Myanmar is extremely safe. Crime, especially against foreigners, is severely punished. Even petty crime, such as pick-pocketing, is rare. Visitors do not need to be concerned about wearing backpacks or carrying open-top tote bags or purses. The Burmese, many of whom are devout Buddhists, are markedly friendly; however, you may be "robbed" by paying too much for a taxi or jade at the markets.
It is advisable to keep photocopies of essential travel documents such as your passport, credit card numbers and airline tickets in a secure place apart from the originals. You should also keep valuables in hotel safety deposit boxes if provided, wear minimal jewelry and keep cash secure to your body.
We saw, learned, heard, tasted a lot and really got to know these 2 countries better. Thanks a lot for organizing our tour.
My husband and I are now home and we'd like to thank you for an extraordinary trip in Vietnam and Cambodia. Thu, you did a terrific job in planning it and all details were perfect and everything happened like clockwork. We loved...
We just got back. I can't begin to tell you how wonderful it was. We loved every place we stayed. You're a gem. As to the countries themselves: I was totally thrilled, fascinated, absorbed. Hope to do another trip to the...
Loraine F. Gardner
I wanted to specifically tell you how wonderful my tour guide Tien from Hue was. We were lucky enough to have him for Hue, Danang and Hoi An. He was sweet, caring, knowledgeable, dedicated and passionate about his country. I felt...
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