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About Myanmar Tours

Myanmar is a fascinating country with a rich cultural heritage and beautiful natural scenery, making it a popular destination for tourists. There are a variety of tours available to explore the country and its attractions.

One of the most popular tours in Myanmar is a visit to the ancient city of Bagan, which boasts thousands of temples and pagodas dating back to the 11th and 12th centuries. A tour of Bagan typically includes visits to some of the most impressive temples, such as Ananda Temple and Shwezigon Pagoda, as well as an opportunity to witness the stunning sunrise and sunset over the temples.

Myanmar offers a wealth of attractions and experiences for tourists, and with the help of a knowledgeable tour guide, visitors can explore the country’s history, culture, and natural beauty in depth.

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Myanmar Classic Tour

The Heart Of Myanmar Tour

Ancient City Myanmar Tour

Myanmar Pilgrimage Tour

Myanmar Classic Tour

The Heart Of Myanmar Tour

Ancient City Myanmar Tour

Myanmar Pilgrimage Tour

Best Place To Visit In Myanmar

Explore the beaauty of Inle Lake

Inle Lake is a stunning freshwater lake located in the Shan Hills of Myanmar. It is one of the top tourist destinations in the country due to its unique natural beauty and the traditional lifestyle of the Intha people who live on and around the lake.

Visitors to Inle Lake can take a boat tour to explore the lake and its surroundings. The boat ride will take you through the floating gardens, where the Intha people grow vegetables and flowers on floating beds of water hyacinths. You will see fishermen using their traditional one-legged rowing technique to catch fish, and you can even try it out yourself.


Overall, the best time to visit Myanmar is from October to February which is the cool and dry season of Myanmar. There are 3 separate seasons in Myanmar, including: Cool & Dry season, Hot & Dry season and Rainy Season.

Cool & Dry season

This season lasts from October to February. The temperature is pretty cool around 15-26 Celsius degrees. Occasional rains begin in October. This is the best time to travel to Myanmar as the weather is pleasant for all activities.

Hot season

This season begins in March and ends in May. It can get really hot in Myanmar in summer. The temperature is around 27-31 Celsius degrees. Rain might occur at the end of April and beginning of May. 

Within the country

Air travel is a convenient way to get around Myanmar. Daily flights among popular destinations such as Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, Heho, Nyaung U and Thandwe are available. Myanmar National Airlines covers most of the destinations in Myanmar.

Long-distance buses and trains are also common. There are a variety of buses including luxury air-conditioned express ones to local buses without air-condition. However, buses are likely to be faster and cheaper than trains.

Within the city

Public city buses, local buses called ka, motorbike taxis, taxis, bicycle rickshaws and trishaws (or saiq-ka) are popular ways of moving around major cities in Myanmar. Others are horse carts (myint hlei), ox carts and little three-wheelers. Hiring a car is also an option although it’s not that cheap to drive on your own. 

You must grant permissions from the government and authority in order to drive in Myanmar. As this might get complicated, you can also hire a private driver that accompanies you the whole trip. 


Formerly known as Rangoon, Yangon used to be Myanmar’s capital in the past. Now, it is the country’s center of commerce. As the largest city of Myanmar, Yangon has a population of 7 million people. 

Although many tourists don’t think of visiting Yangon while coming to Myanmar, this city often surprises the unexpected visitors and wow them with its interesting attractions. You can check out Shwedagon Pagoda. With an impressive height of 99 meters, this might be the most breathtakingly pagoda you’ve ever seen. 

Together with the stunning golden statues and building structure, Shwedagon Pagoda has a calming and spiritual beauty with Buddhists.


Bagan is a must-visit destination in Myanmar. Your adventure to Bagan will be a trip of a lifetime. The city is filled with 2,200 pagodas and temples – an impressive number that amazes many travellers. 

You can enjoy sunset at Lowka Oushang or North Guni temple to truly immerse in the beauty of Bagan. Some of popular temples include Shwezigon Pagoda, Bupayathein and Ananda. 

Bagan also offers hot air balloon service from October to April. 


This destination is definitely for nature lovers. There are a lot of trekking tours in Kalaw such as trekking from Bagan to Inle Lake. This experience is a must-try for visitors of Kalaw so please don’t miss it. If you are not into tiring activities, you can opt for a shorter hike. 

At a height of 1320 meters, Kalaw is a cool escape from the hot weather in Myanmar. The climate alone is an attraction of this lovely town. 


Founded at the foot of Mandalay Hill by King Mindon as his royal capital, Mandalay is studded with pagodas. Bombed in WWII, this place almost disappeared. In the 1990s, the city was rebuilt and then underwent a massive change that brought modernization to this city. Today, there are so many motorbikes and cars honking on the streets.
Mandalay is also home to many markets, monasteries, Indian temples, mosques, gold workshops and a bustling riverside. 

Tea leaf salad

Tea leaf salad is the most popular Myanmar dish. It includes sour, slightly bitter leaves mixed with shredded cabbage, sliced tomatoes, nuts and peas. It can be served as an appetizer or a snack. Tea leaf salad also comes with a plate of rice.

Shan-style rice

This signature Myanmar food is often known as fish rice. Rice is cooked with turmeric and topped with freshwater fish and garlic oil. Served with leek roots, raw garlic and deep-fried pork rinds, this dish is a flavorsome snack. 


Myanmar curry is a mouth-watering food served with fish, pork, shrimp, beef or mutton at your choice. The dish includes rice, a tart salad, some vegetables, a small bowl of soup and a large serving of fresh vegetables and herbs. 

Tea shop meal

When you visit Myanmar, absolutely don’t miss tea shops. Tea shops are where you can get a cup of milky tea and some signature Myanmar food. Baked sweets, meaty steamed buns and dim sum are popular dishes that are recommended. You can also try deep-fried savory snacks, deep-fried bread with potato curry or baked breads. 

Sweet snacks 

Although it is called sweet snacks, it is not packed with sugar. The sweetness comes from the ingredients such as coconut milk, grated coconut, rice flour, sticky rice, fruit and tapioca.

Deep-fried stuff

Fried foods are popular snacks in Myanmar that at some point you will have to try at least one. Deep-fried stuff can be found on the street or in tea shops. Some dishes you can try include deep-fried samosas, spring rolls, savory fritters, sweets, breads, noodles topped with deep-fried crispy garnishes.

Yes, most travelers need a visa to enter Myanmar. You can apply for a visa online or through the nearest embassy or consulate.

Myanmar has many beautiful and culturally significant destinations, such as the ancient city of Bagan, the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, the Inle Lake, and the Golden Rock.

The official language of Myanmar is Burmese, but English is also widely spoken in tourist areas.

The currency used in Myanmar is the Myanmar kyat (MMK).

  1. Rich Culture and Heritage: Myanmar has a rich and diverse culture, with a mix of ethnic groups and religious traditions. Visitors can explore ancient temples and pagodas, learn about the country’s history and traditions, and experience the warm hospitality of the local people.
  2. Natural Beauty: Myanmar is known for its stunning natural beauty, from the pristine beaches of Ngapali and the Myeik Archipelago to the lush forests and mountains of the Shan Plateau and the Himalayan foothills. Visitors can enjoy hiking, trekking, and other outdoor activities while taking in the breathtaking scenery.
  3. Delicious Cuisine: Myanmar’s cuisine is a delicious blend of Indian, Chinese, and Thai influences, with a unique flavor all its own. Visitors can sample traditional dishes such as mohinga (a fish-based soup), laphet thoke (a salad made with fermented tea leaves), and various curries and stir-fried dishes.
  4. Authentic Travel Experience: Myanmar is still relatively undiscovered by tourists, which means that visitors can experience a more authentic and unspoiled side of Southeast Asia. From small villages to bustling markets, Myanmar offers a glimpse into a way of life that is rapidly disappearing in other parts of the world.
  5. Temples and Pagodas: Myanmar is home to thousands of ancient temples and pagodas, including the famous Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon and the temples of Bagan, which is one of the world’s greatest archaeological sites. Visitors can explore these awe-inspiring structures and learn about the country’s rich religious heritage.
  6. Traditional Festivals and Celebrations: Myanmar is known for its colorful festivals and celebrations, such as the Thingyan Water Festival, which marks the start of the Buddhist New Year, and the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival, which is held on Inle Lake. These events offer a unique opportunity to experience the country’s rich cultural traditions and customs.

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Myanmar is a country with a long Buddhist tradition. You pay attention to choosing modest clothes when visiting temples to show respect for the local culture.

The weather in Myanmar is warm in the morning and cold in the evening, so bring clothes with thin material that are easy to absorb sweat and prepare a scarf or warm coat in advance.

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About Yangon

  • Shwedagon Pagoda

Shwedagon Pagoda is located in Yangon, the capital of Myanmar. Shwedagon Pagoda was built by King Anawrahta in the 11th century. Shwedagon Pagoda is more than 2500 years old and is a famous place for both locals and international tourists.

This temple is hiding four religious treasures: a piece of Buddha’s robe, the staff of Buddha Gou Luu Ton, the hair of Buddha Shakyamuni, and the water filter of Buddha Gou Na Ham.

You will see the massive and splendid architecture studded with 90 tons of gold and thousands of colorful diamonds and gems inside this sacred site. At the highest point of the pagoda tower is a stone lotus bud studded with a 76-carat diamond.

Open: 5:00 a.m – 21:00 p.m.

  • Inle Lake

Inle Lake is the second-largest freshwater lake in Myanmar, located in Shan State at an altitude of 900 meters above sea level and covered by the harmonious beauty of the Shan Mountains.

To be able to fully explore the beauty of this lake, you should rent a boat around the lake, and you will visit many scenes here. The time here starts from 9 a.m until the evening and costs only about 7.1 USD per boat. Each boat can carry up to five people and has two umbrellas for rain and sun protection.

Visitors will be attracted by a series of vibrant floating markets, weaving villages of “long neck” artisans, hydroponic orchards, cat houses, and many splendid pagodas, etc.

  • Ancient capital Bagan

Bagan (formerly known as Pagan) is an ancient city in Myanmar, once the capital of the Pagan dynasty (existing from the 9th to the 13th centuries). It is estimated that Bagan used to have up to 2,500 Buddhist temples, shrines, towers, and monasteries, and about 2,000 temples are still preserved, showing that this was once a major Buddhist center comparable to Angkor Wat in Cambodia.

Bagan has always been an attractive destination, thanks to its mysterious yet rustic beauty, harmony between nature and architecture, and the two most beautiful moments of the day, sunrise and sunset. The interesting point when you come to the ancient capital is that you can rent a bicycle or a horse-drawn carriage to visit and admire all the beautiful scenes of this place.

  • Ngapali Beach

Ngapali is located in the Bay of Bengal, 45 minutes by plane from Yangon. With a long stretch of white sand, blue water, and romantic coconut groves, Ngapali is quickly considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, attracting many tourists.

In addition to swimming activities, visiting small fishing villages and local markets, exploring the countryside by bicycle, and sailing to amazing islands, you can also enjoy fresh seafood. Hotels here are also cheap and cost-effective.

  • Mingun Village

Mingun Ancient Village is one of the ancient villages on the outskirts of the ancient capital of Mandalay. The village is located on the upper reaches of the Irrawaddy River, 11 kilometers north of Mandalay city. 

Mingun Village is a tourist destination in Myanmar that is famous for both locals and international tourists. The village is located on the banks of the Ayeyarwady River with extremely beautiful natural scenery, and you will have the opportunity to experience the slow and peaceful daily life activities of the people here.

When coming to Mingun Village, you will be able to visit other famous places such as the ruins of Mingun Temple, the world’s largest bell weighing up to 90 tons, Hsinbyume Temple, etc.

  • Taung Kalat Monastery

Taung Kalat Monastery in Myanmar is located on the top of Mount Popa, a volcano 1518 meters above sea level. According to the concept of the Myanmar people, this is the residence of the supreme gods. Therefore, Taung Kalat is also likened to Mount Olympus in Myanmar. Perhaps that is why the monastery has a beauty that is both sacred, magical, and pure.

To get here, visitors have to climb a total of 777 steps. When overcoming this challenge, visitors will have the opportunity to admire the entire vast landscape from the top of the mountain.

Coming to Taung Kalat Monastery, you can not only admire the unique historical architecture of Myanmar but also watch the clouds floating around the temple, more especially when you explore the place of worship 37 the god Nat with tragic stories on the way to becoming a god.

Open: 7:30 a.m – 17:00 p.m.

  • Rangoon Tea House

Rangoon Tea House, with its time-colored decorations and simple layout, has impressed diners from the very beginning. Rangoon Tea House is a place that is loved by many people for authentic Myanmar dishes with a bit of modernity, such as fish noodles mohinga, Myanmar’s national dish; chicken biryani; green tea salad; Shan rice; and assorted traditional tea.

Address: Ground Floor, 77-79 Pansodan Street, Lower Middle Block, Yangon city, Myanmar.

  • 999 Shan Noodle Shop

999 Shan Noodle Shop is one of the most searched restaurants in Myanmar. 999 Shan Noodle Shop has served food inspired by the Shan region of Myanmar since 1978.

Come here for a rich broth served with cooked noodles. Specialties include vermicelli with steamed pork ribs, whose inside is so tender that it falls off the bone. Vegetarians can enjoy eating noodles with fried tofu. In addition, at 999 Shan Noodle Shop, they also serve other dishes such as fried vegetables, fried fish, cakes, and Shan-style rice.

Address: 130 B, 34th Street, Kyauktada Town, Yangon City, Myanmar

  • Feel myanmar food

Feel Myanmar Food is a very popular dining place among Yangon people with traditional Myanmar dishes such as tea salad, shan rice, shan noodles, curry, etc. With a spacious and airy space, Feel Myanmar Food is very suitable for small groups or families.

Feel Myanmar Food is a large chain around Myanmar that offers familiar Myanmar street food in a more relaxed restaurant atmosphere. The menu at each Feel location includes a large variety of ethnic Myanmar dishes as well as flavors from other countries such as Thailand, Korea, etc.

Address: 124 Pyi Htaung Su Yeik thar Street, Yangon City, Myanmar.

  • Shwe Sa Bwe restaurant

Shwe Sa Bwe Restaurant is a restaurant located on the north bank of Inya Lake that specializes in serving diners traditional Myanmar dishes. Besides, this restaurant also combines a few dishes from French cuisine, which will definitely make you delicious

In addition, Shwe Sa Bwe is also a training center for young people across Myanmar in cooking European and Asian dishes. The restaurant closes every year in July and August, when a new class of students begins their training.

Address: 20 Malikha Road Mayangone, Yangon City, Myanmar

  • Mandalay Restaurant at Governor’s Residence, A Belmond Hotel

The Mandalay at Governor’s Residence, a Belmond Hotel restaurant, is located in the classic building of the Belmond Hotel by the pool. Mandalay restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating serves Asian and European dishes and unique Myanmar traditional dishes such as curry, Myanmar smoked catfish, grilled sea shrimp with bitter melon, mango parfait with passion fruit, etc.

Address: 35 Taw Win Road, Dagon Township, Yangon City, Myanmar

  • Pansuriya

Pansuriya is a melting pot of highly regarded art. Here you will find creative food, art from Myanmar, and lots of old photos. Pansuriya serves traditional Myanmar dishes and vegetarian dishes.

Pansuriya organizes cultural and artistic events: book launches, poetry readings, photography and painting exhibitions, documentary screenings, story nights, public talks, and intimate concerts. All events are free, so come get creative in Yangon.

Address: 100 Bogalay zay street, Botahtaung township, Yangon City, Myanmar

  • Gekko           

Gekko is a Japanese restaurant located right in the middle of Yangon. Gekko offers fresh and authentic Japanese dishes, including delicious sushi and yakitori. Almost anyone in Yangon knows Gekko Restaurant as a great place to eat. In addition to sushi, Gekko also serves other unique Japanese dishes such as grilled meat, rice, udon noodles, fried dishes, cocktails, etc.

Address: 535 Merchant Road Kyauktada Township, Yangon city, Myanmar

  • Sule Shangri-La Yangon: A luxury hotel located in the heart of the city, offering spacious rooms, a fitness center, outdoor pool, and multiple dining options.
  • Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon: Another luxury hotel with beautiful lake views, offering a spa, fitness center, and multiple dining options.
  • Rose Garden Hotel: A mid-range hotel located in the city center, offering comfortable rooms, a rooftop pool, and a fitness center.
  • Shwe Yee Pwint Hotel: A budget-friendly option located in the downtown area, offering clean and comfortable rooms at an affordable price.
  • Merchant Art Hotel: A boutique hotel located in the historic district of Yangon, offering unique and stylish rooms, a rooftop bar, and a restaurant.
  • Savoy Hotel: A colonial-style hotel located in a quiet residential area, offering spacious rooms, a beautiful garden, and a pool.
  • 19th Street: A popular street in Chinatown that comes alive at night with numerous bars and restaurants serving local food and drinks.
  • The Blind Tiger: A speakeasy-style bar located in the downtown area, offering a cozy and intimate atmosphere, live music, and a wide selection of cocktails.
  • The Penthouse: A rooftop bar with stunning views of the city skyline, offering a sophisticated atmosphere and a range of cocktails, wines, and spirits.
  • Gekko: A Japanese-style bar and restaurant with a chic and trendy vibe, offering a variety of Japanese-inspired cocktails and dishes.
  • The Yangon Excelsior: A stylish hotel with a bar and restaurant, offering a range of cocktails, wines, and tapas-style dishes.
  • Bagan Bar: A popular spot for expats and locals alike, offering live music, a wide range of drinks, and a laid-back atmosphere.

The Shwedagon Pagoda is a magnificent Buddhist temple located in Yangon, Myanmar. It is considered one of the most important religious sites in Myanmar and is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.

The pagoda is believed to have been first built over 2,500 years ago and has been rebuilt and renovated several times throughout its history. The current structure is over 100 meters tall and is covered in over 60 tons of gold leaf, with a diamond-encrusted spire at the top.

Visitors to the Shwedagon Pagoda can explore the temple complex, which includes several smaller temples, shrines, and statues. They can also observe the daily rituals of the local worshippers, who come to the pagoda to pray, make offerings, and light candles and incense.

About Madalay

  • Rupar Mandalar Resort – a luxury resort located outside of the city center, offering spacious rooms, a beautiful pool, and a tranquil garden.
  • Mercure Mandalay Hill Resort – a mid-range hotel located near Mandalay Hill, offering comfortable rooms, a pool, and a fitness center.
  • Hotel Yadanarbon Mandalay – a budget-friendly option located in the city center, offering clean and comfortable rooms at an affordable price.
  • Hilton Mandalay – a luxury hotel located in the city center, offering spacious rooms, a beautiful pool, and multiple dining options.
  • Mandalay Hill Resort – a mid-range hotel located at the foot of Mandalay Hill, offering comfortable rooms, a pool, and a fitness center.
  • Bagan King Hotel Mandalay – a modern hotel located in the city center, offering stylish rooms and a rooftop pool.
  • Mandalay Hill: A must-visit attraction in Mandalay, offering stunning views of the city from the top. Visitors can climb the hill or take a taxi to the top and explore the various pagodas and temples along the way.
  • Royal Palace: The former residence of the Burmese royal family, and now serves as a museum with exhibits on Burmese history and culture.
  • Kuthodaw Pagoda: A UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the world’s largest book, a collection of Buddhist scriptures inscribed on over 700 marble slabs.
  • Mahamuni Pagoda: One of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Myanmar, housing a revered Buddha statue covered in gold leaf.
  • U Bein Bridge: Located just outside of Mandalay, this is the longest teakwood bridge in the world, spanning over 1.2 kilometers across Taungthaman Lake.
  • Mandalay Marionettes Theater: A unique and entertaining cultural experience, showcasing traditional Burmese puppetry and music.
  • Mingalabar Restaurant: Is known for its authentic Myanmar cuisine, which is made using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant has a cozy ambiance and offers a range of delicious dishes such as Myanmar curry, Shan noodles, and tea leaf salad.
  • Spice Garden: This restaurant serves Indian cuisine and is known for its flavorful curries, tandoori dishes, and biryanis. The restaurant is located in the heart of Mandalay and has a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
  • Nylon Icecream Bar: A popular spot for dessert lovers in Mandalay. The ice cream here is made using fresh ingredients and comes in a variety of flavors such as coconut, chocolate, and mango.
  • Unique Myanmar Restaurant: As the name suggests, this restaurant serves traditional Myanmar food with a unique twist. The restaurant is known for its creative dishes such as crispy fried catfish and pumpkin curry.
  • Green Elephant Restaurant: A vegetarian restaurant that serves a range of dishes made using fresh vegetables and fruits. The restaurant has a peaceful ambiance and is a great place to enjoy a healthy meal.
  • Sky Bar: Located on the rooftop of Hotel Hazel, Sky Bar offers stunning views of Mandalay’s skyline. The bar serves cocktails, beer, and wine, and is a popular spot for both locals and tourists.
  • The Gypsy – A lively bar located in the heart of Mandalay. The Gypsy has a great atmosphere and offers a range of drinks, including local beers and cocktails.
  • Club 78: One of the top nightclubs in Mandalay, with a large dancefloor and a range of music genres, including EDM, hip-hop, and pop. The club is popular with locals and tourists alike and is open until late.
  • Bistro@82: A cozy bar and restaurant that serves a range of international cuisine and drinks. The bar has a relaxed atmosphere and is a great place to unwind after a long day of sightseeing.
  • Ma Ma Guesthouse Bar: A laid-back bar located in a guesthouse in Mandalay. The bar serves a range of drinks, including local beers and cocktails, and is a great place to meet other travelers.

Mandalay Hill is a prominent hill located in the center of Mandalay, Myanmar. It is a popular tourist destination due to its panoramic views of the city and surrounding countryside, as well as its historical and cultural significance.

Visitors can climb to the top of Mandalay Hill using stairs or a scenic elevator ride, both of which offer stunning views of the surrounding area. Along the way, visitors can stop at various pagodas, shrines, and other religious sites.

At the summit of Mandalay Hill, visitors will find the Sutaungpyei Pagoda, which is topped by a golden stupa and offers 360-degree views of Mandalay and the Irrawaddy River. The pagoda is also home to several Buddha images and other religious relics.

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