FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
1. What's included in the price?
2. Where is the meeting point to start your tour?
3. What should I bring on the tours?
For our tours you don't need much as we provide most things you will need. However,
for the day time tours, we recommend that you use sunscreen and sunglasses as the sun can be quite strong. For the night time tours, you don't need anything special, a camera is always a good addition for day or night time tours!
4. Can you cater to my food allergies/restrictions?
If you given notice, we can adjust the dishes on our tours to accommodate almost any food restrictions.
Please let us know about your food restrictions, at the time you book your tour, so that we can prepare alternative options that meets your needs.
5. Are your tours the same every day?
Our ever-changing menu of great street food changes every period of time. We try and make our tours as enjoyable for our guides as it is for our visitors so that everyone can enjoy the experience of sharing a great meal together.
For repeated customers, we would love to setup a new route for you to try!
6. How far do we walk?
We will walk around 1.5 miles (2.5 km) during most of the tours, except for the ones we go by cars, but you will get the stop at many places to sit down and enjoy the food.
7. Do you provide transportation to pick us up from our hotel?
The ticket price does not include your transportation and upon booking we will confirm the meeting location. At the end of the tour though, our guides are happy to help you safely find a taxi or bus.
8. What clothes should I wear on the tours?
9. How far ahead of time do I need to book a tour?
10. What happens if it rains during the tours?
Rain in Myanmar is quite common, especially during the raining season, however it usually does not last very long. If it is raining heavily, we will take a break somewhere during the tour and continue as the rain gets lighter.
11. Your tour includes street food. Is it safe to eat?
Every traveler knows that when you are trying many foods from different countries you always run the risk of having a bad reaction to the food. Myanmar is no exception and unfortunately we cannot guarantee that you will not get sick from the food on our tours.
However, street food is actually safer in many ways than food that you get from a restaurant:
12. What is the maximum group size for the tour?
In order to give you the most possible experience, we strive to keep our tour groups small.
Our tours can accommodate group of 1-8 people at most.
If you have a larger group we are happy to book a private tour for you without any surcharge.