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Over the centuries Myanmar has developed around the banks of the mighty Ayeyarwady River, making it the ideal vantage point from which to experience this once isolated nation.

Perhaps the most pleasurable way to see Myanmar, feel its pulse, live its legends and understand its history, is to cruise the Ayeyarwady. While enjoying the river's tranquillity, life on the riverbank offers endless fascination.

From the small teak and bamboo dwellings, home to the excited children who run along the riverbank and the women purposefully going about their daily chores, to the ox carts cultivating fields, a river cruise gives a unique insight into the way of life of the country. Elegant monasteries rise above canopied trees, and ruined ancient temples reveal a wealth of historic treasures.

The Ayeyarwady River still remains Myanmar's lifeline, the people and economy ever dependent on its vital natural source. Ferries, bamboo rafts, barges and fishing boats, all ply their trade along these waters, at a slow relaxed pace—there is no need to hurry in Myanmar.

Contact Information

Belmond Road to Mandalay
1st Floor
Shackleton House
4 Battle Bridge Lane
London
SE1 2HP

Tel: (UK) 0845 077 2222
Tel: (US) 1-800-524-2420