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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-BAGAN-MANDALAY-AMARAPURA-MINGUN-MANDALAY-YANGON 05DAYS/04NIGHTS

 

Tour Itinerary

 

DAY 1: ARRIVE IN YANGON 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, visit Yangon Zoological Gardens established in 1901 and covering an area of 58.16 acres in downtown. Lunch will serve at local restaurant

In the afternoon, your visit begins with Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda to see a huge reclining Buddha image and 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 Shwedagon. Enjoy the sunset from Singuttra Hill. Dinner will serve at local restaurant & overnight

 

DAY 2: YANGON-MANDALAY-AMARAPURA-MANDALAY (B/L/D)

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for a flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival, drive to Mahagandayone monastery, which is famous for its strict training of the young monks in the study of Buddhist texts, to explore how the monks gather their daily meals offering from the local Buddhists. Continue to U Bein Bridge built across Lake Thaungthaman, a teak wooden bridge over 100-year old. After that, we drive back to Mandalay. Upon arrival, visit Maha Myatmuni Pagoda, home to Mandalay's holiest Buddha statue.  Then, explore Royal Mandalay Palace located in the heart of Mandalay and this site was chosen with the auspicious omen and astronomical calculations. You can have a chance to wear some of the dresses of the ancient kings, queens, princes, princesses and other ministers there and take a picture. Lunch will serve at local restaurant

In the afternoon, continue your visit to Shwenandaw Monastery, an ancient wooden building with intricate carvings, which was once King Mindon's home. Then, visit the 'world’s largest book', being the Buddhist Scriptures inscribed on marble slabs, at Kuthodaw Pagoda and go ahead to the foot of Mandalay Hill and then drive up to the hill to enjoy spectacular views at sunset from Mandalay Hill. (Note: Take an open air truck to drive up to the hill for a group of 07 persons and above.)

Dinner will serve at local restaurant, accommodation in Mandalay

 

DAY 3: MANDALAY-MINGUN-MANDALAY-BAGAN (B/L/D)

After breakfast, transfer to the jetty for taking a boat trip to Mingun located 11 km up the Ayeyarwaddy River on the west bank from Myanmar. Then, board a private local boat and enjoy the boat trip by looking around the scenery. On arrival, visit a massive ruined and uncompleted Mingun Pahtodawgyi constructed by King Bodawpaya in 1790 and the 90-ton (55,555 viss) Mingun Bell, one of the largest ringing bell in the world. A couple of hundred yards from there, there is Myatheindan Pagoda or the beautiful white Hsinbyume with a distinctive architectural style built in 1816 by Bodawpaya’s grandson. Then, return to Mandalay. Lunch will serve local restaurant.

In the afternoon, transfer to the airport for your flight to Bagan and upon arrival in Bagan, transfer to your hotel. Dinner will serve at restaurant with marionette show, accommodation in Bagan

 

DAY 4: BAGAN-YANGON      (B/L/D)

After breakfast at the hotel, your tour begins with a visit to Nyaung U Market where you have a chance to buy the local goods and explore the golden stupa of Shwezigon Pagoda, which is Bagan's most important reliquary shrine – look out for images of the 37 'nats' housed in a small hall. Next stop is Htilominlo, the last ‘Burmese style temple with old murals and friezes. Continue to Ananda Temple, a whitewashed masterpiece of Mon architecture with four standing Buddhas, and the adjacent brick monastery from the Early Bagan era with well-preserved murals and then, visit Thatbyinnyu Temple at the tallest temple measuring 61 meters and dating from 1144, where you can make a stop for taking a photo. Lunch will serve at local restaurant

In the afternoon, drive to the Myinkaba area and see the four Buddha images in Manuha Pagoda. Continue your visit to Shwe Sandaw Pagoda built by King Anawrahta and was also known as Ganesh or Mahapeine after the elephant-headed Hindu god whose images once stood at the corners of the five successive terraces. After that, visit Dhammayangyi Temple, the most massive structure in Bagan built by King Narathu (1167-70). Then, transfer to the airport for a flight to Yangon and on arrival in Yangon, transfer to your hotel. Dinner will serve at local restaurant, Accommodation in Yangon

 

DAY 5: DEPART YANGON     (B/L)

After breakfast, drive to the colonial 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 and do shopping at visit Bogyoke (Scott) Market (closed on Monday and Public Holidays) to see Myanmar's wide range of handicrafts.

Lunch 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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