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As a leading luxury tour operator in Indochina we are offering a large numbers of bespoke holiday packages within Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar (Burma), plan your next Thailand luxury tour and explore the unlimited surprise.

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We offer luxury travel exclusively to Southeast Asia, one of the world’s most diverse and compelling regions. We specialize in high-end travel packages in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar []

Being the largest country on the Southeast Asia peninsula, and being bounded by India and China, Myanmar, formerly Burma, is the hot destination in the region due its endowed favorable weather conditions, pristine beaches, natural forests.
Apart from that, Myanmar is also the promise land which has its own set of cultural tradition and idiosyncrasies. Some of these customs set it apart from that of other neighboring countries. Some traditions are interesting, but sometimes challenge the visitor a little bit, and require them to adapt to. From Buddhism and religious courtesy, wedding ceremony to the clothing, all of which wait to see you and welcome vacationers to discover fist-hand.

A mystical country only recently accessible, Myanmar is still both enigmatic and exciting. Bagan is a plain with over a thousand temples, enough, surely for even the most avid culture addict . Curious ‘leg’ fisherman perpetuate an ‘angling’ style not seen anywhere else in the East and Yangon has the largest number of colonial buildings in South East Asia. Mandalay, the last capital of Myanmar is also included. In order to maximise time at each destination there are three short internal flights.

As a relative newcomer to adventure travel, exploring the mysterious nation of Myanmar (also known as Burma) often feels like setting foot on a foreign, untouched planet. With few other travellers to contend with, the natural and man-made wonders of this underexplored part of Southeast Asia often feel like they’ve been placed here just for you. And what wonders they are: Inle Lake’s unique floating gardens, the staggering imperial ruins of ancient Bagan, the incomparable palaces of Mandalay, and enveloping forests throughout. Unknown pleasures await – come find them.

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“Myanmar is like no other country in the world on the scale of interest and beauty. Local people are helpful and polite. Stephen and I fully enjoy the entire trip. I recommend Myanmar to all my friends who are planning future travels to unusual places.”

Paul Tsou & Stephen Tsou,

“This was my favorite trip we have ever taken and Ha Pham's company has planned four of our trips to SE Asia for us, each with private guides and driver and staying at the all-time best hotels. We spent a couple of days in Singapore first to catch up with friends (like the Four Seasons there....breakfast is amazing and good location off of Orchard Rd and near Botanical Garden which is spectacular there. And flew Singapore Air through Frankfurt and Silk Air to Yangon."“

Suzanne Schaefer,
New York, USA

"Very pleased with the organization of the tour- everything worked very well from hotels, bookings, access etc. Very pleased with our guides, only the guide and chauffeur in Mandalay seemed less than interested in the various sites and places, we visited."

Charlotte Christensen,