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Myanmar Adventure

Whether you're floating in a hot air balloon over miles of ancient temples and lush rolling hills or exploring the secluded white-sand beaches of Ngapali, there are miles of untouched beauty in Myanmar that are waiting to be discovered. Hike above the clouds to Mount Zwekabin and stand in awe of the gorgeous views and sacred Buddist monastery at the mountains peak. Rent an e-bike and get lost exploring the luscious forests and over 2,000 ancient temples just in Bagan alone. Stay in an over-the-water villa or interact with local artisans at one of the most popular destinations in Myanmar, Inle Lake. Whatever you choose to do in Myanmar, you wont be disappointed by the untapped beauty and wonder.

The Basics for Every Myanmar Adventure

Time Zone: GMT +6:30
Primary Language: Burmese
Currency: Burmese kyat
Entry Requirements: Passport and e-visa that is valid for 28 days
Best Times to Visit: November to February

Myanmar Honeymoon Ideas

After you say I do, take in Myanmars beautiful mountain views with a romantic and secluded hot air balloon ride at sunset. Sunbathe together on the palm tree-lined, white sand beaches of Ngapali and wade in the turquoise-blue water that stretches for over 2,000 kilometers of coastline. Try the tasty seafood and mostly plant-based cuisine for an authentic Burmese experience. Take a relaxing stroll in Kandawgyi Park and retreat to the quiet botanical gardens lined with ornate statues and rows of colorful flowers.

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Destination Weddings in Myanmar

If you're looking to tie the knot beach-front, beautiful Ngapali is the picture-perfect backdrop for seaside nuptials. Wed at sunset with a backdrop of hot air balloons cascading into the air and rolling greenery for miles in Bagan. With Myanmar being an untouched, natural beauty, there is a certain peace and intimacy that is hard to find elsewhere and a sense of serenity that is truly unmatched. Because the island is not as popular as other tourist destinations in Asia, locals tend to be more friendly and make it their mission to give you the best wedding day possible.

Myanmar Climate & Weather

While Myanmar is warm and offers a tropical climate all year round, the monsoon season in most Asian countries makes traveling during those months inconvenient and very unpredictable. Avoid visiting Myanmar from June to September due to the Monsoon season. Even popular beaches like Ngapali are forced to shut down during this time. Visit Myanmar from November to February for a peaceful, warm vacation with a gentle breeze.