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Myanmar is one of Asia’s hidden gems for tourists. The history of Myanmar is rich and more complex than most visitors expect. The earliest signs of life date back to what is referred to as the ‘Pondaung Man’, who traveled these lands more than 40 million years ago.

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A Trip to Mt. Victoria

In the pretty morning, there is nothing but peace and pleasant sound of the Dhamma song. We start the Mt. Victoria trip from Mandalay. Luckily, we can see endemic bird species in person and the amazing view of the Sea Cloud in the Natmataung which is the highest mountain in the Chin State of western Myanmar and it is one of the ultra-prominent peaks of Southeast Asia with a high of 10,016 feet above the sea level. In the early evening, we arrive at the Kanpetlet Township. We lead to the Sky Palace Hotel in hotel zone where we stay comfortably. After checking in the hotel, take a rest and also take a bath in order to get freshness by relaxing just moment for a long. And then, we have massive dinner at the hotel. After having dinner, we lead to Kanpetlet downtown to see the lightning festival in the full moon day of Thadingyut. We drive back to the hotel to take overnight with the chilly air coming from the mountain no need air condition. In the early morning, we prepare to see sunrise without having an early breakfast in case we should catch the amazing sunrise view come out from the running white cloud like a sea of the cloud. And then, we proceed to the top of the mountain by hiking for an hour. On the way to the mountain, we take a group photo by feeling the wonder of nature and we see TaungZaLatt flower completely dominated the entire mountain ranges of Chin State. We lead to the base camp because it is the time for a lunch. After having lunch at the hotel, we lead to the Kanpetlet Township to see the daily life of the antique people who is the lady with flute and face tattooing famous around the world as the fascinating tradition. Tour Leader give not only the information to learn about the taboo and tradition that is very polite to greet with the local people in there but also an explanation the history of this fascinating tradition that the women began tattooing their faces as a way of becoming ugly to the neighboring Burmese king to avoid being kidnapped. This trip is very remarkable and enjoyable. On the way the trip, we see a lot of flower which all wild and scenic view of the Chin State. We are very lucky because we see the endemic bird species in Myanmar. Myint Ko Ko WinTour OperatorHeritage Mandalay Travels

Loikaw Trip

We start the Loikaw Trip from Mandalay listening pleasing Dhamma Songs and ParittaSuttas in the sweet evening. This Trip is very marvelous trip because we see daily life, culture and tradition of the Karen and Kayah antique people in the Kayah State. On the way to Loikaw, we have an early breakfast at Shwe Owe local restaurant in PhaeKhone Township. Tour Leader give the information to learn some local languages such as ‘A Ba Ta Raw Ri=Mingalarpar/Ta Yay Ban = Thank You.’ It is very polite to greet with the local people.  In the very good morning, we see the scenery view of the Loikaw City which is the capital of the Kayah State also the smallest state in Myanmar.  We can feel the authentic adventures trip with the greatest ethnic diversity in there.We lead to the Golden Hill hotel to give information for an early Check in the hotel near ThiyiMingalar Loikaw Myoma Market. When we get each room for the clients, we take a rest and take a nap for a couple of hours in order to get the freshness and also to rejuvenate our cells because we drove all night long without sleeping. After taking a shower to get freshness, we lead to Demawso Local Market where we can go there only three days on Saturday, Monday and Wednesday in order to buy the souvenir of the Local People. And then, we proceed to the trip to Panpet Village where it has been carefully developed to minimize the negative impacts of tourism and maximize the benefits of tourism for locals by the state holder, public and service providers of the smokeless industry in order to see not only the daily life of the antique people and also the handicraft making such as traditional bracelets and costume. We can also see the local people famous around the world as the long neck Karen being in hand weaving cottage industry by hiking round about half an hours. Their long-neck tradition is in fact gradually dying out but gradually, only older women who are in some rural areas kindly wear the rings. After shopping the souvenir just for the remembrance in the Panpet Local Market when the weather is very charming and fine, we have lunch at the Markopolo Local Restaurant nearby NgweTaung Dam. And then, we lead to the ‘Kan 7 Sint’ at there the clients take a rest with the fresh air against the bright sun light and coach master take a nap with the fresh air why he would like to get the energy to give the good services for the clients. We drive to the Htee Pwint Lake which is the mud volcanic lake also landmark of the Kayah State. In the beautiful evening, we lead to the TaungKwe Pagoda which is very interesting pagoda sitting at the different levels on the hilltop not only for seeing the sunset beauty offering panoramic views of the distant plainness hills and mountains but also for paying homage to the replica Buddha Image situated at the top of the hill. We drive back to the hotel and lovely overnight at there. After having breakfast at the hotel, we lead to see the sighting another interesting places in Loikaw such as Kyat Cave, HteeSaeKhar and Lawpita Hydroelectric Industry. We apply the permit with NRC card copy for the entrance to see the Lawpita Hydroelectric Industry. In the second days of sightseeing, firstly, we drive to Kyat Cave where we can be seen the broken wooden boxes that are believed to be coffins from many years ago located ten miles away from Loi Kaw. And then, we lead to HteeSaeKhar waterfall which is lovely situated near Shan and Kayah border where we take a group photo just for remembrance. We are leading back to Loikaw City in order to see the Lawpita Hydroelectric Industry why we would like to know how it operate to be an electricity by sending to the urban centers Yangon and Mandalay via two high voltage transmission lines. When we across the military gate, we left the National Registration Card for the security. This trip is very enjoyable because service provider give very good travel services for the clients satisfying. Myint Ko Ko WinTour OperatorHeritage Mandalay Travels

Ywar Ngan – Pindaya Trip

We started the trip in the very good early morning when the weather was fine. On the way to Ywar Ngan, we had an early breakfast at the “Htun Thit Sa” local tea shop in Kyaukse. Kyaukse is a town and capital of Kyaukse District in Mandalay Region. It is famous for the Kyaukse Elephant Dance, sustained by a new generation of dancers for the tradition and custom. The marvelous elephant dance is performed by two persons, wearing colorful elephant costume, and dancing (in rhythm) in a life-size Elephant figure made of bamboo and paper. The lovely river named Zawgyi was flowing from Myogyi Dam near the Elephant Head Mountain where was an admirable background view taking the group photos with the fresh air of this stream. At the top of the mountain which is over four thousand feet above the sea level, we could have a chance to enjoy the picturesque mountain view with running clouds. Then, we continued our trip to Ywar Ngan while listening pleasing Danu and Shan songs along the way. As soon as we arrived at Ywar Ngan, we paid homage to Shwe Pwint Lin Ancient Pagoda near Sein Yao So local restaurant. After having lunch at the Danu tradition local restaurant, Sein Yao So, we drove to the Genius coffee shop, which is famous for their own organic coffee plantation, to have a cup of fresh after-lunch coffee. After that, we arrived to the blue pond, also called Mya-Tha-Bait-Yay-Pyar-Aing. Despite of the scientific fact of some chemical in the soil, local people believe that the water is in blue color because of some treasure such as emerald bowl buried under the lake by angles. Legendary is that the angels kept the emerald bowl to donate it to the future Arimaitreya Buddha, who will bring enlightenment and wisdom to all of us. The tour leader gave us a briefing about the location of the rest room, things we shouldn’t do – not to litter to the pond including the bread for the fish. The water of the pond was so clear that we could see the fishes swimming peacefully around the branches of the trees at the floor of the pond. We then moved on to the Forest Star waterfall, in Burmese Taw-Kyal Yae-Ta-Gon where the waterfall as well as the blue pond have been looking after by the near monastery where we can take the rest room and that your contribution was welcome. After fifteen minutes driving, we were here to ‘Main Ma Ye Taung’, Brave Women Hill. Tour Leader came up with about that we should use the restroom for the health located on the foot of the hill before getting upstairs that it had over 190 steps to reach at the top of the hill in which we could get a nice view to take photos. And then, we drove to the Pindaya Cave where it is smokeless zone and also it has a length is 490 feet long and 8,094 Buddha Statue in the registrations. After one hour driving, we saw the Pindaya Cave in person luckily. Every small corner and nook of the cave was cramped with Buddha Images up to the ceiling. After paying homage and donation money and gold leaf as we would like to give the best things to our Lord Buddha, we took a photo where in front of the cave entrance was the huge Spider Sculpture and a Prince aiming his bow at it. In there, there were so many mythological legendaries about the ‘Thudanu’ Royal Prince and Seven Angels from the Silver Mountain Country. The Pindaya cave is an important travelling site for the local pilgrimage and also for the tourists. We bought the souvenir in order to give the neighbor as the remembrance present of the Shan State. Pone Taloke Lake was another attraction at the Pindaya. On the way to this tip, we saw a lot of flower which were all wild and seasonal flowers in the Shan State. We were very lucky because we came across lots of beautiful scenery in which was full of yellow because it was the time for sunflowers. In this trip, the clients were very satisfied by the service provider being in the tourism field while they saw the various kind of admirable scenery view and enjoyed the nature of the good weather. Myint Ko Ko WinTour OperatorHeritage Mandalay Travels Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyaukse

Staff Party at the Ngwe Saung Beach

Ngwe Saung is a beach resort located 48 km west of Pathein, Ayeyarwady Region, Myanmar. Opened in March 2000, an unspoilt 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) stretch of silvery sand and modern amenities have made Ngwe Saung a popular destination for less budget conscious tourists from Lower Myanmar. We have planned a company trip to this amazing Ngwe Saung beach for their staff party. We left Bagan in the evening and had a few stops on the way to the beach. First, we paid homage to the Myathalun Pagoda, located at the north of Magway. The, we had lunch at the Mya Thawdar local restaurant at the base of the Pagoda. Our next stop was at the Daw Thin local restaurant in Ohitshitpin township where we had our dinner and took some rest, drank some juices and washed up to get refreshed. After playing jaunty music and driving overnight, we entered the Pathein town, where Ngwe Saung beach is located, in the next early morning. Pathein is a small peaceful town with a scenic waterfront and famous for colorful handmade Pathein umbrella (workshops) and many Buddhist temples. The town was busy with people, selling things and making a living since the early morning. We had our early breakfast at the Nightingale local restaurant. After crossing the Pathein suspension bridge and a signboard “To Ngwe Saung” near the toll gate, we were welcomed by the beautiful sea view with salty air. The first thing we did was early checking in at the Luxury Hotel to settle our luggage. Then, our play time began. Taking a group picture was a must before playing at the beach. When the evening came, we started the Staff Party -- singing songs and lucky draw program shouldn’t be missed out in an annual celebration party. This trip was remarkable for the group tour travelling by proficient Coach Master. And, everyone was very satisfied for getting not only a good travel service but also well operation for them in the smokeless industry. Myint Ko Ko WinTour OperatorHeritage Mandalay Travels Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ngwesaung

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