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    Duration: 26 Days 25 Nights - Price: $US

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    This tour allows you to drive drive from India to Thailand via Myanmar, before exiting into Malaysia with your own vehicles (bikes, cars, motorhomes).  Burma Senses make your crossing...

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    Duration: 13 Days 12 Nights - Price $1950

    Ann ethnic people in Kyaing Tong

    On this adventurous Burma Trekking Tour, we walk through remote lands and also spend time in the principal highlights of the country. We trek to remote hilltribes of the...

  • Burma At Glance Tour

    Duration: 07 Days 06 Nights - Price $1250

    Burma monk with umbrella

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    Duration: 12 Days 11 Nights - Price $2385

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Do and Don’t

Do:
- Use both hands when offering something to a monk, nun or elderly person
- Show the utmost respect for monks, nuns, and elders.
- Bow or bring your palms together when introduced to a monk
- Practise saying the word “mingalarbar”, the most common greeting in Myanmar

Don’t:
- Wear shoes or socks inside a pagoda or monastery
- Walk on carpets, mats or other types of floor covering with your shoes on
- Wear unsuitable or revealing clothing
- Display affection in public
- Sit with feet on a table or sprawl yourself on the floor
- Point your feet towards a Buddha image, monk or older person
- Lose your temper.