Myanmar remained socially and economically isolated for decades, but is now open to the travelers of the world. Isolation actually helped to preserve a religion and culture that we can see dramatically fading away in other Indochinese countries. Myanmar is a fascinating travel destination, rich in arts and architecture, religion, and scenic beauty; and warm and kind-hearted people.
Myanmar is a fascinating travel destination for its rich arts and architecture, authentic religion, scenic beauty and warm and kind hearted people.Tourism infrastructures are still under way. Many parts of the country are still off-limits to the travelers for security reasons or geographical remoteness, bad road infrastructure and accommodation issues — or all of the above. People, culture and traditions are still authentic. We don't see much high rise buildings or many signs of modernization in Myanmar. But it is moving toward the democratization, and with increasing foreign investment, new road construction, new airports, new hotels, and such wonderments as ATMs, WiFi, and interesting food.
Travel to Myanmar, where thousands of ancient pagoda and stupa temples rise of out the plains, holy men and commoners dress in sarong like longyi, women and children paint their faces with the paste from the sandalwood root, and authentic floating village life exists in the waters of the lake. Explore Myanmar today to experience another time while it still exists.
- 6 Days 5 Nights from USD 1612* Trip Code: MCT129Yangon-Bagan-Mandalay-Inle Lake. An introductory trip of Myanmar, featuring pagodas, temples, lakes and vibrant markets.View Details