Myanmar is a land of ancient temples, floating villages, and vibrant cultures waiting to be discovered. With our 10-day itinerary, adventure-seekers, luxury travelers, and families alike can experience the best of what this fascinating country has to offer. From the bustling city of Yangon to the temples of Bagan, the cultural sites of Mandalay, and the stunning scenery of Inle Lake, you’ll be sure to have a memorable and immersive experience.
And with Pro Niti Travel, you can choose from either a small group tour or a private customized tour to suit your needs and preferences. So why not join us on a journey through the breathtaking landscapes and rich history of Myanmar? Let us show you why it’s a must-visit destination in Southeast Asia.
Here’s a suggested 10-day itinerary for Myanmar, catering to adventure-seekers, luxury travelers, and family travelers:
Day 1-2: Arrival in Yangon, sightseeing in the city
Visit the Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the most revered Buddhist sites in the world
Explore the colonial-era architecture in downtown Yangon
Visit Bogyoke Aung San Market for shopping and local street food
Take a stroll through Kandawgyi Lake and park to enjoy scenic views
Day 3-4: Fly to Bagan and explore the temples
Take a hot air balloon ride over the temples at sunrise (weather permitting)
Rent an e-bike and visit the most famous temples, such as Ananda Temple, Thatbyinnyu Temple, and Dhammayangyi Temple
Visit a local lacquerware workshop to learn about the traditional craftsmanship
Visit a local market to see the daily life of the Burmese people
Recommendation: Ballooning in Myanmar is one of the best experiences you should try during your time in Myanmar.
Day 5-6: Travel to Mandalay and visit cultural sites
Visit the Mahamuni Pagoda, one of the most revered Buddha images in Myanmar
Explore the ancient city of Amarapura, including the U Bein Bridge, the world’s longest teak bridge
Visit the Mandalay Palace and Shwenandaw Monastery
Take a day trip to the nearby hill station of Pyin Oo Lwin for cooler weather and scenic views
Day 7-8: Travel to Inle Lake and experience life on the water
Take a boat tour of the lake to visit floating villages, local markets, and traditional leg-rowing fishermen
Visit the Nga Hpe Chaung Monastery, also known as the “Jumping Cat Monastery,” to see the trained cats
Visit local workshops to see traditional weaving, silversmithing, and cigar-making techniques
Enjoy a sunset boat tour of the lake and experience the changing colors of the sky
Day 9-10: Return to Yangon and experience local life
Visit the Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, home to a 65-meter-long reclining Buddha statue
Visit the Bogyoke Aung San Museum to learn about the life of Myanmar’s independence hero
Visit the Kandawgyi Botanical Garden to see a variety of local flora and fauna
Take a cooking class to learn how to make traditional Burmese dishes
You can travel to Myanmar anytime to those destinations. The best time to visit Myanmar is from October to February when the weather is cooler and dry, making it easier to explore the sights and destinations.
“If you’re looking to explore the stunning landscapes and rich culture of Myanmar, I highly recommend traveling with a reputable tour operator such as Pro Niti Travel. With their expertise and local knowledge, you can feel confident and safe as you discover the best of what this fascinating country has to offer. From the ancient temples of Bagan to the stunning scenery of Inle Lake, Pro Niti Travel will provide a comprehensive and immersive experience.” – David From UK.
Whether you choose a small group tour or a private customized tour, Pro Niti Travel will ensure that you have the trip of a lifetime. Their knowledgeable guides will bring the history and culture of Myanmar to life while ensuring your safety and comfort every step of the way. With their commitment to sustainable and responsible tourism, you can rest assured that your travels will have a positive impact on the local communities you visit.
So if you’re looking for an unforgettable adventure in Myanmar, I highly recommend traveling with Pro Niti Travel. I’m sure you’ll come back with a wealth of memories and a deeper appreciation for this amazing country.