Reasons to Visit Burma

  • Boat trips

    The famous Irrawaddy River flows through the heart of the country for 2,000km to a vast Delta region southwest of Rangoon and provides an important role in everyday life. A journey on this most majestic of rivers is a highlight of any trip.

    Boat trips
  • Hill tribes

    Burma is home to an astonishing number of ethnicities each with their own traditional dress and customs, and in many cases, language and religion. For the most rewarding encounters we recommend heading to the hills of Shan state where it’s possible to stay in remote villages and receive the most genuine of welcomes and hospitality.

    Hill tribes
  • History

    Burma is steeped in history and the legacy of various kingdoms and rule is very much in evidence throughout the country from former ancient capitals and grandiose royal palaces around Mandalay to the faded colonial grandeur of Rangoon’s municipal buildings built by British hands.

  • Local markets

    Whether you are shopping for gems in Rangoon’s Scott Market, betel nut in Kalaw or intricate lacquerware in Pagan there is no better way to immerse yourself in the way of life than to soak up the atmosphere of a local market.

    Local markets
  • Temples

    Wherever you travel in Burma you will only be footsteps away from a temple providing an opportunity to witness the quiet reverence of the Burmese people. Climb up to a viewpoint amongst the ancient stupas of Pagan at sunset, visit stilted temples by boat at Inle Lake or marvel at the shimmering Shwedagon Pagoda.


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Visit Lashio, Burma

Off the beaten track, Lashio and sees very few tourists, but you are sure to see many colourfully dressed minority people in the town's streets and markets.

Shan countryside on the Burma Road



Lashio is off the beaten track  and sees very few tourists.

The town itself is not of huge significance to the visitor but is worth a visit for its frontier atmosphere, being at the southern end of the Burma Road and the last major town before the Chinese border.

The hills that surround the town are home to many ethnic minorities and during your time here you are sure to see many colourfully dressed minority people in the town's streets and markets.

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