If you ever want to make solo female travel Myanmar to enjoy full freedom and independence , we recommend some safety advices to make your trip safe and fun.
Generally, making solo female travel Myanmar is quite safe, and many solo female travellers said Myanmar is one of the friendliest countries to visit in term of hospitality by local communities.
International travellers are almost completely secure in the areas they are allowed to visit. Nevertheless, it’s hardly certain that there is no risk to you if you make your solo female travel Myanmar. Here come some useful tips to help you.
Getting yourself regular exercise before your trip will assist you to improve the quality of your travels as you can do more without being tired but also improves your chances of warding off attackers.
Although women in a beautiful and sexy dress are usually praised, it is always wise to consider their suitability with the locations and its norms. Standing out in a place still unfamiliar to you is not really a good idea. Myanmar is a conservative country where showing off too much of your skin considered offensive. To not attract any unwanted attention or accusing looks when having Myanmar travel, put on shirts with long sleeves or dresses covering over your knees especially in Religious sites.
Like dressing down, it’s better for you to avoid any actions which will draw more attention to you, such as saying loud in public places, wearing precious jewelry or showing off too much money. As a solo female traveller, you may attract some unruly characters if your actions draw too much attention.
It’s a good idea for you to be aware of your surroundings and your belongings. If anyone stops you on the street, check to make sure that they do not try to put you off the scent for pickpockets. If you bring a lot of bags with you at the bus station, connect them to each other.
Though there is very slim chance to over drink when you are having Burma tours as there are very few bars and only in big cities in Myanmar. However, if you are dropping in these bars, it is good to know the limit and time to stop. In addition, do not take drinks from people who are strange to you since you never know what might be in it.
Making friends with solo female travellers like you is very useful advice. You should walk in a group, especially in evening.
Women are not allowed to approach some particular parts at a number of religious sites due to some cultural restriction, but they are free to move around it. It is not a problem to have friendly conversations with monks but physically contacting them is prohibited. It is always good to respect one’s cultural and religion and avoid taking inappropriate photos/ posts at the religious places.