2020 sees more travelers exploring the lesser-known destinations within Myanmar including areas in the Shan State.
2019 has been an exciting year for the tourism and hospitality industry in Myanmar with Bagan included as a UNESCO heritage site.
Boat trips to the diverse landscape and hiking in comfort deliver alternative insights into the Inle-Samkar-Pekon lakes region.
In the hills of southern Shan State in Myanmar, both Samkar Lake and Pekon Lake had been off limits for travellers until a few years ago.
Discover the ethnic Shan and Intha people with this biking and boating experience around Inle Lake.
Get a whole new perspective on the wonders of Myanmar with one of Khiri Travel’s unique tours for first-time travellers – putting famed destinations and celebrated hotspots in a whole different light.
Myanmar’s isolated Kayah State is home to the Kayan people, a sub-group of the Karenni, who still practice animism, erect totem poles and rely on their own herbal medicines and remedies to survive.
Located in one of Myanmar’s most breathtaking lakeside locations is The Inle Sanctuary,
This small lodge near Inle Lake is a hidden secret when traveling between the Palaung tribes in Kayah State and the iconic lake in Shan State.
After escorting a BBC film crew through Shan State, Khiri Travel can now obtain a special travel permit to access remote areas of eastern Myanmar.