Myanmar’s ‘green season’ is not only a refreshingly beautiful time of year to visit, clients get to take advantage of all sorts of benefits, including great hotel deals, longer days, cool weather and fewer tourists.
A spectacular region known for its trekking, the Danu Trails is a network of hiking routes in Myanmar’s Shan Hills that is home to pristine forests, rural valleys and the friendly isolated communities of the ethnic Danu people.
Specialist WWII battlefield tour operator in Imphal, North East India, now offers tours into Myanmar to give tourists a fuller picture of the decisive
Experience Bagan in the cool of the evening as night falls and the mystical grandeur of its ancient temple ruins and sacred monuments comes into its own – a magical time with no distractions.
Khiri Travel Myanmar’s alternative road trip from Mandalay to Bagan is a unique opportunity for visitors to explore several fascinating ancient sites, while also learning a thing or two about conservation.
Myanmar’s Thingyan Water Festival, which marks Burmese New Year, is four days of wild, fun-filled water throwing, celebrated on the streets of major cities – a carnival-style event to which everyone is welcome!
The rolling hills around Pindaya, a town in the west of Shan State, are a beautifully green and scenic part of Myanmar’s rural countryside, a perfect location for Khiri Travel’s leisurely two-hour bike ride and cave tour.
Join Khiri Travel Myanmar’s half-day tour to Bagan and learn about the macabre and scary stories of superstitious kings, brutal conquerors, jealous princes and haunted temples where locals fear to tread!
World Water Day is about taking action to tackle the world’s growing water crisis. Today, there are over 2.1 billion people living without access to safe water supplies in the proximity to their homes.
Khiri Travel Myanmar’s unique trip links the ancient kingdoms of Bagan and Mrauk U via a challenging route that takes visitors to the far west of the country through the Chin and Arakan ranges.