Our favourite routes through Myanmar

We tailor our holidays to suit you and your preferences - you call the shots, and we make it happen.
That said, there are optimal routes - paths which connect a country’s highlights, and itineraries that we’ve tried and tested over decades of travel in Asia.
You’ll find a selection of our favourite journeys below. Each works perfectly ‘out of the box’, but please don’t feel restricted by them, as they can all be adapted to include your preferences or omit the bits you don’t want. After all, it is your holiday!

Myanmar With Ease

This leisurely 10 day itinerary is perfect for first-time visitors, taking in Myanmar's main highlights with plenty of down time to soak up the country's magical atmosphere.

10 days

Visiting: Yangon, Bagan, Inle Lake, Ngapali Beach



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Simply Myanmar

Simply Myanmar is the perfect 'in-depth' introduction, showing you the country's main highlights in just two weeks but ensuring that you're not travelling at break-neck speed.

14 days

Visiting: Mandalay, Ayeyarwady River Cruise, Bagan, Pindaya, Inle Lake, Ngapali Beach, Yangon



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Hidden Treasures

We're always on the look out for the hidden gems of a country, be it an unexplored region, an inspiring grass-roots project, a remote village where life continues as it has for generations. This 13-day itinerary explores some of the Selective Asia team's favourite hidden treasures of Myanmar.

13 days

Visiting: Yangon, Loikaw, Nyaung Shwe, Zikhone Beach, Ngapali Beach



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Myanmar: Beyond The Ordinary

Give Myanmar a few extra days and you can head off the trail to see some of the country's lesser known delights. Myanmar: Beyond The Ordinary combines the secrets of the Golden Triangle, charming Kengtung and a trek into the hills surrounding Inle Lake with stars like Bagan and Yangon.

15 days

Visiting: Chiang Rai, Chiang Saen,Thachileik, Kengtung, Loimwe, Kalaw, Green Hill Elephant Valley, Nyaung Shwe, Hti Ne Trek, Bagan, Yangon



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An Insider's Myanmar

Visit a less explored side of Myanmar, shying away from the more obvious highlights in favour of some of the less visited destinations. Escape the growing crowds and discover a side to the country that most visitors haven't even heard about.

16 days

Visiting: Mandalay, Monywa, Pakokku, Bagan, Kalaw, Monastery Trek, Inle Lake, Sagar, Loikaw, Yangon



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Indulgent Indochina

We asked Indochina Specialist Anna what she’d include in her ultimate, dream, money-no-object trip to the region, and the result is Indulgent Indochina

19 days

Visiting: Yangon, Mergui Archipelago, Bangkok, Koh Kood, Siem Reap, Angkor Temples, Koh Rong



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Thailand & Myanmar Overland

Taking advantage of land borders between Thailand and Myanmar, this 14 day itinerary takes you on a magical overland journey from Bangkok to Yangon along less-travelled paths, without the need for flying.

14 days

Visiting: Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Dawei, Mawlamyine, Hpa An, Golden Rock, Yangon



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Ultimate Indochina

This mammoth 36-day itinerary travels through Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos AND Myanmar, visiting the cultural and scenic highlights of each country. From river cruises to hot air ballooning; street food tours to minority village visits; and not forgetting some beach time, this holiday has it all. Ultimate by name; ultimate by nature!

36 days

Visiting: Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Mekong Delta River Cruise, Ho Chi Minh City, Hoi An, Hanoi, Halong Bay, Luang Prabang, Vientiane, Mandalay, Ayeyarwaddy River Cruise, Bagan, Inle Lake, Ngapali Beach, Yangon



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Let us do the hard work for you -
and help you plan using our experience.


Our recommended itineraries are designed by our team of Destination Specialists and work perfectly exactly as they are.


We are also happy to tailor the route to your preferences. Just tell us how we can improve the holiday and we’ll create a bespoke itinerary just for you.


The third option is that we start with a blank canvas, working with you to design the perfect trip for you and yours.

Package holidays in Myanmar 2019, 2020 - Selective Asia