Delve deeper into Burmese culture and history on a tour that takes you off the beaten path and reveals a side of Myanmar that most first-time visitors don’t see. Explore local haunts such as markets with a guide allows you to overcome the language barrier and get a more authentic glimpse into Yangon and its surrounds.
The small town to Twante is famous for its pottery and cotton-weaving of blankets and longyis. This old tradition passed by older generations to younger and until today it’s going on. Our day adventure to Twante from Dala is with by public transports. A ferry from Pansodan jetty to Dalah, and continue by a local transport / taxi to Twante about an hour. Central market visit, pottery cottages, Shwesandaw Paya and one the way you’ll be passing through a beautiful countryside and many local villages. One can learn how village life, how villagers are living on farming, fishing, breeding live-stocks and producing bamboo related products. Pottery is a major cottage industry in Twante and it supplies much of the Delta region with well-designed, utilitarian containers of varying shapes and sizes. The pots are made in huge thatched-roof sheds in Oh-Bo district. Lunch is included at one fine restaurant and at the end of the day, we’ll go back to Yangon.
The tour makes you to learn about local communities to know more about the lifestyle of villagers, support local enterprises and learn about the recycle products.Tour Highlights : Support local benefits, Learn recycle products, Experience public transport and reduce CO2, Interact with local communities, Enjoy cultural sites
Sanchaung is a dynamic township in the west of Yangon stretching from the Circular Railway line to the U Wisara Road. With its lively neighbourhoods, colourful markets, quiet lanes and a number of venerable heritage buildings it is a perfect quarter to explore. Some 100 000 people live here, which are a blend of various ethnicities and religions.The best way to explore Sanchaung is by sidecar which brings you not only to significant places like the quiet Rangoon War Cemetery, the nearly 100 years old Kyee Myin Daing Railway Station or the venerable Koe Htat Gyi Pagoda but also to a bustling market and to creative artisans for religious objects.The sidecar drivers are all residents from this township and are happy to show you their home area. They work in collaboration with us from the Myanmar Responsible Tourism Institute (MRTI) which is promoting responsible tourism development in Myanmar.
This program will bring you the new experience of local trishaw ride and visit the other site of Yangon city. It’s just take half day for this tour and you will get the unforgettable moments during your stay in Yangon, Myanmar.
Stand in the middle and watch two worlds collide. This tour is suitable for those who want to have an unforgettable experience of the rich culture & tradition of Myanmar while visiting to the most spectacular places in Yangon.You will be spending your two contrasting days and witness the Yangon realness with an AMAZING tour guide insured to have maximum fun. Day One - Rustic WorldDay Two - Contemporary WorldThis tour is specially designed by both locals and expats alike - based on years of rich experiences and knowledge of the culture and city itself. Yet, the tour is flexible and can be moderately changed according to your preferences and needs.