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Ko Pwa Gyi is a true son of Mandalay as well as a founder of Mandalay Traveller. He is known in our neighbourhood as a man and who talks as much as he helps the locals, orphans and and other people who need a hand. You wouldn’t know it, but that’s quite a lot. Our likeable boss has worked with tourism in Myanmar for more than 15 years, and there are very few places he has not been to. When he is not at the office, he is probably shooting photos for UNESCO or other organisations.
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I visited Myanmar with my husband during our honeymoon. Ko Pwa Gyi drove us in our tour and we found not only a good guide, but also a good friend. For my birthday we were in a restaurant in Mandalay to have dinner. Pwa gave me this beautiful birthday’s cake. What a wonderful surprise! It was one of the most amazing evenings of my life.
I have been on several photo shooting trips with Yadanabon Kingdom, all of which have been led by my good
friend, Ko Pwa Gyi.
He truly knows manyt excellent places for serious photographers like me.
I’m planning on returning in 2016 to explore new areas under his guidance.
As we were traveling through the area around Mandalay with Pwa Gyi, we really enjoyed his exceptional personality. He knows every part of his country and he was so kind to explain a lot about history, about life in Myanmar with all its goods and sometimes negative influences.
We learned a lot and it was such a pleasure to be with him.
I really can recommend this personal guide and the services of his travel agency to anyone who wants to see and experience more in Myanmar!
I have been working with Pwa Gyi several times. He has always been a pleasure, as a tourist guide and also as a facilitator for my job. As a director for TV documentaries, I need a person who is able to arrange travels, the necessary permits and also the protagonists who feature in the documentaries. Pwa Gyi is reliable and a professional in his job. I can warmly recommend him and his travel agency.
Some can say that Ngapali is the most beautiful beach in Myanmar. It takes about 16 hours by road from Yangon through Pyay or takes a flight to Thandwe for about 50 minutes from Yangon and 20 minutes from Ma Zin Thandwe Airport. It is located near the Mya Pyin...
Kawthoung is the gate way of Mergui archipelago located at the southern edge of Myanmar. The town was build by British and named Victoria Point. There is a river name Perchan separate Kawthoung and Ranong of Thiland. Most of tourists come from Ranong to Kawthoung by...
Mrauk - U situated in latitude 20-44'N and logitude 93 26'E was once the capital of the once powerful Rakhine Kings the archaelogical remains in Rakhine (Arakan), as we now see them, date chiefly from the 15th and 16th centuries. It stands at Aung Dat creak about 50...
Kyaikhtiyo pagoda is one of the most ancient and celebrated of all pagodas in Myanmar. This pagoda is situated on a rocky mountain 3615 ft above sea level. It is situated in the vicinity of Kyaikhto Township.The famous legendary Pagoda on the Golden Rock is about 160...
Mandalay was the last capital of the Konboung Dynasty or the Third Myanmar Empire. It is located 668 km north from Yangon. It is the heart land of Myanmar. The largest city after Yangon, it is a bustling commercial centre and a repository of ancient Myanmar culture....
Yangon, the capital city and gateway to the Union of Myanmar, is one of the most attractive cities in the East. Its fringes are beautiful with pagodas, spacious parks gardens and its atmosphere cooled by the Kandawgyi Lake and Inya Lake. Most of the major Myanmar and...