Naypyidaw Vacation Packages
There is no need to limit yourself to the attractions of Naypyidaw because the entire region has been graced with an abundance of fascinating things to see and do.
If you're searching for activities that won't break the bank, set aside some time to explore Burma/Myanmar's many outdoor popular open-air markets. Whether you're believer or an atheist, you're guaranteed to find a little serenity in Burma/Myanmar's temples and other places of worship.
Water-based sports are a much-loved activity here. Don't miss the opportunity to go scuba diving or swimming; this area has some perfect areas for it.
Try authentic Burma/Myanmar dishes or beverages and get to the heart of the local culture. Ngapi (fermented seafood) and also a thoke (salads) are often used in food here. Tea leaf salad and shan-style rice (fish rice) are common dishes enjoyed by visitors and local foodies. Burma/Myanmar is the perfect place to gorge on delicious halawa (sticky rice, butter and coconut). Those who don't drink alcohol will want to order black tea, a common drink in this region.
When planning your trip to Naypyidaw, it's handy to remember that the closest major airport, Mae Hong Son Airport, is located in in Mae Hong Son, 130 miles (209 kilometers) away.
Accommodation in Naypyidaw
With 15 different Naypyidaw hotels bookable through Expedia's hotels guide, you will have the opportunity to find a Naypyidaw hotel that provides the guest services and features that suit you best.
The Man Myanmar Hotel, at H19 Yazathingaha Road, Hotel Zone 1, and the Junction Hotel, at 22 Hotel Zone are two of the premier accommodation options in Naypyidaw where you're guaranteed to find some of the nicest guest services around. The Royal Naypyitaw Hotel and the Apex Hotel are two more Expedia-listed accommodation listings that you may find worth checking out.