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 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.
DAY 02: Golden Rock – Bago – 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 Burmese capital and the site of world’s tallest stupa Shwemawdaw soaring at 114m. Along the way, it is interesting to see the countryside view of paddy fields and plantations. Then, going to Shwemawdaw Pagoda, one of the most important pagodas in Myanmar which is built in Mon style. Another high light of Bago, the excavation and restoration site of 16th-century palace Kanbawzathadi built by King Bayint Naung is also a place worth to see. Then a short visit to Shwethalyaung Buddha Image, the old reclining Buddha since 994 A D. And then drive back to Yangon, on the way you can see the four gigantic sitting Buddhas in Mon style known as Kyaik Pun Pagoda. Drive back to Yangon and overnight in Yangon.
Tour price is USD 00.00 per person. (Based on Double Sharing for 2 pax)
Accommodation with breakfast
Transfer & sightseeing with private A/C car or coach.
English speaking guide fee
Local truck/palanquin fees at Kyaikhtiyo
2 bottles of mineral water and one snow towel per day will be provided
Visa fees for Myanmar
Meals (Lunch & dinner)
Drinks, Tips, Personal expenses, and Insurance
Any other item not mentioned in service includes
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