Tour Duration

7 Days - 6Nights

Tour Type

Inbound Tours

Tour Detail

Day 1

Hours arrive at Yangon airport in the morning. 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. Then transfer to your hotel for check-in (if early check-in is available). In the afternoon, visit to the reclining Buddha at ChaukHtatGyi Pagoda, is almost as large as the enormous figure in BagoShwethalyaung. Enjoy sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, the ‘heart’ of Buddhist Myanmar. The Pagoda is believed to be 2,500 years old and there are always full with many people praying and making offerings at Shwedagon and especially on Full Mon days and religious days.Anddrive around the Kandawgyi Park and pass through the Karaweik Royal Barge.Dinner will be served in Karaweik Palace Restaurant watching Myanmar Traditional Dances. Accommodationat Hotel in Yangon.

Meals included:Lunch, Dinner

Day 2

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, transfer to Yangon Airport for your domestic flight from Yangon to Bagan. From the airport, start your full day Bagan sightseeing tour with a visit toNyaung U Local Market. Then visit to see the golden stupa of Shwezigon Pagoda, where the 37 pre-Buddhist ‘nets’ were first officially endorsed by the Barmar monarchy. The 12th Century originals were spirited away by a collector and are now reportedly somewhere in Italy. Then visit to Gubyaukgyi Temple, Wetgyi-Inn Village between Bagan and Nyaung-U. It was built in early 13th century, on the model of Maha BodhiZedi. Next stop is Htilominlo situated close to the road between Nyaung U and Bagan, built by king Nantaungmya in 1218 and traces of old murals are also still visible. Take photo around the temples and visit to Lacquer Ware Factory to watch craftsmen skilfullymaking this most famous of Bagan handicrafts.
Then check-In to your hotel. In the afternoon, visit to Ananda Temple, a whitewashed masterpiece of Mon architecture with four standing Buddhas, and the adjacent brick monastery with beautiful, well-preserved 18th century murals. Then visit Nanpaya Temple, built in the Mon style with intricate stone carvings, and said once to have been Manuha’s residence. See the four Buddha images in Manuha Pagoda. Then stop at Myazedi Stupa to see Myanmar’s “Rosetta Stone”, bearing inscriptions written in four languages. Continue to the Myinkaba area and visit Gubyaukgyi Temple, this temple was built in 1113 by Kyansittha’s son Rajakumar, on his father’s death. The fine stuccowork on it exterior walls is in particularly good condition. Enjoy Sunset at ShweSandaw Pagoda (or) Buu Pagoda. Accommodation at hotel, Bagan.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, transfer to Airport for your domestic flight from Bagan to Mandalay. From the airport, drive to Amarapura and visit U-Bein Bridge, which is 1.2km long leak bridge over the TaungThamanLake. Then visit to Mahagandayon Monastery, known as the biggest Buddhist learning Centre in Mandalay to learn the daily life of monks. Visit to the Silk Weaving workshops. Continue visit Mahamuni Pagoda, built by King Bodawpaya in 1784, the centrepiece of the shrine is the highly venerated Mahamunibuddha image, which was transported to Mandalay from Mrauk-U (Rakhine) in 1784. Continue visit to Marble Curving workshops and Gold Leaf Beating workshops. Then check-in to your hotel. In the afternoon, In the afternoon, visit ShwenandawMonastery (Golden Palace Monastery) as a museum, an ancient wooden monastery. The building is covered inside and out with carved panels and which was apartment of King Mindon. Then visit to KuthodawPagoda (also known as the MahaLawkaMarazeinPagoda), the pagoda complex has been dubbed ‘the world’s biggest book’, for standing around the central stupa are 729 marble slabs on which are inscribed the entire Tripitaka. Each slab is housed in its own individual small stupa. Continue to Kyaukdawgyi Pagoda, it is chiefly interesting for the hug seated Buddha image carved from a single block of marble. Enjoy Sunset at Mandalay Hill. Accommodation at Hotel,inMandalay.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, transfer to Mandalay jetty and enjoy boat trip (approx 45 minutes) to Mingun. If you’re lucky you may even spot a pod of rare Irrawaddy dolphins along the river. Arrive Mingun and sightseeing by Bullock-carts. Visit Mingun Bell, weighing 55,555 viss (90) tonnes and the largest hung uncracked bell in the world. Then Visit to Mingun Pagoda, built in 1790 by Bodawpaya with thousands of slaves and prisoners of war laboured. Then continue toHsinbyume Pagoda(Alsoknown as Myatheindan Pagoda), built byKingBagyidaw in 1816 and this stupa was construed in memory of his senior wife, the Hsinpyume Princess. Later return to Mandalay.In the afternoon, transfer to jetty and take the local ferry to visit Innwa (Ava)and sightseeing around Ava by horse-cart. First visit to MahaAungmyeBonznMonastery (Also known as the Ok Kyaung), brick-and-stucco monastery built by Meh Nu, the chief queen of Bagyidaw, for her royal abbot U Po (NyaungganSayadaw) in 1818. Then visit to Nanmyin Watch Tower, 27m high masonry watchtower and climb to the top to enjoy views over the river. Then continue to BagayaKyaung, which dates from 1834 and built of teak and supported by 267 teak posts. Continue to Sagaing and sunset at Sagaing Hill and the hill itself has a number or stupas and monasteries. Accommodation at hotel, Mandalay.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, transfer to Mandalay Airport for your domestic flight from Mandalay to Heho. Transfer from Heho airport to Nyaungshwe on the edge of Inle Lake and board your own local boat to take you to yourhotel.In the afternoon, enjoy your Inle Lake Boat Trip and you will see the lake’s unique “Leg Rowers” – the Intha people row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar. Visit to PhaungDawOo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in the southern Sahan State. Five images, for of which are ferried around the lake during PhaungDaw U Festival (late September/early October – please check with us for exact festival date). Then stalls on the ground floor of the shrine and nearby sell brightly coloured cotton Shan shoulder bags, other local crafts and ‘antiques’. Silk and cotton fabrics are a local speciality, there are over 200 handloom. Continue visit to NgaPheKyaung (Jumping Cat Monastery), wooden monastery on stilts over the lake. Accommodation at hotel, Inle Lake………………………

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner…………

Day 6

Enjoy breakfast at hotel. This morning, leave your hotel by boat and then drive to Heho Airport. Arrive at Yangon Airport and drive to visit Kaba Aye Pagoda (World PeacePagoda), is hollow and inside are some nice Buddhist sculptures. Then continue visit to Mahar ParsanaCave, has six huge concrete pillars and six entrances to mark the Sixth Great Synod. The assembly hall inside is 220 feet in length and 140 feet in width. Then check-into your hotel.In the afternoon, visit to Bogyoke(Scott) Market (closed on Mondays & Public Holidays) and it has the largest selection of Burmese handicrafts. Then visit to Botathaung Pagodaclose to the Yangon Wharves. Before enjoy dinner visit to China Town, where you can fine a lot of gold shops and food stalls where local people enjoy their evening. Accommodation at Hotel, Yangon.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, transfer to Yangon Airport for your departure flight……………………….

Meals included: Breakfast…….