Myanmar Laos Tour, Itinerary & Travel Packages – Go Myanmar Tours
Being the most laid-back regions of southeast Asia, Myanmar and Laos are places to discover the historical heritage sites studded into the land of long-lasting history and diverse culture. Many of our customers often get confused when choosing Myanmar or Laos travel is the best for the first journey to Asia. If Laos captivates your soul by its untouched landscape, glorious history, and amazing cuisine. Myanmar will intrigue you by the radiant hue from the massive Buddha images in glittering pagodas to the laid-back pace of life featured in the smiling faces. Our best advice is to spend your precious time for a Myanmar Laos tour to gain truly Myanmar and Laos highlights.
Myanmar and Laos retain many unique traditions that you can find nowhere else in the region. Take a trip from Vientiane to Luang Prabang to immerse yourself in the fresh cool cascading waterfall, trek through the spectacular jungle and experience an authentic Laos in a village homestay. In Myanmar, step back in time and let your heart bewitched by the golden pagodas in Yangon, ancient temples in Bagan, magnificent architecture in Mandalay and the distinctive traditional practices in Inle Lake.
Surprisingly, there is no best time to travel to Burma and Laos because you can visit Myanmar and Laos at any time of the year. However, keep in mind that these two countries experience the monsoonal climate from July to September with high rainfall.
Pick up from our suggested Myanmar Laos tour packages and take a lifetime adventure to enjoy the highlights of Myanmar and Laos. If you do not find any itineraries that suit you, contact us to tailor-make the unique itinerary that suit you most!
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Best Things to Do & See in Myanmar and Laos
Best Thing to Do in Myanmar from Myanmar Laos Tour Packages
Explore Bagan Art & Architecture
If you have the thirst for knowledge of the fantastic art and architecture, it is indispensable to explore the massive ancient Bagan temples while visiting Myanmar in Myanmar Laos tour to gain an insight into the great work of Burmese in the past. Possessing over 2200 temples, Bagan is a wonderful archaeological site that will provide you with interesting knowledge in a Myanmar Lao tour about the art, architecture as well as the history featured on the walls, roofs, and Buddhist painting.
Inle Lake – one of the Most Productive Lakes in The World
The second-largest freshwater lake of Myanmar has never failed to excite tourists’ senses. Our Myanmar Laos tour will drop you on a stunning boat trip to travel around the lake and gaze out at the exceptional life of the Intha people perched on stilt houses. Don’t be surprised by the endless floating gardens and the leg-rowing fishermen who can always row by one leg and balance themselves by another leg. A Myanmar Laos itinerary will give you enough time to sightseeing and experiencing local life and production. From lotus weaving and canoe carving to wine and cigar making, all are worth to discover on Myanmar and Laos tour packages.
Walk under the Mountain Range & Hop Bare Foot in Buddhist Caves in Hpa An
If you are a nature lover and you are seeking for a stunning landscape without the crowd in Myanmar Laos itinerary, Hpa An is an ideal place to explore a hidden treasure and admire the wonderful secret caves. The tiny town of Hpa An is home to an array of spectacular mountains, limestone caves, and breathtaking rice paddies to visit in Myanmar Laos tour. The highlight is Sadan Cave, probably is one of the most magnificent caves in Myanmar possesses a towering place filled with dozen Buddha Statues, carving, and a couple of pagodas. What’s more, as you strolling inside the caves, you will capture myriads of oversized stalactites and thousand of hanging bats.
Swim in the turquoise water of the untouched Myeik Archipelago
Lies on the southernmost of Myanmar, the gorgeous island of Myeik Archipelago is truly a fascinating destination to escape in Myanmar Laos travel. With more than 8000 small islands, Myiek Archipelago possesses the serene beauty embracing the jungle and white-sand beach that still witness few visitors. It is almost quiet making you feel like the rest of the world is yours!
Trek to Mt Victoria – the Highest peak in Chin State
If you are adventurous, why can you skip this amazing activity in Myanmar Lao travel? Packed into the Nat Ma Taung National Park, Mt Victoria is home to the diverse flora and fauna especially the beautiful rhododendron. Standing from the top of the mountain, behold the incredible panoramic view to the mountains chasing one after another is truly remarkable experience in your journey. Not just sightseeing, a trip to Mt Victora in Myanmar Laos itinerary will also offer you a chance to engage with the hill tribes who have the special tattoo on faces. You can observe their daily life, traditional custom as well as vibrant tradition.
Enjoy a Breathtaking Cruise along Irrawaddy River
For a long time, the legend Irrawaddy River has shaped the history of Myanmar. Therefore, it’s a big mistake if your trip to Myanmar in Myanmar Laos tour doesn’t cover a cruise along with it. There are many routes on the river but the most beautiful route is from Mandalay to Bagan. A cruise trip at late afternoon is hoped to show you the stunning landscape along the riverside and the daily life of Burmese people who live sparsely along the river. If luckily, you will have a chance to enjoy the majestic sunset which is considered one of the best sunsets in the world.
Best Things to Do & See in Laos from Myanmar Laos Tour Packages
Explore the ancient town of Luang Prabang
Situated amidst the lush jungle, Luang Prabang is the heart of Laotian culture intricate your soul by its natural beauty, colorful mosaic, and quiet atmosphere. A visit to Luang Prabang in Myanmar Laos tour is when you can learn more about the history of the former Laos Kingdom, see the Buddhist monks in morning alms, and pay solemn visits to the beautiful Buddhist monasteries and temples. Together with sightseeing, you can also gain authentic local experience while wandering around the night market, learning to weave and dry your own textiles and then join in a cooking class to cook traditional Laos dishes
Kuang Si Waterfall – the Serene Waterfall Amidst the Jungle
Nested deep to the jungle, the magnificent Kuang Si Waterfall is one of the main tourist attractions in Luang Prabang that you must go once in Myanmar Laos tour to admire its alluring beauty. Hiking, jumping, and swimming in the clear water making it one of the best activities to do in Myanmar Laos itinerary. It’s hard not to be hypnotized by the gorgeous beauty as well as the spectacular cascade. This is an ideal place for those people to behold the colorful butterflies gathering around the waterfall without caring about the human.
Wat Phu – the Wonder Ancient Temple of Khmer Kingdom
Located at the base of mount Phu Kao on the West bank Mekong river, the wonderful heritage site of Wat Phu is said to be date back from the 5th century. However, it has gone through a long time that was damaged seriously and restored in the time of Angkor period in the 11 century. In 2001, it was designated as a world heritage site and become one of the main attractions to visit in Laos. Our Myanmar Laos itinerary will lead you to the magnificent temple complex to behold the fantastic ancient architecture of Khmer and Hindu religion showing the relationship between nature and humanity. To enter the temple, you will have to pass through a long road that is marked with mossy tiled stones make you feel like you are taking a trip back in time.
Savor Spicy Laos Cuisine – Must Try Experience in Myanmar Laos Tour
There is nothing fantastic than enjoying mouth-watering dishes after a long day sightseeing. Once savory Laos cuisine in Myanmar Laos tour, you will find out the food has a great influence from China and French. Sticky rice and stinky padaek are the main ingredients of every meal in Laos. Some of the must-try dishes are Laap, a famous salad mix from meat and herbs, Khao Phoon rice vermicelli soup, Pho (rice noodle), Laos sausages, and tam mak hoong (papaya salad)