The best Myanmar itinerary is typically around 2 weeks and should include a Mix of culture and natural beauty that Myanmar is famous for.
We suggest you spend your time between the cities and sight of -
From the incredible ancient city of Bagan to Myanmar’s quiet and beautiful beach resort towns, spending two weeks in Myanmar lets you see all of the country’s top destinations.
The largest city in Myanmar is a perfect background of colonial architecture, cultural heritage and Modernisation. Starting with inspiring Buddhist mounument Shwe Dagon Pagoda, take a walking tour around the historic downtown area and chill out beside Kandawgyi lake. Nip across the Yangon river to Dalah, a slice of rural Myanmar.
Southern Myanmar experiences (Yangon + Golden rock + Hpa-an + Mawlamyine)
Explore thousands of ancient temples scattered across the country side, colorful murals and exterior platforms with Jaw-dropping views across the plain. For amazing views, sign up for a hot-air balloon ride OR climb sacred Mt. Poppa.
The cultural capital of Myanmar set beside the Ayeyarwady river offers an enchanting experience. You will find deep reservoir of Bamar culture, which apparent in countless Monasteries, Pagodas, workshops and teahouses. Can find best myanmar Handicrafts & Antiques. Historic sites around Mandalay have many attractions include U-Bein bridge.
Kalaw exhibits the heavy influence of the colonial period. The colonial-era buildings with time-old train tracks take tourists back in time. Can feel cool breeze of Shan mountainiuos beauty. People from ethnic groups living in the surrounding hills participate in the Kalaw market once every five days. During those days, the market becomes busy, active and colourful. Kalaw is the centre for most of the trekking activities in Myanmar.
Make a half day trip to this winding natural cave has tunnels lined with more than 8,000 Buddha images, made up of various materials like alabaster, teak, marble, brick, lacquer and cement. On the way Get relex at water fall and amazing Blue Water Lagoon.
See the breathtaking natural beauty of this lake and its surroundings and experience the ethnic heritage of the tribes living here.
Newly opened to tourists, most visitors arrives in Loikaw, by boat or road from Inle lake. Loikaw, the capital of Kayah State(smallest state) is home to distinctive ethnic groups. There are Kayah women wearing brass neck rings and Kayaw women who wear their traditional costumes with pride every day. Loikaw is surely the place to be for culture lover seeking for an authentic village experience.
Beaches are the most beautiful beach in Myanmar that lines the coast of the Gulf of Bengal.