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Myanmar’s landscape is as diverse as its people; a coastline of islands and sandy beaches in the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea; the Ayeyarwady River and its fertile delta; the jungles and snow-capped mountains ranges. Our Myanmar hotels provide the perfect base when you visit this beautiful country, isolated from the international community. The people wanting to be a part of the global world are warm, engaging, considerate and gentle. You will step back in time when you visit Myanmar.

Explore the former capital when you stay in our Yangon hotels. The economic hub of Myanmar is nestled on the banks of the Yangon River, with its British colonial-era architecture, charming tree lined streets and giant, glittering pagodas prominent on the skyline. You must visit the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda filled with history and legend, sitting high atop the sacred shrine of Singuttara Hill, with its gleaming golden stupa. The bustle and bargaining of Bogokye Aung San market is the epitome of a Southeast Asian market offering an array of brightly coloured hand-woven textiles, clothing, hand-crafted goods, art and lacquer ware and stunning jewels; the rubies, sapphires and jade will delight any shopper.

Mandalay evokes images of a romantic bygone era. When you stay in your Mandalay hotel, start your visit at Mandalay Hill, with its panoramic view of the city and surrounding plains. Sitting at the foot of the Mandalay Hill is the royal palace and impressive surrounding moat. Visit the golden Buddha of Mahamuni Paya, enjoy sunset on the U-Bein foot bridge, quaint neighbourhoods with teak houses, markets and pagodas, monasteries and the nearby ancient cities of Innwa, Amarapura, Sagaing, Mingun.

The dedicated national parks and wildlife sanctuaries provide many opportunities to experience the diversity of the natural world. Stay in your Myanmar resort and explore the regions: wetland ecosystems and floating villages of Inle Lake, yachting and snorkelling around Lampi island, or the elephants at Myaing Hay Wun or Pho Kyar. Further afield, climb the snow-capped mountains of Kakaborazi National Park, origin of the Ayeyarwady River, or visit the extinct volcano of Mount Popa with its picturesque complex of monasteries and pagodas.

The warmth and generosity you will receive from the people of Myanmar, a union of 135 ethnic groups, with their own dialects, clothing, culture and heritage is unforgettable.

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