Wonderful Myanmar (8 Days/7 Nights)

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Tour Brief




Yangon Arrival and Yangon Sightseeing (By Private Car)  (-/-/-)


Yangon-Golden Rock-Yangon (By Private Car)     (B/-/-)


Yangon – Bagan (By Flight) (B/-/-)


Bagan Full Day Sightseeing (By Private Car)   (B/-/-)


Bagan – Pakokku – Monywa (By Boat & Car) (B/-/-)


Monywa – Mandalay (By Private Car)             (B/-/-)


Mandalay – Ava – Sagaing – Amarapura (By Private Car)  (B/-/-)


Departure                             (B/-/-)


Price Includes

  • 7 nights accommodation with twin/double sharing used including daily breakfast
  • Transfer and transportation air-conditioned Vehicle with driver service
  • 1 domestic flight : Yangon - Bagan
  • English language speaking guide service (Others languages upon requested)
  • Horse cart in Bagan & Inwa (~1 hr)
  • Open Truck
  • Private boat : Bagan - Pakokku
  • Entrance fees
  • 1 bottle drinking water and snow towel per person per day
  • Welcoming arrival gifts
  • We will provide 1 tour leader FOC if your group is 15 Pax & above

Price Excludes

  • International air fare
  • International departure Airport tax
  • Personal expense (tip, phone call, laundry service, beverages and etc.,)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Meals
  • Drinks & beverage
  • Visa
  • Tips (guide & driver)
  • Compulsory dinner (X'mas & New Year Eve)
  • Services not mentioned above

Day 1Yangon Arrival and Yangon Sightseeing (By Private Car)

Arrival Yangon by international flight.
Meeting with your professional guide and assistance on arrival and go to have a lunch.
Visit Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha Image which is 230ft (70 m) long in the pose of rest, the head is lifted up by the right arm bent at the elbow.

Chaukhtatgyi Buddha Templeis the most well-known Buddhist temple. It houses one of the most revered reclining Buddha images in the country.The Buddha image is 66 metres (217 ft) long, and one of the largest in Burma.

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.

The Shwedagon Pagoda is also known as the Great Dagon Pagoda and the Golden Pagoda, is a gilded stupa and the 326-foot-tall (99 m) pagoda is situated on Singuttara Hill, to the west of Kandawgyi Lake, and dominates the Yangon skyline. It is the most sacred Buddhist pagoda in Myanmar, as it is believed to contain relics of the four previous Buddhas of the present kalpa. These relics include the staff of Kakusandha, the water filter of Koāgamana, a piece of the robe of Kassapa, and eight strands of hair from the head of Gautama.

Overnight at Hotel in Yangon.
Meals: Lunch and Dinner are your own cost.

Day 2Yangon-Golden Rock-Yangon (By Private Car)

Breakfast at hotel.
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Golden Rock via Bago (drive about 1 ½ hours) ancient capital of Mon Kingdom of 13th to 16th centuries, about 40 miles (65km) north of Yangon.

Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, also known as Golden Rock, is a well-known Buddhist pilgrimage site in Mon State, Burma. It is a small pagoda (7.3 metres (24 ft)) built on the top of a granite boulder covered with gold leaves pasted on by its male devotees.According to legend, the Golden Rock itself is precariously perched on a strand of the Buddha’s hair. The balancing rock seems to defy gravity, as it perpetually appears to be on the verge of rolling down the hill. The rock and the pagoda are at the top of Mt. Kyaiktiyo. Another legend states that a Buddhist priest impressed the celestial king with his asceticism and the celestial king used his supernatural powers to carry the rock to its current place, specifically choosing the rock as the resemblance to the monks head. It is the third most important Buddhist pilgrimage site in Burma after the Shwedagon Pagoda and the Mahamuni Pagoda.

Continue to Golden Rock and take an open truck at Kinpun Base Camp for ascending to reach the hill top. Then, take a short walk to reach Golden Rock pagoda platform. Golden Rock Pagoda is a small spire of 18ft (5.5m) believed to enshrine a hair relic of Buddha. It is set a top a huge boulder which in turn is balanced on the edge of a cliff.
Tour around the pagoda platform and surroundings, market place and other interesting sites.
Take an open truck again for descending back to Kinpun base camp.
Drive back to Yangon.

Overnight at hotel in Yangon.
Meals: Lunch and Dinner are your own cost.

Day 3Yangon – Bagan (By Flight)

Breakfast at hotel.
An awaiting car will take you to the airport for the flight to Bagan.

Bagan is an ancient city located in the Mandalay Region of Myanmar. From the 9th to 13th centuries, the city was the capital of the Pagan Kingdom, the first kingdom that unified the regions that would later constitute modern Myanmar. During the kingdom’s height between the 11th and 13th centuries, over 10,000 Buddhist temples, pagodas and monasteries were constructed in the Bagan plains alone, of which the remains of over 2,200 temples and pagodas still survive to the present day.The Bagan Archaeological Zone is a main attraction for the country’s nascent tourism industry. It is seen by many as equal in attraction to Angkor Wat in Cambodia.

When you arrive in Bagan, you check-in at your hotel and visit the colorful Nyaung U Market, Shwezigon Pagoda, a circular pagoda fully covered with gold leaf coating. You walk around the outside of this bell shaped pagoda and take some beautiful photos.

The Shwezigon Pagoda is a Buddhist temple located in Nyaung-U, a town near Bagan, in Myanmar. A prototype of Burmese stupas, it consists of a circular gold leaf-gilded stupa surrounded by smaller temples and shrines. Construction of the Shwezigon Pagoda began during the reign of King Anawrahta (r. 1044–77), who was the founder of the Pagan Dynasty, in 1059–1060 and was completed in 1102 AD, during the reign of his son King Kyansittha. This pagoda, a Buddhist religious place, is believed to enshrine a bone and tooth of Gautama Buddha. There are footprints below the four standing Buddha statues here.

Then, visit the magnificent Ananda Temple, Ananda Okyaung, a Lacquer-ware workshops and the massive Dhamayangyi Temple.

Dhamayangyi Temple is the Largest of all the temples in Bagan and the widest temple in Bagan. Burmese chronicles state that while the construction of the temple was in the process, the king was assassinated by some Indians and thus the temple was not completed.The temple’s interior is bricked up for unknown reasons, thus only the four porches and the outer corridors are accessible.

Enjoy the sunset by riding horse cart.

Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
Meals: Lunch and Dinner are your own cost.

Day 4Bagan Full Day Sightseeing (By Private Car)

Breakfast at hotel.
Visit Sat Sat Yo village where we can see topknot style of Myanmar children known as Sanyitwine.

Sat Sat Yo Village is famous for its’ unique hair style which is unlikely to no one. That Village is famous for its’ unique hair style which is unlikely to no one. The children in the village are the last in the country to sport the ancient hairstyle ‘Satyitwine’ which is like a topknot on the head. The village is charming and the residents monks very welcoming. The villagers harvest sesame seeds in the surrrounding fields and and it is great to experience a truly rural community.

Visit Kyansitthar U Min, Wetkyi-in Gubyaukkyi Temple (an Indian style spire), Sulamani Temple and Thatbyinyu Temple (known for its great height), Myinkaba Gubyaukkyi Temple, Manuha Temple and Nanphaya Temple, a village to observe local village life.

Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
Meals: Lunch and Dinner are your own cost.

Day 5Bagan – Pakokku – Monywa (By Boat & Car)

Breakfast at hotel.
Leave from Bagan Hotel and embarking on board of a private boat (~ 2 hr), while crossing picturesque landscapes until Pakokku.
Visit to Pakokku. Pakokku is a friendly town famed for its, TABACCO, THANAKHAR, LEATHER SLIPPER, JOSS and local SCHROOT or CIGAR all made by the local villagers.
On the way to Monywa, are the remains of PAKHANGYI region. There is PAKHANGYI KYAUNG, built 19th century AD with 332 teak wood pillars. It is one of the most ancient wooden Monasteries in Myanmar.
In Monywa, visit Bodhi Tataung, it means 1000 Bayen Trees or Bodhi Trees around the temple. This is one of the Biggest standing Buddha images (130 M) in Myanmar.

Overnight at Hotel in Monywa.
Meals: Lunch and Dinner are your own cost.

Day 6Monywa – Mandalay (By Private Car)

Breakfast at hotel.
You check-out from hotel and visit Monywa market, Thanboddhay Paya, Hpo Win Daung Cave, which is famous with 492 Buddha chambers. Those chambers were carved into a limestone hillside between 14th century 18th centuries. Some murals are well preserved inside the limestone cave.
Then travel to Mandalay (~3hr) and check-in Hotel in the late afternoon.

Overnight at Hotel in Mandalay.
Meals: Lunch and Dinner are your own cost.

Day 7Mandalay – Ava – Sagaing – Amarapura (By Private Car)

Breakfast at hotel.
Drive to Ava. You’ll be there taken by a local boat (~10 min) and a horse cart for sightseeing around Inwa that would last hardly 3 hours.

Inwa or Ava is an ancient imperial capital of successive Burmese kingdoms from the 14th to 19th centuries. Throughout history, it was sacked and rebuilt numerous times. Though only a few traces of its former grandeur remain today, the former capital is a popular day-trip tourist destination from Mandalay.

Visit will be made to Bagaya Monastery that is a Buddhist monastery built on the southwest of Inwa Palace and one of the famous tourists attractions, Mainu Brick Monastery and old watchtower.
Then, drive to Sagaing, considered by Myanmar Buddhists to be the holiest site in the country and visit to Sagaing Hill.

Sagaing, 20 km to the south-west of Mandalay on the opposite bank of the river, numerous Buddhist monasteries is an important religious and monastic centre. The pagodas and monasteries crowd the numerous hills along the ridge running parallel to the river. The central pagoda, Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda, is connected by a set of covered staircases that run up the 240 m hill.

We will end the day by watching a beautiful sunset at U Bein, a crossing that spans the Taungthaman Lake and the oldest and longest teakwood bridge in the world.

Overnight at Hotel in Mandalay.
Meals: Lunch and Dinner are your own cost.

Day 8Departure

Breakfast at hotel.
Transfer to the airport for your departure.

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