5 Best Places to Visit during Myanmar Tour Packages
Myanmar is an amazing country, full of the edge of iconic scenes, a piece of our hearts was stolen the moment we got off the plane and landed in this crazy, wonderful, and inspiring country. Myanmar boasts an incredible array of things to do from a timely retreat in Inle Lake to the chaotic royal capital of Yangon to the stunning Pagan Temple plain. Myanmar remains one of the hidden gems of Southeast Asia. Here are the 5 best places to visit during the Myanmar tour packages!
- Watch the Sunrise over the Bagan Temple Plain
The sunrise at Bagan is truly breathtaking, and watching the sunlight over the Pagan Temple plain, is Myanmar’s famous moment. The temples extend as far as the eye can see, the morning fog rises above the plain, and a colorful rainbow sky appears through the darkness and hot air balloons dash over the horizon.
- Climb the 777 Steps of Mount Popa
Mount Pupa is a postcard view in Myanmar holiday package – a sacred monastery, with a bright golden stupa, floating above an extinct volcano. 777 steps lead the way to the top of Mount Popa, the seat of the strongest nats in Myanmar, and the road is full of monkeys keen to harm tourists in their search for food! Bubba Mountain is a popular half-day trip from Bagan.
- Get Lost Among the Thousands of Stupas at Kakku, Inle Lake
Kakku is one of the most magnificent temples in Myanmar and is a hidden gem in Shan State among the most amazing things to do in Lake Inle. It is a group of 2,478 stupas entrusted 2,000 years ago and is a religious center for the people of Pa’O, a Buddhist tribe from Myanmar. It can be reached with a half-day trip from Lake Inle, and due to local laws, a trip with a local guide is required.
- Take a Sunset Boat Ride on Inle Lake
Lake Inle is one of the most stunning lakes in the world, and its curved houses and Buddhist temples that rise from swamp reeds only add to its appeal. The best way to experience Inle Lake is to take a trip on one of the graceful long-tailed wooden boats and experience the silence and void of the lake is an absolute privilege like watching the local village life while floating. Inle Lake can surely carry itself on the sunset front – the beautiful colors of the sunset in Myanmar reflect from the glass like the lake making the picture perfect.
- Be Amazed At the Sight of Hundreds of Ancient Stupas at Indein, Inle Lake
Hundreds of red, white, and brown constellations stand in varying degrees of humiliation on a hill in the village of Indein in Myanmar located at the end of a narrow stream just off Lake Inle. The trip to Indein is fun – the twists and turns of the creek, former farmers, accompanied by water buffalo, tilling rice paddies, and families taking a bath along the banks have taken us.