6 days Tour Myanmar: a journey to Myanmar is to experience a gentle land of incredible scenic and cultural diversity, Myanmar’s rich landscapes are home to fabulous archaeological ruins and smiling, friendly people, some of the most breathtaking temple architecture in Asia, The last Myanmar Kingdom, Mandalay and the fascinating lakeside communities on Lake Inle, […]
6 days Tour Myanmar: a journey to Myanmar is to experience a gentle land of incredible scenic and cultural diversity, Myanmar’s rich landscapes are home to fabulous archaeological ruins and smiling, friendly people, some of the most breathtaking temple architecture in Asia, The last Myanmar Kingdom, Mandalay and the fascinating lakeside communities on Lake Inle, whose floating gardens and ageless traditions recall a time long past.
You are warmly welcome to Myanmar, Golden Land! Upon arrival at the Yangon International Airport, you will be greeted by our representative, guide and transferred to your hotel. On the way you will realise the quickly changing of our country with in a few years. Yangon is still Green Garden city and the commercial center and biggest city of Myanmar.
After check in at your hotel and a brief freshening up we will begin your tour of the city. Afternoon observe the witness the riches Colonial city in the Southeast Asia by walk through a bit in the city center to reach Sule pagoda with Mon architecture adjacent Yangon City Hall, Independent Monument. By doing so you will find the taste of Myanmar culture, traditions and the friendly people.
After introducing of tour of downtown we will begin to see the highlights of the city. We will start off by visiting the Chaukhtetgyi reclining Buddha image with 72 meter long. Sule Pagoda and around Yangon City center to see Independent Monument, City Hall, High Court. At the last sight you will just say “wow” and it will leave a lifelong impression in the Shwedagon Pagoda in the last and best of the day served in the late evening which is the chance to experience this surprising Golden Pagoda before sunset to have more atmosphere will makes you remarkable for the lifelong.
After the first impression of the trip, transfer then to Bus Terminal to lead to Bagan by night express bus. ( At least 30 minute ahead check in before departure ).
In the second day you will early morning arrive Bagan Bus Terminal and you will be welcome by the local station English speaking guide to discover the riches archaeological site in Southeast with two thousands over pagodas and temples and other religious monuments as main hub for Buddhist studies. Upon arrival at Bagan you will let you acknowledge why we let you visit Bagan to the 11st century.
As soon as arriving starts the studying in the local market to see real rural life. As there are so many pagodas and temples in Bagan, it is impossible to see all but you will be assures insider picks up the most outstanding and important temples which are Shwezigon pagoda of 11th century that is the prototype of Myanmar later stupas, Wetgyi Inn Gubyaukgyi with fine mural painting, Htilominlo temple for the beautiful plaster carving. Your guide will let you know all the different aspects, architectural styles, and history of each temple visited.
In the late afternoon, visit Ananda Temple, Dhammayangyi temple, Laquerorwear workshop in the new Bagan. Then enjoy the sunset from the ancient pagoda. Check in your hotel in the afternoon.
After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport for domestic flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival to Mandalay airport drive to Mahagandayon, a famous Buddhist monastery, where more than a thousand monks live and study. Visit a traditional hand-woven silk workshop before proceeding to the experience the sights and sounds of Mandalay including a major arts and crafts center.
A visit to Kalaga tapestry craftsmen’s shop and marble stone carving before the most revered religious monuments in Myanmar, Mahamuni Buddha Image and Gold leaf beating. Afternoon of the day Golden Palace Monastery, a superb example of a traditional wood work and Kuthodaw pagoda known as the world’s largest book, made of marble before proceeding to Mandalay hill for the panoramic landscape of the city for sunset viewing.
Early morning you are transferred to Mandalay airport after breakfast in your hotel for the flight to Heho. Upon arrival you are greeted with the fair weather because the elevation of Shan plateau is roughly 1000 meter above sea level and drive to Inle lake which takes about 1 hour to reach to the Inle lake where it will take you through the lush green Shan Hill and fascinating landscapes along the road. And then board on your long tail boat excursion on the lake by passing the canal.
Then the boat heads you on the 22 km long lake with unusual rowing their boat with their leg and fishing on it. You will see blue sky mountains and the amazing beauty of the lake. Visit floating gardens, floating villages, Nga Phe Chaung monastery, Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda – the most venerable pagoda on the lake. the Lotus fabric and silk weaving which is one of the main local product.Transfer to the hotel & check in. Overnight in Inle Lake.
Today excursion to off shore of Inle Lake to Shwe Inn Dain in the west of the lake by boat along the canal. Your boat will jump up where the bamboo block the water which is shallow for the running the boat.
Shwe Inn Dain is treasure of historical heritage with the one thousand over pagodas on the small hill lock. After that transfer to Nyaung Shwe by boat to drive to Heho airport for the flight to Yangon. Upon arrival you are transferred to Hotel.
In the morning walk in Indian quarter and visit Bogyoke Market ( Note: every on Monday closed )for the memorable souvenirs that comes from all over the country for your closed friends as final chance.
This market will make your head spin with all of the different items to look at. The 6 days tour Myanmar will be end of your experience trip to Myanmar and see you off to Yangon International Airport.
Imagine floating over thousand-year old pagodas and the mighty Ayeyarwaddy river, watching the sun rise slowly from the distant mountains. This wonder lasts about one hour and takes off daily from October through to end of March. There are no age restrictions about who is allowed on board. Passengers should be fit enough to climb in and out of the platform and be able to stand for about an hour. Young children, disabled persons and pregnant women may be limited to very calm weather conditions.