Yangon-Mandalay-Bagan-Yangon (6 Days / 5
PLG Tours Modules:
Mandalay – Bagan - Yangon
- Myanmar Deluxe Tour will give you more experience in observing the culture ,
history, arts & crafts, Leisure, Shopping of three major destination Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay in Myanmar by traveling in only 6 days.
- It is a pleasant journey by travelling with the train which attach with bed
at first class from Yangon to Mandalay, one can see the ways of Myanmar people
ways of life and the scenic beauty of Myanmar
paddy fields through the windows aside of Railway line.
- One can enjoy Myanmar's bloodline, Ayeyarwaddy River
and its scenery by down
stream with ferry boat from Mandalay to Ancient Archeological site, Bagan.
- One can enjoy the most delicious Myanmar
traditional meals or Shan food or Chinese Food at
your dinner as your choice.
- Enjoy the Welcoming Dinner with cultural show at Karaweik Royal Berge on
Day 1Welcome on arrival Yangon by Evening
Flight. Transfer to hotel and dinner at Shan Restaurant.
Stay overnight at hotel, Yangon.
After breakfast at hotel, depart to Mandalay by
flight. On the way to Mandalay, visit Amarapura, an
ancient capital from 11km south of Mandalay and U Bein
Bridge - 1.2 km long over 200 years old wooden bridge
built over Taungthaman Lake , Mahagandayon Monastery -
home to several thousand young monks as a center for
monastic study and strict religious discipline,and Silk
weaving home cottage. Then continue to Mandalay and
check in the hotel. Lunch is good local restaurant.
Late afternoon, visit Mahamuni Pagoda- home to
Mandalay's holiest Buddha statue, 12.5ft high-seated
image, which is heavily overlaid with gold. Visit to
Marble stone carving workshops, Bronze casting
workshops, Puppet Shop, Tapestry work-shop, Wood carving
and making showroom, Gold leaf beating workshop.
Continue to Mandalay Palace, Shwenandaw Monastery -
known for its traditional wooden carvings, Atumashi
Monastery, Kuthodaw Pagoda- known as the World's Biggest
Book for its 729 marble slabs inscribed with the whole
Buddhist scriptures, and enjoy the sunset view from the
Mandalay Hill. Dinner will be Thai or Chinese food at
local restaurant. Stay overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
After breakfast, sightseeing trip to picturesque and
peaceful Sagaing Hills across the Ayeyarwaddy
River,covered with numerous pagodas and monasteries,and
hence well known as a retreat for Buddhist devotees.
Continue to Khaung Hmu Daw, huge dome-shaped pagoda, a
copy of the Mahazedi Pagoda in Srilanka. On the return
journey, visit the silver and pottery workshops at Ywa
Htaung and Oo Bo villages. Lunch at a local restaurant.
After lunch, a boat-trip on the Ayeyarwaddy River to
Mingun about 11Km (1 hour) upriver from Mandalay. Visits
to Mingun Bell, claimed to be the largest ringing bell
in the world; Mya Thein Tan Pagoda, in memorial to the
late Queen Sin Byu Me and the unfinished Mingun Temple,
which could be the world's largest brick Pagoda if it
was finished. Return to Mandalay. Dinner and overnight
Day 4After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to
jetty for leaving Mandalay to Bagan by boat. Evening
arrive Bagan, transfer to hotel. Dinner with puppet show
at local restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Bagan.
Day 5 After breakfast at the hotel,
sightseeing in Bagan, capital of the first Myanmar
Empire; one of the richest archaeological sites in
South-east Asia. Tour highlights are Nyaung Oo Market,
Shwezigon Pagoda - one monument among the four main
significant buildings of Bagan which was built by King
Anawrahta in the early 11th century, Thatbyinnyu Temple,
the highest white stucco Temple of omniscience and
dating from 1144, Htilominlo Temple - the last Bamar
style temple built in Bagan with old mural painting,
Ananda Temple, a white washed masterpiece of Mon
architecture which has four huge Buddha Images in
standing position and relieves depicting the Buddha from
his birth to his Enlightenmen.
Continuing visit to lacquer - ware making home cottage
to watch craft men skillfully making this most famous
Bagan handicrafts, Dhamayangyi, Bagan's most massive
templedating from 1170 which is famous for its
interlocking brickwork without mortar, Shwesandaw Pagoda
- the graceful circular stuppa built by King Anawrahta
after his conquest of Thaton in 1057, Manuha Temple-
built in the Mon Style from the 1059, Nanpaya Temple-
said to be the place of King Manuha's palace site with
intricate sand stone carvings, Myinkaba Gubyaukgyi-
known for its mural painting depicting scenes from
Jakata which was built in 1113 by Kyanzittha's son
Rajakumar, on his father's death. Then transfer to
Nyaung Oo airport and depart to Yangon by donestic
flight. Arrive at Yangon and transfer to hotel. Dinner
at local restaurant and overnight in Yangon.
After breakfast at the hotel, visit to Shwedagon
Pagoda - over 2500 years old and one of the world's most
spectacular religious monuments, Chaukhtatgyi- a huge
reclining Buddha Image, Bogyoke Market (formerly name,
the Scott Market) where hundreds of stalls for gems &
jewelry, arts & crafts souvenir shopping center.
Transfer to Yangon International Airport for departure
by evening flight.