The tour starts with a walk around the colonial building. You will get to see 19th century buildings, which are over 100 years old, and we will go to the Nan Thida Ferry Terminal to cross Yangon River by ferry, while viewing seagulls coming for the food and little boats jumping in the river going against the current.
Escape the hustle & bustle of Yangon City and enjoy charm of the countryside, rich cultural heritage and the friendly population. Cycle with us during the morning or afternoon on our comfy bamboo bicycles and explore laid-back Dala with its fishing village, markets, garden-like stretches and rice paddies. It is just across the river from downtown...Read more
Biking outskirts of Southern Yangon (Dala to Twantay) is the best way to escape from the urban city life. This tour is more suitable for active bikers who want to experience untouched villages, unique pagodas, a lovely countryside area, friendly villagers, beautiful lakes, green paddy fields, a shady road, potters’ workshop and recycle souvenir...Read more
Yangon’s Inya Lake forms the background of a leisurely bicycling venture. Join our English speaking trail leader, navigating streets, alleys and roads along educational institutions of importance, the authentic side of Yangon and of course, Inya...Read more
The Yangon Bike & Bite Tour is an extension of Dala Discovery Tour for those who like to combine biking and eating. After biking in Dala, the Yangon Bike & Bite Tour takes you on foot to Yangon’s popular tea shops, local restaurants and street food vendors. You can taste many different types of food and snacks. The tasting tour is full of...Read more
The more remote areas of Mon State and Kayin State are undiscovered areas of Myanmar offering spectacular nature and intriguing tribal culture dating back for many, many centuries in the history of South East Asia. The Mon are believed to be one of the first civilisations in this part of the world. Although their kingdom was lost to the Bagan king...Read more
Perfect day escape from Yangon. Adventure bike tour to the real countryside of Myanmar. Experience village life, seeing local life, and their home made products such as seasonal fruit jams, nearly 600 houses in a village do hand weaving looms and another village to see handicrafts of making bronze-lighter. People from the weaving village, every...Read more
This is the least developing region in Myanmar and the culture in this area is almost unsought . You will see the unique culture , long neck ladies and their challenges , the nature and tradition , those all are different from the rest of the world...Read more