Dawei (Tavoy)

Hsipaw & Kyaukme (Northen Shan State)

kyaingtong 07Hsipaw, is the principal town of Hsipaw Township in Shan State, Myanmar on the riverbank of DuthawadiRiver. It is 200 km north-east of Mandalay. The most popular site for trekking lovers and being close to nature. Trekking to Shan rural villages, river cruise and some day trips we can easily organize.

Kyaukme is a town in northern Shan State of Burma. It is situated on the Mandalay - Lashio road, after Pyin Oo Lwin and Nawngh Cho, and before Hsipaw, on what is now the Mandalay - Muse road, part of the Asian Highway route 14. We can visit to Pa O tribal villages and the quality tea is growing in this area, and some other home-made products we can learn in the town.

Myitkyina & Putao

kyaingtong 07Myitkyina is the capital of Kachin State. It’s the northern most railway terminal, 919 miles from Yangon and 487 miles from Mandalay. From Kyitkyina, about 25 miles to the north of the town, visitors can tour the confluence (Myitsone) of Maikha and Malikha, the source of the Ayeyarwaddy River and it’s one of the most beautiful and important natural beauty spot. Different tribes of national races live in harmony with their own cultures, customs, dialects, dances and lifestyles. There are regular flights from Yangon and Mandalay to Myitkyina.

Putao is the northern extreme part of Myanmar, 457 m above sea level. The place is quiet, small and surrounded by snow-capped mountains stretching from Tibet in the northeast. Steep fields in the valleys around cultivated. There are gardens of hill rice, maize and millet within patches of colocasia, mixed with cereal crops, cucumbers, gourds, and huge marrows. The higher region is populated with pine, hemlock, and silver fir mixed with some larch. From 2750 meters to 3660 meters almost pure conifer forests cover the slopes. There is an abundance of hardwoods: oak, maple, and birch, walnut, chestnuts, as well as rhododendron and others. The people stand for their lives by farming and cultivated paddy in the lower plains of the valley by irrigation. Producing orchids, grape fruits, honey and wax are famous in Putao.

We can organize a package trip to Putao and visitors can do rafting, trekking, fishing, elephant rides, cycling and mountain-biking. For more information, click info@peacehousetravel.com

Kayah State

kayah state Kayah State is situated in eastern Myanmar. It is bounded on the north by Shan State, on the east by Thailand's Mae Hong Son Province, and on the south and west by Kayin State. Loikaw is the capital of Kayah State. As with many other states in Myanmar, Kayah have has its own fair share of ethnic minority populations and inhabited primarily by the Karenni ethnic group, also known as Red Karen, Kayin (Karen), Padaung, Yinbaw, Bre,a Sino-Tibetan people.

We can easily extend the trip to this beautiful state from Kalaw (by car and train) and Inle Lake by a private boat to Phe Khone. Train from Kalaw departs around 07:15 am to Pin Laung and the scenery on the way is stunning and passing through the green paddy fields, mountains, villages and countryside. One can see beautiful countryside, many tribes and farmers are working in the fields, animals moving here and there and sometime people trade to the merchants on the road with their fresh cut vegetable products from their fields. Kayah sausage and wrapped rice and pork packages are great foods to taste when you’re there.

Kayah State (extension trip from Kalaw or Inle Lake) 4 days 3 nights

Price per person in USD:

Price per person based on a private tour (USD) 1 Pax 2 Pax 3-4 Pax 5-7 Pax
4 days / 3 nights 585 USD 335 USD 300 USD 295 USD

Single supplement: 72 USD

Mon State

kyaingtong 07Mawlamyine is the capital of Mon State and the third largest city of Myanmar after Yangon and Mandalay. It is situated at the mouth of the “Than Lwin River”, 171 km south east of Yangon. It’s extremely beautiful and famous for its tropical fruit such as durians, mangoes, rambutans, mangosteens, and pomelos. There are many tourists’ destinations in its vicinity. It’s accessible by road and rail from Yangon.

Sightseeing can do to Mon cultural museum which has some interesting displays, Kyaikthanlan Pagoda, Uzena Pagoda, Seindon Mibaya Kyaung, where King Mindon’s queen sought refuge and the Zeygyi Market and the strand is a pleasant place to stroll with beautiful colonial buildings facing the river.

Sittwe

sittwe-beach-01Sittwe is the provincial capital of Rakhine, Myanmar's most westerly state. This port city sits at the mouth of the Kaladan River where it empties into the Bay of Bengal. Sittwe is, however, a Muslim city in a largely Buddhist country. For both Buddhists and Muslims in Sittwe, there is a distinctive Rakhine twist on standard Myanmar culture that includes the enjoyment of much spicier foods and brighter coloured clothing. The town has two museums of interest and has a huge local fish market that is intriguing. An old steel clock tower topped with a weathervane in the centre of town was erected by the Dutch in the 18th century. A historical footnote: Scottish short story writer and novelist Hector Hugh Munro, known by his pen name 'Saki', was born here in 1870.

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