The ancient country formerly known as Burma was a closed secret for many years. With political change has come a more openness and holiday makers are pouring in to see the thousands of temples and previously hidden wonders. Myanmar is filling hotels as fast as they can build them.

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Highlights of Myanmar Tours

Rudyard Kipling described Myanmar as a Land like No other and it is an intriguing place to visit. Here are some of the highlights

Take a boat on Inle Lake

Take a boat on Inle Lake

There is so much to see on Inle Lake. From fishermen rowing with their unique one legged method to small villages on stilts. There are the wonderful floating gardens too, and many delightful craft workshops to visit.

Cycle in the hills

Mountain-Cycling

Above the hills of Kalaw are some great trails for cycling as well as hiking. For an active holiday, cycling in this part of Myanmar is scenic and quite an adventure.

Walk on wood

UBein Bridge

UBein Bridge is the world’s longest teak bridge stretching 2 miles. It is a delight to walk across and enjoy, and is one of the classic photographic sites in Burma.

Explore historic Mandalay

Explore historic Mandalay

From the Royal Palace to the World’s Biggest Book and Mahamuni Paya, Mandalay is full of interesting historic sights. Don’t forget to climb to the summit of Mandalay Hill for a view across the city and take time to enjoy the famous tea rooms here. It is also a wonderful place to sail on the Ayeyarwaddy River.

See intriguing Bagan

See intriguing Bagan

With over 4000 temples, Bagan is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. Explore ancient sites like Ananda Paya or see the temples at sundown. With so many to see here, take a hot air balloon over the city for more wonderful views.

Enjoy Shwedagon at sunset

Enjoy Shwedagon at sunset

A visit to Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon is a must see for visitors to Myanmar. The golden stupa is one of the most famous in the world. Visit early in the morning or come at sunset when the last rays of the sun turn the stupa all manner of exquisite colours.

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