The New York Times gets tip on Myanmar from Kensington's Destination Specialist.
Awarded ‘50 Tours of a Lifetime’ by National Geographic Traveler Magazine.
Thailand tours present you with a wealth of different experiences. You can visit the thriving hub of activity in Bangkok before traveling to one of the many solemn temples spread throughout the country. You should also make a point to stop by Khao Yai National Park, which stands as one of Thailand's most visited sites.
This famous national park has earned such a sterling reputation for good reason. For starters, it is home to an impressive array of wildlife, ranging from lions and tigers to elephants and hundreds of kinds of birds. Not only that, but there are more than 30 miles of hiking trails, so exploring the lush environment is not difficult.
There are a number of highlights that make Khao Yai National Park such a popular destination, but perhaps its most well-known features are its awe-inspiring waterfalls. Specifically, the park's Haew Narok Waterfall is regarded as the most breathtaking natural feature it has to offer. The impressive three-tiered structure rises about 492 feet from top to bottom. It also stands at the end of a relatively easy trail, and getting there brings you through the heart of the national park.
(Yangon, Bagan, Inle Lake)
Glide silently past local Shan villagers and their centuries-old stilt houses on the serene waters of Inle Lake in this time-locked land.
As your small motorboat slides onto the sandy bank of a deserted beach and your attentive guides set up a gourmet seaside picnic, all that’s left to do is allow the turquoise waters of this remote paradise wash away your stresses.
(Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan, Inle Lake)
Watch the sun set over Myanmar as you sip cocktails perched high on Pyathagyi pagoda and reflect on the rich cultural heritage of this mysterious region.
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