An Insider's Myanmar

Delving deep into this diverse country, An Insider's Myanmar takes in the bustle of Yangon and Mandalay, Bagan’s awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage temples, and the beauty of Inle Lake, then steps off the well-trodden trail into the Kalaw hills, and south into remote Kayah State, only recently opened up to visitors.

At a glance
  • Marvel at the sunset from U Bein Bridge
  • Fish in harmony with Irrawaddy Dolphins
  • Wind through Po Win Taung’s caves
  • Overnight in a mountain monastery
  • Mingle in a Padaung community
  • Learn to cook delicious Burmese cuisine
Itinerary
Price & Hotels

Mandalay - 3 nights

Mandalay, the ‘City of Gems’, is Myanmar’s second largest city, and its glittering economic centre. Named after the pagoda-covered hill that rises above its streets, Mandalay is a thriving hub of commerce, history and tradition. Its name still evokes images of British colonial rule and poetic romance, due in part to Kipling’s love affair with the city. Glinting glass towers spring up regularly in its dynamic centre, sitting comfortably alongside lavish Buddhist stupas, the historic Royal Palace citadel, and traditional arts and crafts workshops, producing everything from gold leaf to distinctive kalaga tapestries.

Day 1 - Arrive Mandalay

On arrival in Myanmar, you'll be met by your private guide, who will accompany you to your Mandalay hotel.

Welcome to Selective Asia! This level of personal service (such as private transfers, private tours etc) is what you can expect throughout your trip. A few services (eg boat cruises) will be shared, but we'll always make sure you're aware of these.

If you’re keen to hit the ground running, take a late afternoon trip up Mandalay Hill to explore the pagodas and temples, and enjoy panoramic sunset views. Alternatively, soak up the atmosphere at the evening vegetable market and sample a cold Burmese beer with the locals.

Day 2 - Explore Mandalay, U Bein Bridge sunset

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Spend the day taking in the city's key sites on a personalised guided programme. We recommend a morning visit to the eclectic stalls at Zaycho Market, and to read extracts from Buddhist stone tablets at Kuthodaw Pagoda at the foot of Mandalay Hill. Watch an endless stream of devotees add gold leaf to the Mahamuni Buddha at Mahamuni Paya, and marvel at the intricate teak carvings in the former Royal Palace of Shwe Nan Daw. Your afternoon will be at leisure until you set off to the iconic U Bein teak bridge to watch the sun set - a popular event with both locals and tourists, so get there early to secure your spot! Your evening will be at leisure to investigate Mandalay’s burgeoning restaurant scene, and your guide will be happy to offer recommendations for the best eateries in town.

Day 3 - Irrawaddy Dolphin cooperative fishing experience

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We have partnered with a local NGO to create a unique experience taking visitors out on the river with local fishermen, to raise awareness of the critically endangered Irrawaddy Dolphin. There’s no guarantee you’ll see dolphins, but your involvement provides vital support to the community, helping preserve the cultural heritage of cooperative fishing with the dolphins, and looking out for their welfare. Travel to the village of Hsithe, taking the last leg by boat and keeping your eyes peeled for dolphins along the way. Meet with a cooperative fisherman to learn how to prepare the nets, and have a trial throw, before sailing across the river to test out your newly acquired skills. Enjoy a home-cooked picnic lunch with the villagers, and stroll through Hsithe with a resident guide. Wander back to your boat and return upstream taking a last chance to spot the dolphins, before transferring back to Mandalay.

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Monywa - 2 nights

On the eastern bank of the Chindwin River, surrounded by a bucolic landscape of small farms and villages, Monywa is one of the area’s major trading towns. A wide variety of key agricultural produce from across this rural region, including crops of beans, palm sugar and cotton, arrives at the morning market each morning, ensuring there’s always a lively bartering atmosphere. Wander through the city centre to gaze at Thanboddhay Pagoda; head out to nearby Kyaukka village, known for the crafting of black lacquerware; and stroll beneath the golden spires of 14th century Shwe Gu Ni Pagoda.

Day 4 - Drive to Monywa, temple tour

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Set out for Monywa, around 80 miles north-west of Mandalay, stopping en route at the Boditahaung Pagoda, where over one thousand sacred Bodhi trees each shade a Buddha image and, on a nearby hillside, an impressive 420 ft high Buddha image stands beside another huge 325 ft long statue - the largest reclining Buddha image in Myanmar. On arrival in Monywa, head straight for the Thanboddhay Pagoda: a grand temple that houses in excess of half a million Buddha images, and bears a close resemblance to Indonesia's Borobudur. Take a tour of the city centre, learn about lacquerware in nearby Kyaukka village, and complete your temple tour with a visit to the Shwe Gu Ni Pagoda.

Day 5 - Po Win Taung caves, Shwe Ba Hill monasteries

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Take a morning drive out to Po Win Taung caves, to see a jaw-dropping 947 richly decorated sandstone caverns, believed to have been formed by volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago. Today, this area contains what many consider to be the finest collection of mural paintings and Buddhist statues in South-East Asia, some dating back as far as the 14th Century. After exploring the caves, continue a few hundred metres to Shwe Ba Hill, to see beautifully decorated monasteries and temples which have been sculpted from the natural sandstone and volcanic rocks. Return to Monywa, where the remainder of your day will be at leisure to explore this lesser-visited city.

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Bagan - 2 nights

Sometimes written ‘Pagan’, Myanmar’s 9th century capital is one of the most significant ancient cities in South-East Asia, right up there with Angkor Wat. Now, 25 years after it was first nominated, Bagan has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With literally thousands to choose from, it's no easy task selecting which temples and pagodas to make a beeline for, so get local recommendations and perhaps take a birds-eye overview from a hot air balloon. Explore the temples by cycle or electric bike and, if you’re in danger of becoming ‘templed out’, wander through interesting nearby villages, discover Nyaung U’s excellent restaurant scene, and find the lively market and tea shop culture in New Bagan.

Day 6 - Drive to Pakokku markets, Kyaukgu Umin caves, riverboat to Bagan

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Travel to Pakokku, an old trading town where colonial influence is still apparent in the architecture and atmosphere. Pakokku trades timber and toddy palm sugar from its crucial position between the Yaw and Chindwin rivers, and is a useful transit point for travelling through north-central Myanmar. Visit the open-air market, which sells vegetables, fruit, handicrafts and textiles; continue to the ornate Thiho Shin pagoda; and pause at a thanaka market, where local women buy this distinctive cosmetic paste made from ground thanaka bark. Tour a cheroot factory in the town, observe wood carving and slipper-making workshops, then continue on to the unique Kyaukgu Umin cave tunnel, carved into a sandstone cliff, to see the huge statue and unfinished murals depicting scenes from Buddha’s life. Finally, hope aboard a boat to cruise along the Ayeyarwady River to Bagan, where the remainder of your day will be at leisure.

Day 7 - Sunrise & temple tour

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Set out pre-dawn to one of Bagan’s viewing mounds to watch the sun rise over the temple-studded plains. Our favourite mound is north-east of Dhammayangyi, with views over the lake on one side, and sweeping panoramas of the ancient capital’s landscape on the other. After a hotel breakfast, head out again for your temple tour. Choosing which of the myriad temples to visit is never easy, and in true Selective Asia style we can recommend a gem or two that are off the traditional trail. Later, learn about traditional lacquerware craft, then follow your guide’s recommendations to lunch at a local eatery. In the afternoon, perhaps visit the Ananda temples, where 1424 Buddhas are mounted in the walls, and the Shwezigon Pagoda with its golden stupa. Enjoy a temple sunset, or return to your hotel for a well earned sundowner.

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Kalaw - 1 night

Thanks to the region’s forgiving climate, the small yet beautiful town of Kalaw was popular with the British during the colonial era. The town is experiencing something of a revival as travellers discover it as an ideal base for visiting nearby tribal communities and trekking to Inle Lake. Its lively market is all about the locals - no trinkets for tourists here, just herbs, spices and hearty, traditional food, which you may well end up enjoying for dinner. Step away from the well-trodden trail and unwind in the cool mountain air.

Day 8 - Fly to Heho, drive to Kalaw

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Fly out early from Nyaung U Airport to Heho, and travel through the remarkably scenic landscape on the approach to Kalaw, where the remainder of the day will at leisure to settle into the region’s serene pace.

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Inle Lake region - 3 nights

As you approach the vast expanse of Inle Lake, the narrow tributary channels widen and before you know it you’re crossing the broad, tranquil water, with hills and mountains surrounding you in every direction. The panoramic view is beautiful, and the scale is breathtaking. As you take it all in, you’ll see passing fishermen move their boats swiftly over the lake using their unique foot-rowing technique. The region is home to several traditional tribal communities who live in stilted homes over the water, tending floating vegetable gardens and making a living from the lake.

Day 9 - Trekking & village visits, overnight in monastery

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Spend a day trekking in the forested hills, past a number of Pa-O community villages, where cheroot-smoking is still a strong tradition. Start with a 2 hour walk through the undulating green countryside, punctuated with fields of corn, potatoes and ginger, displaying the diverse agriculture which forms the main income in the region. Enjoy lunch at the village of Htun Gone before trekking for a further couple of hours, taking in stunning views of the Shan Mountain Range, to the Htee Tein village, where your base for the night will be the village monastery. Eat an early supper in the monastery, home to a small group of novice monks, and spend the night in the monastic compound.

Day 10 - Trek to Inle Lake

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Wake early as the monastery comes to life, with the monks gathering for their morning prayers, and embark on the last leg of your trek to Inle Lake. Pass through Pa-O minority villages and farmland, where you might catch sight of the locals at work plowing the fields or harvesting crops. After an hour or so, you’ll see the shimmering expanse of Inle Lake appear in the distance. Break for lunch at Than Daung village, and walk the last 30 minutes to the jetty to board a boat out onto Inle Lake. Enjoy a leisurely cruise, resting your post-trek legs, until arriving at your resort, where the remainder of your day will be at leisure to gaze at the lake and enjoy another of Myanmar’s spectacular sunsets.

Day 11 - Explore In Dein & Ywama

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Get straight out on the water, cruising south along the western bank as far as In Dein and Ywama. Navigate up a narrow canal to a small Pa O village, disembark at the central marketplace, and follow the path to a 13th century monastery. Emerging from the deep vegetation covering this relatively untouched landscape, you’ll see the impressive ruins of over a hundred ancient pagodas. Climb up to the main stupa on a hilltop, and pause to enjoy sensational views over the surrounding mountains and down towards distant Inle Lake. Return to the lake and transfer back to your resort, where rest of your day will be at leisure to relax and soak up the unique atmosphere of the lake.

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Loikaw - 2 nights

Loikaw is the tranquil capital of Kayah State, tucked away in the remote Karen Hills, near the Pilu River; surrounded by scenic mountain ranges, lakes and waterfalls. Closed to visitors for over half a century, this diverse and picturesque region has only recently opened up again. Its lower profile and secluded location means it attracts only a fraction of the tourist numbers that visit Inle Lake each year, allowing those that do venture in to enjoy the sublime scenery in relative solitude. Experience the warm hospitality of the local communities as you learn about the region’s unique cuisine and customs.

Day 12 - Boat & car to Loikaw, Thirimingala Pagoda sunset

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Start the day’s journey by private boat, travelling for around four and a half hours by lake and river to Phekhon, from where you’ll continue to Loikaw by road. Once there, spend time in the local monastery and nunnery, and drink in stunning sunset views from Thirimingala Pagoda (Taung Kwe Zedi).

Day 13 - Visit Haw Nan monastery, Pan Phet village trek

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Begin your exploration of Loikaw by visiting Haw Nan Monastery, built during WWI by the Chief of Kayah, which is one of the oldest buildings in Kayah State, and still a working monastery. Leaving Loikaw behind, head to the settlement of Pan Pet, to gain insight into the life and culture of the world famous Padaung tribal community. Continue to the hamlet of Penmasong to embark upon a moderately challenging uphill trek to Rang Ku village, as your guide share some of the stories recited by the community’s jungle leader, and points out various edible and medicinal plants that grow here. Your reward at the summit will be a rarely photographed view of Pan Pet and its natural surrounds. Once you’ve taken it all in, set off back downhill to spend time with the locals in Rang Ku, before returning to Loikaw.

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Yangon - 2 nights

Yangon (formerly Rangoon) was Myanmar’s capital until 2006 and remains the country's largest and most influential city. Its dusty streets are lined with an intriguing array of traditional wooden homes, imposing colonial-era relics, buzzing tea houses, and modern - although often already decaying - office blocks. Yangon’s skyline remains far more low-rise and green than many other South-East Asian cities, leaving space to enjoy the views. Rivers, lakes, parks and tree-lined streets separate the built up districts, and the gleaming spire of Shwedagon Pagoda - one of Myanmar’s most iconic sights - towers above the city.

Day 14 - Fly to Yangon, Shwedagon Pagoda, Go Local experience

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Fly into Yangon where your day will be at leisure until an afternoon visit to the magnificent 2,000 year old Shwedagon Pagoda - one of the most significant religious sites in Myanmar. Explore the surrounding shrines as the city’s residents make their daily prayers at this incredible landmark, and investigate the makeshift food markets that spring up as night draws in. In the evening, it’s time to ‘Go Local’ with one of our Burmese friends. Take a stroll with your companion, stopping for a drink in a local café or bar, before immersing yourself further into the country’s culture and enjoying the company of a local friend, who’ll be ready to show you a side of Yangon that only locals know. Perhaps enjoy some street food and live music, join your companion at their local temple, or even to share a drink and some food with their family or friends.

Day 15 - Burmese cookery class, Yangon walking tour

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Start the day at Three Good Spoons, a not-for-profit organisation offering relaxed, fun cooking classes, whose profits help disadvantaged local women. Start at Yaetarshay Market to buy fresh, local ingredients, before returning to prepare three delicious Burmese dishes under the expert tuition of Chef Kevin, and enjoying the fruit of your labours for lunch. Head downtown to the Sule Pagoda, known as the ‘gathering point’ by locals, an important and ancient political landmark, where fortune-tellers reside in its small surrounding chambers. Continue to Mahabandoola Park and the Independence Monument to look out over the city’s grand Colonial buildings. Wander along the banks of the Yangon River to see more historic architecture, including the literary Strand Hotel, once home to the likes of Orwell, Kipling and Somerset Maugham.Tour down 41st street and mingle with the locals over a cup of sweet chai in a traditional teashop.

Day 16 - Depart Yangon

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Your last day will be at leisure before heading to the airport for your onward flight.

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We only provide privately guided holidays - meaning that you will not be expected to share guides or transport for the duration of your visit. You can also start on any day you choose.

Please click on the hotel category buttons below to view hotel details. These are recommended properties only - we have many alternative options for you to choose from if you would prefer. You can mix hotel categories throughout your holiday.

Hotel class Price per person (based on total # travelling)
2 persons 3 persons 4 - 6
Standard £2,895US$3,792 £2,579US$3,378 £2,360US$3,091

Yadanarpon Dynasty Hotel

Yadanarpon Dynasty’s leafy location in the quiet zone of 65th street is hard to beat: a 10 minute walk from Mandalay Palace... See more

Win Unity

Just outside the centre of Monywa in the beautiful Monywa district, the Win Unity Hotel provides a family-run welcome in a stunning setting...

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Bagan Thande Hotel

Arranged along the riverbank, the Bagan Thande’s wooden bungalows are bright & elegant, their aesthetic traditional but modern enough to keep you comfortable... See more

Kalaw Heritage Hotel

High in the mountains of eastern Myanmar, the Kalaw Heritage Hotel is the perfect base for exploring this fascinating region, combining classic elegance with efficient service and up-to-date facilities... See more

Inle Resort

Perhaps the dark horse of our Inle Lake favourites, the Inle Resort just keeps throwing us surprises – of the good kind. Many are due to the recent arrival of the extremely... See more

Loikaw Lodge

Constructed almost entirely from locally sourced materials, Loikaw Lodge is a beacon for warm hospitality, responsible tourism, and long-term sustainable travel... See more

Hotel G

Downtown Yangon bustles with street markets, food stalls and an upbeat atmosphere. Hotel G is conveniently located right in the centre of the action, just over a mile to Shwedagon Pagoda...

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First Class £3,058US$4,006 £2,743US$3,593 £2,524US$3,307

Bagan King Hotel

Located in the heart of Mandalay, just a 5 minute walk from Mandalay’s Royal Palace and moat, the Bagan King Hotel may look a little un-inspiring from the outside, but... See more

Win Unity

Just outside the centre of Monywa in the beautiful Monywa district, the Win Unity Hotel provides a family-run welcome in a stunning setting...

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Bagan Thande Hotel

Arranged along the riverbank, the Bagan Thande’s wooden bungalows are bright & elegant, their aesthetic traditional but modern enough to keep you comfortable... See more

Kalaw Heritage Hotel

High in the mountains of eastern Myanmar, the Kalaw Heritage Hotel is the perfect base for exploring this fascinating region, combining classic elegance with efficient service and up-to-date facilities... See more

Inle Heritage Resort

Enjoying a location in the middle of Inle Lake, this unique property is accessible only by a one hour boat journey from Nyaung Shwe. From the locally crafted room furnishings, to the traditional cuisine served in the restaurant...

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Loikaw Lodge

Constructed almost entirely from locally sourced materials, Loikaw Lodge is a beacon for warm hospitality, responsible tourism, and long-term sustainable travel... See more

Sule Shangri La

Formerly known as Traders, Sule Shangri La is something of a landmark in itself within Yangon - its 21 floors place it amongst the highest buildings in the city. The views from many rooms are sensational...

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Superior £3,141US$4,114 £2,825US$3,700 £2,605US$3,413

Mercure Mandalay Hill Resort Hotel

With commanding views in all directions, the Mercure Mandalay Hill Resort Hotel is located at the foot of perhaps Myanmar’s most iconic landmark - its sacred hill... See more

Win Unity

Just outside the centre of Monywa in the beautiful Monywa district, the Win Unity Hotel provides a family-run welcome in a stunning setting...

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The Hotel @ Tharabar Gate

Any hotel with a 12th century palace wall within its boundaries is likely to be impressive, and The Hotel @ Tharabar Gate is a case in point. The perfect, cool, airy retreat... See more

Amara Mountain Resort

On first glance you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d jumped continent, to a little Northern European village in the woods. The Amara Mountain Resort consists of ten ample but very cute timber-frame cottages... See more

Inle Lake View Resort & Spa

Located on the western banks of serene Inle Lake, the Inle Lake View Resort is unquestionably amongst the pick of the region's accommodation choices... See more

Loikaw Lodge

Constructed almost entirely from locally sourced materials, Loikaw Lodge is a beacon for warm hospitality, responsible tourism, and long-term sustainable travel... See more

Sule Shangri La

Formerly known as Traders, Sule Shangri La is something of a landmark in itself within Yangon - its 21 floors place it amongst the highest buildings in the city. The views from many rooms are sensational...

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Deluxe £3,419US$4,478 £3,102US$4,064 £2,884US$3,778

Red Canal

Although they’re only a short taxi or trishaw ride into downtown Mandalay and the night market, most guests would quite rightly question the need to ever leave the Red Canal. Put simply, it’s delightful... See more

Win Unity

Just outside the centre of Monywa in the beautiful Monywa district, the Win Unity Hotel provides a family-run welcome in a stunning setting...

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Bagan Lodge

Providing stylish luxury accommodation just south of ancient Bagan, the Lodge strikes a tempting balance between modern comfort and historic Burmese elegance... See more

Amara Mountain Resort

On first glance you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d jumped continent, to a little Northern European village in the woods. The Amara Mountain Resort consists of ten ample but very cute timber-frame cottages... See more

Inle Princess Resort

The charming Inle Princess Resort is located on the eastern lakeside, with many of its thatched, stilted cottages lining the water, while others, to the rear, offer views... See more

Loikaw Lodge

Constructed almost entirely from locally sourced materials, Loikaw Lodge is a beacon for warm hospitality, responsible tourism, and long-term sustainable travel... See more

Savoy Hotel

Being located just off Rangoon's very own ‘millionaire’s row’ can have its advantages, namely the great restaurants and shopping (or window shopping) opportunities the neighbourhood has to offer... See more

Solo travellers are always welcome - please contact us for a tailored quote.

These prices are shown in GBPUSD.
Selective Asia is a UK-registered company, but our client-base spans the globe, so we bank in both GBP and USD and can therefore provide a fixed price in either currency.
We also have payment facilities in Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the EU, and can typically offer better-than-bank exchange rates on the date of payment in these currencies (against a booking priced in GBP).

Itinerary additions

  • Hsipaw is high on many light-adventure enthusiasts lists and is an easy two night extension from Mandalay. Highlights include river cruises, remote Shan monastery and village visits, trekking and even cycling through the almost unworldly picturesque countryside that surrounds this dusty Shan town.
  • If you have the time and can endure another night without home comforts (overnight accommodation is basic: bathroom facilities consist of a bucket shower & squat toilet!), then there is an equally rewarding three day trek from Kalaw to Inle Lake that can be included instead.
  • Adding beach time is simple - there are great options in Myanmar such as Ngapali and Ngwe Saung or you can even consider a side trip via Bangkok to a Thai island.

  • At Selective Asia we specialise in creating unique, tailor-made experiences. The holiday itineraries provided on this website are intended to help you visualise what is achievable in your destinations of choice, over a given period of time and at an intended budget.

    Whilst many clients are happy with one of our recommended itineraries in its current form (and at the price quoted), there are those who wish to personalise their holiday in some way, whether it be a change of hotel, an additional destination, or even starting from scratch. This is when our tailor-made specialists come into their own; with many years of experience both living and working in the region, they are ideally equipped to advise on alternatives and to facilitate any necessary changes.

    The important stuff

    Please note: During high season periods (such as Christmas and Burmese New Year) hotels often levy a surcharge and these are not included in the above prices. Your consultant will be happy to advise you of these.

    Inclusive:

    • English speaking, local guide
    • All accommodation listed
    • Land transportation by private air-conditioned vehicles
    • Any domestic flights listed (unless marked otherwise)
    • All admission fees at attractions, temples and activities as mentioned in the itinerary
    • All meals listed
    • International flight reconfirmation.

    Exclusive:

    • Flights to/from Asia. We are an ATOL bonded operator and can arrange flights for all our clients, regardless of whether you are departing from the UK or from almost any other worldwide destination.
    • Entry visas
    • International airport departure taxes
    • Any meals not listed in the itinerary
    • Drinks, other than water on activity days
    • Personal expenses (laundry, telephone, drinks, tip...)
    • Travel insurance
    • All other services not listed in 'inclusive'

    Please note

    All prices are correct at the time of publishing. They are liable to change and can only be confirmed upon submitting an enquiry.

     

    Extras

    Flights

    We will arrange all internal flights used within our holiday itineraries. We can also arrange discounted flights from all UK airports to Asia and we are a fully bonded ATOL operator. If you would like a quote for your international flights then please complete the required section on the enquiry form.

    Visa

    You will require a visa to enter Myanmar. Your consultant will be happy to advise you on visa requirements.

    Passport

    Please ensure that you have a valid passport with at least 6 months validity remaining after your return date. You will also need at least one blank page for each of the countries you are visiting.

    Insurance

    You will require a comprehensive travel insurance that covers you for medical costs associated with hospitalisation, emergency travel and repatriation back to your home country. We offer our customers a specially discounted insurance policy, ideally suited to the needs that a trip such as this creates. Tick the insurance box in the enquiry form and we will send you a quote to suit your needs.

    Vaccinations and Malaria Prevention

    You will undoubtedly require vaccinations for your visit to Asia. Please consult your doctor or a vaccination clinic for the most up-to-date advice. They will also be able to advise you of the most suitable anti-malarial medication if required. It is important that you do this well in advance of your departure date.

    Booking Procedure

    Only once you are completely happy with any holiday itinerary we create for you will we ask for a payment. In order that we can secure availability for your booking we would typically require a deposit of 20%.

    Travelling Responsibly

    We care about the places and the communities that you will travel through. It is important to us that we travel as responsibly as possible throughout Asia and that we are giving something back to the regions and the people that make these journeys so special. Full details on our approach to responsible travel can be found on a dedicated section of this website.

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    Anna – Myanmar tailor-made specialist

    The trek from Kalaw to Inle Lake was a highlight of my recent trip to Myanmar. Being woken at 5am by the sound of monks chanting was a surreal and magical start to the day!

    AnnaMyanmar tailor-made specialist

    Speak to Anna on 01273 670 001

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    Get in touch

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