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  • Myanmar is a vast land which still keeps its charm of traditional value, custom and culture. Visitors will be amazed and bewitched by the beauty of the unspoilt land, pristine nature, many important ancient cities, religious sites and friendly people.

    Among many scenic destinations and amazing sites, the shinning and sparkling golden spire of Shwedagon pagoda towering over the blue sky of Yangon, the living treasure trove of ancient temples of Bagan, the last Burmese capital of Myanmar Kings, Mandalay holding breat importance as cultural and religious centre, beautiful hills of Shan Plateau. Famous for its unique leg rowing technique of Inthars dwelling on the Inle lake, unspoilt and untouched white sandy beaches, the magical Golden Rock Pagoda pearching on the edge of huge rock, the ancient city of Rakhine in the western part of Myanmar known for its old temples with wall paintings of Indian cultural influence, snow-capped Mt.Khakaborazi in the northern part of Myanmar and Magwei Archipalego comprising over 800 gorgeous islands int he southern tip of Myuanmar are awaiting for travellers around the globe.

    Morever, one can also enjoy to observe the life style of 135 ethnic groups, their colorful costumes and traditions.

    We warmly welcome you to come to Myanmar and enjoy your holiday in this enchanting land with its warm and friendly people. We gaurantee that your visit to Myanmar will be overwhelmed with feeling of saticfactory and than you’re expected. Enjoy your holiday in Myanmar to escape from the stressful and bustling life of busy world.

    We assure you, your precious holiday visit to Myanmar will be very memorable, emotional and personal.

    As the saying goes, “Seeing believes”. Please come and take the real experience of your own.

    We wish you a truly inspirational journey…!

  • Traveling is a positive experience for everyone, and it allows us to experience other cultures and open our eyes when it comes to our own.

    It has been said that the more we travel, the more experience and therefore, the more we learn.

    The country has a rich culture vastly different to that of the west, unique traditions that have stood the test of time, majestic religious monuments and a fascinating, if at times tragic, history. The landscapes are diverse, from pristine beaches to towering mountains, and the people are diverse as well with more than 300 ethnic groups residing within Myanmar’s borders. And the gentle nature and warm hospitality of the locals never fails to impress visitors. There truly is something for everyone.

    There is also no better time to come and experience Myanmar. The country is undergoing a slow but noticeable transition, bringing about positive improvements for locals and visitors alike.

    Infrastructure improvements: Roads are being upgraded, airports are being expanded and new hotels are opening everywhere. Although power cuts are still a part of daily life, they are shorter and less frequent than in the past.

    Communications improvements: A few years ago, staying in touch with friends and family back home was virtually impossible for visitors. These days the internet has vastly improved and internet cafes are everywhere. International telecommunication companies are working on improving mobile phone coverage, creating affordable SIM cards and opening international roaming for the first time.

    New destinations: The government has been lifting travel restrictions on remote areas, allowing foreigners to now explore new corners of the country.

    Growing cultural scene: With censorship all but eliminated, Myanmar’s arts scene has exploded in recent years. Yangon and Mandalay, in particular, are home to dozens of art galleries and live music concerts, stage performances and lectures are held with regular frequency.

    However with growth does come some negative effects: slowly western-influence is spreading in to the daily life with an increasing number of people shunning the traditional Myanmar longyi for jeans. Historic buildings are being torn down to make way for new, high-rise buildings. Popular tourist sites are seeing more and more tour buses.

    To put it simply, if you are interested in an untouched culture, beautiful architecture, witnessing an incredible mix of people and ethnic tribes, and want to see the ‘real’ Asia, give Myanmar a go. Now is the time and we’re confident that you’ll love it! A trip to Myanmar is more than a holiday; it’s an experience to be remembered forever.

  • Myanmar is a country in Southeast Asia, formerly known as Burma. Previously an independent kingdom, Burma was annexed by the British Empire into the colony of India in 1886. The occupation brought social, economic, cultural and administrative changes to the once-feudal society. The Japanese Empire invaded and occupied the country during World War II but it was returned to British control until independence in 1948.

    The name of the country was changed in 1989 by the ruling military government, officially recognized by the United Nations. Some national governments, such as Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, and much of the Burmese population do not recognize this name change, since they do not recognize the military government.

    Despite multiparty elections in 1990 that resulted in the main opposition party winning a decisive victory, the military junta refused to hand over power.

    Key opposition leader and Nobel Peace Prize recipient AUNG San SuuKyi, has been set under house arrest from 1989 to 1995, and was again placed under house detention in September 2000; her supporters are routinely harassed or jailed. In 2011 the military junta was dissolved following a general election in 2010 and a civilian government has been installed.

  • Myanmar Facts & Information

    Area 676,577 sqkm
    Capital Naypyitaw
    Fomer Capital Yangon ( the main gateway to Myanmar)
    Population 55 million (2008)
    Language The official language is Myanmar and English is widely understood
    in big cities.
    Religion 89% Buddism, 5% Christian, 3% Muslim and the rest are hindunism
    and Animists
    Climate Tropical Monsoon
    Seasons Hot season – March to May
    Rainy season – June to October
    Cold season – November to Feburary
    Average Temperature Ċ in hot season
    Ċ in hot season
    Ċ in hot season
    Visa Visas are issued at Myanmar Embassiesor consulate in foreign
    countries .Visa on arrival can also be applied on case by case basis.
    Airport tax USD 10 for International Departures.
    Currency Myanmar Local currency is Kyat which comprises 100 pyas.
    Notes: 1000Kyats,500Kyats,200Kyats,100Kyats,90Kyats,50kyats,45Kyats,
    Business Hours 09:30 -04:30 (Government offices)
    09:00 – 05:00 ( Private Companies)
    10:00- 02:00 ( Banks)
    Saturday & Sunday are weekend holiday.
    Private firms close on Sunday.
    Time difference 6 1/2 +GMT
    Bangkok Time – 30 min
    Singapore Time – 1HR
    Traveller’s cheques & Credit Cards Traveller’s cheques are accepted only a few hotels. Credits are no more accepted except some big hotels and souvenier shops.
    Customs 400 Cigarettes, 100 cigars or 1/2 lb of tobaccos, 2 quarts of alcoholic liquer,1 pint bottle of perfume allowed to be imported.
    Tipping Tipping isn’t obligatory but is widely practised.
    Airport taxis A non-metered taxi from Yangon international airport into twon,16 km away, costs US$ 5 and takes 20 minutes . Some big hotels
    provide airport pickups for booked guests.
    Locat transport Taxis are available for going around.
    Hotels & Guest Houses There are many hotels and guest houses ranging form
    charging from US S 5 a night to luxurious 5 – star hotels.

    Visa Information

    There are two types of Myanmar Visa called EVT(Package) and EVT(FIT) visa.

    EVT ( Package )

    You can apply Myanmar visa at Myanmar Embassy or consulate with prior arrangements and confirmation from us. We will be providing a confirmation letter to the Embassy for those clients who bought a tour from us. A copy of the letter will be send to you by fax or e-mail. We need full name, passport numbers, nationality and 3 Photos.

    EVT ( FIT)

    This visa can apply at every Myanmar Embassy or consulate by submitting passport and 3 photographs! Visa fee is USD 20. It was necessary to change USD 200 in to equivalent 200 FEC compulsorily till last Sep 2003. Now government relaves it. You don’t need to change FEC 200 on arrival at Yangon Airport. We encourage you to apply EVT( Package ) visa.


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