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Discover the best of Myanmar with these wide arrays of activities. Exciting times ahead…


Day Trip to Inle Lake

Enjoy the glittering blue waters of Myanmar’s second largest lake – Inle lake by taking a day trip to the site. The lake is surrounded by lush green hills all around. Take a boat ride on the lake and experience the life of the lakeside fishing villages. Various tour operators in Myanmar operate half-day and full-day trips to Inle Lake. We recommend choosing a trip with stops at local pagodas to add more excitement to your trip.


Where: Inle Lake

Visit The Golden Rock of Kyaik Hti Yoe

The golden rock of Kyaik Hti Yoe is an identity of Myanmar. It is a pagoda, which will be an exciting addition to your trip. It is believed that the pagoda contains the Buddha’s hair. It is a respected monument of the country. If you want a trip with a difference, you can hike to the boulder from the bottom of the mountain. The 16 km hike can be exhausting but definitely worth it. Enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the surrounding from the rock.


Where: Mon State


Shopping at Bogyoke Market

Shopaholic or not, Bogyoke Market has to feature in your itinerary when you visit Yangon. It is one of the largest markets in the country. Get transported into colonial time since the market building exhibits architecture and cobblestone streets. You can find antiques, Burmese handicrafts, jewellery shops, clothes and artefacts in the nooks and corners of this market. From local goods to foreign items, this market is heaven for shopaholics.


Where: Yangon


Trekking Adventure

Myanmar is a great destination for trek lovers. The picturesque Shan Hills, the hilly regions in Chin State and the stunning Himalayas in the north are home to several trekking routes. From easy walking to adventurous treks, Myanmar offers an array of opportunities for people who enjoy walking. Hsipaw in the Shan Hills is considered to be the primary trekking destination of the country. Hpa An, the capital of Kayin State, is another destination with amazing trekking routes. Hikers can also head to Inle Lake and Putao to enjoy walking in nature.

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