Are you planning to pay a visit to Myanmar, the
Golden Land formerly known as Burma? Your
visit be enhanced enormously if you engage a
person whom you can trust to arrange and guide
all your sightseeing.
Myanmar is a developing country. Infrastructure,
transportation and communications are generally
very poor by Western standards. Without a
'local' at your side, you will often encounter
delays and hassles and fructrations.
Your holidays will run far more smoothly with
an experienced and knowledgeable tour guide.
Leave it all to Nyi Nyi who has been doing just
this job for 18 years. I speak and read English
perfectly, and can help ensure your visit is
successful, enjoyable and quite unforgettable.
My knowledge of the history, customs, religion
and people of this fascinating country is
immense. It would be my honour and pleasure to
share it with you.
Wages and costs in Myanmar are very low by
Western standards. The cost to have me accompany
you around the country is VERY reasonable. From
meeting you at the airport, right to your return
trip back to the International airport I can be
with you the entire journey - for a very modest
fee. On all the same planes, ferries, and car
trips that you take.
If you book with many tour companies they will
offer you a different 'local' guide for each
city you visit - Yangon, Mandalay, Inle Lake,
Bagan etc. Not only can the level of English
language skill vary greatly in each city, but
you have no time to build a rapport with your
guide. As you know that rapport can often "make
or break" your holiday.
Nyi Nyi comes highly recommended by other
foreign visitors - click the "Guest
Recommendation" button for many recent personal
endorsements of my service. Many of my clients
have left their email details there - contact
them by all means to verify their comments! For
more information on my prices and availability
contact me direct.
Hoping to see you see in Myanmar soon.
U Nyi Nyi
English Speaking Tour Guide
(License No. G.789/1995)
No. 185 Thunanda 12th Street, North Okkalapa,
Yangon, Union of Myanmar.
2005-06, Myanmar Tour Guide (U Nyi Nyi).
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