What would you do in Penang for 3 days and 2 nights? I was recently asked to design a travel program for a group of friends who were visiting Penang for a class reunion. Their requirements were fairly simple. Most of them have not been to Penang for years. They just want to get together. Catch up and have fun. Sounds simple. But it was not. Not knowing their likes and dislikes, it would be a challenge.
From Chauk provincial market to Yoke Sone Kyaung monastery and museum in Salay to Mount Popa and a sunset boat cruise on Ayeyarwaddy River. This was the highlight of my recent trip to Myanmar.
I have planned this trip for almost a year. It is one of my most anticipated trip as Myanmar opened its door to tourism not too long ago, with tourists slowly coming in since 2009 and becoming more popular in recent years.
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