• The Sein Ta Lone (Pronounced sentalone) Mango from Myanmar, also known as the diamond solitaire mango, is one of the best mangoes that one can have. Dussheri and langda mangoes fall short after tasting this mango
  • The Shwedagon Pagoda has a large Ruby on the top along with diamonds and other precious stones. The top part is of solid gold. It is a pagoda with almost 100 temples as perimeter.
  • 22 Km Lake at Inlay – is a lake size we can’t imagine in India. Most part is surrounded with mountains on both sides. They feature the one leg rowing people and miles of floating plantations not found anywhere else in the world.
  • The Burmese Hair Wash is a treat for all. Pamper yourself with an almost 1 hour hair wash and massage. For those comfortable, request for water in the ears. It’s a memorable experience.
  • The ladies with rings on their necks. Today this is in the banned traditions worldwide because many ladies break their necks while sleeping. Naturally a dying tradition and one must see before it becomes extinct.
  • The one foot rowing boatmen are only visible in the Inle region. They have races on these boats and it is very difficult and soon becoming a rare sight.
  • Rubies are often said to be the most expensive stones. They are the best from Myanmar and for the fondly rich ladies, this is a must.
  • 1.2 kilometer teak bridge which was built some 130 years ago. This is the longest use of teak wood and a very rare sight to see.
  • The largest book in the world in Stone is seen in Mandalay with more than 700 pages each side carved in stone. Each of them are housed in a small temple like structure of its own.
  • 28 Pythons in a pagoda managed by young nuns and you need to walk barefoot amongst them. The ventilators of the room and the center piece Buddha images have pythons resting all over. These pythons come down at dusk to have milk.
  • Mangostein is finest fruits and for those who have not had this must make sure to have this in Myanmar. A must have and correctly mentioned as the queen of fruits.
  • The countryside is lush green with golden pagodas at almost every 5 kilometers. Each one is different and you will chance upon some monks and nuns walking around.
  • The local dress is also amusing for Indians. They wear the lungi and shirt with slippers even when working.

We feel proud to bring forward this wonderful destination, Having travelled many countries all over the world, there is so much beauty and fresh feeling in this unexplored destination that we couldn’t and decided to assist you to this wonderful destination.