Myanmar

Welcome to our selection of programs featuring Myanmar! Feel free to explore these sample itinerant tours and stays that we hope will catch your attention. To know more about a specific tour (and to get a free personalized cost estimate), simply hit the “Ask for a customized quote based on a program like this one!” button in the following programs to contact OneclicktoAsia’s local Myanmar agents directly.

The way to Mandalay

The way to Mandalay

18 DAYS / 17 NIGHTS
What a trip! A saga. Starting in fanciful Yangon, guests will travel north to end their epic journey in Mandalay, Myanmar’s jewel of the north. This itinerary has been designed to appeal to those travellers looking for a genuine immersion in Burma’s historical sites. Rich Buddhist and ethnic minority encounters will punctuate the stages of the program. Some highlights of the tour notably include Kyaikhtiyo’s spectacular gravity defying Golden Rock, the unique fishing techniques of the leg rowing fishermen at Inle Lake, and a memorable step back in time with a train ride across the famous Gok Hteik steel viaduct over a 300m deep gorge. Read more »
Myanmar : made of stones and sand

Myanmar : made of stones and sand

13 DAYS / 12 NIGHTS
This trip has been designed to combine the very best of Myanmar’s rich built and intangible heritage before some indulgence moments on a yet very little frequented paradisiac beach. This itinerary explores the essential sites one would not like to miss in a full busy week before ending up relaxing on the pristine beaches of Ngapali. Imagine yourself enjoying the stunning vistas at sunrise or sunset over the temples of Bagan, cruising pirogues at water level on Inle Lake, witnessing skilled handcrafters at work and lounging with a fresh coconut in hand under a palm-fringed beach parasol. Read more »
Myanmar for novices

Myanmar for novices

11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS
This program is the perfect initiation tour to Myanmar. It is ideal for first-timers who want to get a first glimpse of the country hopping from one essential and not-to-be-missed marvellous spot to another. It covers notably Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan and Inle Lake. It not only covers the must-see landmarks like the glittering Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Mandalay’s spectacular U bein teak wood bridge, or Bagan’s Wetkyi-in Gubyaukkyi Temple renowned for its murals but it will also take guests to experience Myanmar’s rich culture first-hand through a vast array of specialized handicraft villages and workshops. Read more »