Arrival Yangon in the morning and welcomed by your guide from Global Hawk Co., Ltd. who will greet you with a pack of welcome gift which includes a small souvenir, Myanmar Map and some stamped postcards of Myanmar’s sceneries. After check in and refreshing, we start our tours at the city center where you will see how people of different faiths and cultures live together in harmony and peace for centuries. From afar, you’ll be taken to the old colonial part of downtownYangon; the ‘Botataung Hair Relic Pagoda’ on the bank of Yangon River. Continue exploring along the colonial area, you can spot a pagoda shinning with pure gold plates on, that is the 2000-year-old Sule pagoda. Just beside it, you can see the beautiful Bengali Sunni Jameh Mosque and then on the other side is the Immanuel Baptist church which was built in 1885. Then two minutes away by walk, you will reach the Ganesha Hindu Temple. Last but not least, the 120 years old Musmeah Yeshua Jewish Synagogue is about 5 minutes’ walk from Sula Pagoda. An afternoon tour commences with the World Famous Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the wonders of the world with its amazing mix of pavilions, stupas, Buddha images and bells. Lunch & Dinner at the local restaurant and Overnight in Yangon
Arrival Yangon in the morning and welcomed by your guide from Global Hawk Co., Ltd. who will greet you with a pack of welcome gift which includes a small souvenir, Myanmar Map and some stamped postcards of Myanmar’s sceneries. After check in and refreshing, we start our tours at the city center where you will see how people of different faiths and cultures live together in harmony and peace for centuries. From afar, you’ll be taken to the old colonial part of downtownYangon; the ‘Botataung Hair Relic Pagoda’ on the bank of Yangon River. Continue exploring along the colonial area, you can spot a pagoda shinning with pure gold plates on, that is the 2000-year-old Sule pagoda. Just beside it, you can see the beautiful Bengali Sunni Jameh Mosque and then on the other side is the Immanuel Baptist church which was built in 1885. Then two minutes away by walk, you will reach the Ganesha Hindu Temple. Last but not least, the 120 years old Musmeah Yeshua Jewish Synagogue is about 5 minutes’ walk from Sula Pagoda. An afternoon tour commences with the World Famous Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the wonders of the world with its amazing mix of pavilions, stupas, Buddha images and bells. Lunch & Dinner at the local restaurant and Overnight in Yangon.
After Breakfast at the hotel, around 8:00am drive directly to Golden Rock base camp (Kimpun&camp) for around 4 Hours’ Kimpum base camp, where you going to change into local public bus for a short 45-mins drive to the middle camp (Yathae Taung or Hermit Hill camp) along the winding steep road passing through dense tropical rainforests, gorges, and waterfalls. From the Hermit Hill camp, a strenuous 30-mins hike will begin all the way to the summit (from 600m to 1150m). If you hate of climbing, the sedan-chairs (palanquins) are readily available. After taking a short rest at the hotel near the summit, visit Golden Rock temple, a magical site of perfectly balanced rock boulder topped by a stupa containing hairs of Buddha. Enjoy stunning mountain sceneries and thrilling sunset view before start strolling around the platform and examine this awe-inspiring site. Stay overnight at the hotel near the summit.
After Breakfast at the hotel, around 8:00am drive directly to Golden Rock base camp (Kimpun&camp) for around 4 Hours’ Kimpum base camp, where you going to change into local public bus for a short 45-mins drive to the middle camp (Yathae Taung or Hermit Hill camp) along the winding steep road passing through dense tropical rainforests, gorges, and waterfalls. From the Hermit Hill camp, a strenuous 30-mins hike will begin all the way to the summit (from 600m to 1150m). If you hate of climbing, the sedan-chairs (palanquins) are readily available. After taking a short rest at the hotel near the summit, visit Golden Rock temple, a magical site of perfectly balanced rock boulder topped by a stupa containing hairs of Buddha. Enjoy stunning mountain sceneries and thrilling sunset view before start strolling around the platform and examine this awe-inspiring site. Stay overnight at the hotel near the summit.
After breakfast, will go back through the same way to reach the Kimpum base camp. From there, It will take around 3-hours to Bago, an old Mon and sightseeing include Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha (55 meters long), the site of world’s tallest stupa Shwemawdaw Pagoda soaring at 114m, Chinese Kwan-yin Temple and upon your interest, you can also visit the Kanbawzathardi Palace of King Bayinnaung. Lunch and Dinner at a local restaurant. Stay overnight at hotel in Yangon.
After breakfast, will go back through the same way to reach the Kimpum base camp. From there, It will take around 3-hours to Bago, an old Mon and sightseeing include Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha (55 meters long), the site of world’s tallest stupa Shwemawdaw Pagoda soaring at 114m, Chinese Kwan-yin Temple and upon your interest, you can also visit the Kanbawzathardi Palace of King Bayinnaung. Lunch and Dinner at a local restaurant. Stay overnight at hotel in Yangon.
After breakfast, you will transfer to Yangon airport at about 5:15 am. Then, 1hr 20min flight to Mandalay, and upon arrival Mandalay airport, drives to directly to Amarapura. If time permissible, visit a typical Burmese village on the way to Amarapura, in time to visit Mahagandayon Monastery with over 1000 Buddhist monks while they queue for their last meal of the day at 10:15 am. You will also see one of traditional Burmese silk weaving looms that have been the major production center in Amarapura for more than 150-yrs. Then a short visit to Gold foil making workshop. After Lunch, check-in your hotel and relax for a short time, Afternoon sight-seeing begins with Shwenandaw Monastery, noted for its exquisite wood carvings; Kuthodaw Pagoda, whose known as the World’s Biggest Book for its 729 marble stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures. And then continues to Mandalay Hill, a vantage point for a panoramic view of the city and a spectacular sunset view. Going up-hill by car (by truck for groups) and then escalator /elevator to a vantage point for a panoramic view of the city and spectacular sunset view. For the one who likes walking, it is worth to have a stroll up the hill enjoying the panoramic view from different angles. Stay overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
After breakfast, you will transfer to Yangon airport at about 5:15 am. Then, 1hr 20min flight to Mandalay, and upon arrival Mandalay airport, drives to directly to Amarapura. If time permissible, visit a typical Burmese village on the way to Amarapura, in time to visit Mahagandayon Monastery with over 1000 Buddhist monks while they queue for their last meal of the day at 10:15 am. You will also see one of traditional Burmese silk weaving looms that have been the major production center in Amarapura for more than 150-yrs. Then a short visit to Gold foil making workshop. After Lunch, check-in your hotel and relax for a short time, Afternoon sight-seeing begins with Shwenandaw Monastery, noted for its exquisite wood carvings; Kuthodaw Pagoda, whose known as the World’s Biggest Book for its 729 marble stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures. And then continues to Mandalay Hill, a vantage point for a panoramic view of the city and a spectacular sunset view. Going up-hill by car (by truck for groups) and then escalator /elevator to a vantage point for a panoramic view of the city and spectacular sunset view. For the one who likes walking, it is worth to have a stroll up the hill enjoying the panoramic view from different angles. Stay overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
Have your breakfast at the hotel before transfer to the jetty at about 8:00 am. Then take a private boat on the legendary Ayarwaddy River for around 1-hr and visit some amazing monuments of 18th & 19th centuries, such as the huge unfinished Mingun Pahtodawgyi, the world biggest working Mingun Bell dedicated to the gigantic Mingun Paya now known as the world’s biggest pile of bricks! Finally to the beautifully proportioned Myatheindan (Sinbyume) pagoda built to depict the heaven of Buddhist cosmology. Then, continue to Innwa (Ava): sightseeing includes the Maha Aungmyay Bonzan Monastery which was known as “Brick Monastery” or “Okkyaung”, and Bagay Kyaung which was enormous wooden monastery is supported with 267 teak posts, the largest measures 18m in height and 2.7m in circumference. Sightseeing is done by horse-cart due to the road condition, but this is a fascinating way to cover Innwa. Lunch at a local restaurant. Afternoon tour starts to visit Sagaing Hill, which is dotted with pagodas and there are over 500 monasteries, a retreat for some 6000 monks and nuns. From afar, Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda situated on the top of Sagaing hill, Kaungmudaw pagoda which known as a unique and gigantic shape of this pagoda. After touring these tranquil sites, continue to U Bein Bridge, the worlds’ longest and 200-year-old teak bridge. Enjoy a stroll along the bridge and fabulous views of the surrounding farms and steams. Stay overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
Have your breakfast at the hotel before transfer to the jetty at about 8:00 am. Then take a private boat on the legendary Ayarwaddy River for around 1-hr and visit some amazing monuments of 18th & 19th centuries, such as the huge unfinished Mingun Pahtodawgyi, the world biggest working Mingun Bell dedicated to the gigantic Mingun Paya now known as the world’s biggest pile of bricks! Finally to the beautifully proportioned Myatheindan (Sinbyume) pagoda built to depict the heaven of Buddhist cosmology. Then, continue to Innwa (Ava): sightseeing includes the Maha Aungmyay Bonzan Monastery which was known as “Brick Monastery” or “Okkyaung”, and Bagay Kyaung which was enormous wooden monastery is supported with 267 teak posts, the largest measures 18m in height and 2.7m in circumference. Sightseeing is done by horse-cart due to the road condition, but this is a fascinating way to cover Innwa. Lunch at a local restaurant. Afternoon tour starts to visit Sagaing Hill, which is dotted with pagodas and there are over 500 monasteries, a retreat for some 6000 monks and nuns. From afar, Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda situated on the top of Sagaing hill, Kaungmudaw pagoda which known as a unique and gigantic shape of this pagoda. After touring these tranquil sites, continue to U Bein Bridge, the worlds’ longest and 200-year-old teak bridge. Enjoy a stroll along the bridge and fabulous views of the surrounding farms and steams. Stay overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
Have your early breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Mandalay jetty. Embark your express boat (Shwe Keinnary or Malikha) at about 6:30 am and leave Royal Mandalay for Ancient Bagan at 7:00 am. The duration of this boat trip will vary depending on the water level – approx. 8 to 9-hrs from June to November and 10 to 12hrs from December to March. Shortly after leaving Mandalay, the boat will pass Sagaing, a religious sanctuary, studded with numerous glittering stupas, monasteries, && nunneries, and the historic Ava Bridge built by the British in 1934. Then, the boat will pass by the island of Inwa, the ancient capital of Burmese, Shan, && the Mons, with it towering Palace Watchtower, and the remarkable yellowish Menu brick monastery. You will see interesting activities of the local people on this life-line of Myanmar…fishing boats, river sand miners, river villages, cargo boats carrying pottery to rice and cans of edible oil, teakwood barges, and occasional bamboo rafts. The boat will stop at two bigger river towns of Myinmu and Pakkoku where you can observe village people come to sell their regional goods and various seasonal fruits. As you approach the land 11th ~ 13th century’s ancient temples, the riverbanks become higher and you will notice the hills on both banks. Then you’ll see a few of small Bagan era stupas and temples before the bright golden dome of Shwezigon pagoda and a series of towering temple pinnacles here and there dotted along the eastern bank of the river. Welcome to Bagan! You’ll be disembarked at a jetty located closed to the old city and transferred to the hotel. After a brief rest (depending on the time of your visit) at the hotel, you’ll be taken watch an unforgettable beautiful Bagan sunset view with the boat along the heart of Ayeyarwaddy River. Dinner at the local restaurant (Nanda) with Traditional Puppet show and Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
Have your early breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Mandalay jetty. Embark your express boat (Shwe Keinnary or Malikha) at about 6:30 am and leave Royal Mandalay for Ancient Bagan at 7:00 am. The duration of this boat trip will vary depending on the water level – approx. 8 to 9-hrs from June to November and 10 to 12hrs from December to March. Shortly after leaving Mandalay, the boat will pass Sagaing, a religious sanctuary, studded with numerous glittering stupas, monasteries, && nunneries, and the historic Ava Bridge built by the British in 1934. Then, the boat will pass by the island of Inwa, the ancient capital of Burmese, Shan, && the Mons, with it towering Palace Watchtower, and the remarkable yellowish Menu brick monastery. You will see interesting activities of the local people on this life-line of Myanmar…fishing boats, river sand miners, river villages, cargo boats carrying pottery to rice and cans of edible oil, teakwood barges, and occasional bamboo rafts. The boat will stop at two bigger river towns of Myinmu and Pakkoku where you can observe village people come to sell their regional goods and various seasonal fruits. As you approach the land 11th ~ 13th century’s ancient temples, the riverbanks become higher and you will notice the hills on both banks. Then you’ll see a few of small Bagan era stupas and temples before the bright golden dome of Shwezigon pagoda and a series of towering temple pinnacles here and there dotted along the eastern bank of the river. Welcome to Bagan! You’ll be disembarked at a jetty located closed to the old city and transferred to the hotel. After a brief rest (depending on the time of your visit) at the hotel, you’ll be taken watch an unforgettable beautiful Bagan sunset view with the boat along the heart of Ayeyarwaddy River. Dinner at the local restaurant (Nanda) with Traditional Puppet show and Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
After breakfast morning sightseeing tour begins with Shwezigon Pagoda a prototype of later Myanmar stupa. Then, visit the Ananda Temple, an architectural masterpiece resembling a Greek cross and Wetkyi-in Gubyaukkyi Temple with fine mural paintings of Jataka scenes. Then, Stroll around Minnanthu Village to observe the lifestyle of the locals. By viewing some workshops likes sliver wea in nearby Minnanthu village, where you get to appreciate the real meaning of “Hand Made”. All the small details are drawn free hand and it takes months to finish a small item but years for a large one. You won’t really appreciate the workmanship until you see how they do it! Lunch at the local restaurant (Teak House). Afternoon sightseeing tour continues with visits to the highest temple of BaganThatbyinnyu”. Then to Dhammayangyi, a massive temple with the finest brickwork, and Sulamuni temple where you can see fine frescos from 18th century Kone Baung era and it also has a beautiful back round history so make sure you get that. Dinner at the local restaurant (Sunset Garden Restaurant) and Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
After breakfast morning sightseeing tour begins with Shwezigon Pagoda a prototype of later Myanmar stupa. Then, visit the Ananda Temple, an architectural masterpiece resembling a Greek cross and Wetkyi-in Gubyaukkyi Temple with fine mural paintings of Jataka scenes. Then, Stroll around Minnanthu Village to observe the lifestyle of the locals. By viewing some workshops likes sliver wea in nearby Minnanthu village, where you get to appreciate the real meaning of “Hand Made”. All the small details are drawn free hand and it takes months to finish a small item but years for a large one. You won’t really appreciate the workmanship until you see how they do it! Lunch at the local restaurant (Teak House). Afternoon sightseeing tour continues with visits to the highest temple of BaganThatbyinnyu”. Then to Dhammayangyi, a massive temple with the finest brickwork, and Sulamuni temple where you can see fine frescos from 18th century Kone Baung era and it also has a beautiful back round history so make sure you get that. Dinner at the local restaurant (Sunset Garden Restaurant) and Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
After breakfast, we will visit Mt. Popa, an extinct Vocalno with the spectacular views and the birthplace of Myanmar Nats (spirits). At the foot of the mountain, you could observe Nat Shrine contains a display of mannequin-like figures representing the 37 Nat and is a major pilgrimage destination. Stop at a local palm tree plantation and a typical Local Village. This relaxing break will give you the chance to observe the local working life. Lunch at local restaurant (Traditional Cuisine). Bagan is a perfect place to do your own exploration. So we leave you to be on your own today. Take a Bike or Horse cart or simply just walk with your own pace or you can just relax at the hotel to enjoy your holiday with full privacy. Bagan is always amazing! Dinner at the Amata Hotel’ Ayeyarwaddy Fine Dining Restaurant with Traditional Dancing shows and Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
After breakfast, we will visit Mt. Popa, an extinct Vocalno with the spectacular views and the birthplace of Myanmar Nats (spirits). At the foot of the mountain, you could observe Nat Shrine contains a display of mannequin-like figures representing the 37 Nat and is a major pilgrimage destination. Stop at a local palm tree plantation and a typical Local Village. This relaxing break will give you the chance to observe the local working life. Lunch at local restaurant (Traditional Cuisine). Bagan is a perfect place to do your own exploration. So we leave you to be on your own today. Take a Bike or Horse cart or simply just walk with your own pace or you can just relax at the hotel to enjoy your holiday with full privacy. Bagan is always amazing! Dinner at the Amata Hotel’ Ayeyarwaddy Fine Dining Restaurant with Traditional Dancing shows and Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
Have breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Bagan airport. Then, 45minutes flight to Heho by a domestic airline. Afterward, about 2.5hr drive to Pindaya, a small town of Danu, Taungyo, and Bamar lies in one valley of Shan Hills. The road to Pindaya is renowned for its scenic beauties: the landscapes, colorful vegetations, and tribes working in the farms, whole lots of village life to see en route …and it’s quite refreshing with cool & fresh air of all seasons. In Pindaya, you will see a 200-million years old natural limestone caves, filled with over 8,000 of ancient Buddha images in different style and materials. Lunch at local restaurant (Pwint Phyu Restaurant). Before heading back towards the junction town of Aungban and turn west to former British Hill Resort Kalaw, you will see one of the parasol industries in Pindaya. Then, drive to Kalaw will take around 2-hrs. You may take an evening stroll around the cozy old British Hill station to stretch out your legs after a considerably long drive. Dinner at Local restaurant and overnight at hotel in Kalaw.
Have breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Bagan airport. Then, 45minutes flight to Heho by a domestic airline. Afterward, about 2.5hr drive to Pindaya, a small town of Danu, Taungyo, and Bamar lies in one valley of Shan Hills. The road to Pindaya is renowned for its scenic beauties: the landscapes, colorful vegetations, and tribes working in the farms, whole lots of village life to see en route …and it’s quite refreshing with cool & fresh air of all seasons. In Pindaya, you will see a 200-million years old natural limestone caves, filled with over 8,000 of ancient Buddha images in different style and materials. Lunch at local restaurant (Pwint Phyu Restaurant). Before heading back towards the junction town of Aungban and turn west to former British Hill Resort Kalaw, you will see one of the parasol industries in Pindaya. Then, drive to Kalaw will take around 2-hrs. You may take an evening stroll around the cozy old British Hill station to stretch out your legs after a considerably long drive. Dinner at Local restaurant and overnight at hotel in Kalaw.
After breakfast at the hotel and then visit to Kalaw central market where you can find local produce and if lucky enough, you’ll see visiting Palaung people. Then drive to Taunggyi (70km – 2hrs), the capital of Southern Shan State, a former British Hill station founded by Sir George Scott also known by his nom de plume Shwe Yoe. Taunggyi sits on top of a hill of 1,430m (4,690) feet above sea level, it provides a cool break from the heat of the plains. A visit will be made to its bustling central marketplace. Then, drive towards the south on a narrow hilly road for around 2-hrs (38km) passing some breathtaking views of mountains & valleys inhabited with Pa O where they grow garlic, wheat, onions, sesame, Chive, and potatoes. Visit Kakku pagoda complex, covered with an awe-inspiring cluster of 7000 stupas. Then return to Taunggyi, which takes around 1.5 hr from Taunggyi to Nyaungshwe, the gateway town of Inle Lake and then boat transfer to your hotel on the lake.
After breakfast at the hotel and then visit to Kalaw central market where you can find local produce and if lucky enough, you’ll see visiting Palaung people. Then drive to Taunggyi (70km – 2hrs), the capital of Southern Shan State, a former British Hill station founded by Sir George Scott also known by his nom de plume Shwe Yoe. Taunggyi sits on top of a hill of 1,430m (4,690) feet above sea level, it provides a cool break from the heat of the plains. A visit will be made to its bustling central marketplace. Then, drive towards the south on a narrow hilly road for around 2-hrs (38km) passing some breathtaking views of mountains & valleys inhabited with Pa O where they grow garlic, wheat, onions, sesame, Chive, and potatoes. Visit Kakku pagoda complex, covered with an awe-inspiring cluster of 7000 stupas. Then return to Taunggyi, which takes around 1.5 hr from Taunggyi to Nyaungshwe, the gateway town of Inle Lake and then boat transfer to your hotel on the lake.
After breakfast at the hotel, Full day tour on the outrageously beautiful lake by private boat to see a colorful 5-day market where the hill tribes come to exchange their goods with the lake people, On the way, we can see morning market if the day we arrive falls on the scheduled market day. Inle Lake locates 875 meters above the sea level and is the only place you can see unique leg-rowers and floating gardens which are made from lake weeds and mud. During the lake tour, you can enjoy the scenic beauty of the lake, fishing canoes using special methods for fishing and collecting seaweed, lakebed mud to make floating gardens. We will also see a lot of floating gardens on the way to the visit of Nga Phe Chaung monastery (also known as Jumping Cat monastery). After that, going to He Ya Ywa Ma village to see the famous floating market and then proceed to visit the Cheroot making the place and carpenter’s workshop to see how they built a boat. In the late afternoon, visit the most famous Paungdaw Oo Pagoda. Dinner and overnight at a hotel on the lake.
After breakfast at the hotel, Full day tour on the outrageously beautiful lake by private boat to see a colorful 5-day market where the hill tribes come to exchange their goods with the lake people, On the way, we can see morning market if the day we arrive falls on the scheduled market day. Inle Lake locates 875 meters above the sea level and is the only place you can see unique leg-rowers and floating gardens which are made from lake weeds and mud. During the lake tour, you can enjoy the scenic beauty of the lake, fishing canoes using special methods for fishing and collecting seaweed, lakebed mud to make floating gardens. We will also see a lot of floating gardens on the way to the visit of Nga Phe Chaung monastery (also known as Jumping Cat monastery). After that, going to He Ya Ywa Ma village to see the famous floating market and then proceed to visit the Cheroot making the place and carpenter’s workshop to see how they built a boat. In the late afternoon, visit the most famous Paungdaw Oo Pagoda. Dinner and overnight at a hotel on the lake.
After breakfast at the hotel, our tour starts by private boat to visit silk weaving and making lotus fabric of Inle of Inphekhone village which is so popular that you should not miss to see them. Then drive to Loikaw (4hrs), the capital of Kayah State and still remain as an untouched attraction where you can observe traditional ways of life of Kayah national races. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel for check-in. After refreshment, starting city tour and trying local foods like Kayah sausage and Hin Htoke. Then, visiting Kayah Museum to learn the tradition and culture of Kayah and minority. And then drive to Kayah village to visit Kayar House and learn their spiritual belief, after that going to the mysterious lake Htee Pwint Kan, Kan Khunnitsint (7 stage Lake) and then proceed to enjoy panoramic and sunset view from hill of Taungkwe Zeti, it is a famous landmark of Loikaw. Return to hotel and overnight in Loikaw. Note: Kayah Museum is closed on every Monday & Gazette holidays.
After breakfast at the hotel, our tour starts by private boat to visit silk weaving and making lotus fabric of Inle of Inphekhone village which is so popular that you should not miss to see them. Then drive to Loikaw (4hrs), the capital of Kayah State and still remain as an untouched attraction where you can observe traditional ways of life of Kayah national races. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel for check-in. After refreshment, starting city tour and trying local foods like Kayah sausage and Hin Htoke. Then, visiting Kayah Museum to learn the tradition and culture of Kayah and minority. And then drive to Kayah village to visit Kayar House and learn their spiritual belief, after that going to the mysterious lake Htee Pwint Kan, Kan Khunnitsint (7 stage Lake) and then proceed to enjoy panoramic and sunset view from hill of Taungkwe Zeti, it is a famous landmark of Loikaw. Return to hotel and overnight in Loikaw. Note: Kayah Museum is closed on every Monday & Gazette holidays.
After Breakfast, drive to Padaung villages of Pan Pet (CBT project village). Padaung women, sometimes known as ‘long-necked women’ who traditionally wear a great many brass rings around their necks and ankles, starting from the age of six or seven, and added each year. The original purpose was to repel prospective kidnappers. Today only elderly women still wear these rings, as the younger generation no longer follows the tradition. From the road, an easy 45-minute walk on a track brings you to the first village where you’ll see Padaung women. You can also continue another 45 minutes on foot to the next village, depending on the time available and your interest. Return to the car (1½ hours) and drive back to Loikaw and on the way back; stop at the Aung Thapyay Cave which remains as natural limestone’s cave. Then, going to the famous place of Kayhtoeboe, to see the pillars for Kayah traditional festival, and to learn a part of their culture. Then back to hotel and overnight at Loikaw. Dinner at a local restaurant.
After Breakfast, drive to Padaung villages of Pan Pet (CBT project village). Padaung women, sometimes known as ‘long-necked women’ who traditionally wear a great many brass rings around their necks and ankles, starting from the age of six or seven, and added each year. The original purpose was to repel prospective kidnappers. Today only elderly women still wear these rings, as the younger generation no longer follows the tradition. From the road, an easy 45-minute walk on a track brings you to the first village where you’ll see Padaung women. You can also continue another 45 minutes on foot to the next village, depending on the time available and your interest. Return to the car (1½ hours) and drive back to Loikaw and on the way back; stop at the Aung Thapyay Cave which remains as natural limestone’s cave. Then, going to the famous place of Kayhtoeboe, to see the pillars for Kayah traditional festival, and to learn a part of their culture. Then back to hotel and overnight at Loikaw. Dinner at a local restaurant.
After Breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight back to Yangon. On arrival at Yangon airport, your exciting sightseeing tour begins with Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, which is famous for its huge image of a reclining Buddha which is so impressive with handmade glass eyes and detail food prints You will also have the option to visit Kandawgyi Lake walking on the wooden bridge to see the panoramic view to the glittering Shwedagon and Karaweik hall reflection on the lake. and surrounding areas, which offer numerous photo opportunities. Then, shopping at Bogyoke market (Scott market), it is a busy market which was built in 1926 and there have over 2000 shops selling fashion, jewelry and souvenirs. Don’t forget to bargain when you buy jewelry and more importantly, be sure to buy from a licensed shop which can provide you with a certificate so you don’t have a problem with the customs at the airport. After that, back to the hotel and overnight at hotel. Lunch & Dinner at Local restaurant.
After Breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight back to Yangon. On arrival at Yangon airport, your exciting sightseeing tour begins with Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, which is famous for its huge image of a reclining Buddha which is so impressive with handmade glass eyes and detail food prints You will also have the option to visit Kandawgyi Lake walking on the wooden bridge to see the panoramic view to the glittering Shwedagon and Karaweik hall reflection on the lake. and surrounding areas, which offer numerous photo opportunities. Then, shopping at Bogyoke market (Scott market), it is a busy market which was built in 1926 and there have over 2000 shops selling fashion, jewelry and souvenirs. Don’t forget to bargain when you buy jewelry and more importantly, be sure to buy from a licensed shop which can provide you with a certificate so you don’t have a problem with the customs at the airport. After that, back to the hotel and overnight at hotel. Lunch & Dinner at Local restaurant.
After Breakfast, if you still have enough time, you can enjoy your free time somewhere nearby where you can visit some remaining highlights or stroll around the bustling city center on your own (or) transfer to Yangon Intl’ airport for your onward flight. If not, just taking relaxes at the coffee shop or doing last minutes shopping at the airport, but please don’t forget to change back your local money. Money changers in other countries do not handle Myanmar money.
After Breakfast, if you still have enough time, you can enjoy your free time somewhere nearby where you can visit some remaining highlights or stroll around the bustling city center on your own (or) transfer to Yangon Intl’ airport for your onward flight. If not, just taking relaxes at the coffee shop or doing last minutes shopping at the airport, but please don’t forget to change back your local money. Money changers in other countries do not handle Myanmar money.

Service Details

  • 14 nights’ accommodation with Breakfast (DBL sharing)
  • Transfer & Sightseeing with Private A/C coach or car
  • Domestic Airfares
  • Meals (Lunch & Dinner)
  • Express boat from Mandalay – Bagan
  • Entrance fees
  • English Speaking Station/Throughout Guide
  • Welcomed gift with postcard and a traditional souvenir on your arrival.
  • 2 bottles of mineral water and one snow towel per day will be provided
  • Visa fees
  • International flight fare and airport tax
  • Drinks, Tips, Personal expenses, and Insurance
  • Any other item not mentioned in the above service

Tour price is USD 00.00 per person. (Based on Double Sharing for 2 pax)

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