Temples and Trails of Burma

Adventures on the Road to Mandalay - trek Burma`s Shan Plateau





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Holiday Overview


  • Riverboat cruise on the Irrawaddy and longtail boat on Lake Inle
  • Unique 4-day trek through tribal villages of the Shan Plateau
  • 3 nights accommodation in traditional Buddhist Monasteries
  • Sunset amongst the temples and pagodas of Bagan

During 2 weeks in Burma (Myanmar) we will seek out many of the acknowledged highlights, but also take time to get off the beaten track on a 4-day hike through the forest and farmland of the hill-country north of Inle Lake. We start our journey in the capital city of Rangoon (Yangon), with its magnificent, golden Schwedagon Pagoda. From here, we fly north to Heho and visit the collection of Buddhist stupas at Kakku, before spending a couple of days on an around Inle Lake, home to floating villages and fishermen with conical nets and a distinctive style of 'foot-rowing'. After our trek from Pindaya to Kalaw, via hill-tribe villages and monasteries, we make the short hop to the former royal capital, Mandalay. Here, our sightseeing tour will include a boat trip to the giant bell at Mingun and a sunset stroll along the 1200 metre-long teak bridge at U Bein. An unforgettable day's journey by boat down the Irrawaddy then takes us to Bagan, one of the outstanding highlights of the region thanks to its many hundreds of ancient temples, scattered across a tree-studded plain. This largest and most diverse of SE Asian countries has the power to surprise, with its amazing variety of landscape, cultural richness and charming people.

KE's Position on Travel and Tourism in Burma

Off-limits for 15 years, the National League for Democracy (Aung San Suu Kyi's political party) announced in early November 2010 that the boycott on tourism should be lifted. With the general message from the Burmese people also encouraging outside visitors, we made the decision to set up our first ever holiday in Burma in 2011. From the outset, we were careful to design the itinerary with the help of a Burmese agent who, as much as is possible, makes use of independent and privately-run businesses, rather than those run by the military regime. We feel that it is appropriate now to let KE clients have the chance to make their own minds up about this fascinating and fast-changing country and believe that tourist visits by well-informed people, who have an interest in Burma's social and political issues, can be of benefit to the Burmese people. 

Is this holiday for you?

This is primarily a touring and sightseeing holiday at low elevation, that includes a continuous 4-day trek through the forest, farmland and hill-tribe villages to the north-west of Inle Lake. The first 3 days of this trek each involve 6 to 7 hours walking and the last day has just 2 to 3 hours. In addition, whilst at some of the sites, such as Kakku and Bagan, there is the opportunity to do a fair amount of exploration on foot. The inclusion of 3 short internal flights has removed the need for lengthy road transfers.

Brief Itinerary

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  • Meet at the group hotel in Yangon. A single transfer from Yangon Airport is provided.
  • Fly north to Heho. Drive to Aye Tharyar on northern shores of Lake Inle.
  • Explore the pagodas and markets of Taunggyi. Transfer to village of Khaung Daing.
  • A day to explore the monasteries and floating gardens of Inle Lake by boat.
  • Drive to the Shan Plateau, home of the Pa-O people. Afternoon visit to Buddha Caves.
  • Walk to the Taun Mying Gyi Monastery home of the friendly Palaung people.
  • Walk via the farmlands of Kaung Soe Gone to Mway Taw Monastery.
  • A day of walking through traditional villages that ends at Myauk Ywar Taung.
  • Transfer to Heho airport. Fly to Mandalay. Afternoon of Mandalay discovery.
  • Boat trip across the Irrawaddy River to the temple of King Bodawpaya. Return to Mandalay.
  • A day to watch Burmese riverlife on the ferry journey to Bagan. Sunset at Bagan temples.
  • Explore the ancient and innumerable temples and pagodas of Bagan.
  • Another day of Bagan discovery. Transfer to airport and return to Yangon.
  • Departure day. A single transfer to Yangon Airport is provided.
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Map & Itinerary

The Route

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Holiday Itinerary

  • Meet at the group hotel in Yangon. A single transfer from Yangon Airport is provided.

    Meet at the group hotel in Yangon in the afternoon. A single airport transfer will be provided. KE group package services begin with dinner at the hotel, where the local guide will brief the group about the week ahead. There will be an early evening guided sightseeing visit to the incredible Schwedagon Pagoda. Evening is one of the best times of day to visit, as local people come to pay homage at this incredible Buddhist pagoda.

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  • Fly north to Heho. Drive to Aye Tharyar on northern shores of Lake Inle.

    We have a morning transfer to the airport to catch the 1-hour flight north to Heho, arriving at midday. We then make the short drive to our accommodation at Aye Tharyar, north of Inle Lake. We then explore Aye Tharyar Vineyard where there is a fine restaurant. Overnight in our comfortable resort-style accommodation close to Aye Tharyar.

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  • Explore the pagodas and markets of Taunggyi. Transfer to village of Khaung Daing.

    Today, we will visit the old colonial settlement of Taunggyi, which has pagodas and interesting and colourful produce and gemstone markets. Later we proceed to the amazing and atmospheric 'stupa garden' at nearby Kakku. Sacred to the Pa-O people (whose villages surround the site) there are almost 2500 stupas from different eras and with differing architectural styles. Later, we drive to the west side of Inle lake to Khaung Daing Village, to our lakeside hotel.

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  • A day to explore the monasteries and floating gardens of Inle Lake by boat.

    A day to explore Inle Lake by boat. There are floating gardens, villages built on piles and dozens of monasteries, such as Nga Phe Chaung, famous for its jumping cats. There are many craftsmen with workshops in the stilt-house villages on the lake and we will be able to see traditional methods of weaving, boat-making and a silversmiths workshop. We will also visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest site in Shan state. The people of the lake are the Inthas, notable for their distinctive foot-rowing technique. We spend a second night at our lakeside hotel.

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  • Drive to the Shan Plateau, home of the Pa-O people. Afternoon visit to Buddha Caves.

    We drive up onto the Shan Plateau, to the traditional hill-station town of Pindaya. This is a picturesque place set amongst intensively farmed countryside, with buffalo carts and smiling Danu and Pa-O people in their black tunics and bright headscarves. We will make a visit to Shew Oo Min Cave with its thousands of gilded Buddhas, and fantastic views of the countryside below. We will also see local artisans at work, including manufacturers of paper umbrellas. Overnight at a hotel in Pindaya.

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  • Walk to the Taun Mying Gyi Monastery home of the friendly Palaung people.

    On this first day of our trek, we will make an early start, directly from our hotel. Our route makes an easy ascent through hilly and forested country to the Danu village of Ya Sa Kyi, where we stop for lunch. The afternoon walk then takes us via mountain-side fields of wheat and rice to Taung Myint Gyi, home to welcoming Palaung people, where we stay in basic, sleeping bag accommodation in the great hall of the monastery and under the all-seeing eye of Lord Buddha. This is a great opportunity to meet the local people and the resident monks.

    • Accommodation Monastery

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    • Time 7 hrs walking

  • Walk via the farmlands of Kaung Soe Gone to Mway Taw Monastery.

    We leave the village and cross open farmland to the village of Kaung Soe Gone where we have lunch. We pass through an intensively farmed area with colourfully decorated bullock-carts and tribal people working in the fields. Depending on the time of year, the local people could be harvesting rice or vegetables. Water-buffalo are often used as a method of transport, and towards the end of the day we may we may see them swimming in the ponds close to the rice paddies. We pass several villages en route to our overnight accommodation at Mway Taw Monastery.

    • Accommodation Monastery

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    • Time 6 - 7 hrs walking

  • A day of walking through traditional villages that ends at Myauk Ywar Taung.

    The landscape changes again and is now drier with fewer trees and more open valleys. We pass through several villages, such as Oomin, where we take lunch at a monastery and visit a cave shrine with many statues of Buddha. In the late afternoon we arrive at the monastery of Myauk Ywar Taung which commands a fine view.

    • Accommodation Monastery

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    • Time 6 - 7 hrs walking

  • Transfer to Heho airport. Fly to Mandalay. Afternoon of Mandalay discovery.

    After breakfast at the monastery, we walk downhill towards a nearby village and then trek across an intensively farmed area of rice and other crops. The paths often follow the banks in between the rice paddies. We rendezvous with our transport after around 2 - 3 hours and drive to the airport at Heho. A short flight takes us to Mandalay, where we check in at our hotel and have the remainder of the day at leisure.

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  • Boat trip across the Irrawaddy River to the temple of King Bodawpaya. Return to Mandalay.

    Today, we take a boat trip across the Irrawaddy River to Mingun. Here, we can visit the unfinished temple of King Bodawpaya and stand beside the 90 tonne brass bell he had cast to adorn the temple. Returning to Mandalay, we visit some craft workshops including a gold leaf makers, woodcarvers and bronze casting workshop. Our next visit is to nearby Amarapurna where we take a sunset stroll across the famous 1200 metre-long teak bridge of U Bein. A second night in Mandalay.

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  • A day to watch Burmese riverlife on the ferry journey to Bagan. Sunset at Bagan temples.

    After an early start, we head down to the riverfront to catch the express ferry that will take us down the Irrawaddy to Bagan. From the covered lounge or outside seating areas, it's great to watch the rural Burmese life pass by at a leisurely pace - the boat ride takes most of the day. It’s a great time to catch-up on reading, postcard-writing or journal notes whilst enjoying life on one of Asia’s great rivers. On arrival, there may be time to enjoy a first sunset view of the temples before continuing to our comfortable hotel which also has a swimming pool.

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  • Explore the ancient and innumerable temples and pagodas of Bagan.

    A full day to explore some of the innumerable temples and pagodas at Bagan. With time to stroll amongst the stallholders at the riverside market at Nyaung U and to visit the gilded Shwezigon Pagoda, dating from the 11th Century, the exquisite murals of Ku Byauk Gyi and the 4 huge standing Buddha images of the Ananda Temple. Then, of course, we will have to find the best sunset viewpoint, before dining out at a local restaurant and enjoying a traditional Burmese marionette show.

    • Accommodation Hotel

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  • Another day of Bagan discovery. Transfer to airport and return to Yangon.

    We have almost another full day at Bagan, with time to explore most of the other magnificent monuments. We can also visit a traditional lacquer-ware workshop before transferring to Bagan Airport to catch the 1-hour flight back to Yangon. Dinner and overnight at the group hotel.

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  • Departure day. A single transfer to Yangon Airport is provided.

    We have the morning free for final sightseeing and souvenir buying, before transferring to Yangon Airport to catch our homeward flight after lunch. KE group package services end on arrival at the airport.

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Holiday Information

  • A local English speaking KE leader throughout
  • Single timed Yangon Airport transfers on day 1 and day 14
  • Internal flights and associated transfers
  • Trekking service for 4 days including porters
  • All land transport involved in the itinerary
  • A boat excursion on Inle Lake
  • Entrance fees to all tourist sites (excluding museum fees)
  • The ferry ride from Mandalay to Bagan
  • Sightseeing tours in Yangon and in Mandalay
  • All meals as described in the dossier
  • Accomodation as described in the dossier.

  • Travel Insurance
  • Airport transfers except for the single timed group transfers on arrival and departure
  • Visa fee
  • Airport departure tax on leaving Yangon
  • Tips for local staff including the trekking crew
  • Miscellaneous expenses - drinks etc.

For each holiday there is a minimum number of participants required to enable it to go ahead. Once the minimum number is reached, the trip status will change from 'Available' to 'Guaranteed to run'. You can check the trip status for each departure in ‘Dates and Prices’ table. Other than in exceptional circumstances, we will not cancel a trip once it has achieved this guaranteed to run status and so you are free to proceed with your international flight booking and other travel arrangements.

A single timed transfer from Yangon Airport to the group hotel is included in the Land Only trip price. This transfer will normally be timed to meet the Singapore Airlines flight from Singapore arriving in the afternoon of Day 1. Anyone may use this transfer but clients making their own flight arrangements must check the time immediately prior to departure. For clients arriving on earlier or later flights, independent Airport transfers can be arranged at an additional cost, or there is a reliable metered taxi service which costs approximately $10 for the journey to the group hotel. Clients booking a Land Only Package MUST provide the KE office with full details of their flights. Hotel contact details and an emergency number will be provided with your booking confirmation.

Shortly after first light (around 6am) the tour leader will announce that breakfast is under way. Most food is sourced locally on trek and will be simple Burmese fare of rice, noodles, vegetables, fruits, with some meat, as well as coffee, tea and biscuits. After breakfast, the local guide will lead off on forest trails, pointing out interesting natural features, plants and animals. Lunch will be taken en route, and prepared by our cook crew. Arriving at our overnight stop, we will have time to settle in to our monastery lodge accommodation, meet the local villagers, read a book, write our diaries and take it easy. The guide and crew will set about the preparation of the evening meal and arrange for a supply of clean water, tea and coffee.

There are 2 nights in Yangon, 1 night in Aye Tharyar, 2 nights in Khaung Daing Village, 1 night in Pindaya, 2 nights in Mandalay and 2 nights in Bagan. Whilst trekking there are 3 nights in basic sleeping bag accommodation at 3 different monasteries, where the unique experience will more than make up for any discomfort. The hotel accommodation is in comfortable, tourist class establishments with twin sharing rooms and en-suite facilities. If you are travelling by yourself you will be paired up with another single client of the same sex. Depending on availability, it is possible to book a single supplement for the trip (for the 10 hotel nights). For hotel prices and single supplement costs please refer to the dates and prices page of the trip on our website.

View the gallery below for images of the style of accommodation used

Part of the experience of a visit to Burma is the wonderful variety of food available. All sorts of influences from neighbouring countries (Thailand and China amongst others) contribute to this variety. Rice and noodles are the main staples, eaten with fish, meat and poultry dishes. The food is generally considered to be a bit richer than Chinese food and less spicy than Thai food.

All meals are included, from dinner on Day 1 of the Land Only itinerary to lunch on Day 14.

You should take around US$250 in US dollars cash. Sterling and euros are not readily accepted for exchange. Note that new dollar bills are preferred, and notes with any marks or tears are often refused. $250 should cover your miscellaneous expenses, drinks, souvenirs, as well as the US$50 - 60 you can be expected to pay for tips to local staff. If you are intending to buy expensive souvenirs, you should budget accordingly. The unit of currency in Burma is the kyat. It is not possible to obtain local currency prior to departure. US Dollars can readily be changed in Yangon. You must carry your travel money in the form of cash, since you will exchange the majority of this on the day of your arrival we recommend taking a money belt or similar safe way of transporting your money. You cannot rely on finding an ATM machine, exchange travellers cheques nor on being able to use credit cards in Burma.

The group will be accompanied from arrival in Yangon to departure, by an experienced, professional, English-speaking local guide. When trekking, there will be a support crew consisting of a cook and local porters to carry the group's communal equipment and group members' baggage. There will be vehicles and drivers as required.

Tipping is commonly practiced in Burma. We do recommend you tip your trek crew and drivers depending on how you feel they have done. We suggest you co-ordinate this tip as a group with each member contributing around $50 to $60 (in Burmese kyat) to a group pool which will be administered by the tour leader.

This trip includes a short element of trekking from Pindaya, during which your baggage will be carried by porters. You will need to repack the things you need for the short trek in a small bag (which will be provided). Main baggage can be left at the hotel in Pindaya and will be transported to Heho Airport for the flight to Mandalay. For a holiday of this sort, not requiring heavy or bulky warm clothing, nor technical equipment, we suggest that you should easily be able to keep the weight of your packed trek bag to under 20kgs (44lbs).

All KE clients will receive a FREE KE trek bag.  These have been specially made to stand up to the rigours of adventure travel.  Your KE bag will be posted to you when your trip is guaranteed to run or on receipt of your booking if the trip is already guaranteed.  If you have travelled with us before and already have a KE trek bag you can select an alternative free gift in the booking process.

This holiday does not involve any significant ascent to altitude and we would not expect any altitude issues with this trip.

UK Passport Holders

A passport with at least 6 months remaining validity at the time of departure, together with a Single Entry Myanmar Tourist Visa, is required.

From 2 October 2014, an official eVisa service is now available to nationals of the UK (also the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland and many other countries) for a fee of US$50.

Full information, and the online application form, can be found at the official Union of Myanmar Ministry of Immigration and Population website page on eVisas: http://evisa.moip.gov.mm/

There are 4 steps to obtaining an eVisa:

  1. Fill in the online form and upload an electronic passport-sized photograph (max 2MB and sized 4.6cm x 3.8cm – the website has the facility to let you take an appropriate sized image if you have a webcam). You will be asked for the contact details of the agency you are travelling with – please enter “KE Adventure Travel” and our main telephone number 00 44 17687 73966. If you are asked for your address in Myanmar, please add the hotel named in your Booking Confirmation (usually the Asia Plaza, 277 Bogyoko Aungsan Rd, Kyauktada Township, Yangon).
  2. Confirm your application and make the payment of US$50 by secure SSL server payment portal (Visa or Mastercard acepted)
  3. Await your approval letter (this should arrive by email within 5 working days)
  4. Take the approval letter with you to the airport and on arrival in Yangon present it to immigration officials to receive the official entry visa stamp

A Single Entry Tourist Visa (allowing up to 28 days in the country) is valid for three months from the date of issue. As processing the approval letter takes up to 5 working days (and can be interrupted by Burmese public holidays) we suggest you apply in good time, at least 6 weeks prior to departure.

It is very important you only try to make an application directly through the official website at www.myanmarevisa.gov.mm. There are other websites out there with similar addresses and we strongly advise you avoid them!

If you are a national of a country not yet approved for eVisa you will need to make your application through a visa processing agency or directly to an embassy of the Union of Myanmar. Please contact your local embassy for further advice.

The following checklist should help you with your packing. As a general rule, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum.

You must bring the following items:

  • Hiking boots
  • Training shoes /Sneakers or similar
  • Socks
  • Underwear
  • Trekking trousers / pants
  • Light waterproof overtrousers / rainpants
  • Light waterproof jacket
  • Thermal baselayer shirt (for cooler temperatures at Pindaya and on trek)
  • Casual shirt and/or T-shirts
  • Fleece jacket or warm jumper/sweater
  • Sunhat
  • Scarf or neck buff
  • Eyewear – sunglasses
  • Small padlock (to lock trek bag)
  • Daypack 30 litres / 1800 cu in.
  • Headtorch/headlamp with spare batteries
  • Sun protection (including total bloc for lips, nose etc.)
  • Water bottles 1 Litre (1 Quart) x2
  • Selection of dry bags (to keep trek bag contents dry)
  • Washbag and toiletries
  • Antibacterial handwash
  • Insect repellant – (DEET)
  • Small towel
  • Swimwear
  • Basic First Aid Kit, including: A broad-spectrum antibiotic, antiseptic cream, throat lozenges, diarrhoea treatment (Immodium), painkillers, plasters and blister treatment, Insect repellent (DEET), antihistamine cream and tablets, re-hydration salts (Dioralite) and Malaria prophylaxis

The following items are optional:

  • 2-3 season sleeping bag (for use in the monasteries – bedding and a mattress is provided)
  • Sleeping bag liner (for use in the monasteries)
  • Spare laces
  • Trekking poles
  • Camera, media, spare batteries
  • Penknife (remember to pack sharp objects in hold baggage)
  • Travel clothes
  • Flip-flops

A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required. The information that we provide is for UK passport holders. Please check the relevant embassy or consulate for other nationalities. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Visa requirements and charges are subject to change without notice. If you are travelling outside the EU you should have at least 2 blank pages in your passport.

Visa Burma/Myanmar

UK & USA passport holders do require a visa. The visa fee is $50 and you should apply for this prior to departure online at http://evisa.moip.gov.mm . Please download the detailed information document: Visa PDF Burma/Myanmar

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It makes a lot of sense to spend some time before coming on a trekking or climbing trip getting some additional exercise. The fitter you are, after all, the more enjoyable you will find the experience. We would suggest that you adopt a weekly exercise regime leading up to your trip. Jogging, squash and swimming are good for developing better stamina. Before departure, we suggest that you try to fit in a number of long walks in hilly country.

You should contact your GP or travel clinic to check whether you specific require any vaccinations or other preventive measures. You should be up to date with routine courses and boosters as recommended in the UK e.g. diphtheria-tetanus-polio and measles-mumps-rubella), along with hepatitis A and typhoid. Malarial prophylaxis are required. A certificate of yellow fever vaccination is required if travelling from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission and for travellers having transited for more than 12 hrs through an airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission. On holidays to more remote areas you should also have a dentist check up. A good online resource is Travel Health Pro.

As a reputable tour operator, KE supports the British Foreign & Commonwealth Offices ‘Know before you go’ campaign to enable British citizens to prepare for their journeys overseas, and we recommend that all KE travellers take a look at the FCO Travel Advice for their chosen destination on the official FCO website: www.fco.gov.uk. North Americans can also check out the U.S. Department of State website: www.travel.state.gov for essential travel advice and tips.

KE treat the safety and security of all clients as the most important aspect of any trip we organise. We would not run any trip that we did not consider reasonably safe.  Should the FCO advise against travel for any reason, we will contact everyone booked to travel to discuss the situation.  We receive regular updates direct from the FCO and are in constant touch with our contacts on the ground.  If you have any questions about government travel advice, please call our office.

Myanmar has three seasons, the 'cold' season, from October to February, when the average temperature in Yangon is between 20 - 30ºC, the 'hot' season, from March to May, with average temperatures of around 30-35ºC and the wet (monsoon) season, from May to October. Yangon is more prone to showers than Mandalay and Bagan, further north, whilst the climate around Inle Lake is pleasant all year round. Night-time temperatures can fall as low as 0ºC at Inle and Pindaya in January.

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