“Buy experiences, not things.”
It’s a common refrain today. Even studies tell us that experiences are more satisfying than tangible goods. At Silent Mind, we believe that singing bowls create an experience that’s satisfying, and with so many singing bowls leaving our facility in Nepal each day, it’s safe to say you agree.
Still, memories that last a lifetime are more rewarding than, say, a pair of shoes, or a brand-new phone. And with that in mind, we’re happy to introduce our sister company, Myanmar Quest.
What is Myanmar Quest?
Myanmar Quest is a new way to see the world.
It’s challenging planning a trip abroad, especially to a large, less-traveled country like Myanmar. There’s quite a bit of research involved in arranging transport from location to location, choosing the best time to visit, and more.
It would be a lot easier to work with someone who knows all about Myanmar, and that’s Myanmar Quest. They work with experienced local travel specialists to coordinate your custom tour of Myanmar.
This way, you’re not taking any risks with unreliable information online, or sacrificing what you want in favor of what you can find. Myanmar Quest creates bespoke travel experiences based on your budget and travel preferences.
Why visit Myanmar?
Simply put, in Myanmar, there’s something for everyone. Beautiful beaches, stunning monuments, delicious food, friendly people, and plenty of festivals. Plus, it’s a nature-lovers dream; hiking tours are among Myanmar Quest’s most popular package selections.
It’s also where travelers can enjoy multiple cultures in their purest form. Tourist traps and overdeveloped areas are not part of the Myanmar experience. Authenticity and diversity reign supreme.
That’s why experienced travelers are booking their 2020 tours now. If you think you’ve seen it all, but you’ve never been to Myanmar, you’re missing out. With a land mass of more than 260,000 square miles, there’s much to do and see.
While many countries in Southeast Asia see hordes of tourists, it’s different in Myanmar. They’ve only recently opened up to travelers, and are looking forward to welcoming more. Just as your singing bowl purchase contributes to the local economy in Nepal, visiting Myanmar gives their communities a little boost.
Isn’t Myanmar dangerous?
No, it isn’t dangerous to visit Myanmar. Travel guides like Lonely Planet do not consider Myanmar less safe than other countries people flock to in the region. There are areas of political unrest, but travel there is restricted, making it nearly impossible for tourists to wander in.
Silent Mind Exclusive
Interested in learning more about visiting Myanmar? Check out Myanmar Quest’s Guide to Myanmar eBook by clicking here. If you’re ready to begin booking a tour, don’t forget to mention that Silent Mind sent you for a special discount.
Tell us more about your travel adventures. Have you ever been to Myanmar? If not, what has your favorite travel destination been so far? Are you a traveler that likes hiking and nature-watching, or do you prefer fine dining and historical landmarks?
Let us know in the comments, and visit us again next week for more.