WAR MEMORIAL TOUR
Burma played an important role in WWII for the Japanese army, particularly in the construction of the infamous “Death Railway”. To support its cavalry in the Burma Campaign, the Japanese used forced labour on thousands of Allied Forces & Asian labourers to build a track between Siam & Burma.
On this unique tour, combine a pilgrimage to the country’s most important memorial sites with the very best that Burma travel has to offer:
Pay your respects at the well-kept graves of the Commonwealth War Memorial cemeteries in Thanbyuzayat & Taukkyan
See one of the last trains on the Siam/Burma railway
Visit the old seaport of Moulmein (Mawlamyine), famed in the writings of Rudyard Kipling & George Orwell
Marvel at the scale and beauty of thousands of temples & pagoda’s scattered & across the UNESCO Kingdom of Bagan
Watch sunset & gaze in awe under the bright lights of Yangon’s incomparable Shwe Dagon Pagoda
8 days, 7 nights from US$1395 per person based on 9 + people
“Special offer: Book a party of 12 people and the 12th person travels free!”
Inclusive of: Airport & hotel transfers, all internal flights, air-conditioned coach trips, 3.5-4 star accommodation with breakfasts, experience bilingual tour guide, entry fees.