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Burma tour launched by Wendy Wu

Date Posted: 08/03/2012

Wendy Wu Tours, a specialist operator for group holidays to China and Indochina has launched a new tour to Burma.

The Burma Explorer tour offers group travellers the chance to discover the country over a 13 day period and takes in all of the main sites. You will be accompanied by experienced and knowledgeable local guides, which the company believes is vital for every visit to an emerging destination with an infant tourism infrastructure. Historically, it is acknowledged that it's a country with one of Asia's most repressive and dictatorial regimes; but relations with the West continue to improve and group travel organisers can rest assured that Burma (also known as Myanmar) is back on the tourist map.

Over the past couple of years, there has been a steady increase in interest in Burma, south east Asia’s largest country and a key emerging tourist destination. Boasting the breathtaking site of Bagan, which lives up to Cambodia’s world famous Temples of Angkor, and said to offer cuisine to rival neighbouring Thailand, Burma is now firmly on the intrepid traveller’s wish list.

The 13 day Burma Explorer group holiday costs from £2,390 per person and includes flights to Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar, with Malaysian Airlines via Kuala Lumpur. The price also covers local transportation, accommodation and all meals, daily touring with guides, entrance fees, and visas for UK passport holders.

Group travel organisers can get more information on this and other packages by contacting Wendy Wu Tours on 0844-875 2436 or by visiting

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