Myanmar's stunning landscape will inspire you to explore, regardless of your initial intentions for your holiday. Stroll along the beach as the sun warms your body, trek through jungles and pine forests in search of traditional villages or ancient wonders, take a moment to engage with the rivers of the region on foot or by boat, or get up close and personal with the wildlife. Just be sure to embrace the local people, who will want to learn all about your experiences within their home.
No luxury Myanmar holiday would be complete without the opportunity to taste the world-class cuisine on offer. Inspired by Indian and Southeast Asian fusion cooking, the state's dishes tend to focus on aromatic spices, with an emphasis on salty and bitter flavours. Spicy rice salad, noodles and soup, stir-fry, seafood and curries are abundant. Many of Myanmar's towns and villages host evening food markets, which are well worth a look if you'd like to try dishes that are more traditional
There is a wealth of amazing places that you simply cannot miss during your stay in Myanmar, including the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda, Bagan Temples, the Pindaya Caves, Golden Palace Monastery, Taukkyan War Cemetery, and Kuthodaw Pagoda, which is home to the world's largest book - a tome some 1,460 pages long, with each page being a stone tablet. Myanmar is a paradise for those looking to find a little spiritual enlightenment, as well as anybody looking to get lost in a rich landscape