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A Classic Journey of Myanmar and Bhutan

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Taktsang Monastery Jean Pilon
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15 days 14 nights


Category Myanmar Classic Tours

  • Group Size 3-16 Persons
  • Difficulty Level 2
  • Trip Starts From Yangon, Myanmar
  • Trip Ends At Paro, Bhutan
  • Type Tours
  • Destination Bangkok Thimphu Punakha Paro Yangon Bagan Mandalay Pindaya Inle Lake
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Join us on an epic journey of two Buddhist lands of Asia, Myanmar, and Bhutan. Myanmar practices Theravada, which is an ancient Buddhist school with the foundation in Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path. Bhutan practices Mahayana Buddhism. It introduces the demi-gods, Bodhisattvas, who are already qualified for nirvana but would return to the earth, again and again, seeking complete enlightenment for the benefit of all sentient beings.

In Myanmar, we will visit a vast array of golden temples, floating markets, traditional arts and craft shops, and local markets. In Bhutan, we will visit the impressive Dzong fortresses that have unique Bhutanese style of architecture, hike the sacred ridge-top monasteries, and explore the local villages. We will also visit the local arts and craft workshops and attend the weekend market and festivals if they are open.

The tour begins in Yangon, Myanmar. You may make your travel arrangements to arrive in Yangon, or we can assist in booking your international airfare. On completion of your tour in Paro, Bhutan, you can fly back to Bangkok, Kathmandu, or Delhi for your return flight home.

Land Cost (Minimum group size 3):

  • US$ 3690 per person.
  • US$ 898 Private Room Supplement.

Plus Estimated internal airfare:

  • US$ 800 per person (Bangkok-Paro-Bangkok).
  • US$ 225 per person (Bangkok-Yangon).


  • If the group size falls below to 3 persons, the tour will still go, but with added $250 per person supplement.
  • No added International return airfare.

Trip Dates 2019-20

  • 2 Nov 2019 (Trip times with Shwezigon Pagoda Festival in Bagan, Myanmar).
  • 2 Dec 2019.
  • 6 Jan 2020.
  • 3 Feb 2020.
  • 2 Mar 2020 (Times with Punakha Tsechu festival).
  • 1 Apr 2020 (Times with Paro Tsechu Festival).

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01~Arrive in Bangkok

Arrive in Bangkok on your own. Take a shuttle van to the hotel. 

Overnight: Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel
Day 02~Flight to Paro, Bhutan

Our flight from Bangkok to Paro, Bhutan, is usually in the morning (6:50 a.m.). Please, take the hotel shuttle van. 

We will pre-process the Bhutan visa, and we will provide you the Visa Letter that you need to present during flight check-in time. Your passport will get the actual visa sticker upon arrival in Paro. After clearing immigration and customs, follow the exit sign to meet your guide and driver outside. Then we’ll drive to Thimphu, about a scenic hour away. After lunch at the hotel, we’ll have a walking tour of Thimphu town, the only capital in the world without any traffic lights. 

You will visit the memorial chorten (shrine) of the 3rd King of Bhutan Jigme Dorje Wangchuk and perhaps the Trassichoe Dzong- the capital and the seat of Chief Abbot of Bhutan.

Overnight: Khang Residency
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 03~ Thimphu: Sightseeing and hiking

Today we truly begin our tour of the Himalayan capital. If it’s the weekend, we can visit the colorful weekend market. Farmers from the villages come here to sell their fresh produce. You will also get dried fish, herbs, yak butter, fermented cheese, and arts and crafts as fabrics and wooden bowls. Usually, archery matches will be underway in the neighboring grounds, and we won’t want to miss that. Archery is the national sport of Bhutan and is played by the Bhutanese men with pride and glory.

Then to the Jungshi Handmade Paper Factory to see the traditional paper making methods; and the Gagyel Lhundrup Weaving Center, which produces traditional hand-woven textiles and has a selection of cloth and ready-made garments for sale. During the weekdays, we can visit the National Institute for Zorig Chusum. This institute provides a six-year course on Bhutan's 13 traditional arts and crafts of painting, wood carving, embroidery, and statue making.

Other attractions of Thimphu are the Folk Heritage Museum, a three-storied rammed mud and timber building, which is a replica of a century-old traditional farmhouse. The National Institute of Traditional Medicine, which prepares and dispenses traditional herbal and other medicines; The Zilukha Nunnery in Drubthob Goemba, a residence of 40-65 nuns. The National Memorial Chorten, a memorial to the third king of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuk; The National Library, which houses an extensive collection of Bhutan's traditional books and manuscripts. The Textile Museum, where you can learn a bit more about Bhutan's living and national art of weaving. And The Motithang Takin Preserve, where Takin, the national animals, are kept. Depending on your interest and available time, we can visit all or some of those sites.

For hiking enthusiasts, Thimphu has several short hiking destinations. The one we would like to recommend is a hike to Tango Goemba Monastery, which is an easy hike of about 45 minutes or an hour. The Monastery functions as the college for some 280 monks and is the residence of Gyalse Rinpoche, an important reincarnated Lama. At the monastery, you will have a hot cup of tea with the monks, a chance to learn about their monastic life, and the Buddhist religion. We can teach them some English, and maybe even learn some Bhutanese phrases. On the way back, we can stop to visit the impressive Trasichoe Dzong. It is the fortress of the Glorious Religion and is the administrative and religious center of Bhutan. The fortress houses the Royal Throne and Bhutan's National Assembly. We will only have access to the religious section. This is also the venue for Thimphu's Tsechu festivals in September or October.

Overnight: Khang Residency
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 04~Travel to Punakha

This morning it is off to Punakha, the former winter capital of Bhutan. We will drive through some picturesque villages and terraced fields. Later, the road winds up through the pine forests and passes by chortens (stupas) and prayer flags before heading up to the Dochula Pass at 10,000 feet. The pass offers panoramic views of snowcapped mountains and valleys on a clear weather day. For another two hours, the road slowly drops into the subtropical lowlands of Punakha and Wangdue.

We’ll settle into the resort. After lunch, we take a gentle, 25-minute hike through paddy fields and the villages to Chimi Lakhang Temple, also known as the Fertility Temple. Or visit the Nalanda Buddhist College, locally known as Dalayna.


Overnight: Drubchu Resort
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 05~Drive back to Paro

After breakfast, we can start the day with a pleasant hike to the Khamsum Yulley Namgyel Chorten, which is about 30 or 45 minutes from the road, atop a beautiful hillock overlooking the valley. Queen Mother built this chorten and dedicated to the well-being of the kingdom and the benefit of all sentient beings. For the return trip, we can descend a different way to the Punakha Dzong Fortress, which is among the most impressive fort architectures of Bhutan. After lunch, check out of the hotel and retrace the drive to Paro via Dhochula pass and Thimphu.


Overnight: Khangkhu Resort
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 06~Paro: Hike the Taktsang Monastery

This morning is our hike to the legendary Taktsang Monastery- the legendary Tiger's Nest. Taktsang Monastery is precariously perched on the edge of a 4,000-foot cliff above the valley floor. It creates an impressive sight and is the unofficial symbol of Bhutan. A steep, 90-minute uphill hike brings us to a cafeteria located on a ridge across from the monastery. It provides us the first welcome view of the monastery and an opportunity to take a rest and purchase refreshments and snacks. You may take a pony ride up to this point, with prior arrangement. But the rest of the 45-minute hike to the monastery, and a return trip back down, you will be on our own.

Depending on your interest, there is an opportunity for another adventure. You can take a hike to off the beaten track further up to the Zangtopelri temple (Paradise Monastery) on the hilltop above the Tiger's Nest. It is a steep, one-hour hike from the Taktsang Monastery. To go back down, we would follow a different path through the pristine, thick forest of oaks, rhododendrons, and Spanish moss, before rejoining the main trail near the Taktsang Cafeteria.

At the trailhead, we’ll meet our transport and continue on the tour of the day. We will stop at the ancient Kyichu Temple, which is one of the 108 temples. It is believed that Tibetan King Songtsen Gambo had miraculously built this temple over a single night to subdue the demoness!

We can also stop at a typical Bhutanese farmhouse. Bhutanese Farm Houses are colorful, attractive, and built-in a traditional architectural style without the use of any nails. All houses follow more or less the same architectural plan. The houses are picturesque, and the locals are friendly and hospitable. You will have the opportunity to go into the house and meet the family and learn about their lives in Bhutan.

Tonight you may experience Bhutan's traditional Hot Stone Bath (Cost approximately $25 per person and booking is required). This Hot Stone Bath is believed to cure skin ailments, joint pains, hypertension, stomach disorder, arthritis, and many other minor diseases.


Overnight: Khangkhu Resort
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 07~Flight back to Bangkok.

Transfer to the airport for the flight back to Bangkok or to your next destination. In Bangkok, take the shuttle van to the hotel.

Overnight: Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel
Meals : Breakfast
Day 08~Flight to Yangon, Myanmar

Take the shuttle van to the airport in time for a flight to Yangon.

Upon arrival in Yangon, meet your local guide and driver and transfer to the hotel in the city. After wash up and change, proceed for sightseeing.

Yangon, also known as Rangoon, is situated at the fertile delta of the Yangon River in Southern Myanmar. The city is full of tree-shaded boulevards, and gleaming stupas that rise above the treetops. The capital was moved from Mandalay to Yangon in 1885 by the British.

First, we visit the shimmering octagonal Sule Pagoda that stands in the heart of the city. The pagoda is believed to be 2,000 years old and is said to contain a hair of Buddha.

Next, we will want to visit the National Museum. It is a repository of the ancient Burmese heritage of civilizations. Attractions include the 8-meter-high Sihasana Lion Throne, used by the last Burmese king, and many other fascinating artifacts from Burmese history. Enjoy a break at the Bogyoke (Scott Market), a vibrant covered market selling crafts, jewelry, vegetables, food, fabrics, and more. The market is vibrant but closed on Mondays and public holidays.

In the afternoon, we will visit more of the pagodas, including Botataung Pagoda, which commemorates the 1,000 military leaders who brought the relics of Buddha to Myanmar 2,000 years ago. Ngadatkyipaya, with a giant, seated Buddha image, is also compelling. The final stop of the day will be at Shwedagon Pagoda, which attracts more travelers than any other attraction in Myanmar. This is 2,500-year-old pagoda towering over the city. It houses eight sacred hair relics of the Buddha; it is the most revered shrine in the country. The Shwedagon and surrounding shrines are most beautiful during the sunset hour, as the golden stupa reflects the changing colors of twilight.

Overnight: Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon
Meals : Breakfast
Day 09~Flight to Bagan

First thing this morning, we will head for the airport for our 80-minute flight to Bagan. It is on a spectacular plain stretching away from the Ayeyarwaddy River, dotted with thousands of 800-year-old temple ruins that are among the most astounding archeological wonders in the world. At the Nyaung U airport, our local guide and driver will meet us, with all arrangements made.

After settling into our Bagan hotel, we can set out to explore the land of four million pagodas. Highlights of the day include a visit to Nyaing Oo Local Market. You can take a stroll along with the market stalls offering a variety of fresh farm produce and a range of unique local items and souvenirs to take home. In the early 11th century, King Anawrahta built Schwezigon Pagoda as the first Buddhist monument built in Myanmar style. The Ananda Patho (Temple) has four large Buddha Images in standing position with reliefs depicting the Buddha from his birth to his Enlightenment. It is adjacent to the brick monastery, and you can see the well-preserved murals from the early Bagan era. The Thatbyinnyu Temple is the highest white stucco building in Bagan. We’ll want to drive back to the hotel to avoid the intense noon heat.

Later this afternoon, we'll set out again to see some spectacular and essential sites. The sites include the Manuha Temple built by the exiled King Manuha of Thaton, dating back to 1059 in the Mon Style. And Nanapaya Temple, which is believed to stand at the site where King Manuha has his palace. We will also hope to stop at the Lacquerware Workshop. Here we will learn about the thorough process of lacquerware making and decoration. Toward the end of the day, we can climb on the ideally situated Pyathetgyi Pagoda for its spectacular sunset view over the mountain ranges in the distance.


Overnight: Aureum Palace Hotel
Meals : Breakfast
Day 10~Bagan: Excursion to Mount Popa

Excursion to Mount Popa (3 hours)
Visit Mount Popa, a cylindrical hill that rises sharply from the surrounding plain, and is considered to be the home of Myanmar's most important nats (spirits). Ascend the mountain via a winding covered staircase watched by the curious monkeys that populate the area. At the top is a monastery and temple complex with shrines to the 37 nats, along with spectacular views.

Visit a palm village (2 km)
Stop at a typical village, where villages demonstrate how they press palm juice and oils from the native plants, make jaggery from the sugars, and weave baskets from the palm leaves.

Overnight: Aureum Palace Hotel
Meals : Breakfast
Day 11~Flight to Mandalay

This morning, we have a brief, 30-minute flight to Mandalay. The last capital town of royal Burma, Mandalay, is still among the major cities of Myanmar and a cultural and spiritual center.

After we check into the hotel, we will set out to explore the area. First stop: Mahamuni Paya with an image covered with six inches of gold leaf. The image is among the most adored ones in Myanmar. Pious Burmese people swarm to the temple daily at 4 a.m. to observe the unique face-washing ceremony. On the way to the pagoda, you can stop to watch the backbreaking process of gold-leaf-beating. You may also choose to visit the craft workshops specializing in bronze-casting, marble-carving, wood-carving, and puppetry.

The afternoon tour begins from Shwenandaw Kyaung or the Golden Teak Monastery. Built entirely of golden teak, this intricately carved wooden monastery was once a part of the Mandalay Palace used as private apartments by King Mindon and his Chief Queen. Next: Kyaukawgyi Paya, which is known for its large image of seated Buddha, carved out of a single block of marble. Continue to Sandamani Paya, a cluster of slender whitewashed stupas. We can also visit Kuthodaw Paya, which contains the world's most massive book. Picturesque miniature pavilions surround the central stupa, each housing a slab of marble, inscribed with the entire Tripitaka or Buddhist scriptures. In the evening, we can climb the Mandalay Hill to enjoy the view at sunset.


Overnight: Rupar Mandalar Resort
Meals : Breakfast
Day 12~Flight to Heho and transfer to Pindaya

We begin the day with a brief, 30-minute flight to Heho. Our guide and driver will meet us and take us to Pindaya about a 90-minute drive. There we’ll find unique caves where pilgrims placed thousands of Buddha images over many centuries. The images are made from alabaster, teak, marble, brick, lacquer, and cement. They are arranged in such a way as to form a labyrinth throughout the various cave chambers. Next, a hike to visit the Shwe U Min Paya, which is a cluster of low stupas just below the ridge near the caves. At the foot of the hill, are small workshops that make the paper parasols.


Overnight: Conqueror Hotel
Meals : Breakfast
Day 13~ Inle Lake

A multi-modal day: Following breakfast, we travel by car to the Inle Lake, about two and a half hours away, and then board a boat to get to the hotel. Located in Shan State, Inle Lake has tranquil waters dotted with patches of floating vegetation and fishing canoes. The lake is surrounded by hills, with 17 villages on stilts in the islands and along the lakeshore. 

Excursion by boat on Inle Lake to Indein and Sae Ma Village (5 hours).
Travel by boat to the western shore of the lake to a stairway and walk to the hidden Indein temple complex. It is located on the coast of the lake, and this site consists of hundreds of small stupas overgrown by moss and greens. Continue on foot past rice fields to the village of Sae Ma, stopping to explore the village. In the afternoon, meet the village locals on the lake and travel to one of the monasteries to observe the religious activities.

Overnight: Inle Resort, Garden Cottages
Meals : Breakfast
Day 14~Inle Lake

Inthar Home Cooking (4.5 hours).
After breakfast, transfer to a local home of Inthar and meet with the family in Pauk Par Village. The local family will prepare for you to learn about traditional cuisines. But firstly, the local family will lead you to one of the local rotational markets around Inle Lake. Explore around the local market, where greenish vegetables, fresh meats, colorful fruits, local products, and others. Buy some ingredients which are required for your cooking class and transfer back to the local Inthar home.

Now, it's about time to learn and cook like an Inthar, the local family will explain about the cuisines you are about to cook and show you how to cook step by step. Discover and enjoy how local Inthar people prepare their meals. After finish cooking, enjoy lunch with the traditional cuisines you've made. After lunch, transfer back to the hotel or continue sightseeing for half a day in the lake.

Excursion by boat on Inle Lake.
Enjoy a boat ride on Inle Lake and discover its calm serenity, still waters, and colorful brush strokes of floating vegetation and slow-moving fishing canoes. Rolling high hills hug the lake on all sides, as the lake's shore and islands host 17 villages on stilts, mostly inhabited by the Intha people. Enjoy the awe-inspiring scenery and meditate on the one of a kind skill of the local fishermen who makes use of their legs in a unique rowing technique to glide them gracefully around the lake. Visit the enchanting floating gardens, a teeming market, and an Intha village around the lake. The day also includes a visit to the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, Inn Paw Khon Village (Lotus and silk weaving villages), and the Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery.

Overnight: Inle Resort, Garden Cottages
Meals : Breakfast
Day 15~ Flight back to Yangon. Tour concludes.

This morning we’ll fly to Yangon. Transfer to the international terminal. Please, book your return flight after 3 p.m.

Meals : Breakfast

Trip Map

Trip Info

Trip includes

  • Accommodation in the listed or similar hotels on twin/double sharing basis.
  • Meals, as indicated in the itinerary (all meals in Bhutan and breakfast only in Myanmar).
  • All internal airfares within Myanmar.
  • English speaking local Guides.
  • Sightseeing admission fees.
  • All transfers and sightseeing by a private vehicle.

The trip does not include

  • Lunch and dinner in Myanmar.
  • Airfare between the countries (Bangkok-Bhutan-Bangkok-Myanmar).
  • Private room supplement.
  • Drinks, tipping, laundry, phone, Internet, and other expenses of personal nature.
  • Extra expenses or loss due to nature and unforeseen events such as flight cancellation, road blockade, illness, accident, etc.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Emergency evacuation and medical transportation.

Best time to Travel

The best time to travel to Myanmar is from November through February. The weather is wonderfully cool both during the day and at night. You will enjoy beautiful sunny days. The country is vibrant green right after the long monsoon rains. The chances of rain are very slim or none. October and March are also subtle but slightly warmer. The hottest months are April and May, temperature exceeding 100 °F, particularly the areas of Bagan, and in May, also, the humidity is very high. The monsoon begins from mid-May or early June and lasts through early summer. During monsoon time, it's a bit cooler, but the roads become impassable.

Bhutan is also best traveled from October through April when the weather is lovely, clear skies, and with magnificent mountain and valley vistas. After May, the temperature starts rising, and the monsoon rain begins from mid-June or early July and lasts through the end of September or early October. You can travel to Bhutan throughout the year but the best months are October through March.

Passport, Visa, and Travel Documents.

Remaining validity on a passport must be six months on the last date of the tour. Make sure you have enough blank pages for visa stickers, arrival, and departure seals. We will take care of the Bhutan visa for you, but you will have to obtain a Myanmar visa on your own. You can apply Myanmar eVisa online within 90 days before your arrival in Myanmar.

Tour Start and Finish Points

Tour starts from Bangkok and concludes in Yangon. While we take care of your internal airfares, you are responsible for the international airfare booking. So, you need to arrive in Bangkok and depart from Yangon.

Note on the itinerary

We will try our best to adhere to the itinerary. But for various reasons such as flight cancellation, weather problems, or other causes beyond our control, the itinerary is subject to change. The hotels listed are our preferred properties and are subject to change.


Accommodation selected in Myanmar is medium range properties with adequate comfort such as a private bathroom with running hot and cold water, air-conditioning. In Bhutan, the hotels chosen are among the best in the mainstream hotels, which are usually small hotels with 25-40 rooms. You will have a private bathroom with running hot and cold water.


The tour features daily breakfast in Myanmar and Bangkok and three meals a day while in Bhutan. Meals are usually set menu and served in the hotels you stay. It is possible to arrange some meals in restaurants outside the hotel. In Myanmar, please budget $12-15 per meal.


Your tour is escorted by English speaking local Guides whom you will meet at the airport upon arrival. Guides for Bhutan and Myanmar will be different persons. Within Myanmar also, guides will be different persons in different cities. The guide and driver are not the same people.


Depending on the group size, we use Japanese or Korean made Sedan Cars, SUV, Minivan, or coach. Our vehicles are clean, well maintained, and drivers are trained to drive western travelers.

Trip Difficulty Level

This is a motor vehicle-based tour, suitable for travelers of all ages with a normal health condition. There are some optional village hikes, which are easy and less than two hours with few exceptions. If you are not used to hiking, you can always skip it. The maximum altitude we reach in this trip is 3040m at Dhochula pass, where we stop briefly. The highest elevation we overnight in is 2350m at Thimphu. So, we don't have any altitude-related risks on this trip.

But travelers are advised to stay fit and start some mild exercises like jogging, swimming, cycling at least 2-3 months ahead of the trip. The more physically fit you are, the more you will enjoy the journey.

Booking & Payment Schedule

Initial Tour Deposit: US$ 300 per person (accepted by credit card or personal check) with completed trip registration form and passport scan.

The second payment will be asked for the in-tour airfare when they are due. Some hotels and suppliers may ask for a non-refundable deposit to guarantee the booking, and we will advise you in such a case. Payment by credit card may attract an additional 3.5% fee.

The final payment is due 90 days before departure. You can make payment by wire transfer or cashier check within 90 days before the travel date.

Cancellation and refund

We must receive a notice of cancellation and refund request in written form.

  • One hundred eighty days before departure: No penalty unless stated as non-refundable.
  • Ninety days prior departure: Administrative fee US$ 150 per person.
  • Sixty-Eighty-nine day's prior departure: US$ 300 or 25% of the land cost whichever is higher.
  • Forty-five days to Fifty-nine days before departure: US$ 450 or 50% of the land cost whichever is higher.
  • Thirty days to Forty-four days before departure: US$ 600 or 75% of the land cost whichever is higher.
  • Less than Thirty days: 100%.

Cancellation and refund of air tickets will be as per rules and regulations of the concerned airlines plus a service charge of US$ 25 per segment will be levied. Cancellation terms and conditions of certain services may vary, which we will inform per case to case basis. No refund or adjustment to other services will be made for any unused land or air services for any reason whatsoever, once the tour begins. We highly recommend that all travelers purchase trip cancellation insurance.


Accommodation selected in Myanmar are superior class properties with adequate comfort such as private bathroom with running hot and cold water, air-conditioning. While the selected hotels provide with sufficient amenities and facilities, there are deluxe 5 star hotels in the major cities like Yangon, Bagan and Mandalay. In Bhutan, the hotels chosen are among the best in the mainstream hotels which are usually small properties with 25-30 rooms. You will have private bathroom with running hot and cold water. There are few international chain properties such as Como Hotels, Aman, Taj and Le Meridien hotels if you wish to upgrade.

The trip includes 7 nights in Myanmar, 2 nights in Bangkok and 5 nights in Bhutan.

Yangon : Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake, Superior Room.

Bagan: Aureum Palace Hotel, Deluxe Room

Mandalay: Rupar Mandalar Resort, Deluxe Room

Pindaya:  Conqueror Hotel , Superior Room or Pindaya Inle Inn , Bamboo Hut

Inle Lake: Inle Resort and Spa, Deluxe Private Pond/Garden View Room

Bangkok Suarnabhumi Airport: Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel, superior room

Thimphu: Khang Residency, Superior Room

Punakha: Drubchu Resort or Zingkham Resort

Paro: Khangkhu Resort


Average Rating Score 5star based on 1 review(s)

  • "The trip was great"

    The trip was great . We really enjoyed it though I was over ambitious with hikes. Unlike the Dolomites, that part of the Himalayas is straight up and the starting elevation was higher. Nan couldn’t do any hiking so we skipped it altogether. It was ok. I loved all the chilis there and ate enough for an army. Our guide was great. We enjoyed his company very much. He went above and beyond the call of duty. Myanmar was interesting though a bit more hectic . I think in the final analysis it was too many Buddhist temples to visit over 3 weeks just like overdosing on anything. All in all very well planned and most enjoyable holiday . Thank you and your team for a memorable trip.

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