The Golden Land of Shwedagon and
Bagan, of Orwell and Kipling.
The Golden Land of Shwedagon and
Bagan, of Orwell and Kipling.
The Golden Land of Shwedagon and
Bagan, of Orwell and Kipling.
The Golden Land of Shwedagon and
Bagan, of Orwell and Kipling.

WELCOME TO Myanmar

Cycling to visit the beautiful temple.
Khiri expertly guides you through this still seldom visited and exotic land, with signature...
Cycling to visit the beautiful temple.
Khiri expertly guides you through this still seldom visited and exotic land, with signature...
Cycling to visit the beautiful temple.
Khiri expertly guides you through this still seldom visited and exotic land, with signature...

WHY TRAVEL WITH KHIRI myanmar?

Edwin Briels

General Manager

Myanmar has many different faces and is certainly offering something special for any traveler to whom traveling is more than staying at a beach resort (although that’s possible as well). It is a country with a very rich culture, unspoiled nature and, to some visitors’ surprise; it’s also a country with a genuine friendly population who very much want to be in contact with foreign visitors. People are open-minded, easy going and interested to learn more about anything.

It’s the people that make the country and that’s certainly true for Myanmar. Hundreds of ethnic tribes have been living in the area for thousands of years and many have continued their centuries old, local way of life till now. This diversity is generally celebrated — Myanmar has official public holidays for almost every world religion, and sometimes joked about — with some healthy feeling of “competition
and envy” for the better food, costumes, jewellery or other cultural differences from the various states. Myanmar people (ethnic Burmese are called Bamar, as well as Chin, Kachin, Kayin, Karen, Mon, Rakhine and Shan) LOVE to try the food from other states (Shan and Rakhine food is very popular in Yangon). Whenever people travel through the country, they will always bring food from the area they visited as a present for family and friends who stayed at home.

What Khiri has done in Myanmar

The Golden Land of Shwedagon and Bagan, of Orwell and Kipling. For centuries, Burmese names alone have induced an irresistible romance amongst the susceptible: Mandalay, Rangoon, Inle and the Irrawaddy. Khiri expertly guides you through this still seldom visited and exotic land, with signature experiences as diverse as biking in Shan State, picnicking amidst the thousands of medieval temples in Bagan, and elephant trekking in Kalaw. Bordered by India, Bangladesh, China, Laos, and Thailand, Myanmar is larger than France, and yet remains the least developed country in Southeast Asia.

Myanmar Office

5/9, Bogalay Zay Street (lower block) 1st floor, Botataung Township, Yangon Myanmar

T/F +95 1 375 577
T/F +95 1 375 433
Emergencies +95 9425028175 (after hours only)

Branch Office
Siem Reap

Resources

Fact Sheet – General Information (PDF)
Fact Sheet – General Information (PDF)

Map of Myanmar

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