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Gay Globe takes a tour to discover the jewel of South east Asia – Myanmar

June 27, 2013 LGBT No Comments Email Email

Burma was once Asia’s most secretive and mysterious country. It has changed its name and image to open up to the outside world. Gay Globe will take its first small group tour in March 2014 to discover this jewel of South east Asia – Myanmar.

A country of unparalleled richness of a cultural heritage, which has been preserved with remarkable tenacity, Myanmar has a wide range of beauties and

Attractions.  This exciting 10 day tour will start in the city of Yangon with its magnificent cluster of old colonial buildings and beautiful gardens and on to visit the last royal capital of Mandalay which boasts for the finest arts and crafts in the country.

Myanmar is also proud of having an extensive coastline along the India Ocean awarded by long and white sand beaches such as Ngapali and Ngwesaung. The tour will visit Bagan and Mrauk U, where centuries old edifice of religious monuments are silently showing off the historical treasures, whilst scenic Inle Lake in the eastern mountains is famous for the charming tribes, who row boats with their legs.

The highlights of this first gay tour to Myanmar include a spa treatment on arrival in Yangon, a visit to the Popa Taungkalat monastery, wine tasting in the Red Mountain Vineyard and a tour by horse cart through Bagan.

Gay Globe’s 10 day escorted tour starts from $3390 per person twin share.  Space is limited for this tour and will sell out very quickly.

For more information or to book call Gay Globe on 02 8005 1690, email info@gayglobe.com.au or visit www.gayglobe.com.au

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