From a romantic cruise to glamorous hotel stays, there's plenty to impress your sweetheart in Myanmar

Why you should head to Myanmar this Valentine’s Day

In Travel News by The H4C Team

Heads up, romantics – Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Yes, already. Perfect for those wanting to go all-out this year, Myanmar’s Memories Group has revealed an array of fabulous experiences. A whirlwind short break in southeast Asia for February 14th? Why not?

If your sweetheart is admittedly a little golf-mad, treat yourselves to the three-day Valentine’s Package at Yangon’s recently opened Awei Metta. Already gaining attention for its golf facilities, the five-star hotel is offering couples all throughout February a stay in a luxurious Gary Player Suite, plus a candlelit dinner for two at Oscar restaurant, a bottle of Champagne and a bouquet of red roses on arrival. 

Treat yourselves to a luxurious stay at Keinnara Loikaw

Seeking an unforgettable experience? Sail the sapphire seas of the Mergui Archipelago on Burma Boating’s Valentine’s Cruise (9-14 February). Taking just six to eight people (plus three crew), the intimate journey will visit islets, coral reefs and atolls, finishing with a sunset Prosecco toast and barefoot dinner on a deserted beach. Or, get your fill of adventure with a stay at Keinnara Loikaw. Known for its hinterland scenery, hiking, biking and tranquil atmosphere, Loikaw is ideal for escaping from the rest of the world – packages for two throughout Febraury start at US$200 for a two-night stay. 

If it’s just a relaxing getaway you’re after, book a Romantic Getaway Package at Hotel Suggati in the sleepy port of Mawlamyaing. With sweeping views of the Salween River, the hotel is offering couples breakfast, a bottle of Prosecco, a bouquet of flowers, a romantic dinner for two, late checkout and a special Valentine’s Day gift for just US$120 per night. 

To find out more about Memories Group’s accommodation options and Valentine’s Day packages, visit the group’s website here