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Biking in Bagan or Climbing Kyaiktiyo . . . or perhaps the Yangon - Bagan train ride. Tough call.
He was brilliant: kind, considerate, always thinking about how he do the little extra bits . . . as well as being thoroughly professional and extremely well organised.
Ask your tour guide for suggestions for free days--our guide came up with some great inexpensive options, which turned out to be a lot of fun.
Really glad I chose this tour as an introduction to Burma
Reviewed by Sarah Whittle who travelled in August 2012
Bagan was stunning, I really loved it. The most memorable thing was finding the street in Maymyo (pyin oo lin) were my Father was born and brought up for the first 11 years of his life. If anything I think the trip should have been longer, more time a t variuos places. Maymyo was much nicer than Mandaly and maybe in future you should spend a night up there in the cool.
Si was a mazing. So proud of his country. He gave us lots of options not on the tour schedule. He was very knowledgable and very patient with us all.
Go now it is a wonderful place.
Burma is 2 of my top 10 detsinations in the world,.
Reviewed by Sarah Blagdon who travelled in July 2012
Difficult to say, there were so many. Visiting Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon; mingling with local pilgrims at the precariously perched Golden Rock; seeing the sun set over Bagan and later U Bein Bridge; serenly skimming the surface of Inle Lake.
Our tour leader Nyi Nyi Lwin was excellent. He was gentle and kind, attentive and knowledgeable, while also highly efficient and made our travel arrangements seem seamless. He stayed behind in our hotel in Yangon after our departure time, to ensure everyone got away safely, or that those who stayed on had everything further they needed. It was a pleasure to be in his company.
Read up on the Myanmar Buddhist tradition before you go. Interact with the people. Donate to the schools and orphanages you will encounter. These are run by wonderful people, often with no outside support. Take extra memory cards for your camera. You will need them.
A Buddhist country, full of architectural wonders.
Reviewed by Shirley Flynn who travelled in January 2012
Bagan was stunning but the tour leader made the holiday 110%. Burma is an amazing country, and the people so hosptable. The train ride from Bagon to Mandalay is one I will never forget.
Excellent, excellent and excellent! i cannot stress enough how Nyi Nyi Lwin contributed to making it such a wonderful experience. He was so well organised, very professional, knowledgeble, humerous and the best person we could ever had had to show us his beautiful country. I will be nominating him for Wanderlust travel guide award.
Go now! and go with Imaginative
A fantastic, unforgetable experience
Reviewed by Anne Watkinson who travelled in November 2011
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