Plan a trip to Myanmar from Hong Kong

Myanmar is beguiling destination that boasts abundant contrasts to Hong Kong. It attracts the curious eyes of all travelers after decades of being isolated to the world. The core beauty of this magical country comes from shimmering pagodas, stunning beaches, picturesque lakes and quaint Buddhist-oriented landscapes.

For traveler from Hong Kong, Myanmar is a very fascinating travel destination that you should visit. This guide will help you to plan your holiday easily:


Visa to Myanmar

Myanmar has consultancy office in Hong Kong which allows visitors to apply for visa whether for business or tourism purpose. In case you do not have time or want to have visa very quick within a day, you can apply for visa on arrival. Here comes the details for Myanmar Visa from Hong Kong

Flight to Myanmar

Cathay Dragon airline operates non stop flight to Yangon, the main international airport in Myanmar. This flight lasts for 3hours 10minutes.
For a cheaper option, you can browse Air Asia or Thai Airway for a connecting flight.

Myanmar Highlights

Before moving ahead for the step of making an itinerary, this list of highlighted experiences in Myanmar is something you should not miss:

Capturing Shwedagon

Certainly when Yangon is your first touch to Myanmar, Shwedagon should be the premier attraction to explore. Through its 2,500 year history, Shwedagon reflects the cultural richness of Yangon in a very lively way. It is not to mention that it is a perfect place to challenge your camera during the sunset.

Enjoy the timeless Bagan

Imagine yourself getting lost in some 2,500 Buddhist pagodas, being impressed by each mural painting as well the awe-inspiring atmosphere; it is time to wander in Bagan.
This heaven of pagoda also offers unique balloon flight to feed your sophisticated expectation of a life time adventure.

Get closer to nature in Kalaw

For those who are keen on discovering the wilderness of Myanmar, Kalaw is a good trekking base. Choices for routes seem unlimited while picturesque surrounding promises breathtaking trek.
Beside the famous route from Kalaw to Inle Lake, you can also soak in the non-tourist trail to Shan waterfall, remote villages.

See Mandalay differently

Known as the last capital of Burma kingdom, Mandalay is really an exotic, vibrant city. It features an interesting rendezvous for Chinese and Burmese communities.
While many tourists flocks to famous sites like Royal Palace, Ubein bridge or Kuthodaw pagoda, you can embark on a river cruise from Mingun to Sagaing, hike on the road that is less travelled. Zaycho market or Gems market is unique too.

Make your way to Pyin Oo Lwin

For visitors from Hong Kong, Pyin Oo Lwin has its own charm. This hill station provides cool mountain air, Europe-like weather and the finest botanic garden in the country. In Pyn Oo Lwin, you have chance to admire British villas, spacious gardens, colorful churches, etc.. all remaining from British colonial era.

Explore Inle Lake

Your trip to Myanmar is incomplete without Inle Lake. There are so many reasons that you should include Inle into your trip plan.
From all the scenic waterways, it is not difficult for you to experience the contrasts in landscapes. Another advantage is you will get face to face to Inthar fishermen who are the main inhabitants in the lake. They process styled technique to navigate their own boat with only leg.

Create an itinerary 

We suggest you to browse our newest collection of Myanmar Tour Packages for the very first idea of traveling options ranging from short weekend to 1 month.

Our local partner is avaible for tailor made tour if you expect some sort of unique travel experiences or simply a holiday that please you differently. Contact our partner at 


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