No. 147, (5) Quarter, 8(½) Miles, Pyay Road, Mayan Gone Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Tel : +95 (01) 967 001 4 ~ 20, +95 (01) 967 000 1 ~ 20
Website : www.airkbz.com
104 Kanna Road, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Tel : +95 (01) 378 603
Website : www.flymna.com
Ground Floor, Sayar San Plaza, University Ave Road, Bahan Tsp, Yangon.
Tel : + 95 (01) 860 403 5 ~ 38, + 95 (01) 401 484, +95 (01) 860 465 0 ~ 2
Fax : + 95 (01) 860 405 1
Website : www.gmairlines.com
No.3, Thalarwaddy Street, 7 Mile, Mayangone Township Yangon ,Myanmar.
Tel : +95 (01) 656 969
Website : www.airmyp.com
No.41, Shwe Taung Gyar Street, Bahan Township, Yangon ,Myanmar.
Tel : +95 (01) 512 140, +95 (01) 512 473, +95 (01) 512 640
Website : www.asianwingsair.com
No.166, Level-8, MMB Tower Upper Pansodan Road, Mingalar Taung Nyunt Township, Yangon ,Myanmar.
Tel : +95 (01) 383 101~106, +95 (01) 379 940
Website : www.yangonair.com
No.1(A), Pyay Road, 51/2 Miles, Hlaing Township, Yangon ,Myanmar.
Tel : +95 (01) 525 488
Website : www.airmandalay.com
Seasons of Yangon International Airport Hotel, Airport Estate, Mingalardon Township, Yangon ,Myanmar.
Tel : +95 (01) 533 311
Website : www.apexairline.com
No. 36-38(A), Grand Myay Nu Condo, Myay Nu Street, Sanchaung Township, Yangon ,Myanmar.
Tel : +95 (01) 230 606 8~70, +95 (9) 250 293 882 (ext 201, 102)
Website : www.fmiair.com
Train expeditions in Myanmar are unforgettable events. The beautiful scenes and natural views from the train window can show you the unchanged lifestyle from years. You will encounter the green paddy fields, mountain ranges, the blue sky, the nature and its people. During the Japanese occupation in Myanmar, a number of gauge engines from Japan were adjusted to run in Myanmar. More of the additional machines were brought with the allied forces. Still the pre-war designed trains can still be found in Myanmar. There are steam locomotives which are getting extinct in the world today. There are trips which take about 14 days traveling from Yangon. The destination plans starts from Yangon and crosses Thazi, Mandalay, Lashio and Bagan. For detail journey please contact your tour operator to adjust the schedules.
THE GOKTEIK BRIDGE
The Gokteik Bridge is a structure of steel trestle construction for railway line to Lashio. The construction began in 1901 by an American company known as the Pennsylvania and Maryland Bridge Construction. The Gokteik Bridge was completed in 1913. The length of the bridge is 2260 feet long and 320 feet high above a deep ragged stone rock valley. The bridge was destroyed in the World War II but was repaired later by the Myanma Railway. It is a remarkable construction which is still in good condition and can be considered as a masterpiece. This bridge is a must to cross once you are in Myanmar.
The Yangon Circular Train was built by the British in 1954. It covers a railway track loop of 45.9 kilometers and stops at 39 stations. It takes almost 3 hours to complete the journey. Trains make both clockwise (Right) and counter-clockwise (Left) journeys daily along the railway loop. Trains depart Yangon Railway station approximately every 45 to 60 minutes.
The Yangon Circular Train will give you a chance to mingle with the friendly locals and get a glimpse into their laid back and almost stress free life style. Don’t forget to take your camera to capture some of the most picturesque sceneries along the way.
We are providing reasonable price and best quality car rental services as (Car + Driver + Fuel) all in one service in Myanmar. We have Car Rental Service in Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan, Heho, Nyaung Shwe (Inle), Taung Gyi, Kalaw, Pindaya, Loikaw, Sittwe and Mrauk U. If you need further information you could contact us by email.
The luxury river cruise ship has been created by Venice-Simplon-Orient-Express from Road To Mandalay Cruise the former MS Nederland. Since 1995 this totally refurbished ship sails between Mandalay and Bagan. The ship has a swimming pool, a large sun deck, a spacious observation lounge with large windows in addition to the excellent cabin facilities, a restaurant able to accommodate all passengers in one sitting and satellite communications.
Mahaythi is licensed by the Department of Marine Administrationand Ministry of Hotels & Tourism as a passenger-carrying vessel and also licensed as a floating restaurant. Her elegance and comfort make ‘Mahaythi’ equally suitable for business entertainment, holidays or for that special occasion such as a honeymoon cruise.
Based on an antique rice and sand carrying barge, ‘Mahaythi’ is almost totally constructed from Thingan wood and furbished with Golden Teaks; she has many unique concepts which make her stand out from the other barges on the river. After an extensive re-furbishing program, the barge ‘Mahaythi’ is the latest, first ever, and undoubtedly, most tourist class vessel to enter the Yangon river trade. Catering to travellers and business persons alike, ‘Mahaythi’ plies the Yangon River and Twante Canal and its tributaries, providing an unforgettable trip and facilities in a luxurious yet traditional style.
RV Pandaw was built in Scotland on the Clyde by the famous ships builder Yarrow & Co on 1947 with the same design of the pre-war Quarter Wheeler steamers of the Irrawaddy Flotilla Company.
In the 1998, the vessel was converted into a tourist pleasure luxurious river cruise vessel in the Myanma Shipyard (Sinmalike) by the revived Irrawaddy Flotilla Company Ltd. and during their management docking was performed annually at the Dalla Dockyard. In the second half of the 2003, Ayravata Cruises signed the charter agreement with Inland Water Transport and the Pandaw underwent to major renovations.
Now the two ships are running under Ayravata Cruises: RV Pandaw 1947 (An original Colonial Steamer) and RV Paukan 2007 (New Charming Cruising Boutique Hotel). It offers river cruises to explore the Royal capitals around Mandalay and experience the life of the great Irrawaddy River beyond Royal Mandalay and Ancient Bagan.
Pandaw cruising is different from other forms of cruising. The atmosphere on board is informal and relaxed. A Pandaw cruise is a deeply tranquil experience. There are no (nonessential) Tannoy announcements and other irritations normally associated with a cruise ship. Pandaw passengers like to be smart casual at night, but do not dress up. There is no captain’s table at dinner or any of the other rituals associated with sea cruising.
The Amara River Cruise is a traditional Myanmar riverboat traveling along the Ayeyarwaddy River. It is made of teak wood and was completely refurbished by local craftsmen in 2003. It is 30 metres / 100 feet long and with a shallow draft of 1 meter / 3 feet and two Japan made 180hp Hino engines it can go as far north as Bhamo.
11th Century Bagan archaeological site along with ancient thousand of pagoda and wonder of natural Inle Lake with unique leg rowing and floating firms, houses and monasteries on stilt.
Our luxurious all suite ship will take you in style on voyages of breathtaking beauty and discovery on the mysterious rivers of Myanmar (Burma). Visit temples, pagodas, palaces and monasteries along the Irrawaddy River on a choice of cruises from Mandalay to Bagan, Bhamo or Yangon. Journeys on its great tributary, the Chindwin, will take you to places visitors rarely see – through the jungles of the north, forgotten villages, and ancient towns almost to the Indian border.
Sanctuary Ananda is custom built by local craftsmen using traditional materials while offering sleek contemporary luxury. Sanctuary Ananda set sail on the Myanmar Rivers in November 2014 and offers 20 spacious suites on three decks, the luxurious Owner’s suite, a sundeck with an outdoor pool and the Kansi panorama lounge.
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