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Myanmar in 2 weeks

Discover a land unlike any you will know - Trip for singles

Book From   € 1,199,-
GROUP SIZE: 6-24 | 13 DAYS

Myanmar in 2 weeks

Burma is still the undiscovered 'Pearl of Southeast Asia'. This is because the predominantly Buddhist country was isolated for years and shunned by many travelers. You can still taste the atmosphere of yesteryear! The population is affectionate; curious monks and other Burmese will enjoy the chance to exercise their English with you. Visit ancient royal cities around Mandalay, and Bagan with its magnificent ancient temples and palaces. Stroll through hills and rice fields, visit markets, witness minorities in national costumes and go sailing on the rustic Inle Lake. Come to Myanmar now before the country is discovered by mass tourism!
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Yangon

Yangon

Yangon is a mix of the English colonial past and golden pagodas. Yangon is a city that seems to be hectic, but feels very rural. |Myanmar

Mandalay

Mandalay

Mandalay has always been the city where you'd go to enjoy a puppet- on-the-string play. On the other side of the river, you can admire the Burmese variation of the Tower of Babel, Mingun.|Myanmar

Bagan

Bagan

Bagan consists of an area of 40 km² with many impressive, very old Buddhist temples and Stupas. They are the most beautiful od all of Myanmar. |Myanmar

Kalaw

Kalaw

Kalaw is an old colonial English garden with the typical houses, inhabited by the Burmese and surrounded by colourful minorities like Palaung, Danu and Pa’O. |Myanmar

Inle Lake

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