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Vancouver to Myanmar (formerly Burma), or Bali, Jakarta, Surabaya, or Singapore - $765 CAD roundtrip including taxes

Myanmar, formerly Burma

China Airlines is showing some amazing prices from Vancouver to Myanmar (RGN), Bali (DPS), Jakarta (CGK), Surabaya (SUB) and Singapore (SIN) at the moment.

The price to Myanmar is perhaps my favorite, as I don't think I've ever seen to an amazing price to this destination before, from anywhere.


Very limited dates in September 2015 . With such limited dates, this might not last very long.

China Airlines is a pretty good airline, with a 4 star rating over at AirlineQuality.com

How to find and book these flights

1. Start with a search on Kayak, like this...

Burma (RGN)

Sep 8 to Sep 22 or 23
Sep 8 to Sep 30

Bali, Indonesia (DPS)

Sep 8 to Sep 22 or 23
Sep 8 to Sep 30

Jakarta, Indonesia (CGK)

Sep 8 to Sep 22 or 23
Sep 8 to Sep 30

Surabaya, Indonesia (SUB)

Sep 8 to Sep 22 or 23
Sep 8 to Sep 30

Singapore (SIN)

Sep 8 to Sep 22 or 23
Sep 8 to Sep 30

2. Click through from Kayak to FlightHub for booking.

screenshot from Flighthub.com

Read about what to watch out for when booking with FlightHub, in the Third Party Power Rankings guide.

Where to stay in Myanmar, Bali, Jakarta, Surabaya, or Singapore ?

The following AirBNB links will lead you to some great deals on places to stay for under $50 CAD per night for 2 guests.

AirBNB Myanmar - 114 listings for under $50 CAD/night

AirBNB Bali, Indonesia - 1000+ listings for under $50 CAD/night

AirBNB Jakarta, Indonesia - 1000+ listings for under $50 CAD/night

AirBNB Surabaya, Indonesia - 87 listings for under $50 CAD/night

AirBNB Singapore - 346 listings for under $50 CAD/night

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2 Responses to "Vancouver to Myanmar (formerly Burma), or Bali, Jakarta, Surabaya, or Singapore - $765 CAD roundtrip including taxes"

    Has Bernard  been here?
       Bernard on August 5th, 2015

    As always Chris I appreciate and become very excited about the possibility to travel whenever! With this particular deal to Myanmar for example however it is said that the weather if Poor, further "Tourist numbers remain very low and much of the country is hard to reach by road and beach resorts remain closed."
    So unfortunately it simply looks like the low price is associated with how undesirable Monsoon Season can be.

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on August 6th, 2015

    Thanks Bernard! Googling around, it would seem that September is generally a transition month from the wet to dry season, and is at the tail end of the wet season. Which of course is usually statistically preferable to being there in the *middle* of the wet season.

    According to: http://www.selectiveasia.com/myanmar-holidays/weather/september - where I think your quote is from, they also state...

    "Another month of change as the rainfall starts to subside and temperatures also drop, although don’t expect snow anytime soon with temperatures remaining in the high 20’s and even early 30’s°C. Rainfall and temperatures will continue to fall as October approaches.

    We speak from experience (4 separate trips to Burma made in September by the SA team) when we say that the September, especially the second half, can deliver some excellent weather conditions whilst visitor numbers remain lower."

    It's one of those months that's a bit of a 50/50 gamble to be sure.

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