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(6 Days / 5 Nights )
Yangon – Bagan (Pagan) – Mandalay (Old Capital) – Mingun – Sagaing

Day  (1) : Arrival Day (D)


Arrive Yangon International Airport, warmly welcome by guide and transfer to hotel.

Yangon was founded in 1755 by King Alaung Paya. The name of Yangon means “End of strife”. Evening sightseeing in high lights of Shwedagon Pagoda. A magnificent, shimmering spire of gold rising 326 feet (99.3m). Dinner and Overnight in Rangoon. 

Day (2) : Yangon - Bagan ( By Flight) (B/L/D)


Early morning, arrive at Bagan and transfer to hotel, check in hotel and relaxing.

Tour start at ( 09:00 )am.

Bagan was the seat of power of the First Empire of Myanmar, founded by King Anawrahta, which extended to the border of present day Cambodia. The thousand-year-old temples of which over two – thousand are left of the original four-thousand, are living places of worship maintained through history by public and State funds.

Tour Hightlight :

Archaeological Museum, (this museum run by Archaeological Department is situated near the Ananda Temple.

Shewzigon Pagoda at Nyaung U ( this golden – domed pagoda was left unfinished on King Anawrahta’s death and completed by his successor King Kyansit-tha),

Kyansit-tha Umin ( Not far from the Shwezigon a cave complex off the tourist route, it has murals from the13th century).

Arnadar Temple (the most attractive feature of archaeological design somewhat like a Greek cross),

Dhammayangyi (a temple of massive and finest brick works),

Thabyunyu Temple ( King Alaung Sithu was the donor of this magnificent, white-washed temple, the tallest in Bagan at 201 ft ( 64 m ),

Gawtawpalin (King Narapati Situ built this graceful temple )

Sulamuni Temple (It stands beyond the Dhammayangyi Temple and was built in A.D. 1181 by Narapatisithu. The interior was once painted with fine frescoes but only traces can be seen today.) 

And Panoramic View of sun setting land Bupaya Pagoda (Not far from Gawtawpalin is a pagoda spire in the shape of a gourd in the bank of Ayeyarwady river. 

Dinner and overnight in Bagan with Traditional Puppet Show.

Day (3) : Bagan - Mandalay ( B/L/D) by flight


Mandalay was founded by Myanmar’s second last monarch King Mindon, who was the most religious of his dynasty. He earned merit from many pagodas and hundreds of monasteries that he built in Mandalay and its environs.

After breakfast, check out hotel, fly to Mandalay. Arrive at Mandalay airport,
continue tour sightseeing in Mandalay featuring Mandalay Museum and Palace Houses a collection of article such as Royal costume Palm-Leave Manuscripts, Wood carving, Palace hall, King office, King bed room, Queen bed room, Palace tower. Enjoy your lunch at local restaurant.

After that transfer to Hotel Mandalay***.(or) similar hotel. Check in hotel and relax for a while.
Afternoon excursion to Yaw Min Gyi Oke Kyaung, at the foot of Mandalay Hill is a two storied building very much in the Western style with tall columns, grand flights of stairs and arched doorway.

Sightseeing in Mandalay Hill which is panoramic view of the city Mandalay. Gave the city its name. Alothough thecity was officially named Yadanabon or Mound of Gems, people always called it after the name of the hill. The hill top offers unforgettable sunset views of the city, the palace walls and the Ayeyarwaddy River.

Before dinner sightseeing in Mahamuni Pagoda was built to enshrine the Maha Muni Image, nearly 13ft (4m) high. It is covered with so much gold leaf that its body has lost all proportion. Only the face washed with ceremony each dawn, is not allowed to be gilded. And the traditional handicraft workshops one can see marble works and wood carvings. Dinner and night stop in Mandalay.

Day (4) : Mandalay – Mingun – Sagaing – Amarapura – Ava – Mandalay ( B/L/D )


Breakfast at hotel, After breakfast, (08:30 )am, boat trip to Mingun Village, visit World Largest Bell.
Myatheindan stupa and village life. Back to Mandalay by boat. Lunch at Local Restaurant.

After lunch excursion to Amapura and Ava, visit Bargaya Ancient Monastery, Mae Nu Oak Kyaung, U Bein Bridge ( this mile (1.6km) long wooden bridge across Taung Thaman Lake was built with discarded palace timbers which have stood firm for over 150 years. Monks and Lay people stroll its length in the evenings, looking out over the placid waters of the Lake. The beer and iced-drinks stalls ont the baks sell fried fish caught fresh from the lake. Another Kyauk Taw Gyi Pagoda built in 1874 is on far bank of Taung Thaman Lake. Its design is based on that of the Ananda of 11th century Bagan although it is smaller. There are 19thcentury murals showing famous Pagoda as well as the lives of the villagers. Proceed to Sagaing Hill, Swan Oo Ponnyashin Pagoda, U Min Thone Sae Pagoda, Silver Ware work, Earthen Pottery work. Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in hotel.

Day (5) : Mandalay – Yangon, by Flight ( B/L/D )


After Breakfast at Hotel transfer to airport and back to Yangon. And full day tour in Yangon features , Chauk Htut Gyi Pagoda ( futures a beautiful reclining Buddha Image 230ft (70m) long in the pose of rest, the original image was built in 1907.) And downtown sightseeing in Yangon by walking tour.Dinner and overnight in Yangon. 


Day (6) : Yangon Sightseeing and Departure Day by evening flight ( B/L )


Breakfast at hotel, sightseeing & excursion to Bogyoke Aung San Market, a shopping center of Yangon, which is a great place to pride up traditional and not traditional handicrafts, artworks, small antiques and junk jewellery. Enjoy your lunch.

After that excursion to National Museum ( There is no other site with better displays of Myanmar's history, cultural, literature and national races than the five storey national Museum ). The Museum is open daily from 10am to 4 pm. After lunch, drive to airport, back your home land.

About the cost are included:

  • English Language Throughout Guide
  • All transfer and transportation with private air conditioned vehicle
  • 2 stars and 3 stars economy hotel accommodation twin bed room with daily breakfast
  • Entrance fees for specific itinerary
  • Tour sightseeing for specific program
  • Domestic Flight Fare (Yangon – Bagan – Mandalay - Yangon)

About the cost are excluded:

  • Beverages
  • Full board meals as specific program
  • Laundry service
  • Mini Bar, Tel call, Email & internet uses
  • International flight fare and airport tax
  • Visa
  • Nature of other personal uses

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