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Things to do In Myanmar

Discover Authentic Experiences in Myanmar with Wendy Wu Tours

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Coronavirus Update for Myanmar. Myanmar currently has one of the lowest rates of new infections with 337 new daily infections reported yesterday* which makes us optimistic that we will return to life as normal and be able to enjoy our dream holidays soon. *Correct as of 14 September 2020.

To make sure you truly immerse yourself in the culture of Myanmar we pack every single one of our tours to Myanmar with authentic cultural experiences.

We’ve highlighted our favourite ones on each tour but here are just a few examples of what you can look forward to…

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  • Bagan Sunset

    Enjoy a relaxing cruise down the Irrawaddy River, Myanmar's most important waterway, to gaze over the majestic temples of Bagan at the most beautiful time of day – as the sun sets.

  • Kalaw Hill Station

    Wander the charming hill station of Kalaw, enjoying the beautiful scenery, cool climate and the delightful colonial architecture, a legacy of Myanmar's time as part of the British Empire.

  • Ruins of Indein

    On the banks of Inle Lake, explore a lush hillside strewn with overgrown stupas and pagodas, that make up the beautiful and atmospheric ruins of Indein.

  • House of Memories Dining Experience

    Explore and dine on delicious local food at Yangon's 'House of Memories', a handsome teak mansion filled with antique furniture and fascinating memorabilia.

  • Inle Lake Cruise

    Navigate across the peaceful water of beautiful Inle Lake, passing through floating communities, examining the innovative floating gardens and glimpsing the daily life of the Intha people.

  • Irrawaddy Cruise

    Cruise down the busy waters of the mighty Irrawaddy to admire the huge Mingun Pagoda, a colossal but unfinished temple sat grandly on the river bank.