Myanmar, an undoubtful paradise where I call "home". The combination of long living history, culture, heritage, and artifacts and the modern metropolitan lifestyle which create a living colorful painting.
With myself being a travel junkie, I always put myself in a traveler's' shoes and have been great-fully creating unique memorable experiences for the travelers.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Everything Myanmar could offer is at my best service.
We offer the private tours from all range from Classic tours with all the must-see attractions, Family tours with fun and relaxation activities, Adventure tours with biking and trekking activities up until Off the beaten tours with exploring hidden remote areas.
In every single tour, there is one consistency. This is where we tailor the travel experience of your best fit and cater in detail to build up the best traveling experience before, during and after your travel. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I was studying International Business as a major during my university time in Singapore. At the same time, I was still asking myself what my passion is and I, fortunately, found my passion which is in Hospitality and this is when I took Hospitality and Tourism Management as my second major.
I've been in the industry for a few years already and being trained to work as a professional on the destinations of my country. I believe I would be able to help you organize the best moments my country could offer.
Featured trips & expertise
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.
This 8-day itinerary provides a local perspective on the main highlights of Myanmar — Yangon, Bagan, and Inle Lake. You'll dine with a local family, visit lively markets and places of pilgrimage, and enjoy the company of knowledgeable local guides who will share their stories and insights.
Recent trip reviews for Su Shwe Yee
Highlights of mandalay and bagan - 5 days, Myanmar - Jul 16 - Jul 21, 2018
Our guide in Mandalay, Thwe Thwe, was very friendly and extremely knowledgeable about her country's history and culture. We really appreciated the opportunity to learn more about Myanmar through a local guide. We liked visiting a Buddhist monastery and sharing a meal with a family. We also liked seeing a small village that produced palm oil and learning about their way of life. ToeHlaing was our guide in Bagan and he was very nice. Our most memorable part of Bagan will always be renting... read more
Visiting birth place, Myanmar - Jan 1 - Jan 12, 2018
The whole trip was wonderful. Our guide in Mandalay and (July) in Yangon were exceptional. Just one thought, 4 nights in Bagan was a bit much. Maybe adding a little more north city might be interesting. In my case, I should have done Lashio. If guides could have more info for dinner, might be helpful. Loved the country & the people. Food was good too.