Inclusive : Yangon-Bagan-/Mandalay- Inle (By Express Bus) Bus transfer to Hotel+ Hotel Accommodation Bagan to Mandalay by Malikha Boat Boat fees at Inle Lake sightseeing..
Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 07 Days 06 Nights Budget Tour
Maximum number of people: 15
Location: Myanmar, Yangon

Tour’s Program

Today’s start Yangon sightseeing includes Botataung Pagoda at the bank of Yangon river, then city center where Sule Pagoda located to see the bustling life of Yangon and City Hall. Then visit Bogyoke Aung San Market (Scott’s Market), where one can buy many items in one place. Bogyoke Market was built in British colonial times and has a colonial shape. "Chaukhtathgyi Pagoda" it is the fourth largest colossal reclining image in Myanmar and 67m long. In the evening, visit the most magnificent and spectacular religious edifice, Shwedagon Pagoda before the sun set and enjoy the beauty stupa while it changes the shining of gold in different tones according to the radiant of the setting sun. Then, transfer to Yangon to Nyaung U by express car. Overnight on car.
AT 06 : 00 AM. Upon arrival to Bagan, proceed exploring the busy Nyaung Oo market, the Shwezigon Pagoda and its magnificent Golden Stupa, Kyan Sit Thar Cave, Wetkyi-innGubyakgyi Temple, a cave temple with murals paintings, Then, proceed full day sightseeing including Hti-Lo-Min-Lo Temple and Ananda Pagoda(master piece of architecture and motifs design). After all those sightseeing, visit to Bu Paya to enjoy the sunset view over Ayeyarwady River. Stay overnight at the Hotel in Bagan.
After breakfast, Jetty transfer to Mandalay by Malikha boat. Late Evening arrival, transfer to hotel. Overnight in Mandalay. (Breakfast)

After breakfast at hotel. Morning start drive to Amarapura, visit to U Bein Bridge which belongs to 1782 recuperated from the waste of an abandoned palace totally in teak wood accredited to the achievement of the mayor U Bein. Then extend Mahagandayone, a monastery with high reputation consists of more than a thousand of monks can be seen at the same time while they have their first meal of the day. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda with its spectacular Buddha image. By visiting the Shwe Nan DawKyaung wooden monastery in teak wood standing to witness the durability of teak and the carving of the 19th century is still with totally traditional Myanmar style. Tour continues to Mandalay Hill, a vantage point for a panoramic view of the city and a spectacular sunset view. It is worthy to have a stroll up the hill enjoying panoramic views from different location. Return can be made by car as there is also a car track by the base of elevator just before the platform. Then return to Mandalay and stay overnight in Mandalay.
After morning breakfast, Boat excursion to Mingun (11/2 hours) along the Ayeyarwaddy River. During the river cruise, we may enjoy the fascinating landscapes of the river as well as the daily life of the people living along the Ayeyarwaddy. Proceed to Saging Hill, the place of over 700 monastery, Kaungmudaw Pagoda-the magnificent dome remarkably seen from far away, silverware factory etc. Continue to Ava and visit by horse by horse carts to MaenuOkkyaung Monastery built by the chief queen in 1818 for the venerable chief monk is the unique brick type building of 19th century, Nan Myint Tower-27 meter masonry high is declined due to the earthquake in 1838, Bargayar Monastery well known for its wood carving with 267 teak pillars. Then , transfer to Mandalay to Inle by express bus. Overnight on car.

At 06 AM arrive. Upon arrival to Nyaung shwe and proceed to NyaungShwe jetty by car. Then, start exploring in Inle Lake ( by boat ) to PhaungdawOo Pagoda, the most venerable pagoda on the lake, which houses 05 images of Buddha completely gilded, In Paw Khon village to observes the silk weaving, handicrafts, and Ywama Village with long neck people(Pataung People) etc. And precede sightseeing to Jumping Cat Monastery. And stay overnight at the Hotel in Inle Lake.
After breakfast at the Hotel, start boat transfer to NyaungShwe Jetty. Then, proceed car transfer for the bus to Yangon.

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