Where to Travel in Burma

Traveling where in Burma?

The best time to visit Myanmar (formerly Burma) is between November and February, with warm, dry days bringing in most of the country's annual visitors. Myanmar | Tailor-made Holidays in Myanmar The Areindmar Hotel, set amidst some of Bagan's most famous old Stupa and Pagoda, is a distinctive shop hotel that offers private and cosy accommodations while at the same time mirroring the Burmese cultural and traditional heritage. Amara is a small charming estate in Kalaw, perfect for getting away from the Burmese lowlands and spending the day hiking, cycling and birdwatching in the middle of a wonderful mountains.

Tucked between the palm trees on beautiful Ngapali Beach in Burma, Amata Beach is a unique seaside retreat that offers a remote and spoiled holiday in the midst of beautiful tropics on the Bay of Bengal. Situated on the outskirts of Lake Inle and supported by the wooded mountain tops of North Burma, the Inle Princess is a tranquil and charming business leisure complex that offers all the comforts and amenities of the city.

The Loikaw Lodge is a small family-owned shop offering high standards of convenience and cordial accommodation in the centre of tradition. Located at the base of Mandalay Hill with views of the Royal Palace, Mandalay Hill is a great place to explore Mandalay with the best of comforts. The Ngapali Bay Villa and Spa is a wonderful Ngapali Beach fashion house that can be reached directly from any of its stylish mansions.

The Rupar Mandalar is a classy fashion house set in blooming Mandalay woods, providing modern comfort and Burma's tradition of welcoming guests in a seductively quiet haven from the dust of the town. A great blend of civilization and beaches, this route is ideal for those who want to mix the gold-plated couples and templed plateaus for which Burma is famous with some seaside touring.

The 15-nights route provides a good introductory tour to one of South East Asia's most fascinating travel destination, uniting culturally diverse places, scenic places, a Irrawaddy River tour and a relaxed seaside holiday on Burma's scenic western seaboard. Explore the Irrawaddy River in the comforts of a 16-day journey that combines the best of the island's beaches and treasures with a relaxed seaside holiday on Burma's western seaboard.

This scenic and inexpensive route leads to some of Burma's most famous attractions, from the impressive Bagan sanctuaries to the Inle Lake swimming garden, making it easy for those who want to discover this beautiful land but have little to do. These itineraries are designed for those who really want to get under the skins of this mysterious city.

Savour culturally diverse towns, former UK top stops, hot air over Bagan, an Irrawaddy rivercruise and the beautiful Ngapali beach. It is a great route for those who want to discover Burma's culturally diverse towns alongside its countryside treasure. Bicycle through Bagan's temples, hike from Kalaw to Inle Lake and ride through the roads of Yangon and Mandalay.

Cycling in Bagan, canoeing in Inle Lake and elephant in Kalaw, this two weeks adventure tour is a great choice for the family who wants to discover some of Burma's most famous places with teenagers. Burma's lesser-known delicacies are just next to the attractions on this three-week journey from the green Yangon to the culturally prosperous city of Bagan and its temple-lined plain before heading on to tranquil hills full of old relicts.

Enjoy the best of Burma on this 12-day trip that combines some of the best in the world. Boat over the Bagan Temple, drink a glass of fine wines with a view of the Inle Sea and unwind on one of the best sandy shores in Southeast Asia. Cross the Irrawaddy River with convenience and elegance aboard Strand cruises, and combine shore trips, sightseeing and the pinnacle of on-board luxuries as you sails from the culturally diverse Mandalay to the archeological wonders of Bagan.

Drive to the Rock of Kyaiktiyo which is a small gilded rock that sits on a block of gilded stone, one of Burma's most important places of worship. Discover the Mandalay town with a native English speaking guides on this half-day trip that will take you to some of the best sights such as Mandalay Hill, the "world's greatest book" and the Royal Fort.

Explore the Mahamuni Pagoda early and brightly and see how some of the Buddhas are washed by a monk before visiting a small village fair and having their breakfasts in a typical teashop. Explore the craftsmanship of the area, learn how to make paint and varnish materials before you design your own souvenirs and apply the crafts.

Enjoy a full exploration of Mandalay town with a guided tour of places such as the gold-plated Mahamuni Pagoda, some of Burma's first UNESCO World Heritage sites and a few cultural events before climbing Mandalay Hill in good season for sundown. Drive to Tant Kyi town along the Irrawaddy River to the distinctive Tant Kyi Pagoda Pagoda and enjoy the breathtaking panorama view over the countryside below;

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