Arrive in Yangon and transfer to hotel. Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon, is still a relatively quiet and charming city. Its impressive colonial and spiritual heritage makes Yangon one of the most fascinating and authentic capitals of South-East Asia. After lunch, a city tour includes the National Museum, Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda’s 70m long reclining Buddha, downtown Yangon with its faded colonial atmosphere, Sule Pagoda, Mahabandoola Park, India town and bustling China town. Overnight in Yangon.
After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to airport for flight to Bagan. Sightseeing Bagan by visiting; Nyaung Oo Market; Shwezigon Pagoda - the prototype for later Myanmar pagodas built bu King Anawrahta; Ananda Temple - King Kyansittha's masterpiece and the crowning achievement of the early style temple of architecture; Kyansitha Umin. Check in hotel and lunch at Sun Set Garden Restaurant. Evening visit to Lacquer-ware making home cottage; Myinkaba Gubyaukgyi Temple - known for its wall paintings depicting scenes from the Jataka; Sulamani Temple and Dhamanyangyi Temple. Evening, sunset view of Bagan from Shwesandaw Pagoda. Dinner at Nandar Restaurant which one is the best one in Bagan with puppet show. Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
After breakfast at hotel, visit to Minanthu village, Payathonzu Pagoda, Nandamanya Pagoda, Laymyathna Pagoda & Monastery - the oldest monastery in Bagan in 13 century. Visit to Phwasaw village - where can see the typical Myanmar villagers life. After lunch, free at leisure. Evening sightseeing at Manuha Temple, Bu Phaya and enjoy the boat trip along the river and having a beautiful sun-set including soft drink & snack. Dinner at restaurant. Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
After breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport for flight to Mandalay. Meet & transfer to hotel. After check in hotel, sightseeing Mandalay to Mahamuni Image - a bronze Buddha image castled during the lifetime of Buddha himself, Golf Leaf making cottage, Tapestry works; Wood carving & bronze castling workshops; Marble carving workshop and silk weaving home cottage. After lunch, free and leisure at hotel. Early evening continues visit to: Mandalay Palace, and finish the tour by visiting Mandalay Hill to watch the sunset and the panoramic view of the city. Overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
After breakfast at hotel, visit Amarapura - an ancient capital built on the advice of astrologers. Tour highlights are: Mahagandaryone Monastery - where one may observe the daily life of the monks studying Buddha's scriptures; and U Beins Bridge - 1.2 km long over 200 years old wooden bridge. After lunch, proceed to Mingun where the world largest ringing bell exist and cruise down the Ayeyarwaddy River. Sightseeing Mingun village and environs. Back to Mandalay by boat enjoying the scene of Romantic River view and sun-set. Dinner at restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
Proceed to Pindaya.
After breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport. Fly to Heho. Proceed to Pindaya. Visit Pindaya Cave (famous for its Mysterious cave of countless centuries old Buddha Images) and Bambooed Umbrella Workshop. Lunch at Pindaya. Dinner and overnight in Pindaya.
After breakfast at hotel, Drive to Nyaung Shwe. Boat trip to Inle Lake - the second biggest lake in Myanmar famous for its unique leg rollers. to Kabaaye Tour highlights include visit to: floating market (available to see on the market days only which is hold on every five days); Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda; Inpawkhone Village - famous for its silk weaving handlooms; Ngaphechaung Monastery - well known because of jumping cats; traditional ways of fishing; and floating gardens. Lunch at a floating restaurant. Dinner and overnight at r hotel in Inle.
Yangon Css. Departure from Yangon for onward flight.
After breakfast finish the tour with a visit to Myanmar’s holiest monument, the Shwedagon Pagoda with its golden stupa covered with 60 tons of pure gold leaf. In the afternoon there is free time for shopping at Bogyoke Market, formerly Scott’s Market, before transferring to Airport for onward flight.
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