Myanmar- Explore

  • shwedagon
  • soon oo pon nya
  • u bein bridge
  • dhammayangyi
  • dhammayazika
  • inle lake
  • mahabandoola
  • mandalay hill view
  • mingun bell
  • mt popa
Hotel accommodation in twin sharing basic with daily breakfast
All Internal transfers, transportation and sightseeing as per itinerary with private air-conditioned car
Domestic flight ticket for Yangon – Bagan, Bagan-Mandalay, Mandalay – Heho and Heho- Yangon as per itinerary mentioned
Sightseeing in Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Inle Lake and Yangon as per itinerary details
Private boat in Inle Lake and Mingun sightseeing
Experienced English speaking throughout guide service
All Entrances and admission fees
Taxes (Government and Service)
Porter charges at the airport
Complimentary services: Wet tower and purified drinking water during the sightseeing time
Tips and personal expenses
Visa Fees
Travel Insurance
Meals & drinks do not mentioned in the itinerary
Optional tours
Balloons Flight Over Bagan


Day 1: Yangon Arrival & Sightseeing

Arrival Yangon by international flight.
• Meet with your guide at Yangon international Arrival Hall after clearing immigration and custom formalities.
• He or she will welcome you or your group with welcome signboard. From the Airport, start your sightseeing with drive through the Colonial Style Buildings downtown, the Chinatown area and the Indian quarter.
• Photo stop at Sule Pagoda, Mayor’s Hall and M ahabandoola Park.
• Transfer to hotel and check in.
• Evening visit Shwedagon Pagoda rises 326ft (99.3m) above its base. Erected more than 2500 years ago and enshrining eight hairs of Buddha placed in a treasure chamber deep under its base. It is the highest symbol of the people’s devotion to Buddha.
• Overnight at hotel in Yangon.


Day 2: Yangon-Bagan by flight & Sightseeing

• Breakfast at the hotel.
• Transfer to the airport and depart for Bagan by scheduled flight (approx.: 1hr 10 mins flying).
BAGAN – on the banks of the Ayerwaddy River is home to the largest area of Buddhist temples, pagodas, stupas and ruins in the world, many dating to the 11th and 12th century. The shape and construction of each building is highly significant in Buddhism with each component part taking on spiritual meaning.

• Start for highlight sightseeing in Bagan with colorful Nyaung Oo Local market.
Choice will be made out of the 2800 pagodas and temples to visit the most interesting ones in Bagan:
• The day is always finished off by going to one of the larger temples to get an incredible sunset view of the entire area; a truly magical experience.
• Overnight at hotel in Bagan.


Day 3: Bagan Sightseeing

• Breakfast at hotel.
• Start for highlight sightseeing in Bagan.
• Visit Min Nan Thu village and Paya Thonzu worth for seeing its 13th century mural painting, Dhammayazika Pagoda, pentagonal pagoda similar to Shw ezigon with lovely views from its highest terrace and Law Ka Nanda Pagoda with lots of benches for wide open view of the Ayeyarwady River.
• Afternoon, visit Dhamayangyi Temple, huge brick red temple built by King Narathu,
• Sulamani Temple a beautiful majestic structure built by King Narapati Sithu.
• Evening view sunset from Pyathatgyi Temple.
• Overnight at hotel in Bagan.


Day 4: Bagan-Mandalay by flight & Amarapura Sightseeing

• Breakfast at hotel.
• Transfer to the airport and depart for Mandalay by scheduled flight (approx.: 35 mins flying).
• Drive to Amarapura, U Bein Bridge, 1.6km long wooden bridge said to be the longest teak bridge in the world, built over 150 years. The bridge links Amarapura with an island in the middle of Lake Taungthaman, an intermittent body of water which dries up during winter.
• Upon arrival visit to Mahamyatmuni Buddha Image, bronze casting and marble stone cutting craftsmen quarters and gold leaf beaters.
• Afternoon, Visit Ku Tho Daw Pagoda also known as world’s largest book, surrounded by 729 marble slabs inscribed with Buddhist scriptures. Proceed to Golden Palace Monastery, which was once part of the palace complex where King Mindon lived.
• Evening panorama view from Mandalay Hill.
• Overnight at Hotel in Mandalay.


Day 5: Mandalay-Mingun-Sagaing Sightseeing

• Breakfast at hotel.
• Drive to jetty. Take a boat trip about 1 hr to Mingune, located on the western bank of the Ayeyarwady River.
• Arrive Mingune, visit huge unfinished Mingun Pagoda built between 1790 and 1797 which was split by earthquake in 1838. It is possibly the world’s largest pile of bricks.
• World’s largest working bell of 87 tons cast in 1808 by Bodawpaya.
• Mya Thein Tan pagoda an image of Sulamani Pagoda at the peak of Mount Meru in Tavatimsa plane of nats.
• In Sagaing visit Soon Oo Ponya Shin Pagoda, perched on the highest hill which offers panoramic views of the valleys and wide Ayeyarwady River.
• After visit to U Min Thonze (Hall of thirty Buddhas).
• Overnight at hotel in Mandalay.


Day 6: Mandalay-Heho by flight & Inle Lake Sightseeing

• Breakfast at hotel.
• Transfer to the airport and depart for Heho by scheduled flight (approx.: 35 mins flying).
• Sightseeing by boat on the beautiful Inle Lake second largest lake in Myanmar stretches 11 miles (17.7 km) home to Inthar national race, many of whom live in stilted houses built over the water.
• On the boat trip you will visit floating villages and floating gardens, lotus stems weaving.
• You can also see Inthar technique of leg-rowing where one leg is wrapped around the paddle to drive the boat and also their traditional way of fishing.
• Visit the famous Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda.
• Overnight at Hotel in Inle Lake.


Day 7: Inle Lake-Indein-Inle Lake

• Breakfast at hotel.
• Explore one of the local 5-day markets, as we easily called, are well-known visit around the lake. The markets are rotating among the villages in regular order – one village becomes the host of the market every 5th day. By visiting 5-day markets, you will get insight into the life-style of the ethnic Pa-O, Danu and Intha inhabitants who came to these markets to sell their goods. The visit to such markets is thus subject to market day calendar and the location of the host village.
• Take enjoyable boat ride through irrigation canals to Indein pagoda complex- an archaeological site worthy to visit hundreds of Shan style ruined pagoda standing on a slope of the hill.
• Some of the pagodas dated back to 17th and 18th centuries.
• NOTE: The visit to such markets is thus subject to market day calendar and the location of the host village.
• Overnight at hotel, Inle Lake.


Day 8: Inle Lake-Heho-Yangon by flight & Sightseeing

• Breakfast at hotel.
• Transfer to the airport and depart for Yangon by scheduled flight (approx.: 1hrs 10 mins flying).
• Upon arrival, Visit reclining Buddha at ChaukHtatGyi Pagoda, is almost as large as the enormous figure in Bago Shwethalyaung.
• Visit to Bogyoke (Scott) Market (closed on every Mondays & Public Holidays) and it has the largest selection of Burmese handicrafts.
• Before enjoy dinner visit to China Town, where you can find a lot of gold shops and food stalls where local people enjoy their evening.
• Overnight at hotel in Yangon


Day 9: Yangon Departure

• Breakfast at hotel.
• Free and Leisure at hotel until departure time.
• Transfer to airport and depart for home country by international flight.

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