 4000 mighty stupa in Bagan, the physically defiant generosity of the Golden Rock on Mount Kyaiktiyo or the soothing water of Irrawady, the country has the ability to enter the idyllic world of even the most stoical travellers. Featuring exquisite food, beautiful architectural styles, beautiful sandy beach and colourful festivities, it is unsurpassed in its variety of adventures.
The Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery, the Buddha sculptures of the Pindaya cave and the Green Hill Elephant Camps in Kalaw offer a variety of sights, not to speak of the Ywama Swimming School. Visit Mandalay with its freshwater porpoises, the Mandalay Palace and the Buddhist caverns of Peik Chin Myaing or be enchanted by the craftsmen of the artisans' quarter.
Take a hot-air flight across the breathtaking plain of Bagan, drive along the Irrawaddy, treat yourself to lacquerware or explore the Mt. Popa wild. It is a cityscape known for its many churches, with special attention to the Shwesandaw or Shwegugyi wards.
Burma is so much more than a temple and a heap of places with cracked pine name. It' a wonderful blend of everything a tourist is looking for and we have chosen the best of the best so that you can experience, enjoy and breath Myanmar. Like Rudyard Ki-pling once said so aptly: "This is Burma.