Thambuddhei pagoda, Monywa,Myanmar
Often described as a ‘golden land’ Myanmar is situated at the crossroads of the great civilisations of India and China and looks out onto the vast Indian Ocean next to Thailand.

Although it has only recently emerged as South East Asia’s most enticing destination to visit, it is one of the region’s largest and most culturally diverse countries. From the sparkling islands of the Andaman Sea in the south, right up into the Eastern Himalayan mountain range, Myanmar covers a mesmerising spectrum of geographic and cultural settings. No wonder Rudyard Kipling once described it as ‘quite unlike any land you will ever know.’

MYA - Ngapali Beach  Myanmar

Buddha old Myanmar

As this ancient nation undergoes a much longed for social, political and economic transformation, its many mysteries can once again be re-discovered and enjoyed. Rich in archaeological sites, glittering pagodas, colourful festivals and breath-taking art work, Myanmar is also blessed with an awe-inspiring range of lush fertile plains, vast virgin jungles, majestic snow-capped mountains, pristine beaches alongside crystal clear waters, fresh, fragrant pine trees and sunflowers twisting with joy in the abundant sunshine.

Despite these riches however, as the country opens up to the world it is its wonderfully gracious and hospitable people that often leave the most lasting impression. During this unique stage in its history, it is hard to think of another country in the world that merits a visit quite as much as golden Myanmar.

Inle Lake Myanmar

Myanmar ethnic

ancient temple in Bagan after sunset Myanmar

Buphaya Pagoda at sunset in Bagan Myanmar