Destinations in Myanmar

Destinations in Myanmar


Yangon (formerly known as Rangoon) is the largest city in Myanmar (formerly Burma). A mix of British colonial architecture, modern high-rises and gilded Buddhist pagodas define its skyline. Its famed Shwedagon Paya, a huge, shimmering pagoda complex, draws thousands of pilgrims annually. The city's other notable religious sites include the Botataung and Sule pagodas, both housing Buddhist relics.


Bagan was the capital city of the Pagan Kingdom, the first Burmese kingdom, from 1044 until 1297. Today the area is home to more than 2,500 Buddhist stupas, temples and monasteries – the largest and densest concentration of Buddhist monuments in the world – but at the kingdom's height there were over 10,000. Bagan, the capital (from the 9th to 13th century) of the First Myanmar Empire located on the eastern bank of Ayeyarwaddy River in the central of Myanmar. It is a splendid and glorious capital and scattered with thousands of pagodas and monuments in every direction that you look. Bagan also stands as the richest archaeological site in South-East Asia and recognized as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 2019. The pagodas are still standing strong, even though several earthquakes have destroyed parts of the city and the major earthquakes in 1975.


The city is the capital and the largest city of Mon State and the main trading centre and seaport in south eastern Myanmar.The Strand Road is famous for sunset, cruising along the Thanlyin River to enjoying the lovely view of the city’s scenery and driving along the palm-lined roads visiting the war cemetery of World War II is exclusive visit of Mawlamyine.


Hpa-an is the capital and largest city of Kayin State (Karen State), Myanmar (Burma).With ancient monuments and beautiful landscapes to experience, Hpa An is a favourite among travellers and famous as a perfect weekend getaway for local people. Unique caves with thousands of Buddha stupas, a pagoda built on top of a rock in the middle of a lake, taking photos with the back ground of 2372 feet rising up Mt. Zwekabin, the monumental hills, wonderful caves, and charming lakes, taking canoe along the caves are making Hpa-an as a famous destination to be explore.

Inle Lake

Inle Lake is in the Shan Hills of Myanmar. At its southwestern edge, Phaung Daw Oo Paya is a tiered pagoda with gilded Buddha statues. In the hills, near the market town of Indein, the stupas of Shwe Inn Dein Pagoda resemble a field of gold spires. The ruined stupas at nearby Nyaung Ohak have been reclaimed by forest. Maing Thauk village is split between land and water, with a wooden bridge connecting the two halves. The unique technique of leg-rowing boat races, silk weaving looms and silver smith, rotating 5 days markets, chatting with ethnic peoples are the unforgettable experiences that you will get visit on the lake.


Loikaw is the home of long-neck women, the remote and sleepy capital of Kayah capital of Kayah State, and located in the Karen Hills area.It is the least visited place but one of the most picturesque places in Myanmar. It has Myanmar’s largest hydropower plant located 20 km east of Loikaw at Lawpita Falls.The places like Taung Kwe Pagoda, the beautiful sceneries lake and caves such as Htee Pwint Kan, Kyat Gyu Cave -a unique where there are old coffins from ancient times lying around the cave, trekking through the hills to see ethnic tribes are the most attractive places to visit in Loikaw.

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Tour Packages

Sri Ksetra, Kyaing Tong, Myeik, Chin Hill