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When is the Best Time to Visit Myanmar?

March 28, 2012 by Khiri Travel |

The best time to visit Myanmar is between June and September. Yes you read it right. We are recommending visiting Myanmar during the monsoon season. (That’s what we recommend to our friends.) The climate in central Myanmar (Bagan, Mandalay, Hsipaw, Kalaw, Inle Lake) is similar to Northern Thailand. This means refreshing rain every now and then from June to September. The rest of the day the weather is clear. It is always comfortably warm (but not as hot as March-April). There are fewer tourists (so you have a much better choice of hotel rooms). June to September is cheaper. And best of all, Myanmar is at its best – green and refreshing (less dusty and dry than in the winter). You don’t believe us? Come and visit us between June and September and see for yourself.

For more information about above tours which can also be organized privately, any day of the week, please contact Khiri Travel Myanmar General Manager, Edwin Briels: [email protected].

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