Who goes on Tint Tint Myanmar cruise ships?
Tint Tint's travelers are predominantly from Western Europe, in particular British, French and Germans, with a mix of other nationalities, including North Americans and Australians. They are usually well-traveled with a sense of adventure.
Although the cruise line caters to all age groups, most of its clients are between the ages of 35 and 65.
Do I have to dress up on a Tint Tint Myanmar cruise?
No. There is no dress code onboard, and most people wear whatever they feel comfortable traveling in. The line recommends bringing clothing that can easily be layered and a couple of items to cover up with while visiting temples.
Is everything free on Tint Tint Myanmar cruises?
No, but most everything is. All cruise fares include meals, along with complimentary water, tea and coffee as well as daily sunset cocktails. An English-speaking guide, sightseeing charges and entrance fees are also part of the package.
You'll pay extra for most beverages and pre- and post-cruise transfers. On ships with more amenities, you'll also pay extra for massages and retail purchases.
What are Tint Tint Myanmar’s most popular activities?
People choose Tint Tint Myanmar for its exclusive specialty in Myanmar and anything that brings them closer to the destination is popular, such as cooking classes and cultural performances. One of the most popular options is the Kyaukse elephant dance, which is a performance where two men dance together in rhythm, while enveloped within a huge elephant made from bamboo and paper.
Why go with Tint Tint Myanmar?
- Immersive cruises on the Irrawaddy River
- Traditional-style vessels with modern comforts
- Choice of one- to six-night itineraries
Best for: Travelers who want to experience the Irrawaddy in a traditional way
Not for: Romance seekers