1./ Balloon Over Bagan ( By eastern Safari)
Visitors to Bagan now have the unique opportunity to enjoy spectacular views of the ancient Kingdom of Bagan in a hot air balloon!
The world-famous archaeological site of Bagan is known for its marvelous sunsets and sunrises, mostly enjoyed from the top of one of the monuments. A balloon flight gives you the chance to see Bagan with a bird’s-eye view.
The balloon basket provides an excellent platform for photography, with unrestricted views of the whole Bagan Valley.
The balloon pilots and technicians are qualified and registered in the UK. The balloons, built to the highest standards of the British aerospace industry, are provided by Cameron Balloons Limited, UK, the world's largest manufacturer of high quality balloons.
The Balloon over Bagan service operates twice daily early in the morning just before sunset and late in the evening just before sunset between late October and April.
Each journey takes about 45 minutes to one hour long, but it also depends on the weather condition. There are 12 passenger balloons. Three balloons operate at any one time for maximum
2./ Oriental Ballooning
The Schedule is as follow:
• Pickup from your hotel or guest house
• Light, pre-flight breakfast service while you watch the balloons inflate
• Safety Briefing from your pilot
• An intimate and interactive experience in our exclusive 4 and 8 passenger balloons
• Return to your hotel or guest house after the flight
Starting October 2013, Mandalay city in Myanmar had start offering hot air ballon rides run by the Oriental Ballooning Company.
Rides run just before every sunrise between October and March , subjected to weather conditions.
No worries about safety here as the ball ones are made by Cameroon Balloons in the UK and are maintained by certified balloon inspectors working in accordance to standards set by the UK Civil Aviation Authority. Balloon operators will be experienced UK commercial balloon licensees and international insurance is included in the package.
The company operates six balloons, two will have a capacity of four passengers while the remaining four can carry eight passengers.
Flights over Inle Lake will start on October 2014 ( and will run until March).
The company will operate balloons with a capacity of four or eight passengers.