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$2,235

13 days

Visit: Yangon, Shwedagon Pagoda, Bagan, the Irrawaddy River, Mandalay, Ava, Saigaing Hill, local markets, Pindaya Caves, Kalaw hill station, Inle Lake, Hill tribe experience.
Hotel : 4 & 5 Star
All Meals
All transfers and road transport
All flights as specified
All sightseeing as specified
Visa arrival
$1,665

9 days

Visit: Yangon, Shwedagon Pagoda, Bagan, the Irrawaddy River, Mandalay, Ava, Saigaing Hill, local markets, Inle Lake.
Hotel : 4 & 5 Star
All Meals
All transfers and road transport
All flights as specified
All sightseeing as specified
Visa arrival

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Ngapali Beach

Picture perfect Ngapali Beach is one of the most idyllic parts of Burma's coastline. The ideal place for a beach break after visiting the country's cultural and religious sites, Ngapali Beach stretches for three kilometers along the beautiful Bay of Bengal, and offers a wide range of accommodation options.

Inle Lake

Get to know one of Burma's most captivating waterways, Inle Lake, which is teeming with life and activity. Witness the unique style of rowing the local fishermen use, and see floating gardens and stilt houses. Visit the morning markets where various tribal groups gather and trade. Embark on a cruise around this fascinating lake and [...]

Yangon

Yangon retains a historic feel with its many examples of British colonial-era architecture. There are thriving local markets, an emerging art scene and a wonderful array of bars and restaurants to explore. The city is located by the peaceful Yangon River, and is home to the glittering Shwedagon Pagoda, a golden stupa visible from all [...]

Kalaw

Picturesque Kalaw is nestled in scenic mountains, where several of Burma's ethnic minority groups live, including the Paluang, Danu and Pa-O. In some local villages, the local people still wear their traditional costumes. Kalaw retains the laidback atmosphere of the British hill station it once was, and offers a relaxing place to enjoy Burma's enchanting [...]