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This was one of the most AMAZING experiences of my life! Everything was perfectly organized and our guide (Min Aye Than) had the knowledge of a college professor and the eye of a professional photographer. See Myanmar soon, as big changes are already happening! The people are warm and friendly, the food is always fresh and incredibly inexpensive, and the scenery is breathtaking. Exceeded all of my expectations! A trip, a journey, an ADVENTURE!
Mark, 23 Jun, 2013 Feel the Burm
I couldn't recommend this trip highly enough. I have done a lot of travelling in my time and visited many countries and I have to say that Burma (Myanmar) has definitely shot to the top of the list. This trip was a great way to get an insight into an amazing country.
Laura, 23 Jun, 2013 Feel the Burm
Rudyard Kipling and George Orwell have spent time in and written about it, so Burma’s alright in our book. Speaking of books, if Burma was a novel, it’d be an epic tale of a country torn between good and evil, which is basically what it was until very recently.
But the country’s dramatic past doesn’t stop the locals from smiling, especially when they’re welcoming visitors to their incredible shores.
Get to Inle Lake, cruise the Irrawaddy River, grab some wares in the Bogyoke Aung San Market and take in more temples than you can shake a statue of the Buddha at.
Do not pass Pagan’s 2000 Pagodas, do not collect $200.
Since I'm fresh off the plane from the very rad 'Feel the Burm' trip, I figured I might as well go with the old adage 'a picture tells a thousand words'. Yay for Instagram. ... Read more on the blog
You’re a satay connoisseur, regularly grab Rogan Josh on the run, break fortune cookies by the handful and can smell Vietnamese mint from a mile off, but you’ve probably never said “let’s get Burmese for dinner tonight”. ... Read more on the blog
From steaming jungle to palm-fringed beach, ancient empire ruin to bustling market and Buddhist temple to mighty metropolis, South East Asia is the classic adventure travel destination.
Climb Mount Kinabalu and meet orang-utans and headhunters in Borneo; drift through floating markets and spiritual splendour in Burma; explore ancient Ankor Wat and bustling Phnom Penh in Cambodia; tube down the Mekong River and swim beneath waterfalls in Laos; trek to hill tribes, bamboo raft down rivers and bask on beautiful beaches in Thailand; crawl through Viet Cong tunnels and get tailor-made clothes in Vietnam; surf perfect waves and walk the mighty Buddhist stupas in Indonesia; and travel across the Malay highlands to the island city of Singapore: South East Asia is diverse, exciting and glorious, full of diverse friendly folk, food and fun, and an experience you’ll never forget.View all South East Asia trips
Inle Lake is a pretty spectacular place to spend some time. It's also a pretty spectacular place to do some stuff ... Read more on the blog
Animal transfiguration, super strength hair follicles, self-mummification, power of the mind dry-cleaning - welcome to Buddhism school, rookie. ... Read more on the blog
Burma (Myanmar) is a South East Asian country totally unlike any of its neighbours. Here are six things you'll probably learn there. ... Read more on the blog
Directed by James Holman, a New Zealand-based cinematographer, this 13-minute documentary highlights a Yangon youth subculture you wouldn't expect to exist. ... Read more on the blog
It’s pretty much impossible to waste time in Rangoon. Trust us, we’ve tried. ... Read more on the blog
Burma's a place of much history, much beauty and many facts. ... Read more on the blog