From its timeworn colonial architecture to its unique cuisine, from impressive temples and pagodas to the best-preserved heritages and magnificent temples, from lush tropical forests to unspoiled beaches, from astonishing beauty of nature to timeless charms of colonial architecture have remained Myanmar as one of the world's best-kept secrets. Check out the list of the country's top destinations and major attractions to personalize a one-in-a-lifetime tailor-made tour to Myanmar.
One of the world’s greatest archeological sites! Thousands of temples are superbly preserved rising from the plain’s canopy of green are temples, dozens of them, hundreds of them, beautiful, other-worldly silhouettes...
Nestled between two mountain ranges that extend more than 20 km from north to south, Inle Lake is one of the most beautiful lake in the world that you can experience the best out on the water.
With a ridge of stupa-capped hills on one side, the Thanlwin River on the other and a centre filled with crumbling colonial-era buildings, churches and mosques, Mawlamyine is a unique combination of landscape, beauty and melancholy.
Pictures of the world’s most beautiful beaches never show the tourist hordes which now crowd their sandy shores.. You will be alone on on untouched beaches, meet Meet the local "Sea Gypsies", see more stars than you've ever seen before, enjoy very delicious seafood and see all the beauty nature has to offer.. All you can find in Mergui if you join in an interesting and relaxing sailing yacht around the Mergui Archipelago...
Mrauk U is a fascinating destination. With so much to see and do, you'll be left pretty breathless from your time here.
A turquoise blue water, white soft sand, 7 km long beach of your dreams. Ngapali Beach is one of our favorite beaches in Asia and it is located in Myanmar!
A crest of green hills studded with white and gold pagodas marks the 'skyline' of Saigang, a religious pilgrimage centre that resembles Bagan with elevation.
The former capital of Myanmar, Captivating Yangon blends Burmese vibrant culture with many British colonial buildings and a culture that’s a mix of Burmese, British, Chinese and Indian.