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Outside the Square Travel Adventures Mount Eden, North Island, New Zealand
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Ph: 64211073300
30 Horoeka Ave, Mount Eden, North Island, 1024, New Zealand
Contact: Richard Clowes

Gay Owned Tour Operator
Gay Men Lesbian Bisexual Straight

Destinations: Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Bali, New Zealand
Services: Lodging
Outside the Square Travel Adventures brings like minded travellers together ,to share fun adventure holidays. Gay travellers, and their friends, in the 40+ bracket are our groups demographic. If your idea of a great holiday is exploring unusual places, you enjoy quirky yet comfortable hotels, and atmospheric restaurants enjoyed in good company.

HA Travel Hanoi, Vietnam
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Ph: 84986269111
114 trung kinh, suite 412, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam
Contact: Hung Vu (Bill)

Gay Friendly Travel Agency, Tour Operator
Gay Men Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Straight

Destinations: Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar
Services: Lodging
Car Rental
Vacation Planning
Specialties: Corporate
Established in 2006 with the mission of introducing tourists to the charming destinations of Vietnam and the World while welcoming visitors around the globe to the amazing and beautiful sceneries of Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. Since the launching, HA Travel has been demonstrated one of the best leading Tour Operators in Indochina; specializes in providing high quality tours

At Purple Roofs, we list thousands of gay and lesbian owned and friendly accommodations around the world - bed and breakfasts, vacation rentals, hotels, guest houses, and much more. We also list hundreds of gay and lesbian friendly travel agents and tour operators.

Unlike many other travel directories, Purple Roofs is not a simple repackaging of mainstream hotel chains for the gay and lesbian market (though we do have a couple of the gay-friendliest) - instead, we offer thousands of locally owned accommodations that you won't find in one place anywhere else.

This is our Myanmar Gay Travel section - here, you'll find Myanmar gay friendly and lesbian and gay owned bed and breakfasts, inns, hotels, vacation rentals, and other accommodations. We also list Myanmar travel agents and tour operators, as well as local gay travel events, gay travel news, and much more.

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7 Day Charter Cruise - Burmese Days

Mandalay Jetty - 7 Day Charter Cruise - Burmese Days

Cruise along the Ayeyarwady River embarking from Mandalay, a former capital and a city that is hustle and bustling. As you sail upstream you will stop at one of the oldest cities in Myanmar: Tagaung with its ancient ruins and artifacts, described in the Glass Palace chronicle. As you continue sailing, you will get to go back in time and see George Orwell's former residence in Kathar. A must read, his novel "Burmese Dayys"! Apart relaxing and reading, an elephant camp will be amongst other stop points and activities on this picturesque cruise.

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Myanmar Archipelago - Andaman Sailing

Yangon or Kawthaung airport - Myanmar Archipelago - Andaman Sailing

Choose 1 charter or private Archipelago sailing tour from the three sailing yachts we offer. Imagine 800 remote islands, a national park, white beaches and indigenous people who roam the islands in dugout canoes.

Only 1,700 visitors come here every year. The Mergui Archipelago is one of Asia's last island regions, which remains virtually untouched. Be one of the first to visit this paradise.

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Nomadic Boys - Our Myanmar Travel Video

Mar 13th, 2015

Our Myanmar travel video includes some of our favourite moments of our travels around Mandalay, Bagan, trekking from Kalaw to Inle Lake and finally in Yangon. The temples of Bagan were one of the highlights as was learning about the thanaka - the Burmese face mask. We had a lot of fun learning about Burmese food in Mandalay at Yoe Yoe Lay... read_more

Nomadic Boys - Our Favorite Burmese Foods

Mar 10th, 2015

Burmese food startled us at first because it can be quite oily. And just as we started to get used to spicy foods (particularly after Sri Lankan food), we were surprised to find that Burmese food is quite mild - by Asian standards of course! The tea houses and street food scene of Yangon and variety of Burmese curries we... read_more

Nomadic Boys - Our Favorite Myanmar Observations

Mar 9th, 2015

We spent 3 weeks in Myanmar in January 2015 and instantly fell in love with the people. The Burmese were very curious towards us foreigners but extremely friendly and welcoming. It was really endearing and you just can't help but smile back. As well as the friendly Burmese, here's our favourite Myanmar observations and interesting facts that stuck with us. 1.... read_more

Nomadic Boys - Gay Life in Yangon, Myanmar

Mar 8th, 2015

Myanmar is a very conservative and religious country with around 89% of the population practising Buddhism. In addition, it has retained the old colonial homophobic laws inherited from the British Empire. Whilst Queen Elizabeth in the UK recently "signed" gay marriages into law, 150 years ago, Queen Victoria oversaw section 377 of the 1860 Penal Code being passed into law, which... read_more

Nomadic Boys: Bagan Temples in Myanmar

Mar 7th, 2015

Bagan is an ancient town in central Myanmar with over 2,000 temples. We visited Bagan in January 2015 as part of our travels in Myanmar. We based ourselves in the nearby backpacker friendly town of Nyaung U at Eden Motel and rented bicycles to temple hop our way through the many temples over 3 days, enjoying 2 sunsets and 1 sunrise. Pagoda... read_more

Nomadic Boys: The Monks of Mandalay

Mar 6th, 2015

Mandalay was our first stop in Myanmar and the first thing we noticed was the large number of monks of all ages everywhere. Even at the gate of Bangkok's Don Muang airport waiting for our flight to Mandalay, we noticed numerous monks in their distinct red robes waiting to board. In Mandalay we stayed at the excellent Yoe Yoe Lay Guesthouse. Every... read_more

Nomadic Boys: Is it Myanmar or Burma?

Mar 4th, 2015

Our first problem with researching and planning for this new country was what the heck do we call it? Is it Myanmar (pronounced Mee-anmar) or Burma? And why is one name sometimes put in brackets like on our Lonely Planet? 'Burma' was the old colonial name used during British rule and the accepted name after independence in 1948. But, the (unelected)... read_more

Nomadic Boys: How to Get a Visa for Myanmar in Bangkok

Mar 2nd, 2015

We took a break from travelling for a month in Bangkok as a base to spend Christmas and plan travels for 2015. We stayed for a few nights at the excellent Lub'D Hostel and then rented a condo (with gym and swimming pool) in the suburbs via Air BnB. Our first destination in 2015 was Myanmar, a country which only recently... read_more

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