Sunset fishermen at Inle Lake

Myanmar itineraries to inspire your trip

We built these sample itineraries based on our favourite experiences in Myanmar, but it’s not our job to tell you what to do.

Everyone travels in a different way, and we firmly believe that your trip should be built around your ideas — not ours. So get inspired by these routes, but don’t let them limit you.

Do you love getting off the beaten track? Start with Hidden Trails of Myanmar and go from there. Do you want to be sure to include the absolute highlights? Use Majestic Myanmar as your template, and we’ll add in some experiences tailored to you. There are no rules here, so let us know what you love and let’s see what we can create together.

£2,798
Cruise
Cruising
On the water
Relaxation
Scenery

Cruise between the jewel-like islands of the Mergui Archipelago, surrounded on all sides by the glittering Andaman Sea.

£1,075
Classic
Culture
History
Scenery

Mixing cities with countryside and history with culture, this is a classic introduction to the must-see highlights of Myanmar.

£1,908
Classic
Responsible entreprise

Focussing on the destinations featured in the writings of Rudyard Kipling, this trip is about colonial heritage in context.

£2,164
Classic
Culture
Food
Hands on

From BBQs to vineyards and from sausage-making to tea shops: discover an unexpected side of Myanmar through its food and drink.

£2,059
Activity
Classic
Active
Culture
Hands on
Wildlife

Let the kids discover Myanmar on this two-week trip to temples, fishing villages, beaches and the mighty Irrawaddy River.

£1,986
Activity
Classic
Culture
History
Responsible entreprise
Scenery

Venture off the well-beaten path into rural Myanmar where you’ll find remarkable ethnic minority groups and spectacular scenery.

£1,810
Classic
Active
Culture
Relaxation

This two-week trip covers the best of Myanmar’s historic and cultural sites, with a mix of cities, countryside and beach.

Explore more of Myanmar

Our favourite places in Myanmar

The largest country in Southeast Asia straddles a striking range of topographies. In the centre, a horseshoe of mountains surrounds an arid plateau. Fertile farmlands spread to the east and west, while everything gets that bit more humid and tropical amid the jungles and limestone karsts of the south.

Here's our guide to the best known, plus some lesser known favourites.

Inle Lake
The InsideAsia team in Bristol

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