Myanmar Luxury Travel
Explore the golden land of Southeast Asia when you travel to Myanmar with Cox & Kings. Visit incredible temples, explore local villages, and marvel at the mighty Irrawaddy River as you enjoy insider experiences and a host of extraordinary moments on one of our Myanmar luxury tours.
In the capital of Yangon, see the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda, the most precious and sacred pagoda in Burma, whose golden dome dominates the city's skyline. Explore the 2,500-year-old Sule Pagoda, regarded as the geographical center of the city. Take the local ferry across the Yangon River to the town of Dalla. Hop aboard a traditional trishaw for a fascinating ride through local villages and plantations in this rural area of the country
The temple plain of Bagan is one of the most majestic ancient sites in Asia. Explore the Ananda, Gawdawpalin, Thatbyinnyu, Dhammayangyi and Sulamani temples. Continue to Min Nan Thu village to explore the Tayokepyay and Nandamanya temples, which are known for their exquisite murals. Visit the traditional Nyaung Oo Market where you can shop for handmade arts and crafts. Seek enlightenment at the famous meditation retreat of Kyat Kan Cave monastery before arriving at Shwe San Daw in time for an unforgettable sunset over the plains.
Travel to remote Inle Lake, home to floating markets, ancient temples and the fascinating leg rowers of the Intha tribe. Enjoy an excursion to Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda. Pass by floating gardens and admire the traditional fishing boats as you learn about their construction at Nampan Village. Continue to Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery, one of the oldest on the lake.
Explore the fabled city of Mandalay, including a visit to Mahamuni Pagoda, the site of one of the country's most revered Buddha images. Tour traditional workshops and discover Kuthodaw Pagoda and Shwe Inbin Monastery. Head to the top of Mandalay Hill for a stunning sunset.
Throughout your travels in Myanmar, we'll be right there with you, making sure your journey is authentic, innovative and utterly unforgettable.