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Authentic hill tribes with trekking adventure - Chin State Tour - Tour
Authentic hill tribes with trekking adventure - Chin State Tour
$ 1,365
5 Nights 6 Days
01 Jan, 02 Jan, 03 Jan, and more
Authentic hill tribes with trekking adventure - Chin State Tour
$ 1,365
This program  gives us opportunities to admire pristine natural wonders and historical heritages while taking into consideration the human factor by giving due respects to local lifestyle and preservation of their traditional ways of life. Its main theme is sustainability -supporting local communities and development of their livelihoods. The communities welcome both local and international travelers to visit their homeland to showcase their culture, the beautiful and lush nature and picturesque mountainous sceneries. If you are looking for authentic hill tribes experience or you are the one who truly wants to protect the environment from impacts of globalization while promoting sustainable development, there is no better choice than this venture into Chin region. This program is a collaboration with Bagan UNESCO World Heritage Site to explore the highlights of historic pagodas and temples.   read more read less
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Exploring Three Lakes of Myanmar - Tour
Exploring Three Lakes of Myanmar
$ 1,285
8 Nights 9 Days
Available on request
Exploring Three Lakes of Myanmar
$ 1,285
This tour is highlighted on/off the beaten track of Inle which supports communities by creating jobs and benefits for local people. It supports the development of several villages in Samkar Lake Region through enhancement of their cultural and natural heritage. The villages and Samkar Lake have been untouched by tourism development, and you can get there by a beautiful boat trip from bustling Nyaungshwe city. You can combine the trip to include two States, Shan and Kayah, to explore this amazing country. The most remarkable features are the leg-rowing fishermen on Inle Lake, Shan State and exotic Padaung Women with Brass Rings on the necks in Loikaw, Kayah State.   read more read less
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Meet the Different Attractions of Bagan - Tour
Meet the Different Attractions of Bagan
$ 505
1 Night 2 Days
Available on request
Meet the Different Attractions of Bagan
$ 505
Recognised by UNESCO World Heritage for numerous of cultural and historical of ancient city, Bagan, famous for over 2000 ancient monuments and highlights of historic pagodas and monasteries. Due to located in the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River, Bagan is the main reason for long lasting of ancient pagodas.  read more read less
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Track the History of Unique Bagan - Tour
Track the History of Unique Bagan
$ 405
1 Night 2 Days
Available on request
Track the History of Unique Bagan
$ 405
Recognised by UNESCO World Heritage for numerous of cultural and historical of ancient city, Bagan, famous for over 2000 ancient monuments and highlights of historic pagodas and monasteries. Due to located in the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River, Bagan is the main reason for long lasting of ancient pagodas.  read more read less
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Day Tour To Twante - Tour
Day Tour To Twante
$ 93
1 Day
Available on request
Day Tour To Twante
$ 93
It is focus on Community-based tourism. It effectively supports local residents who invite travelers to visit their community with the provision of midnight accommodation. If you are interested in that kind of tourism or you are the one who truly want to support the community from the destination where you visit, there is no better choice than this. This program is learn about Kyaikthale village that is home to the Mingalar Bio Garden, nearly 6-acres plot of fertile land that was turned into an essential hotspot for vegetable production shortly after the Cyclone Nargis disaster in 2008. The main beneficiary of the nutrient rich food grown here is a nearby monastic school, home to over 800 students. The aftermath of the cyclone led to severe food shortage and the residents of the monastic school lived off basic staples such as rice and cooking oil, which of course led to the students being severely malnourished. read more read less
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Day Tour Visit in Yangon - Tour
Day Tour Visit in Yangon
$ 87
1 Day
Available on request
Day Tour Visit in Yangon
$ 87
Walking tour and take Circular Train in Yangon Start: Your hotel in Yangon (downtown) @ 7:30 AM End: Your hotel in Yangon (downtown) @ 4:00 PM Our guide will meet you in the hotel lobby at 7:30 am and drive to Myanmar Post Office from where we start our walking tour (approximately 3 hours). You will have a chance to see the old financial district, dating back to the early 20th century with such buildings with faded grandeur as The High Court (1900), invoking former colonial glory, The Old Telegram Office, The City Hall (1940), The old Jewish Office Building (1906), The old Armenian Balthazar Office Building (1907), a number of old residential buildings (early 1900), The Port authority building, The old Armenian Church, British Embassy (1900),  and the beautiful St Mary’s Cathedral, the third biggest cathedral in Asia, and the magnificent Secretariat Building. On the way, we will pass through The Oldest Hotel of Myanmar located at 1901, Strand Hotel, one of the three chain hotels by Sarkies Brothers. The three-hour walking tour will come to an end at the Secretariat Building.  We then heading to local tea shop and then transfer to Yangon Railway Station for a merry-go-round on a circular train. A ride on Yangon’s Circular Railway offers a fascinating tour around the commercial capital offering a passing insight into all walks of life, including commuters, vendors and beggars. Riding the train provides a glimpse of the daily lives of the city’s residents during a round-trip that passes through satellite towns and suburbs, some very poor, that takes about one hour. At the end of the sightseeing, transfer to your hotel in Yangon Downtown. Evening Street Food Walking Tour Start: Maharbandoola Park @ 5:00 PM End: China Town @ 8:30 PM Our guide will meet you at meeting point around Maharbandoola Park which is a downtown green space presided by the Independence Monument, where we begin our exploration into Yangon's evening street food scene. Winding our way through the side alleys of downtown's historic and ethnically rich neighborhoods including Little India and China Town, we'll drop by some of our favorite stalls and family owned eateries. Introducing you to a fascinating produce market far from the tourist route, we'll finish up at our favorite 19th St BBQ joint where fish and cold beer perfectly compliment the people watching opportunities. Finally, back to your hotel (own arrangement) to enjoy a serene night life in Yangon. Finally, transfer to hotel for enjoy your night at hotel in Yangon.     read more read less
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Myanmar Off the Beaten Track - Tour
Myanmar Off the Beaten Track
$ 2,250
14 Nights 15 Days
Available on request
Myanmar Off the Beaten Track
$ 2,250
Hidden Treasures Myanmar offers you a kaleidoscope of options to witness authentic Myanmar old and new. Begin with the beguiling Yangon with its ancient attractions – not least the 25-centuries old Shwe Dagon Pagoda, mellow colonial facades downtown and newer trends elsewhere. Proceed to Bago, an ancient capital, and Mon State where the Golden Rock graces the trees-clad mountain ranges, balanced precariously on a cliff since the mist of history. Discover Myanmar ways of life and admire skillful handiworks of local craftsmen while immersing in local culture. Lose yourself among the pristine islands and islets of Myeik, get a peek into the local pearl industry while sauntering into the lives of local Moken tribe – a sea-dwelling people. Be amazed by the pearly sands of beaches in Dawei and crystalline Dome waterfall cascading straight into the sea and the legendary King Bayint Naung on the cape of Kawthaung, the southernmost Myanmar city.  read more read less
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Encounter the Marvels - Tour
Encounter the Marvels
$ 1,499
9 Nights 10 Days
Available on request
Encounter the Marvels
$ 1,499
The meandering path from Yangon to Kyaing Tong (Keng Tung) guarantees rollercoaster rides through the highs of ancient Myanmar history, typified by centuries old architectural marvels in Yangon and Bagan and to a much slower-paced rhythms of Myanmar hill tribes as they have lived through generations.  While masterpieces in ancient structures such as monasteries in Salay, central Myanmar, and Nyaung Shwe, Shan State, will take you to back to distant past, you can have a timeout from the ancient timeout with a glass of wine admiring colorful sunsets. Mesmerizing mood of the serene Inle Lake in Nyaung Shwe, located on the Shan Plateau, captivates adventurers. The only leg rowers of the world will entertain you with their quaint antics while the time-honored custom of procession on the royal catamaran of Phaungdawoo will give you a glimpse into the life and customs of Inle dwellers.   There is also something for nature lovers with treks to pristine lakes and well-conserved centuries old trees while passing through charming villages with ethnic minorities untouched by the passage of time.   read more read less
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Adventure with Culture and Nature - Tour
Adventure with Culture and Nature
$ 1,115
7 Nights 8 Days
Available on request
Adventure with Culture and Nature
$ 1,115
This tour will give an amazing experience to those interested in both culture and nature. Start the tour with world famous Shwedagon pagoda which is the national pride of Yangon and Myanmar as a whole. And explore the pleasant May town (Pyin Oo Lwin) which used to serve as a summer capital for the British Colonial Administration to escape from Yangon’s heat. Travel to His-paw for the soft adventure authentic hill trek. Journey by train passing through Gokteik Viaduct which is the second highest railway bridge in the world. Explore the last capital of Myanmar Kingdom – Mandalay which is located in Central Myanmar, to explore its rich cultural heritages, along with traditional arts and crafts. Bagan, the old capital of the first Myanmar Empire, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Myanmar and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  read more read less
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