Gain deeper insight into the spiritual side of Myanmar culture with our local tours that explore Buddhist beliefs, fortune telling, traditional medicines and the importance of karma in everyday life.
Khiri Travel Myanmar believes in supporting local entrepreneurs and small businesses building a sustainable livelihood through tourism. Here is our new idea how to do this.
The Strand has been an institution in Yangon since 1901, when the Sarkies Brothers turned the one time horse stable into one of Asia’s most luxurious colonial era hotels. The hotel is located in historic downtown Yangon facing the river on Strand Road.
With the refreshing rebirth of the Yangon art scene, Khiri Travel now offers two new tours that celebrate galleries, artists and puppeteers!
Located in downtown Yangon, this charming accommodation is designed with style and comfort while retaining the old character of the building.
A visit to Yangon’s Shwedagon Pagoda, a massive glittering stupa, is a dream destination for overwhelming impressions and beautiful photographs.
A new hospitality-training center in Mae Sot provides career opportunities for Karen youth besides being a great destination for sustainable tourism.
Yangon’s city silhouette is a combination of fine colonial architecture with traditional and modern cultural influences that give the city a distinctive character.
In the evening the aroma of burning incense welcomes visitors at the gate of Shwedagon Pagoda. The neighbourhood streets fill with people out for a stroll or to seek out Yangon’s growing nightlife scene.
For travelers who want to sample local snacks, Yangon’s 19th Street in Chinatown is the place to go. Street vendors are always nearby selling their snacks while locals and foreigners alike are washing them down with glasses of local Myanmar beer.