MYANMAR HOLIDAYS

One of the least visited countries in Asia, Myanmar is a mystical land where the traditional ways of the continent are still very much alive.
Myanmar Holidays
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Myanmar Hotels
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Areindmar Hotel, Bagan

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Areindmar Hotel
Situated amongst the ancient temples and pagodas of Myanmar, the Areindmar Hotel and offers guests the most stylish boutique hotel in Bagan....
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Aureum Palace Hotel

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Aureum Palace Hotel Bagan
This luxury Myanmar escape is located in the city of Bagan, amongst the ancient temples dating back to the 11th century....
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Swimming Pool Area at Aureum Palace Resort & Spa Inle

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Aureum Palace Resort & Spa Inle
Situated on the beautiful Inle Lake the Aureum Palace features 65 villas in the lake and on the shore, offering guests stunning views...
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Garden Bungalow at Bayview Beach Resort

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Bayview Beach Resort
Bayview Beach Resort is located on the beautiful Ngapali Beach, this 4-star boutique hotel offers guests a tranquil escape in the Rakhine state...
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Pool Area

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Chatrium Hotel
Situated in the former capital of Myanmar, the Chatrium Hotel boasts views over the Kandawgui Lake, Shwedagon Pagoda and the city....
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Swimming pool at Hotel By The Red Canal

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Hotel By The Red Canal
Located a few minutes from the Mandalay Palace this boutique hotel is a quiet sanctuary, set amongst lush tropical gardens and water features....
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Corner Deluxe Room

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Mandalay Hill Resort
Located in magnificent destination of Mandalay, the hotel offers panoramic views of Pagodas and the Royal Palace....
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Sanctum Inle Resort

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Sanctum Inle Resort
Sanctum Inle Resort is situated half on land, half over water and is the perfect sanctuary by the beautiful Inle Lake....
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Club Suite at Sule Shangri-La Yangon

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Sule Shangri-La Yangon
Located in downtown Yangon, just a 10-minutes drive from tourist sites such as Shwedagon Pagoda, the People’s Park and the Kandawgui Lake....
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The Hotel @ Tharabar Gate

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The Hotel @ Tharabar Gate
The Hotel @ Tharabar Gate, located in the ancient capital, Old Bagan, just a short 5 minute walk away from the magnificent Ananda Temple....
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The Savoy Hotel
The Hotel Savoy can be found in the old capital of Yangon, and is positioned near to the famous Shwedagon Pagoda....
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Myanmar Holidays


One of the least visited countries in Asia, Myanmar is a mystical land where the traditional ways of the continent are still very much alive.

The former British colony of Burma is steeped in history, culture and deep-rooted Buddhist beliefs. Come here to explore her vibrant cities and take in the stunning scenery of this untouched Asian landscape.

When To Get The Best Of Myanmar

The dry season between November and March rewards travellers with the best of Burma’s weather.

Myanmar's Cultural Cities

The cultural heritage of this diverse country is ever present in Burma’s extraordinary cities. From the colonial history of Yangon, through to the ancient temples of Bagan, you’ll discover this country through its cities and experience the communities that thrive within them.

Call our travel specialists for more advice about planning your holiday to Myanmar (Burma), as well as when is the best time to go.


Myanmar Guide 


Why Myanmar?

For many years, Myanmar was a difficult country to visit, as the regime shunned foreign visitors and a boycott campaign ensured responsible tourists stayed away. However, all this changed with the release of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi in November 2010. And the country looks set to see a tourism boom in the coming decade.

Bagan will be set to rival the temples of Angkor as a must-see heritage destination in the region and beautiful Inle Lake is likely to become a popular ecotourism destination. As the world wakes up to this enigmatic, emerging country, there will be challenges ahead as demand initially outstrips supply when it comes to hotel beds and airline seats. However, for those willing to travel off-the-beaten-track or downgrade their accommodation for a unique experience, a visit to Myanmar will be a visit to an older, more authentic Asia.

When is the best time to visit Myanmar?

Myanmar's climate is characterised by three distinct seasons. The rainy season extends from May to October. It is followed by a short, cool dry season from November to January, which develops into a hot dry season from February to May. Average daytime temperatures generally range from 25C to 30C, but can drop to 20C during the coolest months and hit 40C during the peak of the dry season. In the mountains of the far north, temperatures can drop to freezing in the winter and snow-capped mountains are visible from Putao.

How do I get to Myanmar?

There are currently two international gateways to Myanmar. Yangon International Airport serves the capital of Yangon and is accessible from the UK on Singapore Airlines via Singapore, Thai Airways via Bangkok, Qatar Airways via Doha and Malaysia Airlines via Kuala Lumpur.

Fewer flights operate from Europe into Mandalay International Airport. Currently you can only fly in on Singapore Airlines via Singapore.

 

 

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