Escorted Tour of Mystical Burma with a Thai Beach Extension

Myanmar & Thailand

Includes flights, accommodation, all transfers, tours & extras

14 nights from £1695 per person


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Hotel & Destination Details

The Offer

What's included

  • Return flights from London Heathrow with Thai Airways
  • 30kg luggage allowance
  • All internal flights included
  • Daily breakfast
  • All transfers in Burma in air-conditioned vehicles
  • English-speaking guides at each destination on the Burma tour
  • All entrance fees to sites on the Burma tour
  • 1 night in Yangon at the Rose Garden Hotel in a Superior Room
  • Yangon city tour, with special visit to Shwedagon Pagoda
  • 2 nights in Bagan at Thazin Garden Hotel in a Deluxe Room
  • Bagan city tour with special visit to a craftman shop in Myingaba village
  • Visit to Minnanthu village by horse and cart with cultural stops to temples and natural wonders
  • 2 nights in Heho/Inle Lake at the Amata Inle Hotel in a Deluxe Room
  • Scenic boat trip along Inle Lake with sightseeing stops
  • Visits to fishing villages and Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery at Inle Lake
  • 1 further night in Yangon at the Rose Garden Hotel in a Superior Room
  • 7 nights in Hua Hin (Thailand) at the Anantara Hua Hin Hotel in a Premium Garden View Room, OR 7 nights in Phuket (Thailand) at the Novotel Phuket Karon Beach Resort in a Standard Room


This vibrant holiday brings you on a wonderful tour of mystical Myanmar. Introducing you to everything that’s great about the country formerly known as Burma, your seven-night holiday includes all accommodation, all transfers with air-conditioned vehicles, local English-speaking guides, all entrance fees, daily breakfast and select meals. At the end of your exploration of this beautiful country, you'll jet off to Thailand to relax on the white-sand beaches of either Hua Hin, or Phuket.

Dates & prices

  • Depart January - April 2020 from £2095 per person
  • Depart November 2019 from £1945 per person
  • Depart May - June 2020 from £1695 per person
  • Depart from Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle or Glasgow with Emirates from an extra £95 per person

Optional extras

  • Add a Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Ride in Bagan from £245 per person

Single supplement

  • Single supplement available from an extra £495 per person


  • This holiday can be secured with a deposit from £250 per person

Please note

  • Prices based on 2 adults sharing
  • Special offers above are subject to availability
  • Please note that all holiday quotes are subject to availability and price change and some additional charges may apply
  • Travel to Myanmar (Burma) and Thailand require a visa, which must be obtained prior to travel

Travel Opinions

Rose Garden Hotel, Yangon - "Great hotel and service"

Rooms are clear and clean. Service is good and same goes for breakfast. The only negative point of this hotel may be the location but I am not sure if others are any better. Anyhow taxi is very easy to find and cheap (2 USD) to go to nearby restaurants.

Thazin Garden Hotel, Bagan - "Great hotel with its own stupa"

Taken to this hotel at the end of our tour and what a beautiful place to stay. Beautiful bedrooms and our beds were decorated with flowers. Ate one night in the garden with the Stupa lit by candles. Great breakfasts, attentive staff, a lovely pool and beautiful garden made this a great place to stay.

Amata Inle Resort, Inle Lake - "Amazing place and wonderful hospitality"

This resort is marvellous, there is a huge garden and a beatiful pool. But the most amazing thing is the staff. They treated us really in a special way, they prepared for us a cake and a lot of attentions for our honey moon. We felt like home :)

Anantara Hua Hin Hotel, Hua Hin - "A truly wonderful stay"

The hotel is very clean and chic. As it is located in the garden, the hotel has a truly wonderful atmosphere. The staff are very polite and nice people. The food was the best we had ever eaten. Anantara has no bad sides.

Novotel Phuket Karon Beach Resort, Phuket - "Stay terrific!"

I recently stayed in Novotel Hotel,Q.C. and it was a terrifc stay. Amenities and rooms are unique and well updated in terms of interior. Staff are friendly and Cafe serves good quality food at breakfast. Pool was suitable for families especially if you have toddlers. It's safe for kids and convenient.

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Journey to Mystical Burma & Thailand Beach Stay


Day 1 - You’ll be transferred to your first hotel – Rose Garden Hotel, where you’ll stay for one night. After settling in, you’ll do some sightseeing in Yangon – including Strand Road, Yangon Harbour, and Botathaung Pagoda. Afterwards, you’ll visit Chinatown, the Indian Quarter, and Sule Pagoda. In the afternoon, you’ll visit Bogyoke Market, Kandawgyi Lake, and enjoy the sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda.

Day 2 - You’ll catch a flight to Bagan and be taken to your next hotel – Thazin Garden Hotel. After this, you’ll be taken on a tour of a local market and visit important temples and pagodas. Afterwards, you’ll go to a local craftman’s house and receive a lesson in lacquering. The day will culminate in visits to manuha temple, Nanpaya Temple, and the UNESCO site of Gubyaukgyi.

Day 3 - After breakfast, you’ll travel to Minnanthu Village by horse cart. Here, you’ll visit Tayoke Pyay, Payathonzu, Nandamanya Temples, and Kyat Kan Cave Monastery. After this, you will visit local farming houses around Bagan. In the afternoon, enjoy an excursion to the beautiful Nat Htaung Kyaung monastery.

Add a Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Flight from just £245 per person!

Float high above thousand-year-old pagodas and the mighty Ayeyarwaddy River as the sun rises slowly from the horizon. Take in the misty fields and temples as you witness the magic Bagan has to offer. One of the most remarkable sights in Asia, the flight duration is approximately 45 minutes to an hour - depending on wind and air currents and other local factors. Balloons team will pick you up from the hotel and transfer you to the launch site. Upon landing, enjoy a glass of champagne and a light snack before being transferred back to your hotel.

Day 4 - You’ll catch a flight to Heho, where you’ll be transferred to Nyaung Shwe – on the edge of Inle Lake. Here, you’ll stay at the Amata Inle Resort. You’ll go on a boat journey to Indein, passing through quaint villages, scenic trees, and teak houses built on stilts. You’ll tour the area on foot and go on strolls through the towns before returning to the lake.

Day 5 - Explore a wonderful rotating market (subject to arrival day) and watch the local people buy and sell wares. You will then go on a boat trip on Inle Lake – stopping off at famous pagodas. After this, you’ll visit Nampan Village, Inpawkhon Village and take in several handcraft classes – including one where you can make a Burmese cigar. Finally, you’ll stop at Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery before returning to the hotel.

Day 6 - You catch a return flight back to Yangon and travel to Dala Village via ferry. A striking contrast to Yangon with its limited urban development and village feel, you’ll be taken on a tour by trishaw, a three-wheeled bicycle taxi. You’ll make a stop at a traditional family-run candle factory and a monastery. If time permits, you can also visit the Chu Chu shop - a workshop and gallery that makes the most beautiful recycled products.

Day 7 - You will catch your return flight home.

Myanmar (Burma)

A less-visited Asian country than the nearby lands of Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia, Myanmar (previously known as Burma) has lots of authentic charm and untouched landmarks to offer visitors. A vast country full of tradition and year-round great weather, you can find lots of delicious food and natural scenery that will last long in the memory. Local cuisine is a mix of flavours and ingredients visitors will know from neighbouring countries, but one dish which is very specific to Myanmar is its tea leaf salad – a dish made up of nuts, tea leaves, and shrimp sauce. Meals are cheap throughout the country and can be eaten in a variety of fine-dining establishments, street food stalls, and cafés, depending on where you are. The country’s largest, and most-visited, city is Yangon and it offers a number of cultural must-sees. It’s numerous pagodas more than match offerings found in the popular city of Bangkok, while the crowds are much smaller – making for an easier day trip. Those wanting to revel in the peaceful side of the country will find solace in Bagan and Inle Lake – both of which are rife with stunning scenery and ancient sites. A popular pastime in Bagan is renting an e-bike and seeing it at your own pace. Southeast Asia is known as an affordable option for holiday and Myanmar is no different – providing some top-notch facilities and accommodation at reasonable prices.

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