Zaw Min Oo “Jack” of Khiri Travel Myanmar Sales & Marketing Department writes about the first aid training he and his colleagues underwent at the Myanmar Red Cross in Yangon and the importance of first aid skills in many different situations.
Every month we put the spotlight on one of the key players who make it happen for your privileged clients. This month, get to know Nina, and her optimistic attitude for life.
In Myanmar, we actively seek responsible tourism projects to encourage community-based tourism (CBT). Read his blog post by General Manager Edwin
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.
Khiri Travel Myanmar gives the opportunity for travelers to book a special blessing at the Shwedagon Pagoda. This tour will be a special day to remember for newlyweds on a honeymoon to Yangon beginning their married life together.
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.
The Myanmar Travel Agent association announced that a pre-approved tourist visa on arrival will no longer be issued for new applications.
Mad dogs and Englishmen spring to mind, the famous song by Nöel Coward, however instead of the mid-day sun we were greeted on the first of our twelve-day journey with a tropical downpour with such velocity that it sent everyone scurrying for cover and their umbrellas.