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Please browse our list of featured and recommended hotels in Burma. This list is by no means exhaustive as we have a vast range of hotels in our portfolio. We hope it will serve as a helpful resource for the planning of your holiday and we are here to answer any questions you may have. Our portfolio comprises of a wide range of properties, carefully assessed and vetted by our team.
A little rest goes a long way. You spend enough time dealing with the stresses of life. Come away with us and rebalance, relax and feel reborn. Below is a list of – by no means exhaustive – health and relaxation related recommendations. Download our itineraries from the SAMPLE page for more inspiration or drop us a message!
What inspires aspiring travelers? What is their dream image of Burma? Our team and our local guides compiled a short list of some of the most memorable and original activities we could think of. To inspire. To dream. Need more suggestions? Please download our sample itineraries from the SAMPLE page or contact us.
Yin & Yang. Horse & Carriage. Laurel & Hardy. Travel & Food. You shouldn’t accept the former without the latter. It is said that ‘love goes trough the stomach’ and we certainly want you to love our trips. So here’s some useful information about Burmese cuisine, may it tempt you to download our sample itineraries or get in touch.
Burma offers a bewildering range of activities, sights and experiences. We want you to enjoy a holiday that caters to YOUR interests and ambitions and as such we offer, for your consideration, this set of downloadable itineraries, each with a different theme or route. We hope it will assist in the planning of your journey and we welcome your feedback or questions. Please check back frequently as we add more itineraries on a regular basis. Please enter your name and email to begin the download. All documents are guaranteed free of ads, viruses or other malicious software.
What’s in it:Pickled Tea leaves, Tomatoes, Shrimp Floss, Peanuts, Ginger, Fish Sauce Why we love it:Though Indochina countries with strong cooking backgrounds border Myanmar; it has its own quintessential take on south East Asian delicacies. Take the Salad. Myanmar is one of the only nations to use tea leaves as the main base of their salads. Lapet Thoke is considered a staple for providing a bright burst of flavor along with the earthiness of the tea. This is considered a must try for any traveler to Burma.