Since opening to the world in 2012, after decades of military rule, Myanmar is working hard to claim its spot on the world map, even though internal conflicts continue to haunt the country. Plugged-in travelers, however, cannot help but be bowled over by Myanmar’s cultural riches, like the crumbling beauty of Yangon, temple-strewn fields of Bagan, ancient capital of Mandalay and on-the-water gardens of Inle Lake.

  • Perfect for
    Adventurers | Art Lovers | Do Gooders | Trailblazers | Soul Searchers
  • When to go
    December-February | September-November
  • Ideal length of stay
    1 Week

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  • Member Stories

    “Inle Lake was the highlight of the trip for the whole family. The weaving village of Inpawkhone was also amazing, since my daughter studies textiles, and I loved the artisanal workshop where we learned to roll our own natural cigarettes. Overall, our trip to Myanmar was pure perfection.”
    Grimanesa Amoros, member since 2014
Melissa Biggs Bradley
“Adventurous souls who can handle changes in plans, are open to discovery and appreciate the magic of foreign encounters will find themselves enchanted just as Rudyard Kipling was when he immortalized the country in writing.”
Sudha Shah, author of The King in Exile
“There is a beauty to Mandalay’s location on the mighty Irrawaddy, the arterial river that runs almost vertically through Burma. I’m captivated by the folklore that led to the founding of the city.”

What To Read

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