Myanmar Tour Itinerary
Tour Myanmar one day at a time
Dawei is a beautiful green city hidden beneith the coconut palms of Southern Myanmar, the area was restricted having only emerged as a tourist location since late 2013 the friendly city is now recognised at one of the top locations in Myanmar. The Dawei peninsula is a 60 km long stretch of untouched beaches the most famous of these in Maungmagan, although the yellow sands of Nabule Beach are fast attracting their own following.
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Welcome to Bagan
2015’s top tour location! Bagan in Central Myanmar is one of the most impressive heritage sites anywhere on this amazing planet. Situated on the banks of the Arrawaddy River with over 2230 temples siloiteed against the red rising sun this is quintasentual Myanmar. Cattle wonder down the dusty lanes as Monks walk single file accross before you.
The majority of the sites were built between 1057-1287 AD. With over 2230 pagoda and stupda’s Bagan was Myanmar’s known attraction with good reason. The building boom which brought about Bagan’s temples were the vision of King, A central aspect of Myanmar Buddisium is the belief that merit is granted to those who donate to the construction or referbishment of Temples and Pagoda’s. in 1287 Ad the construction of Bagan and indeed the city itself was brought to an abrupt end due to the intrusion of the Mogul army in northern Myanmar, with the vast majority of the city being abandoned at that point. Learn more about Bagan here…
Ngapali Beach located in western Myanmar on the Bay of Bengal while not as beautiful as the beaches in the Mergui Archipelago its superior infrastructure has made Ngapali Myanmar’s traditional beach location for tourists. Famed for its palm lined white sands the bay stretches to the horizon with an air of grandeur. Ngapali is Myanmar’s most built up beach resort destination and despite its location is well supported by amenities. The beach continues to grow with a number of the countries richest businessmen developing resorts there. Learn more about Ngapali here
Welcome to Naypyitaw
Myanmar’s new Capital City, not the usual place to visit when a tourist, however if you are off to Naypyitaw for business then there a few simple lessons you should know before you venture. Naypyitaw means City of Kings, the city was manufactured my the government and really is a different world from the remainder of the country.
As famed by Top Gear, Naypyitaw has 16 lane highways, built 20 years before there will ever be enough people living there to use them. Truely a unique experiance, this modern ghost town with colour coded houses is bound to make you reconsider your ideas of what it takes to build a city. For more information please click here
Welcome to 19th Street, Yangon
19th Street is by no means your usual big city avenue. 19th Street or Yangon’s Chinatown as it is also known houses some of the most electric cultural dining you will ever find and truly lives up to its reputation as heart of Yangon’s dining nightlife, talk a walking tour amounst the small and buzzing streets and go where you feet lead.
In Yangon where every alleyway is a micro culture, a world unto itself. The twilight brings about the patter of gentle footsteps on the crumpled pavement, the cars retreat in favour of the ever advancing food stalls transforming the outside lanes of adjoining main roads into cozy food alleys. Learn about Yangon’s best eats here..