Luxury Myanmar Holidays 2021/2022
Top Tours in Myanmar (Burma)
We’ve travelled the length and breadth of Myanmar (Burma) and tested every possible route to enable us to curate itineraries that work absolutely seamlessly, taking in the country’s many highlights at just the right pace. Packed with unique experiences and handpicked hotels, our trips deliver unforgettable travel moments.
Family Fun in Myanmar
Cruising the Irrawaddy in Style
Top Hotels in Myanmar (Burma)
Our specialists have travelled every inch of Myanmar (Burma) and stayed in countless hotels so that we can recommend only the very best ones to match your preferences. Whether you want to stay at the hottest property in the area or are looking for somewhere with rustic charm, our handpicked selection of hotels has every angle covered.
Belmond Governor's Residence
The Chatrium Royal Lake Yangon
The Hotel by the Red Canal
Amara Mountain Resort
Aureum Palace Resort
Belmond Road to Mandalay
Dream Mountain Resort
Kalaw to Inle Lake Trekking Accommodation
Turn the clock back with a trip to Burma and find yourself warmly welcomed by the locals. With ancient temples, colourful markets and stunning scenery, Burma (Myanmar) is one of Southeast Asia’s best destinations for an adventurous tailor-made holiday. Situated on the crossroads of two of Asia’s greatest civilisations, India and China, Burma’s travel experiences are simply unparalleled.
Burma, or Myanmar, stretches from the jewelled islands of the Andaman Sea, to the Eastern Himalayan mountain ranges on the border with India and in our opinion is one of the best destinations in Asia. Burma is not always the easiest of Southeast Asian countries to visit in terms of infrastructure and access, but travellers who make the effort are richly rewarded by the stunning views, ancient culture and friendly locals. At Scott Dunn we use the very best private guides and unique experiences to get under the skin of this superb destination providing one of the best tailor-made holiday or honeymoon we can think of. Take a slow boat up the Irrawaddy to Mandalay, relax in a lodge on the shores of misty Inle Lake or enjoy a balloon ride and get a bird’s eye view of the extraordinary temples of Bagan. Wildlife lovers can trek into the forests to spot rare indigenous bird species or something more relaxing, sit back under a palm tree on some of the last truly undisturbed beaches in Asia, with the glistening Bay of Bengal stretching out before you. Home to 135 different ethnic groups, the culture of Burma is as diverse as the landscapes, and there are countless spectacular monuments and ancient cities to be explored by those who venture further afield and get under the skin of this fascinating and authentic corner of Asia.