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* meeting services
* tour guides ~ many languages
* air-conditioned coach, car or mini-bus
* visa arrangements
* visits to places off the beaten track
* ECO touring
* river cruises on the Ayeyawady ( Irrawaddy ) River
* tour of Yangon's Art Galleries
* tour of Yangon Pottery - see a tradition dating back over 1,000 years!
* visits to traditional rural villages
we will make your visit to Myanmar a memorable one...
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The Gohtiek Viaduct, the second highest Bridge in the world at 1,100 feet above the lowest ground level, was designed by a British company and constructed by a firm from New York in 1903. It was blown up by the British as they retreated to India in the second world war and further destroyed by the Japanese when they were subsequently defeated. The Gohtiek Viaduct was rebuilt in 1948 and re-opened in 1950 and still serves as a vital link between the lower plains of Myanmar and the Northern Shan Plateau. The best way to see the bridge is by train - the road is a long way off
Choose your tours of up to 30 days in Myanmar's beautiful land including...
* Kyaikhtiyo - see the famous Golden Pagoda perched precariously on top of the mountain!
*Kyaingtong - in the Shan State 56 miles from the Chinese border and home to many of Myanmar's indigenous peoples; observe the life of different ethnic minority peoples and their culture. Visit hot spas and waterfalls. If you like you can start your journey in Tachilek just across from Mae Sai in northern Thailand.
* Pyin Oo Lwin - previously called May Myo or May Town this hill station is only a short trip up the mountains from Mandalay on the way to Lashio and the famous Burma Road; the highest night time temperature is 25 deg C (77 deg F)
* Bago (Pegu) - an old Capital of the Mon Kingdom. See the 55 metre-long Reclining Buddha Image
* Htaukkyant - site of the beautifully-maintained Allied War Memorial Cemetry which pays tribute to 27,000 Allied Soldiers who perished in World War 2; 32 kilometres north of Yangon on the road to Bago. There is also an Allied Forces War Memorial Cemetry in Yangon and Thanbyuzayat (see below)
* Kalaw - a busy town in the Shan State - ideal for the adventurous with many trekking opportunities (Click on the Adventure & Specialist Tours link)
* Kawthoung - at the extreme southern tip of Myanmar and a perfect place to start your journey through the Myeik Archipelago ("Mergui Archipelago") and on to Yangon and the north. If you like start your journey in Ranong just across the border in Thailand. Visit also the new Myanmar Andaman Resort in the pristine Myeik Archipelago ~ ask for further details of this ultimate in retreats and diving experiences
* Taunggyi - the Capital of the Shan State in the mountains near to Inle Lake which is a favourite destination - visit Aye Thar Yar winery the very first vineyard in Myanmar
* Mrauk-U - the (last) capital of the Rakhine Dynasty between 1430 AD and 1785 AD; a nice trip up the river from Sittwe. Click the link on the left
* Mingun - see the world's largest ringing bell in this village an hour across the Ayeyawady ( Irrawaddy ) from Mandalay
* Ngapali Beach - one of the finest in the world in the Rakhine State
* Mogok - land of Jewels
* Monywa - on the Chindwin River north of Bagan
* Pyay (Prome) - 288 km north of Yangon on the road to Bagan - where archaeological excavations still take place in the ancient Pyu city of Sri Ksetra which dates back at least to the 5th century AD
* Mawlamyine (Moulmein) - the Capital of the Mon State and setting for Kipling's immortal poem "Mandalay" in which he longs to return to Burma
* Thanbyuzayat - the Myanmar end of the infamous Thai-Burma Death Railway where there is the Allied War Cemetry with 3,771 graves of soldiers who gave up their lives in the construction of the railway in World War 2
* Lashio - a very busy trading center in the Northern Shan Mountains and one beginning of the famous Burma Road - and continue to the Chinese border at Muse
* Hsipaw - a small Shan town with a beautiful Shan Museum between Pyin Oo Lwin and Lashio
* Pindaya - beautifully peaceful and visit the amazing caves with more than 8,000 Buddha Images
* Dawei (Tavoy) - in Taninthayi Division in the south, about the same latitude as Bangkok with miles and miles of unspoilt beach
* Myitkyina - in the Kachin State in northern Myanmar near the confluence of the Ayeyawady River and on the Ledo (Stillwell) Road
* Putao - almost as far as you can go in Northern Myanmar - see the snow-capped mountains of the Himalayas and stay at the new Melikha Lodge and explore!! If you have a month to spare trek to the base-camp of the Hkakabo Razi - the highest mountain in Southeast Asia
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