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  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

 

YANGON-SYRIAM-BAGO-YANGON 03 DAYS / 02 NIGHTS


Tour Itinerary

 

DAY 1: YANGON ARRIVAL with morning flight (L/D)

On Arrival at Mingalardon International airport, you are welcomed and greeted by your guide and transfer to your hotel. On the way to hotel, we stop at Kyauktawgyi Pagoda (known as Lawka Chanthar Abarya Labamuni Buddha) carved from the one piece of white marble rock. After check-in at the hotel, go straight to Syriam by crossing Thanlyin Bridge over Bago River. Lunch will serve at local restaurant.

 

Syriam is a small settlement with a fascinating history. At various times a Hindu colony, Portuguese enclave and trading centre, Syriam was also at one time part of the Pegu Empire that held sway over the southern provinces of Myanmar. Indeed, Syriam was even the country’s main port until it was replaced by Yangon.

 

Your visit begins with Kyaik Kauk Pagoda built on the hillock on the way to Kyaik Maw Wun pagoda, an imposing golden stupa similar to Shwedagon Pagoda and then visits a local market in Thanlyin (Syriam). Continue to Kyaik Maw Wun Pagoda (Kyauk Tan Ye Le Pagoda), a charming place with bustling streets lined with foodstalls and restaurants.  Then, take a local ferry boat trip to get Ye-Le Pagoda situated on a tiny island in the middle of the river and guarded by two colourful ogres.  Then, return to Yangon and visit Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda.

Dinner will serve at local Restaurant. Accommodation in Yangon

 

DAY 2: YANGON-BAGO-YANGON (B/L/D)

After breakfast, depart Yangon for the visit to Bago, a former capital reputedly founded in AD 573 by two Mon Princes. Before our arrival in Bago, visit Khat Kyat Wyne Monastery where you can explore the way the monks gather their daily meals if you arrive there around 1030 in the morning. On arrival in Bago, visit Shwemawdaw Pagoda, which has a stupa inlaid with diamonds and is Bago's golden landmark.  SeeShwethalyaung Buddha, which dates from 994 and is revered throughout Myanmar as the most beautiful Reclining Buddha. Lunch will serveat a local restaurant in Bago

In the afternoon, drive directly to Yangon and do shopping at Bogyoke Market (Scott’s Market) (Note: Closed on Mondays and Public Holidays) to see Burma’s wide range of handicrafts and go back to your hotel. After refreshment, we visit Shwedagon Pagoda, famous worldwide - its golden stupa is the 'heart' of Buddhist Myanmar. The Pagoda is believed to be 2,500 years old and the central stupa in surrounded by dozens of intricately decorated buildings and statues. There are always many Myanmar people praying and making offerings at the Shwedagon, and it's a fascinating place to spend time watching the world go by. Enjoy the sunset from Singuttara Hill.

Dinner will serve at local restaurant. Accommodation in Yangon

 

DAY 3: DEPART YANGON (B/L)

After breakfast, visit Yangon Zoological Gardens established in 1901 and covering an area of 58.16 acres in downtown. Then, drive to thecolonial style buildings downtown and visit Botathaung Pagoda, located close to Yangon River and said to contain Buddha relics. After that, have a stop near Sule Pagoda to take a photo. Then, look around the bustling China Town and India Town to explore the lifestyle of the city dwellers. Lunch will serve at local restaurant. In the afternoon, transfer to the International airport for your outward flight

Note: (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)

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