Luxurious And Very Hospitable Travel to Myanmar Tours This Year A famous writer once proclaimed on his Travel to Myanmar, that this is one place which was quite “unlike” any other land he has set foot on, and yes you guessed it right, the famous writer is Rudyard Kipling.
Why Myanmar this year?
For many decades this jewel of spectacular wonders was hidden from people, but in this day and age has opened up to the world. She now reveals her splendid beauty and astonishing natural warmth, with amazing cultural heritage that can match no other. The land boasts of a culture more than two thousand five hundred years, full of mystery and magnificence, she sets the benchmark for being sublime and timeless with her temples and landscapes.
Hospitable and warmth
No matter where in Myanmar you choose to be, you would always see smiling doe eyed locals greeting you and being very inquisitively loving. They love to share their cultural aspects and would ensure that their charms and beauty take over you as well. The country is very intriguing and welcomes you with an appeal which would be far from what the modern developments would offer, luxurious travel nevertheless is guaranteed.
Shop around for local items
Myanmar is a shopper’s paradise for all things ethnic, unique and beautiful. Right from lacquer ware to exotic pieces of jewelry in silver, and even local handmade crafts and fabrics too, there is so much you can take back home as memories. Gemstones too would be available abundantly across the land, but ensure you pick the right ones.
Famous places of interest in Myanmar
a. The place has over 5000 Buddhist monuments, seat of Buddhist learning and spirituality along the river Ayeyarwady.
b. Plenty of temples and pagodas built by the erstwhile rulers of the place
c. World heritage site
d. Each of the monuments you see here are unique in conception and design from one another
e. Amazing view of the sunrise and sun set amidst temples that glow
a. Close to the Chinese border and in Kachin, home to ethnic minorities
b. Local ferry trips to Mandalay for Bhamo through jungles, rocky gorges and dense bamboo forests
c. Trail along the Ledo Road also known as the old caravan route
d. Rocky mountains along the banks of the Ayeyarwady river
3) Lake Inle
a. Lake Inle has more than a hundred villages, with the Intha tribe inhabiting around
b. On stilts floats the villages that are supported by silt and water hyacinth, quite a splendor to see
c. Photographers, amateur and professionals throng this site for their passion
d. One leg rowing or “leg-rowers” is the attraction at Lake Inle
a. Royal history and amazing spiritual culture and traditions to be found here. Check the famous Golden Palace Monastery for the wonder carvings on wood.
b. Mahamuni Pagoda has the most worshipped statue of the Gautama Buddha here.
c. Oriental bazaars happen every day to keep shoppers happy
d. The Sagaing Hill shows you breathtaking views of the famous Ayeyarwady River and the sights of the land.
a. Old colonial structures and buildings
b. Streets lined with lush green trees
c. Markets are bustling
d. Lakes are serene and tranquil
e. Glistening pagodas and temples check the Shwedagon Pagoda as mentioned by Somerset Maugham, a famous writer.
And this is just the tip of the iceberg for your plans to embark on a Myanmar travel adventure.