Things to do in Burma

Commercially things to do in Burma are constantly developing, making the here and now the ideal time to visit. As such it is a country rich in traditions, yet one that has only just started to attract visitors for a life embracing it’s natural beauty.

 

There is a deep history with Burma, officially known as Myanmur. In fact, changes to life in Myanmur can be pinpointed as recent as 2015. The year in which the country voted in its first democratically elected government since the 1940’s.

 

The result being a shift in things to do in Burma, where a more traditional lifestyle has started to overlap with modern technology. It’s hard to imagine such daily conveniences such as mobile phones and internet access were almost unheard of until the last few years.

 

It’s a nation that has become as intriguing for tourists as the inhabitants themselves. Traditional values and ways of life feature national dress, as well as streets where the horse and cart is still more common than the automobile. All of which will be uncovered when you book a tour in Burma.

 

When it comes to things to do in Burma (Mynanmur) then be prepared to travel at a relaxed pace. Enjoy a journey along the Irrawaddy river, watch the world go by on the beaches or take a seat in the many teahouses.

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Inle Lake's Hidden Gem: Boat Trip to Sagar

Inle Lake's Hidden Gem: Boat Trip to Sagar

8 Hours

Explore Sagar village, located far south on the magical Inle lake. Here you will experience the well-preserved traditions of various ethnic groups. Sagar is definitely an off-the-beaten-path destination - only a few tourists come here.

Cultural Charm of Yangon: Full-day Sightseeing Tour

Cultural Charm of Yangon: Full-day Sightseeing Tour

8 Hours

The largest city of Myanmar is the most important cultural and trade center of the country. Yangon rewards its visitors with a pleasant mix of colonial architecture, multiculturalism and significant religious sites.

UNESCO World Heritage Bagan: Archaeological Temples by E-Bike

UNESCO World Heritage Bagan: Archaeological Temples by E-Bike

6 Hours

Explore the archaeological sites of the ancient city by e-bike. This is not only a very sustainable way of traveling. You will also explore Bagan off the beaten track and discover many hidden temples and pagodas, where most of the tourists do not visit.