Pa-An Vacation Packages
Naypyidaw, the capital of Burma/Myanmar, is 220 miles (354 kilometers) to the northwest of Pa-An.
Consider using Pa-An as a springboard for further explorations. This sought-after tourism region has a treasure-trove of interesting natural and man-made attractions.
Travelers who come to Burma/Myanmar are often delighted to discover the wide range of open-air markets dotted throughout the region. Feed your mind by spending a few hours at Burma/Myanmar's wonderful history museums, craft workshops and art galleries.
If you are after a completely different way to enjoy the Burma/Myanmar area, try hot air ballooning.
Get an understanding of the cuisines in Burma/Myanmar by exploring local food and beverages. Some of the many elements often used in this part of the world are ngapi (fermented seafood) and a thoke (salads). Two of the regional specialties not to miss are tea leaf salad are shan-style rice (fish rice). And when you are ready for dessert, why not try halawa (sticky rice, butter and coconut). Black tea is a terrific non-alcoholic drink to have no matter what time it is.
When it's time to say farewell to Pa-An, head to the nearest major airport located in Yangon, 100 miles (161 kilometers) away.
Accommodation in Pa-An
Accommodation options in Pa-An are known to be quite limited. It's recommended to check out the latest listings and deals on Expedia's easy-to-use Pa-An hotels guide.
The Hotel Glory and Hotel Angel Land are your best lodgings in Pa-An.