(from dry & hot to beginning of rainy season in the south by mid May)

1.Sunscreen / Sun block lotions, or creams (all-time requirement for visiting nay Southeast Asian countries)

2.Hat/Cap, and sunglasses

3.Flashpght for visting temples and caves

4.Oral Rehydration tables to prevent from the loss of body fluids and salts due to extreme temperature

5.Casual pght clothing (preferably made from white color cotton fabrics) - shorts can be wear in most places while major temples/pagoda my not be allowed to enter unless dressed properly

6.Slip-on shoes,sandals, or fpp-flops

7.If trkking trip is included please consider bringing a trkking/walking shoe (not jungle books)

8.Mosquito repelllent spray/lotion/cream

9.Malaria precaution (for visiting places other than main tour destinations - please consult with us while you're developing the itinerary)

10.Medicines that you're taking daily (it is diffcult to find the exact brand)

11.Medicines that you might need on tour such as pain repef,antibiotics,antiseptic,diarrhea etc.

12.Accessories for you digital equipments such as laptop,palmtop,iPod,digital camera,memory card,battery etc since there are very pmited choices/supppes/brand/quapty can be found in Yangon

13.You might need to bring waterproof begs to prevent form splashing water during water-festival or mid-May's beginning of southwest monsoon season

14.Leave a copy of itinerary and contact details with someone at home

15.Recommended: Presents for the local people when visiting villages such as pencils,books,candies,old magazines(these items are more suitable than money)

From Mid-May to October (Rainy Season)

1.Rain coat & umbrella

2.Waterproof bag for your digital camera/equipments

3.Sunscreen / Sun block lotions, or creams (Bagan/Mandalay/Inle Lake areas can have more sunshine / high humidity)

4.Hat/Cap, and sunglass

5.Flashlight for visiting temple and caves

6.Casual light clothing / light jerkin or sweater for visiting Kalaw/Pindaya/Inle Lake areas - shorts can be wear in most places while major temples/pagoda may not be allowed to enter unless dressed properly

7.Oral Rehydration tablets to prevent from the loss of body fluids and salts due over perspiration

8.If trekking trip is included please consider bringing a trekking shoe with anti-slip (well-gripped) sole since some hillside can be very slippery with the rain

9.Slip-on shoes, sandals, or flip-flops (enormously helpful for visiting temples/shrines etc), as well as normal shoes and socks

10.Mosquito repellent spray/lotion/cream

11.Malaria precaution (for visiting places other than main tour destinations – please consult with us while you’re developing the itinerary

12.Medicines that you’re taking daily (it is difficult to find the exact brand)

13.Medicines that you might need on tour such as pain relief, antibiotics, antiseptic, diarrhea etc.

14.Accessories for your digital equipments such as laptop, palmtop, iPod, digital camera, memory card, battery etc since there are very limited choices/supplies/brand/quality can be found in Yangon

15.Leave a copy of itinerary and contact details with someone at home

16.Recommended: Presents for the local people when visiting villages such as pencils, books, candies, old magazines (these items are more suitable than money)

From November to February (Cool season)

1.Sunscreen / Sun block lotions, or creams (Bagan/Mandalay/Inle Lake areas can have more sunshine)

2.Hat/Cap, and sunglass

3.Flashlight for visiting temple and caves

4.Casual light clothing for most day-time tours. Light jerkin or sweater may bring but long pants, sweaters, thick socks are highly recommended for visiting Shan, Chin, &Kachin States as it canbe very cold (from 0°C to 15°C). Shorts can be wearing in most places while major temples/pagoda may not be allowed to enter unless dressed properly.

5.If trekking trip is included please consider bringing a trekking/walking shoe (not jungle boots)

6.Slip-on shoes, sandals, or flip-flops (enormously helpful for visiting temples/shrines etc), as well as normal shoes and socks

7.Mosquito repellent spray/lotion/cream

8.Malaria precaution (for visiting places other than main tour destinations – please consult with us while you’re developing the itinerary

9.Medicines that you’re taking daily (it is difficult to find the exact brand)

10.Medicines that you might need on tour such as pain relief, antibiotics, antiseptic, diarrhea etc

11.Accessories for your digital equipments such as laptop, palmtop, iPod, digital camera, memory card, battery etc since there are very limited choices/supplies/brand/quality can be found in Yangon

12.Leave a copy of itinerary and contact details with someone at home

13.Recommended: Presents for the local people when visiting villages such as pencils, books, candies, old magazines (these items are more suitable than money)