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Myanmar is both mysterious and captivating. Board a cruise along the Irrawaddy River and discover its many delights. From the many temples of World Heritage-listed Bagan, to the iconic U-Bein Bridge and Mahamuni Temple, a holiday to Myanmar will be one you’ll never forget.

View of cruise ship on the water, Myanmar

Irrawaddy River Cruise

Join a 14-night cruise along Myanmar’s mighty Irrawaddy River. Gain an insight into village life, wake to a new destination every day and enjoy shore excursions.
Bagan hot air balloons over temples, Myanmar

Bagan Temples

Spend a full day exploring World Heritage-listed Bagan, studded with over 2,200 pagodas.
View of two people with red umbrellas in front of gold temple, Myanmar

Spectacular Shewedagon Pagoda

Climb to the top of Singuttara Hill for spectacular views of Shwedagon Pagoda, with its stunning collection of gold-encrusted stupas.

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Our Fleet

Princess Panhwar Myanmar

RV Princess Panhwar

Cruise Myanmar’s mighty Irrawaddy River in the spacious suites and stylish public spaces adjoining with the exceptional and friendly service of the RV Princess Panhwar.

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Tourists in long boat watch on as local fisherman stands holding fishing basket, Myanmar

Myanmar River Cruising

The largest and most important watercourse in the country, the Irrawaddy River is a vital lifeblood for the people of Myanmar. Discover temples, ancient fortresses and local life.
Tea Leaf Salad, Myanmar

Authentic Flavours

At Travelmarvel we understand meals are often what we remember most about a holiday, so great food is at the core of any Travelmarvel Myanmar holiday.
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A Travelmarvel Asia holiday is unlike any other. Zip across bustling cities, meander through the countryside and cruise at a leisurely pace along some of Asia’s most vital rivers.