See the best of Myanmar, with river cruises, visits to unseen areas and be immersed in local communities, developing a strong connection with the captivating country as you go that will last for eternity.
Start in historic Yangon and its old colonial buildings, formerly known as ’Rangoon’ in its days of British rule. Join the locals at a tea shop to drink tea or coffee and try out their delicious snacks.
Walk to Shwedagon pagoda, the most revered in all of Myanmar. Fly to the ancient capital, Bagan and visit a cave temple filled with exquisite murals. See the amazing sunset from the upper terrace of a temple. Go to one of Bagan’s lesser-known areas and take a cruise down the Irrawaddy River to witness everyday riverside life.
Get back on the road to see the next former capital; Amarapura. Mahagandayon monastery here is home to over 1,000 monks. Walk along the world’s longest teak bridge, constructed from 984 teak posts that were once part of a palace. Head out onto magnificent Inle Lake in a private motorboat, passing floating garden houses built on stilts and the famous ’leg-rowing’ fishermen of the lake.
Take a ride through the city’s outskirts on Yangon’s circular train. Finally, have a stroll around Bogyoke Market, filled with handmade goods and curiosities; the perfect place for gift shopping.