There is no better way to explore this lazy fishing town than by bicycle. Spend your mornings exploring the beaches and afternoons cycling around local Burmese villages to get a taste of what life used to be like here. Indulge yourself with freshly caught seafood and get on your bike and off the beaten track to meet the friendly locals.
With thousands of temples, miles of empty roads and an unbelievably peaceful atmosphere, Bagan is the perfect spot to explore by bicycle. Enjoy the freedom of stopping to discover something amazing beyond every corner.
Bicycles are easy to rent here and provide visitors with a great way of exploring the dense population of temples. Meander through seemingly endless roads, take shelter from the heat in the shady temples and spend an evening cycling down to the river for sunset.
There is no better way to discover everything Loikaw has to offer than by bicycle. Cycle through tranquil mountain ranges, thriving countryside and enjoy the fresh Burmese air whilst indulging in local food and stopping by hill tribe villages.
The garden-like city nestled in the peaceful Kayah State has successfully retained its old village charm and rich cultural background. The unique combination of stunning scenes and quiet trails make Loikaw the most superb place to embark on a cycling adventure.
One of Myanmar’s best spots to explore by bicycle is the country’s second largest fresh water lake. Inle Lake is crammed full of culture and beauty just waiting to be explored.
With designated cycling trails, there is something for everyone. Set off on short cycles to explore the local villages and meet friendly locals, or to the stunning Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery. For a slightly more challenging cycle try the scenic route to the Red Mountain Winery and enjoy one of Myanmar’s world-renowned sunsets with a well-deserved, locally sourced wine in hand.