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Yangon

 

yangon-01      Yangon is the capital city and it was main gateway to Myanmar. Population in Myanmar is about 7 Million and covers 400 sq miles. Yangon is ever-green and cool with lush tropical trees, shady parks and beautiful takes and sparkling beaches. Yangon was founded by King Alaungpaya when he conquered Lower Myanmar in 1755, on the site of small settlement called Dagon. The name of “Yangon” means “End of Strife”. After 1885, British Annexed Myanmar and which were called to “Rangoon”. Yangon has won the name of “The Garden City of the East”. The name of city has changed along the history: first Dagon, then Rangoon, and now is Yangon. Yangon has green and lush atmosphere in everywhere because of it’s wide and open space shady trees and less high buildings and an impression of tranquil life which is highly affected by nation’s most dominant Buddhist customs. Now a day Yangon has a population of over seven and half million.

Where to Visit?

Yangon Vicinity

Where to Stay?

Hotels in Yangon

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Restaurants in Yangon

Shwe Dagon Bagoda

      yangon-02Shwe Dagon Pagoda is the most significant and Historic pagoda of Myanmar, more than 2600 years ago and it had been built on the Singottara Hill. The ancient stupa towers almost 100 meters above the green cityscape of Yangon. The top of stupa is encrusted with thousands of diamonds, sapphires and rubies, eight hairs of the Buddha were enshrined, surrounded by hundreds of Buddhist temples, sacred stupas, within the precinct, where Buddhist pay their respect by offering flowers, pouring water over the different Buddha statues. Shwe Dagon situated at the north of central Yangon between People’s Park and Kandawgyi Royal Lake. The great Golden Shwedagon Pagoda is the huge landmark for miles around. Shwedagon pagoda is one of the wonders of the world and the earliest pagoda of Buddha Era. The Pagoda was renovated many times over the Centuries by various Myanmar Kings. A visit to Yangon would not be complete a time at the Shwedagon.

Sule Pagoda

   Sule Pagoda lays octagonal stupa of “Mon” rea, amidst straight streets and it’s nearby Yangon City Hall and opposite to Maha Bandoola Park and the Independence Monument. The “Mon” name “Kyaik Athok”. It is the typical Burmese “Mon” style with four entrances, facing the four compass points. Sule Pagoda was built by Minister to the King of Thaton. Sule Pagoda is 152 feet high and said to be built over 2000 years and enshrined a Buddha relic hair and a distinct landmark of downtown and also a famous place with a shrine of spirit-worship called Nat-Nan. Surrounded by small shops and all the familiar non-religious service such as astrologers, palmists, photo studios and mini-stores etc,.

Botahtaung Pagoda

   The Botahtaung Pagoda located near Botahtaung Jetty and on the Strand road. It stand about 40 meters ( 132 feet ) high and enshrined two of hair relics in this pagoda and a famous Land-mark on Yangon’s waterfront. "Bo" means "Military Leader" and "Tahtaung" means "one thousand", the "Botahtaung" Pagoda was named after the thousand military leaders who escorted relics of "Buddha" brought from India over 2,000 years ago. The Pagoda is bell shaped stupa. The festival of Botahtaung Pagoda held annually in December of Each year.

KaBarAye Pagoda

   Kabaaye Pagoda means 'World Peace' pagoda. It situated about 11 km north of city center and built in 1954 and 111 feet high and around the base 34 meters. The significant of the Six World Buddhist Synod was held in large precinct. In the same precinct , the Buddhist Art Museum, Maha Pasana Cave and newly built Wizaya Mingala Dhammathabin Hall are located.

MahaPasanaCave

   Maha Pasana Cave is a man-made cave and it is built for the Sixth Buddhist Council. It was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. The structure of pagoda is no other like in Myanmar. It was covered to the relic’s chamber with iron beams as the tunnel. Five bronze Buddha Images are circling the relic’s chamber. There are also five entrances in the face of these images. At the upper part of the relic chamber, another 28 small gold-plated statues, representing the precious Buddha.

ChaukHtatKyi Pagoda

   Chaukhtatgyi pagoda is the huge reclining Buddha and it is located 10 minutes away from downtown and well worth of visiting for its 70 meter long and 16 meter high statue. The pagoda is known as one of the largest Buddha reclining images in Myanmar. The head of Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda is pointing to the South and its holy head is supported by right hand. The reclining Buddha position is relaxing. The glass mosaic on the sole of its feet represents 108 special characteristics of the Buddha. The image was built in 1907, was demolished because of the climate in 1957 and reconstructed to this current structure in 1966. Many monasteries and the fortune-tellers on the surrounding platform offer astrological and palm readings.

Bogyoke Aung San Market

   Bogyoke Aung San Market is situated in the heart of Yangon on Bogyoke Aung San Road, formerly known as Scott Market, established by the British in 1920 it is the most famous place for shopping in Yangon. It was named Scott Market after Mr. C. Scott, the then Municipal Commissioner. Nowadays, the name was changed to our national leader General Aung San who was assassinated in 1947. Myanmar arts and handicrafts are best souvenirs available there at reasonable prices. Lacquerware, wood and ivory carvings, paintings, jade statues, tapestries, silverware, colorful textiles, longyis, silk and cotton fabrics, and shoulder bags as well as exquisite jewelries are some of the most favorite items it has to offer. The market is open daily from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM except Mondays and gazette holidays.

National Museum

   Located on Pyay Road, about a few minutes away from downtown, was founded in 1952, the five-storied museum will let you know the glory of Myanmar. Its shows 8m-high Sihasana (Lion's Throne), which is belonged to King Thibaw Min, who was the last Myanmar King. The great throne is made of"Yamanay" timber created with lions at its base. The whole throne is gilded. And other the Lion Throne, the Elephant Throne, the Royal Regalia, manuscripts was displayed. It exhibits the Lion Throne of the last Myanmar king, royal regalia of 19th century Myanmar kingdom, artifacts of various ancient periods, articles of cultural heritage and archaeological value, art and craft articles, weaponry, musical instruments and paintings. Visitor can see miniature models of the eight kinds of thrones of ancient Myanmar kings and the magnificent Royal Lion Throne of our last monarch King Thibaw in all its original majesty. Other found artifacts from Burma's early history.

Myanmar Gems Museum

   The Gems Museum located in the Kaba Aye Pagoda road which is well worth visiting. This three-storey Gems Museum, the jewellery shops are located on the first floor and second floor, while the museum is on the third floor. The gems fair and auction are held here attracts many jewel dealers from all over the world in March and October held twice a year. The world’s largest pearl, shining nuggets of star sapphires, luscious golden pearls, rare sparkling pigeon's blood rubies, period and a variety of assorted colored stones, slabs of precious jade that come in various sizes and shades, pearls in lots or embedded in gold ware, silverware and jade figurines are found in wonderful Gems Museum. These are sold in Myanmar Kyats, US$ or Foreign Exchange Certificates (FEC).

Downtown

   In downtown area, you may see many colonial and religious of the city. The City Hall was designed by U Tin in 1925. The High Court was a red brick extravaganza and if was built in 1911. The Customs House was built in 1902. The Myanmar Port Authority situated on the corner of Strand Road and Panodan Street. Ministry Of Information was a four-story structure and built in 1918. The compound of the Secretariat (built in1980 and was finished 1905) along Mahabandoola Street and Bo Aung Kyaw Street. It was here in 1947 that General Aung San and five members of his cabinet were assassinated during a meeting. The CITY CIRCLE TRAIN takes three and half hours ride and you can see rural areas, stopping at numerous stations watching cigarette sellers, betel nut sellers, and fortune tellers.

Mae La Mu Pagoda

   Mae La Mu Pagoda located in the suburb of Yangon. It is sculptured figures and famous for the giant images depicting Buddha’s earlier lives. The Pagoda is named after the mother of King Okkalapa, who is the founder of the city Yangon.

Pansodan Jetty

   The jetty stands in front of the Strand Hotel. Form that jetty; you will see the daily lives of people who working or selling their local products by passing across the river from other side to the city. Visitors can across the river by low fees ferry boat about 10 minutes to return.

White Elephants

   In many Asian Countries including Myanmar , white elephants is regarded as a supreme royal ornament. And in Yangon , the pagoda is called Kyauk Taw Gyi Pagoda and beside that pagoda, a few minutes from Minn Dhamma Hill , there is an Elephant house where the white elephants are kept.

 

 

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Yangon Vicinity

 

National Races Village

 

   National races village was built in Tarketa Township which near Yangon-Thanlyin Bridge. Visitors can get the sense , the nature of Myanmar races and union spirit from the village of national races, Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Bamar, Mon, Rakhine, and Shan. You can see many building, traditional house, remarkable of land-mark like their own stage.

Hlawga Wildlife Park

   
yangon-03    The Hlawga Wildlife Park located near Mingalardon Township. And it takes about 50 minutes from downtown.The park is down 1,680 acres of land and lake. There have 90species of birds and 85 kinds of herbivorous animals. Flocks of migratory birds frequently visit to this park. The wildlife park is suite for naturalists, picnickers, botanists, bird-watchers. Visitors can also enjoy by elephant riding, boating and fishing in the park.

Htauk Kyant World War II Cemetery

   It is located at Ktauk Kyant and on the way to Bago and about 32km from Yangon. There is a memorial cemetery of Allied soldiers who died in the Burma Campaign during World War II. There has honorably kept 27,000 tombstones of fallen Common Wealth and Allied soldiers. It is a calm, peaceful place and beautifully tended.

Twente

   Twente is a small town and it is situate on the bank of artificial canal. By ferry boat, short time across to Yangon River and its takes about 40km from Yangon. Twente is famous for works pottery and cotton-weaving industries. Visitors can observe the real place of rural life and colorful community. Shwemawdaw and Baungdawchoke pagoda are historic or interesting and that pagodas stand near Twente. For river cruises information, the RV Mahaythi has daily (min 2 pax departure) to Twante.

Pottery

   Twante has many major pottery works are famous. They make pottery a number of small households churn to supplement their agricultural income. The pottery products are sold in the town’s market, and they also transported products to the other parts of the country for sale.

Thanlyin (Syriam)

   thalyin-01Thanlyin lays 30minutes from Yandon and about 40 minutes by ferry boat across the Bago River its surroundings offers many attractions. The town was a main port and main trading centre in 14th to 18th century. Once a trading port occupied by the Portuguese in early 17th Century. He made Thanlyin to his own base and siding Mom in their struggle against the Burmese. King Alaunpaya destroyed Thanlyin in 1758. There are two tombs of Minister Padetha Raza and the great solider –poet Natshin Naung. The old buildings still stand in evidence of the days of Portuguese occupation. Kyaik-Khauk Pagoda and Kyauktan Pagoda are worth visiting.

Kyaik Hmaw Won Yele Pagoda

   yangon-04Yele Pagoda is located at Kyauktan Quarter and about 7 miles from Thanlyin. It is means that that pagoda exists at the center of the river on a small island. Visitors can visit nearby local fish market.

Kyaik Kauk Pagoda

The Kyaik Kauk Pagoda was situated on the way to Kyauk Tan. The Pagoda was look like the great Shwe Dagon pagoda.

 

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Bago

   Bago is located far about 50 miles (80km) from Yangon. The King Bayintnaung was built the second Myanmar Empire, an ancient city of the Mon Kings in 14th to 16th century. The pretty town of Bago is one of Myanmar’s leading attractions and richest archaeological sites to spend time. The landmark of Bago is the antique wall and moat. Also known as Bago, the town is famous for the great historical curio things. The visitors can see a large collection of sacred Buddha images, making it one of the country’s holiest sites. Just 40 miles to the east is one of Myanmar’s most prominent landmarks also known as Golden Rock (Kyaikhtiyo Pagoda) its 5.5 meter high and top of the pagoda covered with gold leaf.The old capital and palace was reconstructed in1990. Bago is situated between forested mountains and Sitaung River to the east and surrounded by paddy fields, good to explore to get real feel of Myanmar.

History

   According to the legend, two Mon princess (Thumala and Wimala) from Thaton founded Bago in 13th century. Bago is the main capital of the Mon kingdom. The site of Bago is the important role in the history of Mon land and Myanmar before being destroyed by the King Alaung Paya in1757. The King Bodaw Paya rebuilt the Bago in (1782-1819). The king Razadrit, Queen Shin Saw Pu, the Buddhist monk Dhamazadi and King Bayintnaung are the grate ruler kings of Bago dynasty. During under King Dhamazdi, Bago became the center of commerce and Theravada Buddhism.

Shwemawdaw Pagoda

Shwe Maw Daw Pagoda, the Golden God Temple, holds the record for the tallest pagoda in country about 115 meter high. The annual festival of this pagoda is 10 day celebrated in the Burmese month of Tagu. It was destroyed several times due to earthquake and rebuilt higher. This pagoda was built by Mon. The additions to the temple include the bell from King Dhamazadi and the crown from King Bayintnaung. Many handicrafts and traditional lacquer wear shop can see in Shwe Maw Daw Pagoda.

 

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Shwe Tha Lyaung Pagoda

   Shwe Tha Lyaung pagoda is situated west side of Bago. The Buddha is 55 meter long and 16 meter high, the second largest Buddha in the world. The Mon king Megadipa was built in 994 AD. The Buddha image was rediscovered in the jungle for 125 years in 1880, during British colonial rule.

Kyaik Pun Pagoda

   Kyaik Pun Pagoda is a little far from Bago. The pagoda is four sitting great elephantine Buddha statue. It is 27 meter high statue in four positions and was built by King Dhamazadi in 1476 AD. The visitors also interested that place.

Kanbawza Thadi Palace

   In 1556, the King Bayintnaung was built that palace consists of 76 apartments and halls. In 1990,the palace was reconstructed because of burned down in 1599. Nowadays that palace is almost 100 percent finished. The visitors can taste of Myanmar kings’ ancient life style.

Moe Yun Gyi Wetland

   It is located in the Waw township of Bago far about 70 miles from Yangon. The Moe Yun Gyi wetland area is 40 square miles and established in 1986. Millions of birds are fly from north to south along the east Asian. The visitors can see 125 species of water bird they are flyaway to escape from winter of Australian. November to March season is the nice to visit. And then, the beautiful flora, fauna and lovely local people’s lifestyle are the most attractive sites and real paradise for nature lovers and holiday makers.

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Kyaik Hti Yoe

   kyaikhtiyo-01The Golden Rock Pagoda is one of wonder for our country. It is about 210 km far from Yangon. The Kinpun village is far 16 km from the base of Mt.Kyaikhtiyoe. The Golden Rock Pagoda is the very quiet and peaceful place to meditative and popular tourist attraction in Mon State. This pagoda is located near Kyaikhto in Mon State and situated at an elevation of 3600 ft above the sea level. It is on the Paung Laung ridge of the Eastern Yoma Mountains. The Pagoda is most ancient and has many legends about “Nats” or “spirits”.

   During October to February is the proper season to go visit there. In winter season, peak of the mountain is covered with thick mist. In full moon day of Tabaung, there have the candle lighting festival. Pilgrimages are worshiped with “ninety thousand” candle lighting to Buddha during this festival. Along the side of the mountain visitors can see the many roadside stall, they are selling handmade products especially making with bamboo. There have numerous mountains to pass through about thirty three hills, seven and a half miles on foot. The visitors can feel very enjoy experience and peacefulness. “Yate” mountain have bus terminal join with main city, shop, restaurants, gift shop and guest house.

   From Yate mountain is far 1.2 km up to Kyaikhtiyoe Pagoda. Another transportation service also have for walkers it is “sedan chairs” make with bamboo chair, the visitors can sit on the chair and the four porters will lift it. This experience is very unique and fantastic. Another achievement is sunset view from top of the mountain. The sun light reflect from Golden Rock pagoda, it’s so brilliant color and really beautiful. Golden Rock pagoda is the one of the most popular destination in Myanmar so I am sure you can feel the difference feeling compare with other destinations.

   Kyauk Htet Gyi pagoda, Mok Soe Taung pagoda and Kyikan Pazat pagoda are also interesting places in Golden Rock Pagoda.

History

   yangon-04In the legend, the Buddha gave a strand of his hair to Taik Tha (a Hermit). The hermit is save it safely into the tuft of his hair and gave to the King. The King is very powerful because his father is an alchemist and mother is a dragon princess. He had found the huge rock at the bottom of the sea and carried it on the top of the mountain. They used the boat for transport the rock and it is turned to the rock. It is known as the Kyaik Than Ban pagoda or stone boat stupa. In 574 BC, the pagoda was built. From now it is over 2500 years ago. This huge stone weight is 668 tons and 22 feet in height. The pagoda is 7 meter height and alls are made with rock. The pagoda is also hit by earthquake so many times but it still has on top. The Golden Rock Pagoda is really awesome and unique features in the world.

Where to Stay?

 

Hotels in Kyaik Hti Yoe

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Taungoo

   Taungoo is the eastern part of Bago Division and the entrance of Bago Yoma (Bago's mountain range). It is located 175 miles (220kms) from Yangon and beside of Yangon - Mandalay highway road (6-7 hours drive from Yangon, 4-5 hours from Bago). Taungoo is usually one night stop on your way to Kalaw or to Mandalay. The major attractive point of Taungoo is Elephant camp where you can see for the daily work of Elephant. Taungoo is also known as Kaytumadi City and it was founded by King Mingyinyo in 1510 AD and later rebuilt again by King Mine Kyawhtin. Tabinshwehti and Bayinnaung are victories of Mingyinyo to found the largest empire in the history of Southeast Asia. In 1539 Tabinshwehti shifted to Pegu(Bago), so, Taungoo's permanence as a capital is a moment. The products of Taungoo are: Rice, Sunflower, Suger-cane, Durian, Betel-nuts, Banana, Rubber, Beans, Peas and other cereals.

Where to Visit ?

 

  • Kyungon Pagoda 31-realm Pagoda

Where to Stay ?

Hotels in Taungoo

Elephant logging camp

   Elephant camp is located in the heart of Bago Yoma mountain ranges, Taungoo. Just one hour drive from Taungoo to the gate of the forest. You can enjoy the immense beauty of nature and see a variety of wildlife species and plants. One can find out how men and elephants can be close to one another and how much their cooperation means to the world we live in. Elephant keeper is called for Myanmar language is "Sinn Htain". These Camp are normally made of woods and bamboo found in the forest.

Shwesandaw Pagoda

   One of the significant destinations of Taungoo is Shwesandaw Pagoda. In the heart of city center of Taungoo and western part of Taungoo. It was built in 1597, and there have so many of absorbing things are there in compound.

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Pyay (Prome)

  
pyay-01   Pyay formerly known as Prome, is a town and district of the Bago Division in Lower Myanmar, is an important commercial center for trade inside the Ayeyarwaddy Delta. It longs 161km (179 miles) north of Yangon, you can travel with a highway car and train. By train which runs daily from Yangon on the first railway line built in Myanmar 1877. Pyay is amply in historical significant and archaeological sites while serving as an important commercial center between the Ayeyarwady Delta, central and upper Myanmar and the Rakhine state.

   The meaning of "Pyay" is "country", and represented to the ruins of the Pyu capital of Sri Ksetra or Thayekhittaya, which is located 8 km to the southeast of modern Pyay. It was the capital of the Pyu from the 5th until the 15th Century. Excavation work is being carried out at Beikthano near present day Beikthano to verify the site of the previous capital.

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Hotels In Pyay

Akauk Taung

   "Ahkauktaung” which was the custom port in the ancient time, is known for its carving on the cliff along the river and the west bank of Ayeyarwaddy River. It's enough two hours by car from Pyay. Numerous Buddha statues of different size and posture bended on the rocky bank of the river are famous. On the way back may stop over at Myoma village where you will find a tradition handloom weaving process.

Shwesandaw Pagoda

   
pyay-02    Shwesandaw means "The Golden Hair Relice", situated on the eastern bank of Ayeyarwaddy River. It has a height of 127 feet high and standing on the plinth making a total measurement of 290 feet from the bottom. There are 64 surrounding smaller pagodas around the main one. There is a swivel in the southern sector of the platform housing a duplicate of the Buddha's tooth relic of Kandy. Having been placed beside the original tooth-relic of Kandy for a time it is believed to have concentrate the aura of the original and become just as probability. The tooth-relic from the Shwesandaw Pagoda is customarily taken out from its swivel in the month of Dazaungmone (November-December) every year and ceremoniously taken on a tour of the city once every three years so that worshippers might pay homage to it and revere it with their own eyes.

Sehtetgyi Pagoda

   pyay-03Sehetetgyi Pagoda is a gigantic sitting Buddha Statue. Sehtatgyi meaning ‘Big Ten-storey’ for its height.Looking east from the stupa you’ll see an enormous seated Bhudda figure rising up from the tree line.

Bawbawgyi Paya and Bebe Paya

   Bawbawgyi Paya is cylindrical shape and Bebe Paya is cube-shape. It drives about 06 hours long from Yangon. In Pyay, the brick and plaster of Bawbawgyi Paya is the oldest stupa. Other cube-shaped pagodas in the area include one thought to have been used by an anchorite featuring eight Buddha reliefs along the lower half of the interior wall and a vaulted canopy of brick.

ShweMyatMhan Pagoda

   Most attractive pagoda in Pyay is Shwemyatmhan Pagoda. Shwemyethman Pagoda means the Golden Spectacles a reference to a large white face sitting Buddha image inside the main shrine. The Buddha image wears golden spectacles. Spectacles were added during the Konbaung era. This pagoda is most attractive in the town.

Shwenattaung Paya

   Shwenattaung Paya means 'Golden Spirit Mountain'. This pagoda dates back to the Sriksetra era.

Legend takes it back all the way to 283 BC from which it was reconstructed by a long grade of Burman kings with the succor of local nats (spirits).

Paung Te

   Paung Te located from Yangon on the way to Pyay, you will come across Paung Te. The exalted tooth relic of Buddha is enshrined in the Paung Te Swedaw Seddi.

 

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All program run smoothly regarding the trekking in Inle (we love it) but we sugget to let client know more details about the length of the trekking and what to bring to the trek like,shoe,cloths etc and level of difficulity.OX Ride-we would prefer Bike ride in Bagan,Sugget to let Client Choose.

ACL-202,Mr Richard George Hawkins+1pax(England)(Visited in 7 Feb 17)
We have had a fantastic time in Myanmar & will certainly remember this holiday forever.Very busy few days followed by relaxation at Ngapali.We are completely satisfied, extremely happy,with all the arrangement .Thank you very much for making our trip so memorable.

ACL-176,Mr Eli Gross & Mrs.Ruchama Gross (Isriael) (Visited in 17 Dec 16)
One of the most interesting tour we ever had .Well organized We enjoyed the success very much and most of all the daily services as guides and drivers.

ACL-192,Mr Byron Hamilton Denny Family (4Pax) (USA)(Visited in 16 Dec 16)
Very pleased ACL’s arrangements for our family vacation all the people we met 9drivers,guides,etc)were helpful and provided excellent service,enjoyed all of the sight planned for each itinerary balance of activity and rest, especially for the kids.

ACL-191,Mr Jose Everardo Rivera Bonilla (EL SALVADOR)(Visited in 18 Dec 16)
I think that the main strength of ACL are & must be its tourist guides,all of them are charismatic,with the will to serve,responsive, of knowledge .I felt as it I was with a friend in each city of Myanmar.Thanks for such as excellent service to the guides & Si Thu.

ACL-173, Mrs. Marina & Dieter Roessing (Germany) (Visited in Nov’16)
We thank you for the perfectly organized tour and really have nothing to complain about. We felt comfortable all the times & enjoyed everything. In case we should travel to Myanmar again, we surely would take ACL & recommend your company to anyone who has similar plan.
Thank you & kindest regarded, Marina + Dieter Roessing
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ACL-181, Mr. John William Ridley & Mrs. Julie Ann Ridley (Australia) (Visited in Oct’2016)
Trip was always going to present challenges to everyone. However, always delivered satisfaction awesome. Awesome trip overall!!
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ACL-183, Ms. Lynette Joy Denman & Mrs. Christine Mary Morse (Australia) (Visited in Nov’2016)
I absolutely loved Myanmar & the people. Our Guide really made our trip the very best. She is the best guide I have ever had. ACL – it was so well organized. The holiday was wonderful. It was so easy travelling around with everything booked before arriving would highly recommend to friends to use this company. Fantastic !

ACL-186, Mr. Alfredo Postiglione & Party (Italy) (Visited in Nov’16)
Very interesting trip.
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ACL-193, Mrs. Marina Ceccherini (Italy) (Visited in Nov’2016)
The organization have been very good and flexible, the itinerary has filled all our requests, nothing to improve.
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ACL-175, Mr. Anthony Michele Sundram & Mrs. Mori Junko Sundram (Japan) (Visited in Jun’2016)
Thank you for the good arrangement and good care throughout the tour in Myanmar.
Enjoyed Myanmar very much and had a wonderful experience and memory.

ACL-177, Mr. Chentrea Khem & Party (Cambodia) (Visited in Jun’2016)
We had no regretted using ACL, to organize our resent trip to Yangon, Myanmar.
Their experienced travel experts tailor made our itinerary to suit our requirements.
Their guide was at hand to meet us all the destinations. Guide spoke good Chinese and knowledgeable, not only about the sites visited but also the culture of local people.
We will not hesitate to use ACL in the future and will also recommend to my friends.

ACL-180, Mr. Mohammad Golam Mustafa family (Bangladesh) (Visited in Jul’2016)
Nicely organized tour. We are happy. Will recommend others to take your services.

ACL – 149 Lauren Hobson (Australia) (Visited in Sep’2015)
We have had a fantastic time. People are so friendly and kind. Thank you.

ACL – 150 Delen Family (Netherlands) (Visited in Aug’2015)
Super friendly, concerned in a good way and very involved in our well beings available. The daily calls were a highlight. ACL’s tour operator speaks good English, very kind personal general and took care of our every need.
We will recommend ACL as a very good partner for travelling in Myanmar with our friends and colleges.

ACL – 152 Mr. Theodorus Fikke (Netherlands) (Visited in Sep’2015)
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.

ACL – 162 Mr. Sergey Rumyantsev (Russia)(Visited in Dec’2015)
We are glad to work with your company because in all points we find guides and drivers was successful. We wish you prosperity.

ACL – 160 Ms. Elizabeth Timlin (Ireland) (Visited in Feb’2016)
I will recommend ACL to others. Very efficient & well organized.

ACL – 168 Dr. Muhammad H. Haque (England) (Visited in Feb’2016)
ACL organized our trip with the good services.

ACL – 157 Mr. Jeffrey Gate & Mrs. Kaylene Gate (Australia) (Visited in Feb’2016)
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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