Interesting Myanmar (3 Days/2 Nights)

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Yangon – Hpa an (By Private car)  (B/-/-)


Hpa an – Mawlamyine (By Private car)     (B/-/-)


Mawlamyine – Yangon (By Private car)   (B/-/-)

Price Includes

  • Hotel accommodation with Twins sharing room based on (including breakfast)
  • Transfer and transportation air-conditioned Vehicle with driver service
  • English Speaking Guide
  • 1 bottle drinking water and snow towel per person per day
  • Entrance fees
  • Belu Kyun public boat

Price Excludes

  • Personal expense (tip, phone call, laundry service, beverages and etc.,)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Meals
  • Services not mentioned above
  • Drinks & beverage
  • Tips (guide & driver)


Our driver will pick you up from your hotel located and drive to Hpa-An (~ 6 hr), capital of Karen state.
On the way, have a breakfast at a local tea shop.
Visit Kawgun cave which enclosed over thousands of Buddha statues made of terracotta stuck on the interior wall and some images in brick inside on the way.
Visit Yathaypyan Cave, which contains several pagodas as well as a few more clay wall carvings.
Arrive in Hpa An and check in at the hotel. After refreshment, visit to Shwe Yin Hmyaw Pagoda, Kyaunk Kalap; the column or rock, standing sheer out of a lake makes this monastery, pagoda and Nat shrine one of the most photographed spots in all Kayin State.
Visit the stunning Sadan Cave, which opens into a gigantic cavern filled with Buddhas and pagodas and can be walked all the way through to the other side, under the mountain. It is truly impressive, and returning you can take a small wooden ferry back under the mountain making for a lovely circuit.
Visit Kawtkathaung cave, Lumbini Garden and Bayin Nyi Cave was known as the Bingyi Caves in the colonial literature. Temple & Oertel visted the cave in April 1892. Temple described the location as “on the Dondami River, 51 miles from Maulmain, and 15 miles from Thaton”. There is hot spring and enjoy it.

Overnight at hotel in Hpa an.
Meals: Breakfast at tea shop, Lunch and dinner are your own cost.


After the breakfast, visit Hpa An Market.
On the way, visit Chit Thu Myaing park.
Afterwards, continue drive to Kyaikkami Yele Paya which is a metal-roofed Buddhist shrine complex perched over the sea and reached via a long two-level causeway; the tower level is submerged during high tide.
Visit Death Railway Museum which was known as the Death Railway due to the many prisoners of war who died constructing the 415 km long line for the Japanese Imperial Army. The line started from Nong Pladuk in Thailand, over the Mae Klong river (which was later renamed River Kwai in 1960) 5 km north of Kanchanaburi, through Payathounzu (Three Pagoda Pass) on the Thailand-Myanmar border and then headed northwest to Thanbyuzayat over rough and rugged terrain. Only 112 km of line ran within the boundaries of Burma.
Visit Wein Sein Tawya, the world’s largest reclining Buddha (~200 m) and its overview scenery. In the afternoon, you’ll be check-in at hotel in Mawlamyine, the capital of Mon State with a population of almost 300,000 people. Formerly known as Moulmein, it was once a thriving teak port and the administrative capital of British in Lower Burma.

Overnight at hotel in Mawlamyine.
Meals: Breakfast at hotel, Lunch and dinner are your own cost.


After breakfast at the hotel, visit to the Mawlamyine Market to observe the trading of local products.
Visit Kyaikthanlan pagoda on the eastern ridge of town which is thought to be the setting where Rudyard Kipling wrote his famous poem, ‘The Road to Mandalay’, Queen Sein Don Monastery for its fine carvings and View Point.
Visit Belu Island by boat (~ 1hr) which is known locally as Ogre Island. You can learn the local handicraft displays can provide a handy framework such as rubber band making, bamboo hat fabrication, brick-making factory, tobacco pipes, cheroots, walking sticks, weaving and old fashioned slate writing boards.
Visit Thahtone Shwe Sayan Pagoda which was built by King Thuriya Sanda. and believed to have enshrined eight hair relics of Kakusana Buddha. the staff of Gonaguna Buddha. the emerald alms bowl of Kassapa Buddha and four tooth relics of Gautama Buddha, Kyaikmaraw Pagoda which is the main Buddha image sits in the position of the legs hanging down as if sitting on a chair and was the temple built by Queen Shin Saw Pu in 1455 in the late Mon regional style and Kyaikpawlaw Pagoda.
Proceed to Yangon.

Meals: Breakfast at hotel, Lunch and dinner are your own cost.

Pls inform us to provide an extra bed for triple sharing room.