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How plan your entire Myanmar trip within 30 days with a limited budget

How plan your entire Myanmar trip within 30 days with a limited budget
How plan your entire Myanmar trip within 30 days with a limited budget

I’d be happy to help you plan a 30-day trip to Myanmar on a budget! Myanmar is a country with a rich culture and history, and offers a diverse range of landscapes and experiences.

Day 1-3: Arrive in Yangon, check into budget accommodation (cost: around $15-20 per night)

  • Travel method: Fly into Yangon International Airport, then take a taxi or bus to your hotel (cost: around $5-10 for a taxi or $1 for a bus)
  • Activities: Visit the Shwedagon Pagoda, the Sule Pagoda, and the Bogyoke Aung San Market.

Day 4-6: Take a bus or train to Bagan

  • Travel method: Take a bus or train from Yangon to Bagan (cost: around $10-15 per person, or $25-30 for a train)
  • Activities: Visit the Bagan Archaeological Zone, the Ananda Temple, and the Shwesandaw Pagoda.

Day 7-9: Take a bus or train to Mandalay

  • Travel method: Take a bus or train from Bagan to Mandalay (cost: around $10-15 per person, or $25-30 for a train)
  • Activities: Visit the Mandalay Palace, the Kuthodaw Pagoda, and the Mahamuni Pagoda.

Day 10-12: Take a bus or car to Inle Lake

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Mandalay to Inle Lake (cost: around $10-15 per person, or $25-30 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Inle Lake, the Phaung Daw U Pagoda, and the Nga Phe Chaung Monastery.

Day 13-15: Take a bus or car to Kalaw

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Inle Lake to Kalaw (cost: around $10-15 per person, or $25-30 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Kalaw Market, the Kalaw Hill, and the Pindaya Caves.

Day 16-18: Take a bus or car to Hsipaw

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Kalaw to Hsipaw (cost: around $10-15 per person, or $25-30 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Hsipaw Palace, the Hsipaw Market, and the Goteik Viaduct.

Day 19-21: Take a bus or car to Mrauk U

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Hsipaw to Mrauk U (cost: around $10-15 per person, or $25-30 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Mrauk U Palace, the Shite-thaung Temple, and the Andaw Thein Temple.

Day 22-24: Take a boat or car to Sittwe

  • Travel method: Take a boat or car from Mrauk U to Sittwe (cost: around $10-15 per person, or $25-30 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Sittwe Market, the Sittwe Jetty, and the Sittwe Beach.

Day 25-27: Take a boat or car to Ngapali

  • Travel method: Take a boat or car from Sittwe to Ngapali (cost: around $10-15 per person, or $25-30 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Ngapali

Beach, the Thandwe Market, and the Rakhine State Cultural Museum.

Day 28-30: Take a flight back to Yangon

  • Travel method: Take a flight from Thandwe Airport to Yangon (cost: around $50-100 per person depending on flight)
  • Activities: Visit the Chaukhtatgyi pagoda, the Kandawgyi Lake, and the China Town.

The total cost for this itinerary would depend on your accommodation choices, transportation choices and activities you choose to do. However, you can expect to spend around $1000-1500 for the entire trip. This will cover the cost of transportation, accommodation, and entrance fees for activities. Keep in mind that this is just a rough estimate and prices can vary depending on the season and your specific choices. Additionally, food, personal expenses and travel insurance aren’t included in this budget.

It’s important to note that Myanmar is a developing country and infrastructure and transportation may not be as developed as other countries, so it’s important to plan accordingly. Also, Myanmar is a relatively inexpensive country, so it’s important to budget accordingly. It’s important to keep in mind that Myanmar has a rich culture and history, so it’s important to research and budget for these extra expenses before your trip. It’s also important to note that Myanmar has a diverse range of cultures and languages, so it’s important to research the local customs and language before your trip.

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