Tour Mandalay

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We’ve traveled three times to Myanmar and have made our arrangements through a local agency which we recommend without hesitation, Tour Mandalay Co., Ltd. (No. 02/03, 2nd Floor, Pearl Condominium A, Kaba Aye Pagoda Rd., Bahan Township, Yangon 11201, Myanmar; phone +95 540 475 or 541 428 or 543 801).

We have dealt with Ms. Phyu Phyu at the agency, who has always shown a high degree of professionalism. She responds quickly to e-mails, provides excellent recommendations for trips and accommodations and will arrange a visa on arrival.

On our last trip, in February ’10, we went to the northwest to visit some remote tribal regions. Our trip cost approximately $125 per person per day and included internal flights, hotels, boats, jeeps and vans plus breakfasts, two lunches and a dinner.

We stayed in Yangon at luxury accommodations and in Mrauk Oo at the new Princess Resort (Aung Tat Yat, Mrauk Oo, Rakhine State; phone +95 [043] 8500 556).

If anyone would like more information, please feel free to e-mail us c/o ITN.

MARK ZIZZAMIA & SUE

HOLLOMAN, Johns Island, SC

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We’ve traveled three times to Myanmar and have made our arrangements through a local agency which we recommend without hesitation, Tour Mandalay Co., Ltd. (No. 02/03, 2nd Floor, Pearl Condominium A, Kaba Aye Pagoda Rd., Bahan Township, Yangon 11201, Myanmar; phone +95 540 475 or 541 428 or 543 801).

We have dealt with Ms. Phyu Phyu at the agency, who has always shown a high degree of professionalism. She responds quickly to e-mails, provides excellent recommendations for trips and accommodations and will arrange a visa on arrival.

On our last trip, in February ’10, we went to the northwest to visit some remote tribal regions. Our trip cost approximately $125 per person per day and included internal flights, hotels, boats, jeeps and vans plus breakfasts, two lunches and a dinner.

We stayed in Yangon at luxury accommodations and in Mrauk Oo at the new Princess Resort (Aung Tat Yat, Mrauk Oo, Rakhine State; phone +95 [043] 8500 556).

If anyone would like more information, please feel free to e-mail us c/o ITN.

MARK ZIZZAMIA & SUE

HOLLOMAN, Johns Island, SC