Burma Custom Travel Planners
Ideas for working with your Burma Custom Tour Planner
Try some of these great ideas to start your conversation with one of the travel experts listed below.
Burma or Myanmar, whatever you call it, select one of these Burma custom travel planners based on your interests.
For your information: The United States emphasizes in its dialogue with the Government of Burma the importance of promoting tolerance, diversity, and peaceful co-existence. The military government changed the country’s name to “Myanmar” in 1989. The United States government continues to use the name “Burma.”
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Burma Top Ten Travel Ideas
1 – Visit Shwedagon Pagoda, the most sacred of all Buddhist sites in Myanmar, in Yangon.
2 – Be charmed by the unique rowing techniques of the local fishermen on Inle Lake.
3 – Take a hot air balloon ride over Bagan at sunrise.
4 – Unwind on the white sands of Ngapali Beach.
5 – Cross the world’s longest teak bridge, U Bein Bridge, with local farmers, fishermen, monks and nuns.
6 – See the 700 pagodas and temples of Mrauk U Ruins.
7 – Escape to the hidden paradise of Ngwesaung Beach to rejuvenate and rest.
8 – A rock sitting atop a sacred strand of Buddha’s hair? See the amazing Golden Rock Pagoda.
9 – Explore the Pindaya Caves and see the 8000 Buddha images that blanket the walls of the cave.
10 –Cruise past small fishing villages as you hear the morning bells of nearby monasteries and spot rare Irrawaddy dolphins on a river cruise to Mandalay.
Burma (Myanmar) Tourism Website Information
This useful website has all the usual tourist information, descriptions of areas, things to see and do, but also some other fun things. For instance, there is a side-bar of useful phrases. There is also a very nice picture bar showing the highlights of Myanmar. Their description of the history of Burma is a little difficult to decipher though! And the latest news is in the local language, so no way for the English-speakers to read that.