Myanmar Tours

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Myanmar is one of the most undiscovered countries in the world. For years, it was isolated from the outside world and the locals knew nothing about life outside of Myanmar.

Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, is one of the most magical places in the world with breathtaking scenery and a fascinating history. You can see the temples as Bagan, hiking in Putao, and plenty of other things to do in the mostly Buddhist country. There are more than 100 ethnic groups living in the area which all have their own language and dialects, although English is widely used across the country….. 


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Cycling Tour Myanmar – 11 days/10 nights

Cycling Tour Myanmar - 11Days Life time experience! Destinations: Yangon, Mandalay, Meiktila, Mount Popa, Bagan, Heho, Inle Lake Description: Lying just west of Thailand, Laos, and China is the untouched gem of Southeast Asia, Myanmar. Come join Adventure Asia to...

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Luxury Beach Tour Myanmar – 6 days/5 nights

Luxury Beach Tour Myanmar 6DaysLuxury Beach Tour Myanmar - 6 days/5 nights Destinations: Kawnthaung, Barwell Island, Mid Group, Nyaung Wee Island, Great Swinton Island, Ohway Island, Jar Lann Kyun, Rhino Island, Za Det Nge Island Description: Lying just west of...

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Irrawaddy River Cruise Tour Myanmar-15 Days

Irrawaddy River Cruise Tour Myanmar 15Days Destinations: Yangon, Prome, Thayetmyo Frontier Post, Magwe, Sale, Bagan, Oh Ne Kyaung, Yandabo Village, Mandalay, Mingun, Kyaung-Myoung, Khan-Nyat Village, Taguang, Katha Description:   Join Adventure Asia on this unique...

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Honeymooners’ Tour Myanmar 11Days/10Nights

Honeymooners’ Tour Myanmar-11 Days     Destinations: Yangon, Heho, Inle Lake, Indein, Mandalay, Mingun, Sagaing, Yandabo Village, Bagan Description: Leave the wedding dress at home, pack your suitcase, and join us for a uniquely romantic and luxurious honeymoon in...

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The Republic of the Union of Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) is a country in Southeast Asia, bordered by Bangladesh, China, India, Laos, and Thailand. The history and culture of the country can be traced back thousands of years to when various kingdoms and empires ruled the land. After occupation by the British and the Japanese, Myanmar finally gained independence in 1948.


A – Z Activities

No trip to Myanmar is complete without a visit to a Burmese dance show. There are several different styles of Burmese dance and each are unique in their own ways. Discover which style is your favorite and gaze in awe at the talented dancers and their amazing costumes.


History & Culture

Myanmar is a predominantly Theravada Buddhist country with the rest of the population practicing Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, and various ethnic religions often influenced by the Chinese. It should be noted that Christian and Muslim minorities are subject to discrimination, despite the promise of religious freedom in the country.


Travel Resources

The dry season in Myanmar is considered to be the best time to travel to the country as the weather will be most cooperative and the temperatures tend to be a bit cooler than they are during the rainy season. Dry (high) season generally lasts from December through February.


Top Attractions

The archaeological site of Bagan is the most popular tourist destination in Myanmar. The city itself is located on the banks of the Irrawaddy River and the countryside around Bagan is full of approximately 3,000 ancient Buddhist temples and pagodas that date back thousands and thousands of years.


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