Expanding south from the Himalayas to the tropical islands of the Andaman Sea, Myanmar is a mighty proposition. Its epic scope offers ample promise for guests who like to inject a bit of romance into their travel plans. This adventure utilises a range of different methods of transport, to whisk visitors around some of the country’s most fascinating sights. The journey starts in Yangon, the nation’s biggest city, where guests can explore the colourful streets in a trishaw with a local driver. Following a plane ride to Bagan, the transport gets even more rustic – guests transferring to horse-drawn cart to observe temples such as Thatbyinnyu and Sulamani. Train travel in Myanmar can also be a wonderful experience and the journey from the hill station of Pyin Oo Lwin to Naung Pain via the Gokhtiek Viaduct is one of the country’s best rides. Up at Inle Lake, meanwhile, the main mode of transport is boat: by far the easiest way to experience traditional life on the tranquil lake.
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