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Luxury and private Experiences

At Myanmar Diaries, a luxury experience is first and foremost about privacy, uniqueness, rarity and timing. We want to provide you with the most authentic and exclusive experiences, in the most inaccessible areas without sacrificing comfort and wellness. An intimate candle-lit dinner in the middle of Inle Lake, private meditation session in a remote monastery, authentic trekking to the secluded Chin villages or an exclusive tour of Yangon streets with a private chef, a designer or a famous architect. Luxury is about discovering the backstage of a destination, deeply understanding its tradition and culture, in the most remote places, even if you are time-bound. Share with us your aspirations and we will make help you organize your once in a lifetime journey!

Hot Air Balloon in Inle Lake

Destination: Inle Lake

Take to the skies for an unforgettable hot air balloon flight over Inle Lake. Drift above floating gardens and stilted houses, capturing a birds’ eye view of the lake as the sun rises over the surrounding mountains.

Irrawaddy Sandbank Dinner

Destination: Bagan

Enjoy a magical evening under the stars. As the sun begins to set over Bagan, cruise to a sandbank in the middle of the Irrawaddy River. Dine on delicious Myanmar cuisine with the stars above your head and soft sand at your feet.

Hot Air Balloon Ride in Bagan

Destination: Bagan 

Waking up early has never been so rewarding! Set off in the dark for a sunrise hot air balloon flight over Bagan, an unforgettable Myanmar experience unlike any other. Coast above the plains of central Myanmar, capturing a bird’s eye view of more than 2,000 pagodas and the glimmering Irrawaddy River.



Irrawaddy sunset cruise with cocktails

Destination: Bagan 

What better way to end a day of sightseeing than with a scenic river cruise? Enjoy a private boat trip along the Irrawaddy River, soaking up views of Bagan’s famous temples and riverside villages. Sip a sunset cocktail and relax on one of Asia’s greatest waterways.


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