Myanmar (Burma)

Luxury travel…simply sublime

Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, is a Southeast Asian nation  that borders India, Bangladesh, China, Laos and Thailand. Yangon (formerly Rangoon), the country’s largest city and is known for its bustling markets, parks and lakes, and the Shwedagon Pagoda, which is home to Buddhist relics and dates to the 6th century.

Belmond Governor’s Residence

Belmond Governor’s Residence

A romantic, colonial-style mansion dating from the 1920s, Belmond Governor's Residence is redolent of the days when it was home to the ruler of Burma’s southern states. With its fan-cooled verandas and teak armchairs, this delightful hotel in the elegant...

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Sanctum Inle Resort

Sanctum Inle Resort

A timeless fisherman, rowing one-legged across the placid water at dawn. A floating vegetable garden, fertilized with decaying plant matter. The stilted wooden homes of waterfront villagers. A destination as lost in time as in the vast, unexplored realm of...

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The Strand

The Strand

Built in 1901, as one of a group of grand hotels, The Strand Hotel is recognised as a national landmark. Recently renovated to reflect the epochal era of the 1920s and 1930s, the hotel re-opened in November 1993. The three-storey, Victorian hotel is a...

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Wa Ale Island Resort

Wa Ale Island Resort

Wa Ale Island Resort is a privately owned eco-tourism project on the island of Wa Ale in the Lampi Marine National Park. The intention of Wa Ale Island Resort is to invite guests to experience the natural beauty of the Myeik Archipelago that encourages...

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Belmond Governor’s Residence

Belmond Governor’s Residence

A romantic, colonial-style mansion dating from the 1920s, Belmond Governor's Residence is redolent of the days when it was home to the ruler of Burma’s southern states. With its fan-cooled verandas and teak armchairs, this delightful hotel in the elegant...

read more
Sanctum Inle Resort

Sanctum Inle Resort

A timeless fisherman, rowing one-legged across the placid water at dawn. A floating vegetable garden, fertilized with decaying plant matter. The stilted wooden homes of waterfront villagers. A destination as lost in time as in the vast, unexplored realm of...

read more
The Strand

The Strand

Built in 1901, as one of a group of grand hotels, The Strand Hotel is recognised as a national landmark. Recently renovated to reflect the epochal era of the 1920s and 1930s, the hotel re-opened in November 1993. The three-storey, Victorian hotel is a...

read more
Wa Ale Island Resort

Wa Ale Island Resort

Wa Ale Island Resort is a privately owned eco-tourism project on the island of Wa Ale in the Lampi Marine National Park. The intention of Wa Ale Island Resort is to invite guests to experience the natural beauty of the Myeik Archipelago that encourages...

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