If you want to see this fascinating country you're going to have to travel. Below are various travel tips and hints at how to make your Burmese trip optimum.Read More
- Flight of the Gibbon™ Zipline Tour
- Elephant Jungle Trekking & River Rafting Full-Day Tour
- Excursion to Ancient Temples
- Full-Day Excursion to Chiang Rai & Golden Triangle
- Night Safari Tour
- Mountain Bike Tour with Chiang Dao Cave Visit
- 2-Day Chiang Dao Trek
- 2-Day Mountain Biking Adventure in Chiang Dao
- Overnight Segway Ride & Ziplline Tour
- White Water Rafting Adventure
Getting There from Outside Mekong Countries
Travelers can access to Myanmar both by air and by land, all accesses valid passports (at least six months of validity from the time of entry) and visas are required, yet getting Myanmar by land maybe less foreseeable.
Flight schedules, please check here. There are plenty of international flights flying to Myanmar.
Domestic airlines and flights: Air Mandalay and Yangon Airways are privately operated airlines flying throughout Myanmar .
Connections between Mekong Countries
At present, visitors can cross at three places to Myanmar – from Ruili (China) – Mu – se; from Mae Sai (Thailand ) to Tachileik; and from Ranong (Thailand) to Kawthoung. However, people cannot reach Myanmar by land or by sea from Bangladesh, India and Laos.
Travel by land, entry with a Border Pass is permitted at the following Border Check Points: Tachileik, Three Pagoda Pass, Myawaddy and Kawthaung on the Myanmar-Thai border and Lweje, Nam Kham, Muse, Kyukoke, Kwanlong, Mong Lar on the Myanmar-Yunnan (China) border along.
Cruise Ships call at Yangon Port with Visa on Arrival being granted on prior arrangement.