About

Introduction of

Our Company

Mingalar Par! Warmest regards from Triple Twelve Travel Services. First, we would like to introduce that we are a new travel services based in Myanmar and we have local office in Yangon. We launched the company in February, 2018 and since then has being extending it’s business throughout the Tourism Sector in Myanmar.

We involve ourselves in both Myanmar’s National Sustainable Development Strategy and the National Environmental Policy and Strategy Framework; the vision “Sustainable, Green, Clean and Healthy Environment towards a Brighter Future for Myanmar”

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Mission

Our mission is to provide safe, quality, fun, and affordable services to all our customers. We exist to attract and maintain customers. When we adhere to this maxim, everything else will fall into place.

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Vision

Our Vision to be a service provider of choice for our community by fulfilling expectations through our commitment to continuous quality improvement.
To be an employer of choice by providing an environment that promotes education, trust, and dedication through teamwork.

Our Team's

Managing Director

U Thet Lwin, he is an accomplished Hospitality Industry professional with over 25 years commercial experience in the fields of Hotel Operations. He is the founder of Triple Twelve Company Limited, which was established in February, 2018.

Director

Daw Aye Aye Thein is Highly Effective Human Resources Manager in Hospitality Industry with over 15 years of experience specializing in establishing productive business relationships and resolving critical human capital business issues. She is a co-founder of Triple Twelve Company Limited, which was established in February, 2018.

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Tour Packages

Tour Packages

Kalaw
KALAW ONE DAY TREKKING TOUR (10 HOURS)

At 8:00, local guide will pick you up from the Hotel to go to trekking starting point.

At 8:30, the trekking starts and walks through the villages some sightseeing and market visit for 45 minutes.

Afterward, we walk uphill in the pine forest to a Danu village for around 2 hours. Adventure the Danu peoples’ daily life of growing mainly rice, ginger, pear, avocado and banana. All of them fresh, delicious.

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Yangon Bagan
YANGON - BAGAN – YANGON 3Days/2Nights

Our tour guide will pick you up at The Hotel.

Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon, is a relatively quiet and charming city. Its impressive colonial and spiritual heritage makes it one of the most fascination cities in Southeast Asia. Your sightseeing starts with a around the city and its highlights. Visit to Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha Image, Sule Pagoda, Independent Monument and City Hall. Shwedagon Pagoda, the most sacred Buddhist Pagoda in Myanmar. The central stupa is 100 meters tall and gilded with gold plate and China Town. After sightseeing, go back to Hotel.

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Yangon Bagan
YANGON - BAGO - Kyaik Htee Yoe – YANGON 4Days/3Nights

Our tour guide will pick you up at The Hotel.

Visit to Kyakhatwine Monastery, one may observe over 600 student monks having lunch under the way of Buddha’s guidance and Kyeik Pun, Four-sided Pagoda. Proceed to Shwethalyaung Pagoda 55 meters long and 16 meters high reclining Buddha. Continue to Shwe Maw Daw Pagoda which is like Shwedagon in Yangon at glance and the highest Pagoda n Myanmar, Hintha Gon Pagoda, privately-funded spirit worship ceremonies often take place and could enjoy panoramic view. Then proceed Kanbawzathardi Palace the famous palace of King Bayinnaung (1551-1581 A.D.) is being extensively excavated.

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twente
TWENTE POTTERY VILLAGE VISIT (6 HOURS)

Our tour guide will pick you up at The Hotel and drive to Pansodan jetty for around 30 min (Pickup time need to discussed with your guide, subject to your hotel location and public traffic). Take local skiff to cross the Yangon river. (Local skiff operation schedule to be discussed with your guide).

Then biking from Dala to Twante via Twante canal bridge. (Approximately one hour).

Upon arrival in Twante, the road is bumpy and you should be prepared for a 'rustic' but very interesting ride, which provides a glimpse of life on and along the famous Twante Canal, the narrow waterway constructed in 1883 to connect the Yangon and Ayeyarwady Rivers, and still in use today.

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