Myitkyina Vacation Packages
From much-loved, tourist hotspots to lesser known gems, Burma/Myanmar is crisscrossed with cultural and natural attractions.
Learn about Myitkyina's religious side by paying your respects at the area's temples and other holy sites. When the weather's great, why don't you grab the chance to discover Burma/Myanmar's open-air markets?.
If you're are lucky to have good weather while here, discover Burma/Myanmar's watery side. Swimming and scuba diving are both popular here.
Learn about the variety of culinary traditions in Burma/Myanmar by trying a selection of local dishes. Ngapi (fermented seafood) and also a thoke (salads) are popular ingredients here. Tea leaf salad and shan-style rice (fish rice) are are two perennial favorites with visitors and locals. But your meal is not really complete until you have had halawa (sticky rice, butter and coconut), a common dessert in these parts. Afterwards, relax by ordering a refreshing local black tea.
Those spending time in Burma/Myanmar or in other cities and towns in Burma/Myanmar on the 21st of March, can join the country-wide Independence Day celebrations and activities.
When it's time to say farewell to Myitkyina, head to the nearest major airport situated in Luxi, 100 miles (161 kilometers) away.