Myanmar is a true stronghold of tradition. While society is changing everyday, the people remain devoted to their diverse culture, which has stood the test of time.

Ancient Sites

Myanmar will enchant you with it’s golden wonders. Witness the grandeur of the Shwedagon Paya, ponder the immensity of the 4000 stupas of Bagan, and contemplate the Golden Rock at Mt Kyaiktiyo, which challenges your understanding of gravity. In this deeply reverent country, such sites are of immense societal importance, and their guardians are held in the highest regard.

Modern Myanmar  

In 2015, the people of Myanmar held their first democratic elections in over 50 years. Internal regulations have been lessened, which has increased outside investment for the country. Nowadays, services like phone and internet are widely available in the main cities, though modern amenities and access for foreigners is restricted in other areas of the country. Myanmar is in the beginning stages of its development and will continue to change and modernize in the years to come

Traditional Myanmar

If you’ve travelled within other Southeast Asians countries beforehand, you will notice that Myanmar is quite unique in its ties to the old ways. You’ll find men wearing their traditional longyi (dress) and women’s faces painted with mud-like sunblock, which is also seen as beautiful in the eyes of the local people. Rickshaws and horse-drawn carriages still find their  way amidst cars in this complex and ever changing society.

Beauty Remains Intact

Enjoy a peaceful cruise down the Ayeyarwady River or relax at the beach on the Bay of  Bengal. Hike the Shan Hills, through old forests and ethnic villages, and talk to locals, who are as excited to meet you as you are to meet them.


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