Myanmar today is still one of the most mysterious and unexplored destinations over the world; It offers all the traditional cultural values characteristic of an Asian country. This country possesses an abundance of natural beauty, diverse cultural and historical traditions with thousands of magnificent temple architecture. Therefore, we designed the following tours with the desire to help you easier to learn the lives of indigenous as well as explore the culture, nature and history of this mysterious country.
When is the best time to visit Myanmar?
The best time to visit Myanmar is from November to February. With the average temperature is 27 °C, the weather is sunny and pleasant.
What are the top places that you should not miss when taking a tour to Myanmar?
Yangon, Myanmar's large city and former capital, is one of the world's most unique locations. The Shwedagon Pagoda, the historic Burmese emperor's floating restaurant- Karaweik Hall, the Big Reclining Buddha- Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda, and the iconic Golden Rock in Yangon are all must-see sites for most visitors.
Bagan has the world's most pagodas. It presently has around 2,000 pagodas. It is renowned as the Pagoda Capital. Do you know where to go? Bagan's must-see attractions include Shwezigon Pagoda, Htilominlo Temple, Gubyaukgyi Temple, Myinkaba Village, Thatbyinnyu Temple, and Dhammayangyi Temple.
Inle Lake, Myanmar's largest and most beautiful lake, is located on a plateau in the country's eastern part. There are almost 200 communities scattered around Inle Lake, and these unique dwellings may be viewed. Visitors to the lake may see a variety of aquatic communities surrounded by vegetable fields.
Mandalay is Myanmar's ancient capital and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are numerous Buddhist monuments and historical treasures worth seeing. Sagaing Hill, U-Bein Bridge, Mingun Pahtotawgyi, Mandalay Palace, and Kuthodaw Pagoda are some of Mandalay's most well-known sights.
The best itinerary for a Myanmar tour?
Your journey begins in Yangon - a stunning coastal city with tropical beauty - encircled by water on three sides. After that, you will board a flight to Mandalay - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - which has many ancient structures to view. From there, you'll travel to Bagan, which currently has more than 2,000 pagodas and is renowned as the pagoda capital of the world. Then, you will fly back to Yangon to end your trip after visiting Inle Lake, which has a variety of aquatic settlements surrounded by vegetable fields.
How many days should I spend for a tour to Myanmar
If you have a week or more, you may start in Yangon and experience the gorgeous coastal city with tropical beauty before flying to Heho then moving to Inle Lake, and lastly to Bagan, where you will take a flight back to Yangon for your departure flight home. Furthermore, if you want to see all of Myanmar's must-see locations, such as Yangon, Bagan, Inle Lake, and Mandalay, consider spending 10 – 14 days.