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Chin State

       The Chins are the Tibet-Burma people living at the great mountain chain running up western Myanmar into Mizoram in north-east India. Capital of Chin state is Hakar. There are 14 townships in the Chin State: Cikha, Hakha, Falam, Kanpale, Matupi, Rezua, Mindat, Paletwa, Rihkhuadar, Thantlang, Taddim, Tuithang and Tonzang. There have 52 sub-tribes among the chin. Many Chins settle in the middle to the north of the state care to call themselves Mizo. In the past the arduous terrain meant there was little communication between villages. The Chins had to aid on their lowland neighbors for food and supplies in times of emergency. Modern development and the foundations of basic extent have made their life easier. We have been known for 1.5 million Chins in Myanmar, we can distinguish for more than forty sub-groups by their matchless of facial tattoos and costumes. Some women live in the southern.

Traditional Tattoo

       Chin Hills are still tattoo at her face. The tattoo tradition knowledge began a thousand year ago. The man from neighboring places captured pretty Chin girls as Salvery. The reason is girl's facial tattoo are refrain from grabber of compel. But tattoo designs are different between Munn, Makhan and Dine tribes. Tattoo of Munn's deigns is a line of small circles throughout the neck, straight lines making half moon shape for the cheeks. Young women of the Munn tribe in Mt. Victoria field are eager to do this customs. Dine's deigns is a lot of spots the whole face. Dine ladies are also show that they exert to be drudge and its testimony was a ring shapes tattoo around the ankles which they still have today. Makhan's deigns is like as a spider-net shape tattoos, it can't be found around Mindat. At present, we can't see the mass the female chins with tattoos on their faces in north and central Chin state, but we can see other south Chin villages still detention this tradition.

Agriculture & Culture

       In the hilly chin state harrow are created for many narrow flat levels in a hillside. It is not easy to farming for the cattle in their mountain areas. Chins are cultivating for corns, rice, beans, potatoes, mustard, mandarins, apples, mulberry, and grapes. Chin races are famous like as hunters. The chin Hills are covered with thick forests and plentiful for wildlife. Firstly, they used for traditional knots and arrows but later with local-made black power guns. But, now, the Chin people began capably for hunt. If you visit to inside of Chin house in any Chin village, you will see the skulls of animals on their wall that the shot of themselves. There will be skulls of mithans, bears, wild boars, sambhurs, muntjacs, monkeys and hornbill beaks adoring the wall.
Interesting Places

       Most famous places are heart shape lake is called "Reh Lake", it is so beautiful and one of the attractive of Chin and close to the Indian border. Mt. Victoria can also be mountaineering. And then, you can also visit to the Nat-Ma-Taung (Mt. Victoria) nature park in the Chin State. The New Year festival of Chin is celebrated at 20th February in Chin State on the waxing moon of the Myanmar month Kason, English month May. The purpose is making farewell to the old year and welcoming for New Year. And they wish for everyone new life with new vigor, and also happiness.

How to get there?

       It is significant by car on bad roads along the mountain sides and valleys. One of the points for not easy is harsh nature of landscape. It is one of the feelings. You can be reached Kanpatlet (the national park of Mt. Victoria) and Mindet from the center of plain field. Firstly, you pass the Ayeyarwaddy River by Boat and go with use by road to Mindet along Kanma, Pauk, Kyaunkhtu. It takes be long approximately 08 hours for 92 miles. Bagan, Chauk, Saw, Kanpelet are the second route, 97 miles with a day trip. We would like to recommend to the visitor it is more sutiable for visit at the month of November to April.

Natmatunag (Mt. Victoria)

       It is one of the Eco-tourism sightseeing. Mt. Victoria is stands with 10,018 feet high and it is also known as for highest mountain of Chin State. And it is 279 square mile wide and founded in 1994 for Natmataung National Park. It is extended to Mindat, Kanpetlet, Matupi Township. There have many species of mammals such as bear, wild boar, leopard, guar, serow, gibbon, butterfly, reptiles and more than 159 bird species. Hill evergreen forests, Moist Upper Mixed deciduous forests, Pine forest and Hill Sanannah are there like as different types of forest.
Mindat

       Mindat is district for Matupi and Paletwa. Munn, Makan and Dine tribes are live in Mindat and they incinerate the fatality corps and insert into jar for the ash. In Mindut you may observe various Chin traditional dances, frighten away the monkey to protect their crops, dance when someone dies, ritual offering dance, frightening evils dance. And also find Chin musician who blow the bamboo flute with his nose and a church. Farewell dinner with local Chin traditional dance over a bonfire joining hand in hand.

Myeik

       The Myeik archipelago is located on the Taninthayi Division, southern part of the country and the coast side of the Andaman Sea. It is far about 862 kilometer from the south of the Yangon. It is one of the world’s hidden tourism destinations. In 2011 the population of Myeik district is about 209000. The visitors can take 1 hour 40 minutes by domestic flight from Yangon to Kawthaung. From Thailand, 30 min boat trip from Ranong( border of Thailand) to Kawthaung. Daily domestic flight takes 1 hr 15 min from Bangok to Ranong and daily flight takes 20 min from Phuket to Ranong. From Yangon to Myeik, it takes 2 days by car (express car). Myeik’s Archipelagoes are very popular and worth to go there. In 16th century, the Myeik was a seaport and trading center with Europeans, Thai, Chinese, Indian, Malay, Portuguese, Dutch, French and English. Most of the people know Myeik as “Mergui”. After the England war (1687) the French officer Chevalier De Beauregard was made the city of Mergui’s governor. This Myeik Archipelago is very huge area vast about 36000 square kilometers (14000 square miles). This island is lies on the Peninsula and extends to the Andaman Sea. The population is occupied in rubber, coconuts, pearl farming, sea products which from get the sea like shrimp paste, dried fish, ngapi, salt and also bird’s nests. The bird’s nests are expensive and rare product. This is get from wall of the mountain. It is very good for health and use for age defense. Myeik’s natural pearl is majestic and value attraction on the world. Exports products are include tin, tungsten, dried fish, prawn, fish paste, salt, rubber and bird’s nests.

       Tanintharyi is included the eight hundred and ten islands of Myeik Archipelago, which is part of the Mali Island, north to Zardetgyi Island and south west of Byinnaung point( Myanmar’s end boundary). Due to its virtual isolation, the Myeik Archipelago, many islands and around the seaside are very attractive with amazing variety of flora and fauna and very colorful underwater sight and marine life. Tanintharyi is the major manufacturing place for natural resources like pearl, bird’s nests and sea food products. All of the Myeik’s islands have silvery sandy beaches. Good for snorkeling and scuba diving. There have many places for sports activities like sea canoe, fishing, diving and snorkeling. In the deepest underwater, the sea ground is covered with rock apex, coral and reef. The visitors can see gracious dolphins, sharks and variety of fish species. Diving in there has marvelous talent, yet invisible environmental problems make threats the reefs. Along the beach, make sailing is the really cool and refreshing knowledge. In this place sailing is permitted since 1997 and now there have 30 licensed companies. From October to April, the villagers start to trawling and meshing at this season. But some unknowledgeable villagers caught with dynamite it can be destroyed the beauty of underwater. In Myeik Archipelago there have many expert divers, they make searching for oysters and pearl.

       The islands are rocky, undestroyed land topography, and huge limestone and granite scenery. The huge majority are unoccupied and untouched by humans. These parts have natural beauty coral reefs, charming landscape, colorful vast fish species and invertebrate lives. And also see huge caves, lagoons, superb silvery beaches, green forests, rare species birds and sea gypsies (who stay in the sea for long term). The others choice for visitors are scuba diving trips with wide range of many locations and dive sites. Famous Myanmar Andaman Resort is located at southern Myanmar, Macleod Island in Myeik Archipelago. It is far 40 miles from Kawthaung and Ranong (Thailand’s border town). Myeik and Thailand is far only 160 miles. The Andaman Resort is decorated with natural beauty like to get sunshine in daytime, sand, sea and shell which get from sea as well as take part in activities of Marine Eco Tourism.

Salon Gypsies

Why are they unique?

       “Salon” nation from Myanmar, they refer to themselves as Morgan. They are freely roaming in the ocean with small boat from birth to death. These ethnic groups known as "Sea Gypsies" are still found from the Philippines to Borneo to Thailand to Burma. They don’t have home they used their small boat as home. Their lives are romantic but actually, they are fight for their survival. These natural pearl are restrained by sea gypsies, who sail from island to island. During dry season they live on boat and fishing nets but during rainy season they rest at land and repaired their boat after end rainy season they left their rest place and move to sea. Next rainy season they are not sure for their rest place and may be new. They learnt fishing and boat building techniques for generation to generation. These people can be found near the Kawthaung Island. The never do farming on land. They survived by doing roam in the sea and marine products which get in their strange by using various traditional ways.

       They are really skillful people which concern with sea. They can dive without oxygen tanks to gather real pearl from the deepest underwater. They can hunt for stingrays and sharks without any modernized equipments. They searched for sea cucumber and abalone. They lives very hard life but they scorn modern medicines, they thought they don’t need any medicine for survival. During the hot and cold season they survived by fishing, gathering and selling of natural marine products. During the rainy season, they can’t sail on boat because of so windy and roughly sea waves. And they settle down at the nearest island they could find. They search and sell marine products like not only sea shells, oysters, mollusks, ambergris, seaweeds, pearls etc. but also nest that is safe to eat, honey, plants. They worship two spirit gods- the good and the evil. During the spirit festival, the shaman is the central element. At this festival include pop corn, alcohol, and honey betel, flesh and blood of ducks, chickens, dolphins and turtles. One of their musical instruments is made from monitor lizard skin.

       The sea gypsies’ festival celebrates during the second week of February at Ma-Kyon-Galet village on Lampi Island. It is located at the southern part of Myeik Archipelago. The visitors can see the sea gypsy’s dances and traditional dances of local tribes of Dawei and Kawthaung. And also feel the charming beauty of the sea and wonderful islands of Myeik Archipelago.

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Kawthaung

       Kawthaung is the southernmost town in Myanmar about 928 km from Yangon and 648 km from Malawmyaing. Kawthaung was built by British and named as Victoria point. Kawthaung is one of the entry ports into Myanmar and only separated from Thailand by Pakchan River. Across the river is the border town called Ranong, Thailand. Kawthaung is also the gate way of Mergui Archipelago and it was located at the southern edge of Myanmar. Visitors can take 25 minutes boat trip to Kawthaung for sightseeing and shopping. By air, it takes about an hour from Yangon and takes about 2 days by special boats. Traveling by air and boats are recommended for comfort and safety while travel by road is not advised and not comfortable for visitors. Most of the visitors who come from Ranong to Kawthaung by crossing to the river with small long tail boat to enter Mergui archipelago and also come directly from Thailand’s most famous topical paradise city Phuket.

       The town is an important border point to trade the products such as seafood, palm oil, rubber and cashews nuts. Visitor can observe the statue of King Bayintnaung in Kawthaung and he is a symbol of Myanmar Patriotism. The world's largest pearl was discovered in the Makha Lauk pearl oyster exploration area in the north west of Zardatgyi Island in Kawthaung Township. The colorful people are living on that small town. Among of them Burmese, Thai, Malay, Indian and Chinese are prominent. But most Kawthaung people are speaking Burmese and Thai. High numbers of teashops, stores and shops arranging boat charters to Thailand for visitor and trader are located in Kawthaung waterfront (Harbor).

       Foreigners can use their passport to enter Kawthaung through Ranong easily by visa extension in Phuket. For local Thai people, they can use their passport to visit Kawthaung. Around Kawthaung , there has an Andaman Club provides recreational facilities such as 18-hole golf course, huge swimming pool, satellite TV and IDD phone call service. For ecotourism, bird watching in Birds' Nest Island is the famous tourist spot in Kawthaung. The other interesting sites are; underwater diving sites, Dolphin training center, Salon people, Lanpi Marine, Biological Park, Shwe Kyun (Runnel Island). However, since is the harbor town, there still retains the atmosphere of a Fishing.

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Mawlamyine

       Mawlamyine is situates at the river bank of the Thanlwin, Gyaing Rivers and the Attaran Brook entering the sea, is the second busiest seaport, trading center of Myanmar and also third largest city of Myanmar. It is also the capital city of the Mon State. Mon, Kayin, Bamar, Indians and some of Chinese are live in Mawlamyine with total population of about 300,000. Mawlamyine has a good transportations links with other major cities. Now’s day, the bridge is already built across the Thanlwin River, so, it is acceptable by car within a few hour from Yangon. Thanlwin Bridge, the longest road and rail bridge in Myanmar with total length of rail bridge over 7.6 km. And then, you can go also from Yangon by railroad via Bago, it is long 169 miles. The railroad continues south up to Ye terminal (90 miles), but the motor road continues up to Myeik (Mergui) to the far south.

       Mawlamyine was the capital of British Burma from 1827 to 1852, during which time it was a major teak port. The colonial legacy remains in the elegant building along Strand Road The won is attractive to visiors with her colonial buildings, wooden Chevrolet buses and it’s Costal tropical weather. The Payon Cave filled with stalactites and stalagmites consists countless of Buddha images resembled in shrines while the Kawgaun Cave, locally called the Cave of Ten Thousand Buddha, has a great number of Buddha image in divers forms and sizes. About 300 km away from Yangon, it can be reached by road and rail or by a 40-minute's flight from Yangon.

Where to Visit ?

Mawlamyaing Vicinity

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Hpa-An

Kyaik Kha Mi Yele Pagoda

       Kyaikkhami Pagoda is also called Yele Paya, sits atop a flat offshore rock and is jointed to mainland by a covered causeway. Several Buddha relics are said to be enshrined at the pagoda. Kyaikkhami Pagoda was built literally in the sea. It is a popular destination for local pilgrims and some tourists One can see the nearly 100 years old of colonial buildings near by. This pagoda festival is also one of famous festival in Myanmar.

       Another 28 km southward lies Kyaikkhami, a popular coastal resort during British times with its well-known Kyaikkhami Pagoda built literally in the sea. Like the rest of Mon State, Mawlamying, Thanbyuzayat and Kyaikhkami have a hot and wet climate.

Kyaikmayaw

       It is situated in Mon State, 24km south east of Mawlamyine. It is easy to arrive with good road condition but it is only a small town. The temple is also well known for its hundreds of beautiful glazed tiles. Queen Shin Saw Pu ,the builder of temple with Mon Style, built in the late 1455. It is near to Mineral spring sof Yaebu (Hot Water) Village. The Pagoda festival is usually held annually during the transition of Myanmar New Year in April.

Kyaik Tha Lan Pagoda

       Kyaik Tha Lan Pagoda was erected in 875 A.D, during the reign of King Mutpi Raja. The pagoda is the city’s tallest and most visits in town and one of the famous pagodas in Mon State. The pagoda is enriched with hair relic of the Buddha, Tripitaka manuscripts and gold images of the Buddha.

Mahamuni

       Most famous and largest compound in Mawlamyine is Mahamuni Pagoda. Originally built by Mon Style link with many buildings and prevented brick paths. This pagoda is cast in likeness as Mandalay Mahamuni pagoda.

Thanphyuzayat War Cemetery

       The Cemetery located at ThanByuZaYat which is about 60 km from Mawlamyine. Cemetery is well maintained under the Commonwealth War Graves’s commission and is reminiscent of Htaut Kyaunt War Cemetery at Yangon. Thanbyuzayat was the starting point of famous “Death Railway” connecting Myanmar with Thailand constructed by Japanese during World War II. There is a well-kept Allied War Memorial Cemetery for prisoners-of-war who died while constructing the "Death Railway" during World War II; the Railway Museum and a Japanese-built pagoda in memory of the perished Japanese engineers and prisoners-of-war.. Most of those buried were British but there are also markers for American, Dutch and Australian soldiers Two miles outside the town, you can see the ancient city of Waguru (13th century). The walls are still plainly visible and the view from the hilltop is wonderful.

Kyaikkhami Set Se’ Beach

       Another 24 km southward lays Set Se’ Beach, a popular coastal resort during British times with its well-known Kyaikkhami Pagoda built literally in the sea. Like the rest of Mon State, Mawlamyine, Thanbyuzayat and Kyaikhkami have a hot and wet climate. You can see the vendors who sell by fresh coconuts juice and get for seafood at some restaurant. The beach is beauty not only for local but also for tourist and it is also attractive point.

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Hpa-An

The capital of Kayin State is Hpan-an. It is just a village with 200 housing in the bank of Thanlyin river last over 1000 years ago. In 190, it is developed from the stage of village to town. One of the interesting things in Hpa-an is Zwe'kabin mountain. Other interesting place is King's brother cave western part around 12 miles from Hpa-An. There have hot spring and cold spring are flows inside the cave alongside but not combine between each other.

 

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We had a great trip with ACL through Myanmar. We had a great time the tour is set up smartly to give a good impression of Myanmar and each next day touring was better than the day before so “The Best” was kept for the last being: Inle Lake.

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Even though we both got sick, on our tour we both enjoyed Myanmar and also ACL guides & help and genuine concern. Thank you.

ACL – 165 Mr. Dirk Schneider (Germany) (Visited in Apr’2016)
Great & very interesting tour through Myanmar. ACL recommended very good itinerary and we were provided with excellent guides. We really enjoyed our time and will be back.

ACL –169 & ACL - 171 Mrs. Martha Fritzsche Family& Mr. Andrea Kremla Family (Germany) (Visited in Mar’2016)
We satisfied with ACL services.

ACL – 174 Mrs. Terah Bromley Family (USA) (Visited in May’2016)
This trip was absolutely perfect. It all exceeded my expectations. ACL’s operator was very accommodating to our family. He was extremely helpful, kind and patient and took us everywhere we needed to go. Excellent experiences. I will highly recommend ACL to all my friends. Thank you.

We had a wonderful and fantastic new year holiday in Myeik. Thanks to you all for a very professional and caring services from your travel agency, for arranging our flights and hotel. You guys are very responsive.
The hotel you recommended is absolutely great! They are very friendly and accomodating to our needs. They picked up and dropped us off at the airport and adding to that they also arranged a wonderful trip to jackfruit island.
Again, thank you for the recommendation! We will definitely recommend your services to our friends and acquaintances.
Happy New Year! Wishing you all the very best.

Best regards,
Chris and Nidia

We so enjoyed working with ACL and were delighted with the private custom package they put together for us, well within our budget. The guides were all accommodating and very knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. Hotels excellent, great locations and met our American standards. We had so many personal experiences. In Bagan we did a Rotary service project of buying food for a month to feed 74 orphaned boys. In Mandalay I had the opportunity to assist in feeding monks at a College monastery. In Mogok we were invited to have lunch at a relative’s home of our guide. We truly had the opportunity of being and enjoying the warm friendly people of Myanmar and getting to know their fascinating culture.
The office personal of ACL, offer good and prompt communication via email and spoke good English with our phone calls. I highly recommend using this company.

Joseph and Patricia Wolfe
Scottsdale, AZ USA

After living in Vietnam for 5 years we are very impressed with your service , it is so much better than any company we ever used there. We will use you again and recommend you to others.

Mr. Scott and Ms. Cathi Sheppard (ACL- 115 )
Australian

Everything weat very well. Thank You .

Mr. John Stephen (ACL- 109 )
Australian

I would recommend better hotel in Yangon .All other parts of the trip were corresponding my expectations.

Mr. Peter Kolar (ACL- 100 )
Czech

Great service with visa on available ,pick up from airport and car ,drive and guide organized well overall very happy and would recommend to other.

Mr.Wayne and Ms. Michelle Green (ACL-103)
Australian

We were not sure what to expect from ACL when we booked our tour as there was not very much information available when we were looking for an agency. We chose them based on a recommendation on the TA forum and found them to be very helpful and very quick in sending responses ...

Mr Jo and Ms.Ellis (ACL – 75)
Australian

I am compelled to write this review as our trip to Myanmar was done without a hitch. That is due to the professional, friendly service that we received from ACL. From the moment we arrived to our departure the trip was perfect. We wanted to see the sights, meet the people, ...

GSK Truckee (ACL- 98)
Califorina

Well.... Although I am a Myanmar , I had never been to Bagan before. I always wanted to visit there with a tour company not only for convenience but also to learn more about architectural background of pagodas form a professional Bagan tour guide. As a normal Myanmar people ...

Ms.Khin Su Aye
Myanmar

Three weeks touring Myanmar on an individual basis (couple) with transportation, guides and hotels were fantastically organized and supervised by ACL. The quality and flexibility as well as the very competent team and personal contact with the manager and his staff could not ...

Verena (ACL – 55)
French

We wanted to travel to Myanmar 'our way' and for sure Yangon is a must.Try to cross the river to discover that part of the city too. I recommend to visit the Shwedagon pagoda at the end of the day. That way, you can admire it in day light as well as at dark with artificial ...

Peter (ACL – 82)
Belgium

Great service, personal touch, attention to details and travel wisdom from this travel agency. No wonder they won a top award in 2014.Recommended for all travel arrangements, including flights and hotels. Very professional ...

Happy Sheep
China

2nd trip to Myanmar and this time I arranged my tour through ACL. I can't recommend their service enough. Personalised tour and they couldn't be more helpful. Complete attention to detail. 5 star ...

Mr. Justin Tate (ACL – 99)
British

We had such an enjoyable time in Myanmar, the country far exceeded our expectations and I hope that we can make another trip in the near future.

What really made the trip special are the guides that you provided for us. They were all knowledgeable and showed a genuine desire to share the Myanmar culture. Transportation was first rate. Cars were well maintained and drivers safe. Accommodations were what we requested as well. We can highly recommend Viewpoint in Bagan and Bayview in Inle. Panorama was as we requested and adequate for a one night stay in Yangon.

I also want to thank you for your prompt responses to my many requests. In the end, after consulting with 4 different travel agents, I chose ACL because of your prompt and detailed responses. I knew we made the right choice when you hadn't received the wire transfer, yet were so patient and accommodating while I dealt with the situation in the US from Shanghai! I will post on Trip Advisor about my great experience with ACL.

Jezuba, I hope to be contacting you soon to plan our next trip!

Mr. Terrence lee Crandall & Mrs. Sharlene Tan Crandall
US Citizens

Love the whole trip! We had a great time here.

Mr. Atli Mar Sveinssdn & Mrs. Ada Jiang
Icelandic & Chinese Citizen

We appreciated to all the tour arrangement & the services given to us are quite good, we are happy & satisfied. Thank you.

Mr. Phaudy Pangar & Mrs. Meicy Tunggara
Indonesia

We were really impressed with how accommodating ACL has been. It is nice that you call and check up with us and that you are so quick to respond to email. I will be recommending ACL in the internet to tourists.
Very organized, very reliable, trust worthy, helpful
Can recommend to anyone & we would use you again..

Mr. James D. Gauer (ACL- 80)
Canada

We have considered your company has organized an excellent holiday for our family. Using tour guides who are from the local area has meant the guides have been able to recommend restaurant and provides information at our request. The guides have all been excellent and the transport has been excellent. All of this has been helpful in providing a very interesting holiday to a fantastic county.

Mrs. Cecilia Mary Browne (ACL-63)
British

We have recently returned from a 9 night / 10 day holiday in Myanmar. Our group consisted of my wife, our two sons aged 25 and 23 and myself. We used a local travel company called Asia Central Link Co. LTD ( ACL )They helped us plan the trip and provided a very detailed itinerary from Yangoon- Bagan- Mandalay- Pindaya- Inle- Yangoon. The trip include transport in an air-conditioned people carrier with a driver, local, English speaking guides for each destination, 3* accommodation, including breakfast, 3 internal flights, a 3 day / 2 night river cruise aboard the Irrawaddy Princess II and a complimentary farewell meal. Each place we visited had a full itinerary for local places of interest and were explained in the greatest of detail by our helpful guides.
When it came to the end of the holiday, ACL asked us to complete an evaluation form about every aspect of the holiday, which our group did together to ensure we included everyone's perspective. We rated everything as excellent, which I am sure you will appreciate takes some doing for a tour company.
In terms of planning the trip ACL, were very helpful and flexible; there was a sense of good timing and efficiency when planning and then delivering the holiday.

We would highly recommend the use of Asia Central Link CO. LTD.

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Mr. John Jame Hickey (ACL-63)
British

Very impressed by A.C.L – Guides were almost always waiting at airport with clear signs which made the trip hassle-free. Appreciated a checkup care half way through trip. It would be a good idea to give customers a list of tours & prices. That, A.C.L can organize in each location as soon as customers are met. We used locally arranged guides as information was clearer and pricing sensible.

Steve & Claudine Allen (ACL-71)
UK (Living in Thailand)

I have had a very memorable and great time in Myanmar. All of your staffs are a credit to A.C.L and would certainly recommend your tours to anyone.

David Bowron (ACL- 77)
Australian

- excellent & fast response during preparation
- Very complete website
- Excellent organization/ documentation (e.g. vouchers in envelopes, detailed program and pick up at arrival.
- ACL = a very reliable travel partner
- Excellent and customer oriented preparation
- We are very satisfied and will recommend ACL to friends
Testimonial Feedback: We traveled in Myanmar a la carte from 17 to 26 December 2013. ACL helped us with a personal and detailed preparation. The trip was very well organized with an very good and flexible service. ACL was a reliable travel partner for us.

Mr. Peter Hubrecht (ACL-83)
Belgium

We had a wonderful time and really enjoyed ACL's kindness, efficiency and reliability.

Testimonial Feedback: A really worthwhile cultural tour, interesting sites, good hotels, friendly guides, and last but not least an extraordinary well organized trip through ACL who were extremely reliable, helpful and competent.

Mr. Jean Marie Henri Virgile and
Mrs. Verena Maria Margarethe (ACL -55)
Switzerland

ACL organized our trip to upper Myanmar and we are very pleased with their service. They contacted us to make sure all was well and willing to make changes. I would recommend them to my friend and relative.

ACL-40/ Kelli Wong
(United State)

Very Helpful, persistent really good service. Without them, our trip in Myanmar would not be as enjoyable. I would highly recommend ACL to my friends who need a travel operator while visiting Myanmar.

ACL-47/ Mr. Steve Tzuu Liang
( United State )

Absolutely the most helpful group for traveling in Myanmar. No matter the issue or problem or time of day, ACL was always there to help us out and give us personal care.

ACL-47/ Ms. Chelsea Erin Annas
( United State )

Our Myanmar Tour was well organize and follow at every step by ACL to ensure our will being and satisfaction

ACL-49/ Mr. Ridings Keith &
Ms. Morris Julieirene (British)

Excellent tour very attractive and helpful tour company, People are so friendly and warm, Country are very beautiful..
Looking forward to returning next year
Thank you A.C.L

Philipp Laureston (ACL-85)
British Citizen

The trip was outstanding. The guides really helped us gain an understanding of the culture. The planning was great, we made it everywhere as scheduled. There were not any problems. It could not have been better.

Mr. Jerry Nelon (ACL-87)
U.S.A

We have enjoyed our trip to Myanmar very much..
The Pagoda are wonderful, the country has so much to see, and the climate at that time of the year is perfect for us. We are happy to have learnt more about Myanmar and we are hopeful for to future. Thank you ACL for making trip with your wonderful attention to us and very professional organization . Thank you so much for all….

Susan Laureston (ACL-85)
British Citizen

Asia Central Link is not only one of the best Asian Travel agency, but for sure one of the best in the world. According to our experience is the best. We had experienced until now. We want to congratulate all the team Managers, Guides, Drivers for our amazing trip, was ACL of you that propose this beautiful dream.
“Myanmar is more than a country. It is a reflex of our own soul”. Thanks so much ACL..

Mr. Bruno Miguel Nunes Costa Saruga &
Ms. Ana Filipa Neves Saruga Costa
(ACL-73)
Portuguese

On the whole a great trip, good services will certainly recommend to lots of people.
Thank you so much A.C.L..

Mrs. Anju Gupta, Mr. Subhash Bhaita & Ms. Cauri Bhaita (ACL-90)
U.S.A

We had such an enjoyable time in Myanmar, the country far exceeded our expectations and I hope that we can make another trip in the near future.

What really made the trip special are the guides that you provided for us. They were all knowledgeable and showed a genuine desire to share the Myanmar culture. Transportation was first rate. Cars were well maintained and drivers safe. Accommodations were what we requested as well. We can highly recommend Viewpoint in Bagan and Bayview in Inle. Panorama was as we requested and adequate for a one night stay in Yangon.

I also want to thank you for your prompt responses to my many requests. In the end, after consulting with 4 different travel agents, I chose ACL because of your prompt and detailed responses. I knew we made the right choice when you hadn't received the wire transfer, yet were so patient and accommodating while I dealt with the situation in the US from Shanghai! I will post on Trip Advisor about my great experience with ACL.

Jezuba, I hope to be contacting you soon to plan our next trip!

Mr. Terrence lee Crandall & Mrs. Sharlene Tan Crandall
US Citizens

Love the whole trip! We had a great time here.

Mr. Atli Mar Sveinssdn & Mrs. Ada Jiang
Icelandic & Chinese Citizen

Love the whole trip! We had a great time here.

Mr. Atli Mar Sveinssdn & Mrs. Ada Jiang
Icelandic & Chinese Citizen

We appreciated to all the tour arrangement & the services given to us are quite good, we are happy & satisfied. Thank you.

Mr. Phaudy Pangar & Mrs. Meicy Tunggara
Indonesia  

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