Our Myanmar team has some new overland travel opportunities in between Yangon and Bagan that offer exploration of formerly “hidden” rural towns, heritage sites and rewarding encounters with local people.
Here is a tour that reveals some secret places in Bagan that only a few have seen. Spend the day with a guide exploring away from the crowds.
Riverboat trip, local cottage industries, markets, a lunch fit for a king, and a temple in a police compound, all part of new ‘away from the crowds’ experiences in Myanmar.
Here is a highly recommended villa accommodation in Bagan inspired with the spirit of 19th century travel and adventure.
This charming new boutique hotel has a great location accessible to Mandalay and Bagan with an emphasis on peaceful seclusion in a rural village.
No Internet or modern facilities. Trekking on foot through remote villages. This one of a kind adventure experience traverses one of the last frontiers of Southeast Asia.
Shwedagon Pagoda is not only the most famous icon of Myanmar, this golden monument in Yangon is a highly revered site for Buddhist pilgrims from near and far.
In this weekly series counting down to the Myanmar General Election on November 8, meet guide Min Min who sees people improving their lives because of tourism.
In this weekly series counting down to the Myanmar General Election on November 8, Kyaw Tin tells us about the change he went through in the last 10 years going from farmer to licensed tour guide.
Help us encourage travelers to go beyond Bagan and spread their support to Myanmar people. Due to serious drought in Bagan’s surrounding villages, a campaign to build water wells funded by donations and responsible travel was initiated by Khiri Travel Myanmar and our guests.