Burma (Myanmar) tailor-made travel
Enchanting Burma (Myanmar) is home to ancient temples, a stunning, undeveloped coastline, a fascinating mix of cultures, compelling architecture and a diverse array of sites. Visit the temple-strewn plains of Bagan, explore the villages and way of life at Inle Lake, or enjoy the markets, restaurants and thriving streets of Yangon.
Burma is welcoming travelers again, and a journey with Travel Indochina provides the opportunity to explore the country responsibly. Learn more about this fascinating country with expert local guides, and tailor your trip to take in the places you wish to see most.
Enjoy encounters with Burma's warm, engaging people, who have been largely cut off from the international community for many years.
Watch the sunset behind the thousands of intricate stupas dotting the Bagan Plains.
Explore the floating villages and gardens of Inle Lake by local riverboat.
Share lunch with the resident nuns at a nunnery on Sagaing Hill, outside Mandalay.
Visit local villages and markets for an insight into the daily lives of the Burmese people.
Discover the Irrawaddy River by boat, a tranquil way to get around.
Wander the colonial hill station of Kalaw, high on the pine-clad hill.
Marvel at the glittering, golden Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the world's most breathtaking religious monuments.
Spend a few days relaxing on the pristine white sands of Ngapali Beach amidst turquoise waters and swaying palm trees.
Surrounded by untouched jungle, join pilgrims making the hike up Mt. Kyaiktiyo to the extraordinary Golden Rock.
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