3 days / Myanmar overview
Day 1: Yangon / Arrival
The short trip lets you visit Yangon and Mandalay. Your overview to Myanmar, enough to experience ordinary life in Myanmar. Domestic flight included.
Arrival in Yangon. Transferred to hotel. Explore every corner of Sule Pagoda. Evening great sunset at marvellous Shwedagon pagoda.
Overnight at hotel in Yangon. (L)
Day 2: Mandalay / A cultural capital
Flight from Bagan to Mandalay. Seeing Mahamuni Buddha Image. Visit Amarapura, Maha Gandayon Kyaung, Kuthodaw Paya.
Overnight at hotel in Mandalay. (B,L)
Day 3: Yangon / Departure
Your leisure time for relax. Transfer to airport for your flight back to Yangon.
Await for your departure flight.(B,L)
Day 1: Yangon
Upon arrival in Yangon International Airport by morning flight, our experienced guide will welcome the clients at the airport and transfer to the hotel. After hotel check – in and refreshment, start orientation tour in Yangon including Sule Pagoda (Land Mark in city centre), Legend said that it is 2,000 years old and the central stupa is said to enshrine a hair of the Buddha. Every corner around Sule Pagoda on a walking tour, you will discover a unique charm of Yangon with its old colonial architectature buildings such as City Hall, High Court, etc. Evening great sunset at marvellous Shwedagon pagoda & its pagoda bazaar. The massive and magnificent gold-encrusted Shwedagon Pagoda (100 meter high), is one of the wonders of the world. It was built 2500 years ago and enshrined with hair relics of the Buddha and a place to meet devoted Buddhists at meditation and pray.
Overnight in Yangon.
Day 2: Yangon – Mandalay – Amarapura
Breakfast at the hotel.In the morning transfer to the airport for flight to Mandalay, which was founded in 1857-1860 as the capital by King Mindon and remained the capital city of the Konboung, Myanmar’s last dynasty. Tour of Mandalay will take you to its significant sites includes Mahamuni Buddha Image – the most revered Buddha image in Mandalay and 4 meters high seated image is cast in bronze. Transfer to 18th century Amarapura, situated about 11 km south of Mandalay and about 15 minutes drives. Visit to Maha Gandayon Kyaung, one of Amarapura’s treasures, is a famous Buddhist monastery where more than thousand monks live and study. The morning meals procession of thousands of monks is very interesting. Amarapura is also known as a weaving city where silk dresses are woven and silk and cotton weaving workshops can be seen. You can walk the famous 200 years old U Bein Bridge – the world’s longest wooden Bridge across the Thaungthaman lake and 1208 meters long. After lunch time, you will be exploring more about Mandalay. Craftsmen’s quarters to observe brasses molding works, stone and marble carvers, gold leaf pressing, tapestry workshop, cotton and silk textile weaving, silver smith workshop. Shwenandawkyaung or Golden Palace Monastery – a very magnificent building beautifully carved in wood, dating back to 19th century. It is of great interest, not only as a fine example of a traditional Burmese wooden monastery, but also as a fragile reminder of the old Mandalay Palace. And then visit to Kuthodaw Paya – the world’s largest book of 729 marble slabs inscribed the entire Tripitaka.
Overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
Day 3: Mandalay – Yangon – Departure
Breakfast at the hotel.Morning take a flight back to Yangon. Upon arrival in Yangon, free time for relaxation. You can be relaxing at the hotel to enjoy the pool, sun, and gardens or to enjoy at your leisure activities of your choice (no services provided).
In the late afternoon, transfer to Yangon International Airport for your departure flight. Registration formalities, customs and police. Boarding and taking off on flight to your destination.
Tour price: USD per person.
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Tour price includes:
- 3 night accommodation
- Meals mentioned
- Transportation mentioned in itinerary
- Entrance Fees & Zone Fees
- English speaking guide
- Government tax & service tax
- Visa Fees & Travels insurance
- Personal expenses
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