While Inle Lake is becoming well acquainted with travelers seeking an accessible yet still untouched corner of Asia, Sankar at the southern end of the lake presents a corner of the region where time has stood still.
The exquisite hundred year old Chin Tsong Palace in Yangon, currently used as a fine arts school under the Ministry of Culture, is being converted into a culture centre and promoted as an engaging new attraction for tourists visiting Burma.
Le Planteur is one of Yangon’s most celebrated restaurants and has attracted Cambodian royalty, global political leaders and celebrities such as Rolling Stone’s Mick Jagger since it opened its doors in 1997.
This full day tour leaves guests with a unique and treasured awareness of local life in Burma. There are many endearing character traits to Burmese life and the marionette is one that always one to capture the traveller’s imagination.