• India – Myanmar – Thailand – Malaysia Crossing

    Duration: 26 Days 25 Nights - Price: $US

    India Myanmar Thailand Malaysia

    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...

  • Burma Trekking Tour

    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

    This Burma At Glance Tour is perfect for those who desire to visit Burma's 4 major cities, including  Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan and Inle Lake in very short time. With this...

  • Burma Photo Tour

    Duration: 12 Days 11 Nights - Price $2385

    Burma Picturesque Photo Tours

    Discover one of the world’s most photogenic countries on a special photographic tour organized by Burma Senses Travel & Tours. Hone your photographic skills while travelling through Burma's Victorian...

Customer Reviews

Hi Win Ko, thanks a lot for your email and your wishes. Your team has been very professional, very well organized and we enjoyed every moment of our trip. Your guides have been very reliable, always on time and they are all very knowledgeable. They have been extremely helpful and we would definitely recommend Burma Senses to our friends :-) Regards, Sonja

Sonja Niedermann

Dec 16, 2014

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The border-crossing checkpoint in Mae Sot, Thailand, was temporarily closed on Friday morning, but had reopened by 7:15 a.m. Burma time, according to Zaw Maw Aung, the district administrator for Myawaddy Township in eastern Burma’s Karen State. Following the Thai military’s announcement that a coup d’etat had been staged on Thursday evening, reports in Thai media had speculated that all border checkpoints might be closed. Locals in Mae Sot said trading centers and other places typically crowded with merchants were […]

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Travellers flying in or out of Yangon International Airport will be able to take a shuttle bus to and from the airport starting in August. The newly formed company, JTB Polestar, plans to offers a shuttle service for tourists connecting Yangon airport to a number of downtown locations, including hotels such as Parkroyal, Traders, Sedona and Chatrium. Tickets will cost US$10 one way and the company is planning to run eight shuttle buses, said vice president U Kyaw Min Htin. […]

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With many predicting that Burma is set to see rapid change in the name of development over the coming years, more than three dozen monochrome photographs now on display in Rangoon provide a glimpse into what the Southeast Asian country looked like three centuries ago. The photo exhibition highlights just a small selection from the extensive Burma-related holdings of the British Library, but “Collections from Myanmar at the British Library” nonetheless features some of the earliest images taken of Burma, […]

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About a hundred tourists a day are heading across the Rangoon River to Dala, an undeveloped and largely rural area on the other bank, hoping to get a glimpse of the reality of life for most people in Burma. “Just across the river, we can see the countryside of Burma,” tour guide Thiha Kyaw Win, who often takes tourists to see what lies on the other side, told The Irrawaddy. Foreigners join the throngs of local commuters who use the […]

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Burma Senses Travel & Tours is pleased to introduce and launch the summer promotions and deals from early May to late September when the country turns low tourism season. During this period, Yangon will be wet while beach hotels are closed. However, the upper Burma will be verdant everywhere and pleasant. It is such best time to travel for those who prefer to see the beauty and landscapes of the country with less tourists around. Mandalay, the cultural capital of […]

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Myanmar Airways International

Myanmar Airways International is to begin direct flights to Siem Reap of Cambodia on 23 February, and direct flights to Guangzhou of China on 3 March Yangon-Siem Reap flights will be operated on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and the flights from Yangon to Siem Reap are scheduled to leave at 9:00 and arrive in Siem Reap at 11:10 local time. The flight from Siem Reap to Yangon will leave at 12:10 and arrive in Yangon at 13:10. Yangon-Guangzhou flights, which will […]

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The strengthening of the kyat against the US dollar is causing problems for tour operators in Myanmar who have already quoted wholesale contract rates to overseas agents. Myanmar Times reported travel agents were predicting financial losses due to variations in the currency. “The price of travel packages will have to increase,” said Yangon’s EPG Travel managing director, Ko Aung Naing. “It is never helpful when local currency strengthens against the dollar because we lose and the only alternative is to […]

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