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Yangon| | Bagan | Mandalay | Heho | Taunggyi | Nyaungshwe

About Trip
Myanmar is regularly touted as ‘what Southeast Asia used to be’. The main reasons why it’s worth to travel to Myanmar is that it’s probably one of the less-visited places in South East Asia. Most tourist that are visiting this region, choose other countries like Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, and Malaysia. It’s so refreshing to explore the rural areas where you can see the everyday life of local people.

With a very devoted community and a soothing vibe throughout the country, Myanmar should be on your must-visit list in Asia for the unique experience it offers to its visitors. With world famous Pagodas and temples, the country has many places to visit and things to do. Myanmar, the land of the Golden Pagodas is a known term all around the world because that it itself establishes how big a deal it is in the Buddhist community. With its exuberant crowd and an amazing cultural journey, Myanmar is sure to make you feel at peace within yourself and who knows, even discover a new part of yourself. 


Day 1: Arrival at Yangon Airport

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan

Day 3: Bagan – Mandalay

Day 4: Day Excursion to Amarapura – Inwa – Sagaing

Day 5: Mandalay – Heho / Transfer to Inle

Day 6: Nyaungshwe – Taunggyi

Day 7: Taunggyi – Nyaungshwe

Day 8: Heho – Yangon

Day 9: Yangon Sightseeing

Day 10: Yangon Departure

Day 1 Arrival At Yangon Airport (Myanmar)

Upon arrival in Yangon International Airport, meet & greet by our Tour Guide and then get transferred to hotel (Checking- in time is 1400 hrs). Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon, is still relatively quiet and charming city. Its aggressive colonial and spiritual heritage makes Yangon one of the most fascinating and authentic capitals of South-East Asia.

Visit Botataung Pagoda, a famous landmark on Yangon’s waterfront where one can see Buddha's hair relic and Pandodan Jetty to see people coming and going for work from either side of Yangon River. Then, enjoy a short walk to the wonderful 100 year old Strand Hotel which opened in 1901. Afterwards, continue to Sule Pagoda, the central mark of Yangon, Maha Bandoola Park with Independence Monument, located at the heart of the city.

 In the afternoon, continue to visit Chaukhtatkyi; a colossal reclining Buddha and Bogyoke market which is housed in a beautiful colonial building built in 1926 and named after James George Scott (a British civilian who introduced the football in the country) with more than 2000 shops selling all kinds of products.

Enjoy the night market with a significantly different atmosphere; take a look at the famous 19th Street filled with restaurants and beer stations.

v  Overnight in Yangon.

Day 2 Yangon To Bagan (0715-0835 Hrs/ Morning Flight)

After breakfast, you will be transferred to airport for flight to Bagan. On arrival at Nyaung Oo airport, the day is spent exploring the town including colourful Nyaung Oo local market, Shwezigon Pagoda; a prototype of later Myanmar stupa. Then, visit to Wetkyi-in Gubyaukkyi Temple with fine mural paintings of Jataka scenes.  Afternoon sightseeing tour continues to Ananda Temple, the Myinkabar village which we can study about the lacquerware, Manuha Temple with gigantic Buddha images, a captive king's impression of life in prison; Nanpaya, an Early-style temple with the finest stone carvings. View sunset at one of the famous pagodas. 

v  Overnight in Bagan. 

Note: 1. It is recommended to carry your own torchlight to see mural paintings in detail as electricity fluctuation is regular.

2. In Bagan there are more than 2000 temples & stupas. It is difficult to cover all temples within the limited time span. Therefore, we have carefully selected only some major temples for you in order to avoid a hectic schedule. But if you would like to see more temples, you may inform your guide or driver so that they can try their best to manage the time accordingly.

3. As an optional service, guests can enjoy Bagan by riding horse cart; the classic way to visit interesting sites or by biking the surrounding area of Bagan; as Bagan is considered as one of the best biking destinations in the country. These are the best optional ways where you can have fun and stay active as you explore the villages and learn more about the locals.

Day 3 Bagan To Mandalay (0805-0835 Hrs/ Morning Flight)

After breakfast, you are transferred to the airport for flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival, meet with our escort and then proceed to city center of Mandalay. (Mandalay was the last capital for Burmese kings, it is still a famous capital for trading with China and it is well known for variety of handicrafts like stone carving, wood carving, bronze casting, embroidery, silk and weaving.)

Afterwards, visit the Gold foil making workshop after which, proceed to hotel for check in.

After refreshment, sightseeing begins with Shwenandaw Monastery, an original building of King’s palace which is famous for exquisite wood carvings. Later, visit the Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the World's Largest Book made of large marble tablets with Buddhist scriptures inscribed on them in gold. Lastly, continue to Mandalay Hill, reach till the vantage point by escalator/elevator for a panoramic view of the city and spectacular sunset view. Return to hotel for overnight stay. 

Overnight in Mandalay

Day 4 Day Excursion To Amarapura – Inwa – Sagaing

After breakfast at the hotel, our guide will greet you after which you will proceed to Amarapura, which also means City of Immortality in Pali language. The city of Amarapura was founded in 1783 AD.

Visit Mahagandhayon monastery, the largest teaching monastery in Myanmar. Daily at around 1030 hours, about 700 monks queue up for their last meal (lunch) of the day. Mahagandhayon doesn’t fascinate tourists by its majestic beauty but by its peace. This monastery is famous for its strict religious disciplines. The young monks must learn 227 steps required of the monks.

Afterwards, enjoy the great serenity of 1.2 km long U Bein wooden Bridge, built since 1782 with over 1700 huge teak pillars, is one of the worth visiting sites over Taung Tha Man lake that will give you an enchanting experience.

Later, drive to Inwa (also known as Ava); a historical capital founded by King Thado Minbya in 1364. You can visit the Maha Aungmye Bonzan Monastery by horse cart. This monastery is a fine example of Myanmar masonry art and architecture, as well as it was called Mainu Brick Monastery and old watch tower.

Lastly, enjoy the sightseeing to Ywataung Village, well-known for its silver craftsmen; visit the Kaunghmudaw Pagoda, an enormous solid dome-shaped pagoda on the picturesque Sagaing Hills that offers panoramic view of the valleys and a retreat for Buddhist saints. Drive back to Mandalay for overnight stay.


v  Overnight in Mandalay.

Day 5 Mandalay To Heho (0840-0910 Hrs/ Morning Flight)/ Transfer To Inle

After breakfast at the hotel, morning transfer to the airport for flight to Heho. Upon arrival, our guide will meet you to take you for Inle Lake sightseeing by private boat with unique leg-rowers. Enjoy the scenic beauty, witness the fishing canoes using special methods for fishing and collecting seaweed, lakebed mud etc. to make floating gardens. Afterwards, you will visit the well-known Nga Phe Chaung monastery, the most famous Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda. Later, transfer to Nyaungshwe which is the principal town near Inle Lake.

v  Overnight in Nyaungshwe.

Day 6 Nyaungshwe To Taunggyi (30 Km / 1 Hr) / Excursion To Kakku

After breakfast at the hotel, morning drive to Taunggyi (30 km / 1 hour) and continue for about another hour, to Kakku. Visit the magnificent Kakku Pagoda complex of over 2000 stupas which has just recently been opened for foreign visitors. Unknown Shan Buddha images of various sizes are kept on the wall of the small & shallow Htan-Pha-Ya cave. Visit a typical Pa’O village and enjoy the plantation walks as you lose yourself to the nature. On the way back to Taunggyi, visit Shwe Phone Pwint Pagoda, Sulamani Pagoda & Myo Ma Market.

For Ballon Festival Season: Visit the Balloon festival ceremony in Taunggyi later in the evening. 

v  Overnight in Taunggyi.

Day 7 Taunggyi To Nyaungshwe / Excursion To Vineyard

After breakfast at the hotel, visit the Aye Tharyar Vineyard. In the evening, back to Nyaung Shwe where Inle lake is situated.  

Overnight in Nyaungshwe

Day 8 Indein- Heho / Yangon by 7Y-151 (17:30-18:40am)

After breakfast at the hotel, your guide will meet you after which you will be taken for private boat tour to the Ywama village to visit the weaving factory. Afterwards, visit the Indein Village; the hidden treasure of Inle lake. Here you will witness the Shwe Indein pagoda complex that is newly open to International travelers where you will be totally amazed to see the ruined stupas from as early as 13th century.  On the way to the pagoda, you will enjoy the beauty of the nature, the vegetable gardens, children and child monks enjoying their morning bath in the clear stream, water buffaloes and people working in the paddy fields etc. After a nice stroll around the pagoda complex, walk back along the bamboo forest. Afterwards, head to airport to fly back to Yangon. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel.

v  Overnight in Yangon.

Day 9 Yangon Sightseeing

After breakfast, our guide will greet you and take you for a short visit to the Kaba Aye (World Peace) Pagoda and the Mahapasana Cave, where the sixth Buddhist synod took place.

Afterwards, visit the Kyauktawgyi Pagoada which has one of the biggest marble Buddha images in Myanmar with a height of 37ft (11m) and a weight of weighs over 600 tons.

Later, stroll through the Bogyoke (Scott’s) market, the city’s busiest and mostly lively bazar with  more than 2000 shops selling all kinds of products, but of special mention is the beautiful exotic “Shan Bag” velvet slippers, lacquerware, gems shops and all sorts of handicraft.

Next, your guided tour goes to Kandawgyi Park, one of central Yangon’s greenest spots & a great spot for taking photos. Here you will see the glittering Karaweik barge, a replica of the royal barge, and the vast lake with views of Shwedagon in the background. Depending on the day of your visit, Kandawgyi may be busy with local families who come here on the weekend to relax in the fresh air. Later, transfer to your hotel to spend rest of the evening at leisure.

Note: Bogyoke Market is closed on every Monday. 

v  Overnight in Yangon.

Day 10 Yangon Departure

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Yangon airport for your return journey.

                        *** Tour ends with sweet memories ***


Festival Notes:

? Balloon Festival is celebrated only in the city of Taunggyi during the month of November.

? Phaung Daw Oo  Or Hpaung Daw U Festival is the festival that is celebrated in Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda during October month in Inle Lake area.

? Water Festival is the New Year’s celebration in Myanmar and many other South Asian countries. Locally, it is known as Thingyan Festival in Myanmar and is celebrated in April.



* Price is per person in USD.

* The price will be affected with change in group size .

* Christmas & New year eve have compulsory dinner fee will be added.


? Accommodation with breakfast (Twin or double sharing basis). 

? Transfer & sightseeing (by air conditioned Private Saloon, Super Custom van or Toyota HiAce).

? Domestic airfares for YGN-NYU, NYU-MDL, MDL-HEH & HEH-YGN.

? Entrance fees as per program.

? Private boat fees for Inle lake & Indein.

? English speaking guide (Different guide in each city).

? 2 bottle mineral water and one snow towel will be provided throughout the trip on car.


1) International Airfare.
2) Visa.
3) Any meals other than those mentioned above.
4) Drinks or Mineral Water beyond what is supplied.
5) Any Airfare.
6) Seasonal Hotel Surcharges may applicable.
7) Peak season surcharge if applicable.
8) Early check-in or late check-out privilege.
9) Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.

At the time of booking, we need the tourist's passport names along with the arrival and departure flight details.
We mandatorily require PAN card copies/ Aadhar card copies/ passport & VISA copies (of TRAVELLERS).


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