From peaceful mornings to cultural explorations, discover Myanmar by stepping into the heart of its people and traditions. Let us inspire you with a collection of experiences below, or contact us for more possibilities.
First Light with Leica
Experience the magic of a new day from the Ayeyarwady River with Leica Sport Optics. Wake up early and head to the deck to see glittering temples, sleepy villages and rolling countryside through the diffused light of dawn.
Expert guides and state-of-the-art Leica Trinovid 8x42 HD binoculars will help you catch the action in stunning detail.Contact us
Early Morning Yoga
Early birds may wish to rise in time for a sunrise yoga session on the Observation Deck. Embrace the serenity of your surroundings as you and fellow guests are taught simple movements to ensure your day begins in total calm. Flow from one position to the next as golden sun light floods the landscape.Contact us
Introduction to Bagan
Spend time learning about the complex history and culture surrounding Myanmar. Named as one of the greatest historic sites in Southeast Asia, Bagan is home to over 3,000 incredible 11th and 13th century temples that are scattered along the plain beside the Ayeyarwady River. Hear about the architecture of the pagodas from your guide and wander through the surrounding fields where you can see local farmers at work.Contact us
Sunrise Hot-air Balloon Flight
Witness a magnificent Myanmar sunrise from an extraordinary perspective. Depart from the ship in the early morning to experience a hot-air balloon ride as dawn breaks over the ancient pagodas. Drift serenely as the sun rises, revealing a host of picturesque temples at your feet. This magical experience is sure to be a highlight of your journey.Contact us
Spend a morning taking part in a time-honoured almsgiving ceremony in the town of Myin Mu. You will join our guides in donating food to a procession of monks from the local monastery. This peaceful and spiritual ceremony gives you a rare opportunity to experience an ancient custom and meet some of the local townsfolk.Contact us