Myanmar Textile Tour


Textile Tour

Myanmar is a country steeped in spirituality, culture, and tradition. Once known as Burma, it’s population is 90% Buddhist, which is reflected in their gentle and welcoming nature.

Many live as they have done for centuries so handmade is the norm, rather than the attraction. Weaving is fundamental to communities all over the country. There are 135 unique ethnic groups each with their own individual patterns and techniques.

By day you’ll step off the map to explore breath-taking landscapes and laid back villages and by night, you’ll sleep comfortably in boutique accommodation.

What are you waiting for? Contact us today to ensure you don’t miss this exciting opportunity for unforgettable memories in an inclusive small group.

Tour Details

Dates: To be confirmed

Tour length: 12 days

Cost: To be confirmed

Group Size: 10 guests

Accommodation:  Boutique 3-4 star hotels

Transfers: Airport transfers included

Dining: All meals and bottled water

Inclusions: Fully escorted tour with Nicole and our experienced local guide, all walking tours, entry fees and experiences. Three flights within Myanmar

Exclusions: Flights, travel insurance, soft drinks and alcohol, gratuities

Tour code: 21MYA1


Wander the UNESCO listed pagodas of ancient Bagan


Enjoy a weaving workshop in a stilted house on Inle lake

Meet artisans continuing centuries old handmade techniques

Explore Yangon and the Bogyoke Market on a walking tour


Soak up the sunset over the mighty Ayeyarwaddy River


Meet local communities and share a cup of tea 

Be inspired by the laid-back lifestyle of Myanmar

Travel with like-minded people

  Sarah Main

February 2019

My trip to India ‘Textiles, Temples and Tastes of India’ was fabulous.

What I loved was that as well as seeing the spectacular treasures such as the Taj Mahal, we spent lots of time exploring everyday India.

Local laneways, shops and restaurants, flying about (sometimes eyes tight shut!) in tuk-tuks and meeting wonderful locals.

A truly memorable experience, thanks Nicole!