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Yangon – Bago – Khaithtiyo – Bagan – Mandalay – PyinOoLwin – Mingun – Amarapura – Ava – Sagaing – Heho- Pindaya – Inle lake – Ngapali ( Beach ) - Yangon
DURATION - 15D/14N


Day 1 )

Arrival at Yangon
Warmly welcome to Myanmar by our tour guide and transfer to your hotel, and start touring round Yangon, central of city SULE pagoda built 2000 year ago. Then, we are going to strolling between the colonial buildings until Strand Hotel and on the way, you will see that people are working round Nanthida Jetty.

Then, tour continue to Reclining Buddha, 70 meters long, and the longest one round this area. After that driving to Scott market, colonial building not only going shopping also have good time seeing things in this market. Have Lunch, then, go on Shwedagon Pagoda built in more than 2500 ago. It’s going to be world wonder. Enjoin until sunset then relax at hotel.


Day 2 )

Yangon – Khaithtiyo (Golden Rock)
After breakfast at hotel, heading to Khaithtiyo(Golden Rock), more or less after 3:30 hr, will arrive at Kanpumcamp. Then, change to truck to hill up.it will take 30 minis till near the pagoda. After check in hotel, continue to visit Golden Rock , during the life time of Buddha according to legend of Thahtoon kingdom ( Mon Kingdom), you may consider that pagoda is Balance pagoda, infect, people from Myanmar believe that Khaithtiyo pagoda is very might and powerful by enshrined real Buddha hair relics.


Day 3 )

Khaithtiyo (golden rock) – Bago – Yangon
After breakfast at hotel, going back to Yangon, but, on the way back to Bago there are many things to see like robber garden, mini factory of dry fish, Then Then lunch time in local restaurant start tour in Bago, visit Shwemawdaw Pagoda , Palace side of Hathaway, Reclining Buddha since 10 century. After that heading to four sitting Buddha, called Khaitpon which has long history. One more visit world British cemetery at the mouth of Yangon with 27000 death soldier list during the Second World War. Back to Hotel and relax.


Day 4 )

Yangon – Bagan
After breakfast, stroll through the colorful local market continue the day with visits to the most significant pagodas and temples of Bagan including Shwezigon Pagoda, built by King Anawrahta in the early 11th century as a religious shrine; Ku BkyaukGyi, a temple with superb murals of Jataka scenes; Khay Min Ga Temple, noted for its panoramic view of the area's numerous monuments and Ananda Temple, with four standing Buddha images. In the afternoon, visit one of Myanmar's most treasured handicrafts, a lacquerware craftsmen's workshop in nearby Myinkaba village. You will continue to Munuha Temple, built in the Mon-style in 1059 and follow on to Nanbaya Temple, a unique sandstone monument said to have been the palace of King Manuha. Next you will explore the MyingabaGuByaukgyi Temple, a temple noteworthy for its mural paintings under the protection of Unesco. Proceed to Bupaya Pagoda or Mingalazedi Stupa to watch the sunset over the famous Ayeyarwaddy River. Spend the night at hotel in Bagan.


Day 5 )

Bagan – Mandalay
After breakfast, heading to domestic airport for Mandalay, it takes 25 minis on the flight. One hour drive to downtown from airport. But we have excursion on the way to downtown or hotel, like Aamarapura, Ava Sagaing and PyinOoLwin, Now starting tour from the small village seeing how they are doing different kinds of pots, made of clay, mini factory of pottery.Then heading to Amarapura to join to monk lunch at Mahagandaron Monastery, but just shooting photos. If it is possible for you to walk along till U Bin Bridge build by head of Palace of Amarapura, this is the longest one made of teak wood in the world, 2 km long. Lunch break on the tip of Ava Island or after visit of this Island.

Then, continue to Ava, one of kingdom of Burmese since 14 century and 17 century again. It is really pleasant visiting AVA and riding house card one round here. A visit Ava takes more or less 1hr and half. Then drive back Mandalay and relax in hotel.


Day 6 )

Mandalay – PyinOoLwin
After breakfast, drive [80 km 2 hrs] on a scenic route to the cool hill station of PyinOoLwin [May Myo], with its lovely lake and waterfalls, botanical garden and colonial buildings. Visit to Peik Chin MyaungCaves, since ancient times a Buddhist shrine and proceed to PweKauk Waterfalls, a favorite picnic spot for local people. Return to Mandalay, overnight at hotel in Mandalay.


Day 7 )

Mandalay – Amarpura – Ava – Sagaing–Mdy
Heading to Amarapura after breakfast to visit Mahagandaron Monastery with more than 1000 monks. Then, make one round in U Bin Bridge, the longest one in the world, made of teak wood. After that going to drive to AVA ,very interesting island with horse card, Bagaya Monastery , Tower of Palace , and Manu Okkaung and landscape of Ava, then tour continue to Sagaing hill and able to visit convent of Nun.Then drive back to Mandalay and overnight at hotel.


Day 8 )

Mandalay – Mingun - Mdy
Enjoin breakfast at hotel and heading to Mingun, some nice photos of street workers on the bank of the Ayeyawady river before taking a the private boat, there are a lot of interesting things to see on the way to Mingun, sailing, travelling with bunch of bamboo, finding wood under the Ayeyawady River, fishing, digging send and planting on the island …etc. Arrive at Mingun, a lot of sellers approach you for souvenirs.

This area is not kingdom of Burmese, but a king, Bodaw from fromAmarapura stayed there temporarily to build Mingun pagoda by the help of Rakhin prisoners. There are four or five things to see in Mingun Area such as two broken lions, Mingun temple, MingunSaradaw statute, Mingun bell, and Mrathindan pagoda with typical style and can make one round the Mingun village.

Then, going back on same way to Mandalay ,and lunch break , continue round Mandalay hill , like golden palace monastery made of teak wood it is unique the rest of palace of Mandalay in 1785, Kuthodaw pagoda with 792 pillars with 2 pages in each small pagoda and going up Mandalay hill to have panoramic view and sunset. After that back to relax in hotel.


Day 9 )

Mandalay – Heho – Pindaya – Inle Lake
Breakfast at hotel and transfer to airport, It will take 35 minis to Heho airport in Shan State. Then heading to Pindaya Cave (golden cave) one of famous and interesting the Buddhist pilgrim zone in Myanmar. After a visit Golden Cave, see mini factory how they are doing umbrella with Shan Paper. Then, have lunch and driving till Inle lake. Arrive at NaungShwe, overnight at hotel.


Day 10 )

Inle Lake
Morning visit around Inle Lake. 5- Day market or colorful market is rewarding excursion after breakfast, mountainous people ethnic of tribes come and sell their productions. One-legged rowing are the most unusual features who have developed an original, method of rowing with one leg. PhaungdawOo pagoda is also one of the main s/seeing and Buddha images of 12th century are interesting. Ruins pagodas, more than 1500 small pagodas, called Pagoda InnDin. Floating gardens are built upon strips of water hyacinth dredged from the lake bed. Overnight in hotel.


Day 11 )

Inle Lake – Heho – Ngapali Early check out and transfer to Hehoairport , take 40 minis from Naungshwe small city. And tour continue to Ngapali, Relax in Hotel.


Day 12 )

Ngapali


Day 13 )

Ngapali


Day 14 )

Ngapali –Yangon
Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Thandwe airport back and takes one hours and 20 minis, leisure in Yangon and relax in Hotel


Day 15 )

Yangon - Departure
Breakfast at hotel and transfer to International airport. End our service!
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