Destination Management Company (DMC) Myanmar
Incoming Agency Easia Travel
After 40 years of isolation, Myanmar (formerly also known as Burma) has finally started to open its gates to visitors and tourism. It is a very popular country nowadays, although it is still mostly untouched by the tourism industry. We highly recommend visiting this magical and authentic country! Myanmar is an unspoilt jewel with pagodas and temples against the backdrop of a fantastic landscape. Fortunately, the long sandy beaches in the east and the south are still free of hotel parks. The multiethnic country has been influenced by many languages and traditions and is characterised by its remarkably friendly inhabitants.
Myanmar surprises the visitor with unexpected possibilities for unusual incentives. Event planners can choose from a range of different locations and venues for all kinds of MICE events. Our partner DMC in Myanmar Easia Travel offers many exciting programs not only in Myanmar but also in Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. The activities one can book here are manifold, may it be motorised pirogues on the Inle lake or transfer options such as fisher boats in Ngapali, or a trishaw ride around Yangon. It is these slightly different ideas that make Easia's incentives in this Asian paradise so charming and extraordinary. Meeting local inhabitants is always encouraged by Easia Travel: whether it is a meeting with locals in a village or an offering ceremony to the monks at the monastery - everything is part of a sustainable strategy. Dinner in a temple or dinner on a sandbank in Bagan: just a couple of examples of how Easia Travel will make your incentive dreams come true!
The creative ideas and programs developed by Easia Travel always show a deep respect for the cultural traditions of the respective country which are always woven into the programs in the most interesting way. Easia Travel also cares about the environment which is also visible in their choice of programs. All programs are tailor-made to suit even the most discerning clients and their incentive projects in Myanmar, by request with a focus on teambuilding and true indulgence programs! Since 2000 the incoming agency/ destination management company has been constantly growing and today has over 300 employees in Vietnam (Hanoi, Danang, Saigon), Laos (Luang Prabang, Vientiane and Pakse), Cambodia (Phnom Penh, Siem Reap) and Myanmar (Yangon, Inle, Bagan and Mandalay). Would you like to organise a rewarding trip in Myanmar? Easia Travel will find the perfect place for you. With their great business relationships to suppliers and hotels Easia Travel is the best address for all your MICE events!
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Myanmar shares a border with India, Bangladesh, Laos, China and Thailand and is one of the biggest countries in Southeast Asia. Nowadays you are very safe as a traveller in Myanmar and need not look very far for 4 or 5 star hotels. This fascinating country is characterized by its many different ethnic identities and traditions which make it a kaleidoscope of experiences! If beautiful temples and monasteries are what you are into, then look no further as you will find more than 20,000 of these here! Mass tourism on the other hand is something you will not find here. The long beautiful coastline with the white sandy beaches in Ngapali invites you to let your soul unwind... The second biggest city Mandalay attracts visitors with the finest arts & crafts whereas Yangon is characterised by its colonial buildings and beautiful gardens. We recommend Myanmar for groups of 30 to 100 people.
Bagan is without a doubt one of the highlights in Myanmar. The enormous size of the complex with over 2,000 temples is best experienced from a bird's eye view in a hot air balloon! You can also explore the complex by bike or in a horse-drawn carriage and have a sunset cocktail on top of one of the ancient temples. Apart from such cultural jewels where ancient monuments show off their historical treasures you also find the hidden tribes of the leg-rowing fishermen of the Inle lake in the Eastern mountains. Here you can sit in a stilt house and watch the fishermen or gaze at the spectacular sunset. The image of the lotus is everywhere in Myanmar and it is here you will find many weaving centers that make wonderful textile products from lotus stems - unique in Asia! A visit to a temple combined with an oil lamp ceremony or a lesson in Lethwei, the local martial art, allows participants to experience the culture of this country in a fun and active way and enables them to get in contact with the locals. While it is true it is not yet that easy to travel in Myanmar due to the many necessary domestic flights, it will nevertheless create the most unforgettable moments - and who would not be proud to say they went to Myanmar?