Fascinating Burma has much to captivate visitors, from its beautiful temples and pagodas, to idyllic landscapes and British-colonial architecture. The country is back on many travelers’ radar, now that it is welcoming and encouraging visitors, albeit if travelling responsibly. Burma is home to a surprising mix of ethnicities – 135 different ethnic groups – creating a colourful and fascinating culture. Though diverse, the people of Burma are warm and welcoming. There is much to explore, from the untouched coastline and plains studded with thousands of stupas, to the fascinating towns with their local markets, temples and colour. This is a land steeped in Buddhist beliefs, with its ancient religious sites some of the most captivating and beautiful places to experience in Asia.

Inle Lake Information

Inle Lake Information

Inle Lake is one of the best places to go in Myanmar. It is in the Shan State, and is the area's main attraction. The state is expansive and unexplored, home to enigmatic and beautiful mountains that serve as the...
Mandalay Travel Information

Mandalay Information

  Established in 1857, Mandalay is the second largest city in Myanmar. It is found in the upper part of the country, located on the east bank of the Irrawaddy River. Mandalay is where the Royal Palace of the Konbaung Dynasty...
Bagan Travel Information

Bagan Information

Bagan (or Pagan) is an ancient city that was the capital of the first Burmese empire. It is located in the dry central plains of the country, on the eastern bank of the Irrawaddy (or Ayeyarwaddy) River. As the heart...
Yangon Travel Information

Yangon Information

Yangon, the commercial capital, is the main gateway to Myanmar. Evergreen and cool with lush tropical trees, shady parks and beautiful lakes, Yangon has earned the name of "The Garden City of the East". Yangon was founded by King Alaungpaya...

Buon Ma Thuot

One of the largest towns in the Central Highlands, Buon Ma Thuot offers easy access to the area's many natural attractions, including Yok Don National Park and its rare wildlife, idyllic Lak Lake, several spectacular waterfalls, as well as numerous...

Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc is Vietnam’s largest island, 50 kilometers from the Vietnamese mainland and a 50 minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City. Phu Quoc is famous for several things; high quality fish sauce, excellent black pepper and beautiful unspoilt beaches. A great place...

Chau Doc

Situated near the Cambodian border on the banks of the Bassac River, Chau Doc is a relaxed town with lots of Mekong Delta flair and some interesting sites to visit in the surrounding area. Its close proximity to Cambodia has...

Sapa

Located in Vietnam’s remote north west mountains, Sapa is famous for both its fine, rugged scenery and also its rich cultural diversity. Its lush, deep river valleys, in the shadows of Vietnam’s tallest peak Mount Fansipan, are home to Blue...

Halong Bay

With its thousands of limestone islets emerging from the South China Sea, Halong Bay is Vietnam ’s premier natural attraction. Now a World Heritage site the bay’s towering cliffs, jungle-topped islands, hidden caves, grottoes and calm waters are a must-see for...

Da lat

A slice of Europe in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, Dalat found favor with the French rulers for its cool climate. Today, Dalat’s mild temperatures are popular with Vietnam Travel Plan’s travelers, as is the town’s attractive landscape of colonial...