Myanmar (Burma) honeymoons
For a honeymoon that includes the perfect combination of relaxation, luxury and adventure, you need look no further than Myanmar (Burma).
Stay at outstanding colonial-era hotels, remote mountain eco-lodges, luxurious river cruise liners, and desert island resorts. Take a sunset cruise on the Irrawaddy River, visit a local winery overlooking stunning Inle Lake, and float in a hot air balloon over the spectacular plains of Bagan. Take high tea at the magnificent Strand Hotel, enjoy a romantic beachside dinner for two, or get stuck in to a cookery class at Pindaya Village. Everybody's different - so whatever your ideal honeymoon involves, our Myanmar (Burma) specialists will be happy to plan the perfect trip for you.
Recommended Honeymoons Experiences
For an unforgettable honeymoon, visit Myanmar (Burma). The patchwork plains of Bagan and serene waters of Inle Lake are waiting for you both.
Travel through Myanmar (Burma) in style, with beautiful colonial hotels, delicious Burmese cuisine, and a range of exclusive cultural experiences.
Honeymoons accommodation across Myanmar
Villa Inle Resort & Spa (Inle Lake)
The delightful Villa Inle Resort is perhaps our favourite option on beautiful Lake Inle. Service is welcoming and attentive from the moment of arrival by long-tail boat, guided in by traditional leg-rowing oarsman. The individual villas are light and furnished in an elegant, contemporary style. Lakefront villas are particularly special, with spacious private verandas providing the perfect spot from which to relax as the sun sets over the lake.
Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort (Bagan)
Located on the banks of the Irrawaddy the Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort offers a peaceful setting with sunset views.
The Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort is the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding pagodas and temples. The resort extensions over nine acres of landscaped gardens with a large swimming pool overlooking the river, a great space for relaxing. The guest room are beautifully decorated and spacious, the bungalows style river view rooms offer spectacular sunset and river views and suites are worth upgrading to. The restaurant serves fresh meals throughout the day, with a large dinning terrace and produce is supplied from the resorts own vegetable garden.
Sandoway Resort (Ngapali)
Located on Burma's pristine Ngapali beach, lapped by the warm, clear waters of the Bay of Bengal, is the charming Sandoway Hotel. This relaxing coastal getaway was one of the first properties in the area, and has earned an excellent reputation for both its setting and fine service. The boutique property offers a range of individual two-storey villas and cottages set amid lush tropical gardens, some looking out over the beach. This is a wonderful option for a few days of relaxation after a tour of Burma's glorious landscapes.
Ngapali Bay Villas & Spa (Ngapali)
This simple yet stylish resort offers guests a cool and sophisticated haven here in Ngapali. There are just 36 villas here, each with polished teak flooring, high ceilings and wonderful feature beds in the centre of the room. The use of greenery, young banana trees and lotus plants in the grounds ties in perfectly with the light greens and white colour theme used throughout this boutique hotel. The bar & restaurant faces the shore and is the perfect place to watch the sunset. There is also a swimming pool available for guests.
Thande Beach Resort (Ngapali)
Located directly on Ngapali Beach, the lovely Thande Beach Resort is renowned for its warm Burmese welcome. All 38 bungalows are elegantly furnished with polished teak, rattan furniture and traditional local handicrafts and have private terraces overlooking the Bay of Bengal; the perfect spot for a sundowner. The peaceful restaurant serves up seafood fresh from the ocean and both traditional Burmese and local Rakhine cuisine.
Burma Boating (Myeik Archipelago)
The small fleet of elegant yachts owned and operated by the Burma Boating company offers a unique opportunity to explore the beautiful and as yet largely undeveloped Mergui Archipelago is considerable style and comfort. Scheduled itineraries of 3, 5 or 6 night operate throughout the sailing season from October to May, or private charters can be arranged with personalised itineraries arranged to suit your available time and interests. This is a spectacular way to explore one of Asia's most incredible gems.