After various roles and many years in the travel industry, I founded my own travel company, Green Season Travel.
My approach is learning through working. Using the experiences from my own travels around Myanmar, I created our own unique travel products and packages. Whenever I have free time, I go on trips and explore. I also guide tours on occasion and gain from travelers' feedback and my experiences in the field.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"We specialize in cultural, nature, adventure and wildlife tours all around Myanmar. Our tours are action-packed, and you have the opportunity to experience locals' way of life, eat authentic foods, stay in local homes, and doing outdoor activities.
Some of my favorite places are Fantastic Hpa-An, where you can see limestone hills, caves, and visit hidden Kayin villages. Yangon is fascinatingly exotic, Mandalay is the royal capital city. Bagan is a rich archaeological site with over 4,000 temples. Inle Lake is beautiful, and Kalaw and Northern Shan State are perfect spots for trekking. Ngapali Beach is world-class. Many more to tell!"
How did you get involved in travel?
"I love traveling. I'm passionate about discovering new places on my own, I love to see locals and different tribes and learn their culture and traditions, and I especially love trying local foods. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I will never forget my visit to Chin Mountain Adventure. I was able to drive a 4-wheel car and stayed the night in a bungalow 8,000 feet above sea level. We drove further up to base camp (at 9,000 feet!) and continued by motorbike up to Mt. Victoria (10,300 feet). I spent the trip trekking up and over hills to Chin Villages, where Mythons (cows) kept creeping up to our camp before running away again. I'll never forget this awesome experience!"
Featured trips & expertise
Explore Myanmar's stunning and diverse landscapes by bike. Start in the bustling Yangon to see busy Bogoyoke Aun San Market and the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda, then visit the sprawling temples of Bagan. See historical sites in the ancient capital of Mandalay and Amarapura. End your journey with a ride around the famed Inle Lake to explore local culture, meet local Inthar artisans, and enjoy the beauty of Myanmar's lush countryside.
This packed itinerary checks off Myanmar's top Buddhist sites. Visit the Shwedagon Pagoda and busy markets in Yangon, explore monasteries in Mon State, and tour the world-famous Bagan archaeological site. Finish your trip in Mandalay to see the splendid former capital Inwa, the world's longest teakwood bridge on Inle Lake, and the 17th-century Indein pagodas.
This 12-day trip makes for an excellent introduction to the cultural highlights of Myanmar. You'll tour pagodas and temples, visit cities and tiny villages, and get a real sense of the country's strong ties to Buddhism and of its British colonial past. You'll roam the buzzing streets of Yangon, watch the sunset over the temples of Bagan, take a long-tailed boat tour of Inle Lake, and so much more!
Spend nine days traversing the sights of Myanmar on this itinerary. You'll visit the urban highlights of Mandalay and Yangon, cruise through the heart of the country down the Irrawaddy River, soar above the 3,000 pagodas of Bagan in a hot air balloon at sunrise, and sample handicrafts in village markets as you make your way through your tour.
Experience vibrant Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, on this 12-day tour of the highlights. From the buzzing and colorful city streets of Yangon to the magnificent Inle Lake, this trip offers something for everyone. Find hidden treasures in the bustling markets, relax in the countryside of Kalaw and the Shan Hills, and explore culture and religion as you tour ancient pagodas and temples.
Two weeks is the perfect amount of time to explore Myanmar. If you have less time, you can still have a great experience but it requires careful planning. At a minimum, five days is enough to give you a taste of the country’s history and culture by visiting two of Myanmar’s “Big Four” destinations.