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.
As Myanmar goes to the polls on November 8, ten people in its tourism sector pinpoint how the radical changes in the country since 2011 have affected them and what their hopes are for the future.
To fully grasp the essence of Yangon’s Buddhist pagoda takes more than a visit to the main platform. Our signature tour unlocks the hidden secret behind the spiritual core of Shwedagon Pagoda.
Two young women from a European students travel group discuss a recent photo contest and what they were thinking about when they captured their prize-winning photographs.
Looking for a fun hiking tour where collecting and catching your own food is involved? Then this one’s for you. Our newest tour leads you through the forests near Kuang Si Waterfall. After about 90 minutes of hiking, you arrive at a scenic spot near a river, where you can learn how the locals catch fish.
Culinary tours, especially in Southeast Asia are the rage. Here are some fun ideas for cooking workshops and foodie tours in Mandalay and the countryside of Shan State in Myanmar.
Read this short blog by our Assistant Sales & Reservations Manager at Khiri Travel Myanmar. Zaw Min Oo (Jack) reports on the recent donation trip initiated by Khiri Travel Myanmar’s staff plus family and friends.
The great historian and British Burma expert, J. S. Furnivall, once interpreted markets in Myanmar as places where all the individual ethnic groups of Myanmar “meet, but only in the market place, in buying and selling.” Indeed, local markets paint a picture of this multi-ethnic society that is Myanmar.
Revisit the architecture and elegance of colonial times in Asia. One of Khiri Travel Myanmar’s signature experiences is the “Yangon Heritage Walk”. It combines two interesting themes reminiscent of a bygone era: Tea and Architecture.