Delights of Myanmar

Route: Yangon – Mandalay – Bagan – Yangon

Category: INTERNATIONAL

7 Days From: Sept. 30, 2016   To: Dec. 31, 2020
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Route: Yangon – Mandalay – Bagan – Yangon

 

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day by day breakup

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Day 01: Yangon Arrival (Welcome Dinner)

 

 

Welcome ! Mingalarbar ! On arrivalat the Yangon airport, youwillbewelcomed and transfer to yourhotel for relaxing.

Enjoy an introductory tour of Yangon with a guidedwalkthroughfaded colonial buildings, exotic open markets and China town. The highlight of thiseveningwillbeyourdinnerwith cultural dance in Karaweiklake.

 

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Day 02: Yangon – Mandalay (Flight)

 

After breakfast athotel, take a drive to airport for the flight to Mandalay. Start your tour of Mandalay from Mahamuni pagoda, home to one of the most reverted Buddha images in Myanmar. Our next stop will be kalaga tapestry production and wood carving workshops, the two famous traditional works with products well known national wide. This afternoon, we experience the world record of World`s biggest book engraved in 729 stone slabs in Kuthodaw pagoda then proceeding to Shwenandaw Monastery, the only building of the Royal Palace from 19th century.

Today`s highlight is the grand sunset over the large land of Mandalay from Mandalay

Hill.

 

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Day 03: Mandalay – Mingun – Ubein Bridge

 

After breakfast, embark a private boat upsteam Ayeyarwaddy River to visit Mingun, an former capital in 18th century. The sightseeing includes King Bodawpaya’s unfinished temple and the mighty Mingun Bell, considered to be the world’s largest un-damaged bell. Just a few step from the riverbank, there appears the enchanting Hsinbyume

Pagoda, with its crisp white wave-like roof set perfectly against the deep blue sky above.

This afternoon, excursion to Amarapura ancient capital built by King Bodawpaya in

1783. The major attraction of this areas are royal tomb, ancient royal palace, the Kyauktawgyi Pagoda and the Maha Gandhayon monastery. The highlighted experience is a pleasant walk along Ubein, the longest teakwood bridge in the world.

 

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Day 04: Mandalay – Bagan (Cruise)

 

Embarkation time from Jetty (Mandalay). Welcome Drink and briefing. Cruising downstream to Bagan.

Arrive Bagan in the evening. Transfer to Hotel. Upon arrival to Bagan, visit around bagan to see sunset.

 

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Day 05: Bagan Sightseeing

 

Breakfast at your hotel then start your exploration of Bagan by the NyaungOo Market where dozens of vendors come to sell their fresh produce and products. The market is at its busiest early in the morning as the locals come to do their shopping. This is a great opportunity to observe the daily lifestyle of the friendly locals.

Our next stop will be the glittering Shwezigon Pagoda, a prototype of later Myanmar stupas.Your guide today will show you the uniqueness of Jataks mural paintings in WetkyiInGubyaukgyi caved temple while in Htilominlo temple, you will discover the fine plaster carvings and glazed sandstone decorations.

The remainder of the days will be spent on discovering the traditional work of making famous Bagan lacquer wares before unwind on a traditional boat for sunset by the river of Irrawaddy.

 

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Day 06: Bagan – Yangon (Flight)

 

After breakfast, continue your Bagan discovery on a horse cart which leads you to

Ananda temple, an architectural masterpiece of the early-style temple, then

AnandaOkkyaung is one of the few surviving brick monasteries from the early Bagan period.

You are invited to participate the farm work in Manuha village and observe local villagers distill peanut oil, creating Bagan city.

Taking the flight back to Yangon. Transfer to your hotel.

 

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Day 07: Yangon departure

 

On the way to Yangon airport, our tour guide will take you to the biggest Marble Buddha statue pagoda.

Depart from Yangon with our souvenirs.

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