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Classic Tour

Tour Code : Classic Tour ( A )  

Tour Sites : Yangon – Bagan – Mandalay – Mingun – Ava – Mandalay –Inle– Yangon

Duration : 8 Days / 7 Nights in Myanmar

Remark : Recommend for the whole year round

Price : REQUEST

Day.01 Arrival Yangon

Upon arrival at Yangon international airport, you will be welcomed by our Tour guide and transferred to your hotel. Your journey begins with an afternoon tour through Yangon’s colonial-style city center. Visit Sule Pagoda, dating back over 2,000 years ago, enjoy “High Tea” at the Stand Hotel built in 1896, once described as the "leading hotel of the East" and proceed to Botataung Pagoda, where sacred hair relic of Lord Buddha is enshrined in it. And visit the magnificent reclining Buddha Chauk Htat Kyi. Complete your first day in Myanmar with a visit to one of the world’s most spectacular monuments, the Shwedagon Pagoda.
Overnight in Yangon.

 

 

Day.02 Yangon - Bagan (BY MORNING FLIGHT)

After Breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Bagan. Upon arrival at Bagan, a stroll through the colorful local market and full day sightseeing tour of Bagan with a diverse selection of the most important pagodas and temples, such as Shwezigon Pagoda, built by King Anawrahta in the early 11th century as a religious shrine; the Gu Byauk Gyi Temple, a temple with exquisite murals of Jataka scenes; and the Shwe Gu Gyi Temple, noted for its fine stucco carvings and panoramic views of the area’s many monuments. In the afternoon, visit one of Myanmar’s and Bagan’s most famous lacquer ware workshops, and see craftsmen, in Myinkaba village. You will continue to Manuha Temple, built in Mon style in 1059; Nanbaya Temple, a unique sandstone monument and according to legends a former palace site of King Manuha. Next you will explore the UNESCO protected Myingaba Gu Byauk Gyi Temple, a temple known for its mural paintings. Complete the day by watching sunset over the majestic Ayeyarwaddy River from a temple top.
Overnight in Bagan.

 

Day.03 Bagan Sightseeing

After Breakfast, half-day sightseeing by horse carriage along the ancient pagodas and Temples. Visit to Anada Temple, an architectural masterpieces resembling of a Greek cross and Anada Okkyaung, a brick monastery with 18th Century mural paintings. Visit the massive Dhammayangyi Temple noted for its remarkable brickwork. In the afternoon, visit the Dhammayazika Pagoda in Pwasaw village, built in 1196 by Narapatisithu and also sightseeing to Minnanthu Village area, Laymyethna Pagoda & Monastery, the oldest monastery in Bagan in 13 century, Payathonezu Temple, with the colorful paintings, Nandapinnya Temple and Tayokepyay Temple, noted for its plaster carvings and where one can enjoy the panoramic view from the top of the temple.
Overnight in Bagan.

 

Day.04 Bagan – Mandalay (BY MORNING FLIGHT)

After Breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival at Mandalay, direct drive to Amarapura the “City of Immortals” and visit the 150 year old Mahagandayon monastery, and famous Buddhist learning center. It is home to a thousand monks, who will form a procession as they go to take their noon and final meal of the day. And visit the venerable Mahamuni Pagoda and Myanmar traditional handicraft workshops such as marble works, wood carving, gold leaf making and tapestry works. In the afternoon, visit the Golden Palace Monastery, a superb example of a traditional wood work, Atumashi Monastery, the "Incomparable Monastery", the Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world's Biggest Book for its stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures and sunset on Mandalay Hill, a vantage-point for panoramic view of the city.
Overnight in Mandalay.

 

Day.05 Mandalay – Mingun – Ava – Mandalay

After breakfast, an excursion by boat on the Ayeyarwaddy River to Mingun, about 11 km (1 hour) upriver from Mandalay. Visit the unfinished Mingun Paya, which was meant to become the largest stupa in Myanmar constructed by King Bodaw Paya one of the world’s largest bells; the 90 ton weighing Mingun Bell and Hsinbyume Paya. Return back to Mandalay. After lunch, embark for a short boat ride over a river and explore the former Royal Capital Inwa (Ava) by horse cart. Visit Nanmyint Watch Tower, the remains of the ancient palace building, also known as “the leaning tower of Ava“; Maha Aungnye Bonzan Monastery, built of brick and stucco; Bargayar Monastery, famous for its impressive ornate woodcarvings and teak posts. Continue to 200-year-old U Bein teak bridge, built in 1782 during the era when Amarapura was the Royal capital for sunset viewing.
Overnight in Mandalay.

Day.06 Mandalay - Heho – Inle (BY MORNING FLIGHT)

After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight to Heho. Upon arrival at Heho airport, proceed by road to Nyaung Shwe and continue by boat to your hotel. In the afternoon, take a boat excursion on Inle Lake (25 km) famous for its unique one-leg rowers, typical floating gardens, local methods of fishing and village life and the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, one of the most sacred shrines in Myanmar, dating back to the 18th century and visit Silversmith workshop in Ywama village. And continue to Nga Phe Chaung monastery, the biggest and oldest monastery around Inle.
Overnight in Inle Lake.

 

Day.07 Inle- Heho – Yangon (BY MORNING FLIGHT)

After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight back to Yangon. Upon arrival at Yangon, transfer to your hotel and take a small rest. In the afternoon, visit the Scotts Market, a compound of hundreds of food, clothes, handicrafts and gems stores. Then proceed to the royal lake to take the photo, where you can see the restaurant in very unique shape of legendary bird called Karaweik which is believed to possess the mellifluous voice, actually this is the form of the barge used by the kings when they made the revering trip along the Ayeyarwaddy River. Enjoy the dinner at this restaurant with Culture show.
Overnight in Yangon.

 

 

Day. 08 Yangon Departure ( BY MORNING FLIGHT )

Breakfast at hotel. At leisure until transfer to the airport for your international departure flight.


Tour Code : Classic Tour ( B )  

Tour Sites : Yangon – Inle – Indein - Inle – Mandalay – Mingun – Ava- Amarapura – Mandalay – Bagan– Yangon

Duration : 9 Days /  8  Nights in Myanmar

Remark : Recommend for the whole year round

Price : REQUEST

 
Day.01 Arrival Yangon

Upon arrival at Yangon international airport, you will be welcomed by our Tour guide and transferred to your hotel. Your journey begins with an afternoon tour through Yangon’s colonial-style city center. Visit Sule Pagoda, dating back over 2,000 years ago, enjoy “High Tea” at the Stand Hotel built in 1896, once described as the "leading hotel of the East" and proceed to Botataung Pagoda, where sacred hair relic of Lord Buddha is enshrined in it. And visit the magnificent reclining Buddha Chauk Htat Kyi. Complete your first day in Myanmar with a visit to one of the world’s most spectacular monuments, the Shwedagon Pagoda.
Overnight in Yangon.

 

 

Day.02 Yangon – Heho – Inle ( BY MORNING FLIGHT )

After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight to Heho. Upon arrival at Heho airport, proceed by road to Nyaung Shwe and continue by boat to your hotel. In the afternoon, take a boat excursion on Inle Lake (25 km) famous for its unique one-leg rowers, typical floating gardens, local methods of fishing and village life and the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, one of the most sacred shrines in Myanmar, dating back to the 18th century and visit Silversmith workshop in Ywama village. And continue to Nga Phe Chaung monastery, the biggest and oldest monastery around Inle.
Overnight in Inle Lake.

 

Day.03 Inle – Indein - Inle

After breakfast, visit the local market in the Inle Lake region (Remark : on market days only) where one can see several hill tribes selling and buying fresh vegetables and regional products. And proceed to the Western Shore of Inle Lake, where you will find the beginning of a stair path leading to the well hidden Indein Pagoda complex. In the afternoon, visit the Inn Paw Khone village to see the silk weaving works and lotus weaving works. Then, visit to Blacksmith works and Boat-making workshop.
Overnight in Inle Lake.

 

 

 

Day. 04 Inle –Heho - Mandalay (BY AFTERNOON FLIGHT)

After Breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival at Mandalay, direct visit the venerable Mahamuni Pagoda, Myanmar traditional handicraft workshops such as marble works, wood carving, gold leaf making and tapestry works. In the afternoon, visit the Golden Palace Monastery, a superb example of a traditional wood work, Atumashi Monastery, the "Incomparable Monastery", the Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world's Biggest Book for its stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures and sunset on Mandalay Hill, a vantage-point for panoramic view of the city.
Overnight in Mandalay.

 

 

Day. 05 Mandalay – Mingun – Ava – Mandalay

After breakfast, an excursion by boat on the Ayeyarwaddy River to Mingun, about 11 km (1 hour) upriver from Mandalay. Visit the unfinished Mingun Paya, which was meant to become the largest stupa in Myanmar constructed by King Bodaw Paya one of the world’s largest bells; the 90 ton weighing Mingun Bell and Hsinbyume Paya. Return back to Mandalay. After lunch, embark for a short boat ride over a river and explore the former Royal Capital Inwa (Ava) by horse cart. Visit Nanmyint Watch Tower, the remains of the ancient palace building, also known as “the leaning tower of Ava“; Maha Aungnye Bonzan Monastery, built of brick and stucco; Bargayar Monastery, famous for its impressive ornate woodcarvings and teak posts. Continue to 200-year-old U Bein teak bridge, built in 1782 during the era when Amarapura was the Royal capital for sunset viewing.
Overnight in Mandalay.

 

Day. 06 Mandalay – Bagan (BY MORNING FLIGH)

After Breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Bagan. Upon arrival at Bagan, a stroll through the colorful local market and full day sightseeing tour of Bagan with a diverse selection of the most important pagodas and temples, such as Shwezigon Pagoda, built by King Anawrahta in the early 11th century as a religious shrine; the Gu Byauk Gyi Temple, a temple with exquisite murals of Jataka scenes; and the Shwe Gu Gyi Temple, noted for its fine stucco carvings and panoramic views of the area’s many monuments. In the afternoon, visit one of Myanmar’s and Bagan’s most famous lacquer ware workshops, and see craftsmen, in Myinkaba village. You will continue to Manuha Temple, built in Mon style in 1059; Nanbaya Temple, a unique sandstone monument and according to legends a former palace site of King Manuha. Next you will explore the UNESCO protected Myingaba Gu Byauk Gyi Temple, a temple known for its mural paintings. Complete the day by watching sunset over the majestic Ayeyarwaddy River from a temple top.
Overnight in Bagan.

 

Day.07 Bagan – Popa – Bagan Sightseeing

After Breakfast, drive to Mt. Popa (appr. 1 hrs drive). On the way visit some villages and watch the collection of juice from the palm trees, and its conversion into palm sugar. Visit the great extinct volcano. Rising out of the shimmering heat, the solitary volcanic crag of Mt. Popa is home to Myanmar's most powerful " nats ". Visit the Nat Museum with its life-sized statues of the 37 Nat Gods. Walk up the steps to the stupas and shrines that top the hill above the museum, seeing many pilgrims along the way. After lunch, return back to Bagan. In the afternoon, half-day sightseeing by horse carriage along the ancient pagodas and Temples. Visit to Ananda Temple, an architectural masterpieces resembling of a Greek cross and Ananda Okkyaung, a brick monastery with 18th Century mural paintings. Visit the massive Dhammayangyi Temple noted for its remarkable brickwork. Enjoy the sunset from Shwe San Daw Pagoda.
Overnight in Bagan.

 

Day.08 Bagan – Yangon (BY MORNING FLIGHT)

After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight back to Yangon. Upon arrival at Yangon, transfer to your hotel and take a small rest. In the afternoon, visit the Scotts Market, a compound of hundreds of food, clothes, handicrafts and gems stores. Then proceed to the royal lake to take the photo, where you can see the restaurant in very unique shape of legendary bird called Karaweik which is believed to possess the mellifluous voice, actually this is the form of the barge used by the kings when they made the revering trip along the Ayeyarwaddy River. Enjoy the dinner at this restaurant with Culture show.
Overnight in Yangon.

 

 

Day.10 Yangon Departure (BY MORNING FLIGHT)

Breakfast at the hotel. At leisure until transfer to the airport for your international departure flight.


Tour Code : Classic Tour ( C )  

Tour Sites : Yangon – Inle – Indein - Inle – Mandalay – Mingun – Sagaing – Mandalay – Bagan – Mt.Popa – Bagan – Yangon

Duration : 10 Days / 9 Nights in Myanmar

Remark : Recommend for the whole year round

Price : REQUEST

Day.01 Arrival Yangon

Upon arrival at Yangon international airport, you will be welcomed by our Tour guide and transferred to your hotel. Your journey begins with an afternoon tour through Yangon’s colonial-style city center. Visit Sule Pagoda, dating back over 2,000 years ago, enjoy “High Tea” at the Stand Hotel built in 1896, once described as the "leading hotel of the East" and proceed to Botataung Pagoda, where sacred hair relic of Lord Buddha is enshrined in it. And visit the magnificent reclining Buddha Chauk Htat Kyi. Complete your first day in Myanmar with a visit to one of the world’s most spectacular monuments, the Shwedagon Pagoda.
Overnight in Yangon.

 

 

Day.02 Yangon – Heho – Inle (BY MORNING FLIGHT)

After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight to HEHO. Upon arrival at Heho airport, proceed by road to Nyaung Shwe and continue by boat to your hotel. In the afternoon, take a boat excursion on Inle Lake (25 km) famous for its unique one-leg rowers, typical floating gardens, local methods of fishing and village life and the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, one of the most sacred shrines in Myanmar, dating back to the 18th century and visit Silversmith workshop in Ywama village. And continue to Nga Phe Chaung monastery, the biggest and oldest monastery around Inle.
Overnight in Inle Lake.

 

Day.03 Inle – Indein - Inle

After breakfast, visit the local market in the Inle Lake region (Remark : on market days only) where one can see several hill tribes selling and buying fresh vegetables and regional products. And proceed to the Western Shore of Inle Lake, where you will find the beginning of a stair path leading to the well hidden Indein Pagoda complex. In the afternoon, visit the Inn Paw Khone village to see the silk weaving works and lotus weaving works. Then, visit to Blacksmith works and Boat-making workshop.
Overnight in Inle Lake.

 

 

 

Day. 04 Inle –Heho - Mandalay (BY AFTERNOON FLIGHT)

After Breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival at Mandalay, direct visit to the venerable Mahamuni Pagoda, Myanmar traditional handicraft workshops such as marble works, wood carving, gold leaf making and tapestry works. In the afternoon, visit the Golden Palace Monastery, a superb example of a traditional wood work, Atumashi Monastery, the "Incomparable Monastery", the Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world's Biggest Book for its stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures and sunset on Mandalay Hill, a vantage-point for panoramic view of the city.
Overnight in Mandalay.

 

Day. 05 Mandalay – Mingun – Sagaing – Mandalay

After breakfast, an excursion by boat on the Ayeyarwaddy River to Mingun, about 11 km (1 hour) upriver from Mandalay. Visit the unfinished Mingun Paya, which was meant to become the largest stupa in Myanmar constructed by King Bodaw Paya one of the world’s largest bells; the 90 ton weighing Mingun Bell and Hsinbyume Paya. Return back to Mandalay. After lunch drive over Ava Bridge to Sagaing, 21 km southwest of Mandalay and visit the Sagaing Hills, a retreat for Buddhist devotees with numerous Pagodas, monasteries and nunneries. Tour sightseeing includes Silver Smith workshop, Khaungmudaw, an enormous solid dome shaped pagoda and Umin Thounzeh caves, containing 45 Buddha images and Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda built in 1312. Afterwards continue to 200-year-old U Bein teak bridge, built in 1782 during the era when Amarapura was the Royal capital for sunset viewing.
Overnight in Mandalay.

 

Day.06 Mandalay – Bagan (BY BOAT)

After Breakfast, transfer to the jetty for a boat trip to Bagan. As its sails southwards, the riverboat passes many villages offering a glimpse into the way of life along the Ayeyarwaddy River. The trip takes approx. 9 hour downriver, depending on river conditions and water level. Upon arrival to Bagan, transfer to your hotel.
Overnight in Bagan.

 

Day.07 Bagan Sightseeing

After Breakfast, a stroll through the colorful local market and full day sightseeing tour of Bagan with a diverse selection of the most important pagodas and temples, such as Shwezigon Pagoda, built by King Anawrahta in the early 11th century as a religious shrine; the Gu Byauk Gyi Temple, a temple with exquisite murals of Jataka scenes; and the Shwe Gu Gyi Temple, noted for its fine stucco carvings and panoramic views of the area’s many monuments. In the afternoon, visit one of Myanmar’s and Bagan’s most famous lacquer ware workshops, and see craftsmen, in Myinkaba village. You will continue to Manuha Temple, built in Mon style in 1059; Nanbaya Temple, a unique sandstone monument and according to legends a former palace site of King Manuha. Next you will explore the UNESCO protected Myingaba Gu Byauk Gyi Temple, a temple known for its mural paintings. Complete the day by watching sunset over the majestic Ayeyarwaddy River from a temple top.
Overnight in Bagan.

 

Day.08 Bagan – Mt.Popa – Bagan Sightseeing

After Breakfast, drive to Mt. Popa (appr. 1 hrs drive). On the way visit some villages and watch the collection of juice from the palm trees, and its conversion into palm sugar. Visit the great extinct volcano. Rising out of the shimmering heat, the solitary volcanic crag of Mt. Popa is home to Myanmar's most powerful “nats ". Visit the Nat Museum with its life-sized statues of the 37 Nat Gods. Walk up the steps to the stupas and shrines that top the hill above the museum, seeing many pilgrims along the way. After lunch, return back to Bagan. In the afternoon, half-day sightseeing by horse carriage along the ancient pagodas and Temples. Visit to Ananda Temple, an architectural masterpieces resembling of a Greek cross and Ananda Okkyaung, a brick monastery with 18th Century mural paintings. Visit the massive Dhammayangyi Temple noted for its remarkable brickwork. Enjoy the sunset from Shwe San Daw Pagoda
Overnight in Bagan.

 

Day.09 Bagan – Yangon (BY MORNING FLIGHT)

After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight back to Yangon. Upon arrival at Yangon, transfer to your hotel and take a small rest. In the afternoon, visit the Scotts Market, a compound of hundreds of food, clothes, handicrafts and gems stores. Then proceed to the royal lake to take the photo, where you can see the restaurant in very unique shape of legendary bird called Karaweik which is believed to possess the mellifluous voice, actually this is the form of the barge used by the kings when they made the revering trip along the Ayeyarwaddy River. Enjoy the dinner at this restaurant with Culture show.
Overnight in Yangon.

 

 

Day.10 Yangon Departure ( BY MORNING FLIGHT )

Breakfast at the hotel. At leisure until transfer to the airport for your international departure flight.


Tour Code : Classic Tour ( D )  

Tour Sites :  Yangon –Kyaikhtiyo-Bago-Yangon- Bagan – Mandalay – Mingun – Sagaing – Mandalay –Inle– Indein- Inle -Yangon

Duration : 11 Days / 10 Nights in Myanmar

Remark : Recommend for the whole year round

Price : REQUEST

Day.01 Arrival Yangon

Upon arrival at Yangon international airport, you will be welcomed by our Tour guide and transferred to your hotel. Your journey begins with an afternoon tour through Yangon’s colonial-style city center. Visit Sule Pagoda, dating back over 2,000 years ago and the magnificent reclining Buddha Chauk Htat Gyi. Complete your first day in Myanmar with a visit to one of the world’s most spectacular monuments, the Shwedagon Pagoda.
Overnight in Yangon.

 

 

 

Day.02 Yangon Sightseeing

After Breakfast, take the circular-train from Yangon railways station to Insein station to enjoy the ways of life of the local people. Then visit the Kabaye (World Peace) Pagoda and the Mahapasana Cave, where the sixth Buddhist synod took place and see the 8 meter high Golden Lion Throne as well as the Mandalay Royal Regalia at the National Museum. In the afternoon, visit the Scotts Market, a compound of hundreds of food, clothes, handicrafts and gems stores. Then, enjoy “High Tea” at the Strand Hotel built in 1896, once described as the "leading hotel of the East" and proceed to Botataung Pagoda, where sacred hair relic of Lord Buddha is enshrined in it.
Overnight in Yangon.

 
Day.03 Yangon – Kyaikhtiyo (BY CAR)

After Breakfast, drive to Kyaikhtiyo, one of Myanmar’s Landmarks which is famous for its precarious position and religious importance. On the way, visit to the World War II War Cemetery, dedicated to the 27,000 Commonwealth Forces who died in Burma. Kyaikhtiyo the 'Golden Rock', a huge boulder completely covered by gold leaf and delicately balanced on the edge of a cliff. To reach the pagoda from Kin Pun a steep 11 km road leads to the upper staging point by truck. The upper area must be traveled by foot, at present, and walk approximately 4 km (1 hour) up a steep path and ascend some 500 m to the Golden Rock Pagoda. On arrival you can enjoy great views over the surrounding jungle and a beautiful sunset.
Overnight in Kyaikhtiyo.

 

 

Day.04 Kyaikhtiyo – Bago - Yangon (BY CAR)

After breakfast, coming down from mountain top to the halfway till get to the truck terminal on foot and on truck again for one hour for getting back to the base camp. Then drive back to Bago, an ancient Mon Capital. In Bago visit to the interesting Bago Market with varieties of vegetables, flower and commodity goods, the Shwetharhlaung Pagoda, with its giant reclining Buddha, having a history over 1000 years old, the Shwemawdaw Pagoda, with 114 meters the highest pagoda in Myanmar, Cheroot Factory, Weaving Factory in Mon Village and Kyaik Pun Pagoda, which was built in 15 century by King Damazedi famous for its background story and 4 giant sitting images are back to back. Then, Drive back to Yangon.
Overnight in Yangon.

 

Day.05 Yangon- Bagan (BY MORNING FLIGHT )

After Breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Bagan. Upon arrival at Bagan, a stroll through the colorful local market and full day sightseeing tour of Bagan with a diverse selection of the most important pagodas and temples, such as Shwezigon Pagoda, built by King Anawrahta in the early 11th century as a religious shrine; the Gu Byauk Gyi Temple, a temple with exquisite murals of Jataka scenes; and the Shwe Gu Gyi Temple, noted for its fine stucco carvings and panoramic views of the area’s many monuments. In the afternoon, visit one of Myanmar’s and Bagan’s most famous lacquer ware workshops, and see craftsmen, in Myinkaba village. You will continue to Manuha Temple, built in Mon style in 1059; Nanbaya Temple, a unique sandstone monument and according to legends a former palace site of King Manuha. Next you will explore the UNESCO protected Myingaba Gu Byauk Gyi Temple, a temple known for its mural paintings. Complete the day by watching sunset over the majestic Ayeyarwaddy River from a temple top.
Overnight in Bagan.

 

Day.06 Bagan Sightseeing

After Breakfast, half-day sightseeing by horse carriage along the ancient pagodas and Temples. Visit to Anada Temple, an architectural masterpieces resembling of a Greek cross and Anada Okkyaung, a brick monastery with 18th Century mural paintings. Visit the massive Dhammayangyi Temple noted for its remarkable brickwork. In the afternoon, visit the Dhammayazika Pagoda in Pwasaw village, built in 1196 by Narapatisithu and also sightseeing to Minnanthu Village area, Laymyethna Pagoda & Monastery, the oldest monastery in Bagan in 13 century, Payathonezu Temple, with the colorful paintings, Nandapinnya Temple and Tayokepyay Temple, noted for its plaster carvings and where one can enjoy the panoramic view from the top of the temple.
Overnight in Bagan.

 

Day.07 Bagan – Mandalay ( BY MORNING FLIGHT )

After Breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival at Mandalay, direct drive to Amarapura the “City of Immortals” and visit the 150 year old Mahagandayon monastery, and famous Buddhist learning center. It is home to a thousand monks, who will form a procession as they go to take their noon and final meal of the day. And visit the venerable Mahamuni Pagoda and Myanmar traditional handicraft workshops such as marble works, wood carving, gold leaf making and tapestry works. In the afternoon, visit the Golden Palace Monastery, a superb example of a traditional wood work, Atumashi Monastery, the "Incomparable Monastery", the Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world's Biggest Book for its stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures and sunset on Mandalay Hill, a vantage-point for panoramic view of the city.
Overnight in Mandalay.

 

Day. 08 Mandalay – Mingun – Sagaing – Mandalay

After breakfast, an excursion by boat on the Ayeyarwaddy River to Mingun, about 11 km (1 hour) upriver from Mandalay. Visit the unfinished Mingun Paya, which was meant to become the largest stupa in Myanmar constructed by King Bodaw Paya one of the world’s largest bells; the 90 ton weighing Mingun Bell and Hsinbyume Paya. Return back to Mandalay. After lunch drive over Ava Bridge to Sagaing, 21 km southwest of Mandalay and visit the Sagaing Hills, a retreat for Buddhist devotees with numerous Pagodas, monasteries and nunneries. Tour sightseeing includes Silver Smith workshop, Khaungmudaw, an enormous solid dome shaped pagoda and Umin Thounzeh caves, containing 45 Buddha images and Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda built in 1312. Afterwards continue to 200-year-old U Bein teak bridge, built in 1782 during the era when Amarapura was the Royal capital for sunset viewing.
Overnight in Mandalay.

 

Day.09 Mandalay -Heho – Inle (BY MORNING FLIGHT)

After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight to Heho. Upon arrival at Heho airport, proceed by road to Nyaung Shwe and continue by boat to your hotel. In the afternoon, take a boat excursion on Inle Lake (25 km) famous for its unique one-leg rowers, typical floating gardens, local methods of fishing and village life and the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, one of the most sacred shrines in Myanmar, dating back to the 18th century and visit Silversmith workshop in Ywama village. And continue to Nga Phe Chaung monastery, the biggest and oldest monastery around Inle.
Overnight in Inle Lake.

 

 

Day.10 Inle – Indein - Inle

After breakfast, visit the local market in the Inle Lake region (Remark: on market days only) where one can see several hill tribes selling and buying fresh vegetables and regional products. And proceed to the Western Shore of Inle Lake, where you will find the beginning of a stair path leading to the well hidden Indein Pagoda complex. In the afternoon, visit the Inn Paw Khone village to see the silk weaving works and lotus weaving works. Then, visit to Blacksmith works and Boat-making workshop.
Overnight in Inle Lake.

 

 

 

Day.11 Inle- Heho – Yangon ( BY MORNING FLIGHT ) – Departure (BY EVENING FLIGHT)

After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight back to Yangon. Upon arrival, transfer to restaurant for lunch. The rest of the day is at your leisure for relaxing, shopping or sightseeing until transfer to the Yangon International airport for departure.

 

 
 
 

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