Domestic air ticket (Eco)
6Days 5 Nights
Domestic air ticket (Eco)
0.24 metric tons
Travel Medical Insurance
Boat trip ( inle)
pagoda & Park Entrance Ticket
Tour Code – YST 00007
At the time of your arrival our driver will greet you & assist you with your baggage to the Vehicle and drive you safely to your Hotel.
The name “Yangon” (ရန်ကုန်) is derived from the combination of the Burmese words yan (ရန်) and koun (ကုန်), which mean “enemies” and “run out of”, respectively. This word combination is commonly translated as “End of Strife”.
The city’s colonial era name, “Rangoon”, likely is derived from the Anglicization of the Arakanese pronunciation of “Yangon” which is [rɔ̀ɴɡʊ́ɴ].
After lunch, start with including Chaukhtat Gyi (A Huge Reclining Buddha Image). The Buddha image is 66 metres (217 ft) long, and one of the largest in Burma. The feet of the statue carved the Traditional symbols 108 marks.
Heading to Local Tea Shop for a chance to taste Myanmar sweet tea is the highlight combined with local foods this to me is the most do local food experience while in Yangon.Then Continue to Kandawgyi Park and lake,150 acres (0.1% the size of Lake Geneva) and it’s a 5-mile walk around. The lake is big and beautiful, though small enough to walk around and enjoy from every angle. You’ll find various parks around the lake’s edges, with boardwalks around and across, and could make a visit last as long as you like.
Continue visit the famous Shwedagon Pagoda (its golden stupa is the ‘heart ‘ of Myanmar over 2,500 years old). Enjoy sunset at Pagoda.
Welcome Dinner and culture show at Karaweik Royal Barge, a ‘ hamsa –bird-shaped ‘ floating barge on Kandawgyi (Royal) Lake.
Overnight at Yangon.
In the morning, our guide will transfer to Yangon Airport for domestic flight to Mandalay.You will be pick up from your Mandalay International Airport. The tour will be start with Mahamuni Pagoda, where the big Buddha image is venerated. Mahamuni Pagoda is a Buddhist temple and Mandalay’s most important religious site. The main Buddha image here is more than 3.5 metres high and covered with golf leaf.
Then head to a gold leaf-making factory to find out how this unique substance is made. Afterwards, visit Zaycho market - the largest and most important market in upper Myanmar. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, continue your visit to Royal Palace which is a primary symbol of Mandalay and a major tourist destination. The Mandalay Palace is the last royal palace of the last Burmese monarchy. Then, continue to visit the ‘World’s Biggest Book’; the 729 marbles stone slabs of Buddhist scripture at Kuthodaw Pagoda. You’ll also stop by the Shwenandaw Kyaung (Golden Palace Monastery),a superb traditional wooden building. You’ll see the admire impressive works of Burmese art and intricate wood carvings, Then climb up to the Mandalay Hill to see sunset on the Irrawaddy River and Mandalay City view. Overnight at Mandalay.And transfer to hotel you are staying in Mandalay.
Today, after breakfast at hotel and then drive to the jetty to board a local boat to Mingun, located about 8 miles upriver from Mandalay, is on the opposite bank on the Ayeyarwady River.The first visit begins at the Mingun Pahtotawgyi, an unfinished structure of its famous world largest brick base pagoda. Then visit to the Mya Thein Dan Pagoda and Mingun Bell,it is also where the largest ringing bell in the world.
Mingun Bell weighs 90 tons and is claimed to be the largest well-maintained bell around the world.Stop for lunch at a local restaurant while experiencing the beautiful river and a glimpse of river life.Afterwards, head to Sagaing Hill, a religious center for Buddha devotees. The views across the river and surrounding hills are spectacular.
We will visit Umin Thonesae and Soon Oo Ponya Shin Pagoda overlooking Ayeyarwaddy River. There are many visitors who come here to pay respects and pray at its main Buddha statue. You will visit Sagaing’s local market and discover locally made pottery, silver and other handicrafts. Next, stop at a small pottery village for a demonstration of creating the water pots found throughout Myanmar.
The afternoon’s activities will kick off with a visit to Amarapura, Myanmar’s penultimate royal capital.You’ll stop at a silk weaving workshop known for their exquisite merchandise. Once the sun starts to set, visit to U Bein Bridge.which was built in 1782 and is said to be the longest teakwood bridge worldwide.
U Bein Bridge is one of the most recognizable places in Myanmar, and makes for a great evening trip from Mandalay so you can capture the beauty of its structure at sunset.
As a stunning day comes to an end head back to Mandalay hotel for the night.
In the morning, our guide will transfer to Mandalay Airport for domestic flight to Heho. Upon arrival at Heho Airport and receive a warm greeting from the guide and driver. Then drive to Nayaung Shwe, the enroute to Inle Lake. Our first visit will be Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery which features beautiful carvings and a collection of Buddha Images.
Excursion Inle Lake by private boat with chances to see villages, the unique leg-rowers fishermen and the floating gardens, built up from the strips of water hyacinth and mud and anchored with bamboo poles.We will study Traditional Ways of Fishing, Floating Gardens, Silk Weaving Workshops, Cheroot Making Workshops, Silverware Workshop, Sacred Robe Woven from Lotus Fiber Workshops while interacting with locals to learn more about Inthar Culture.
Continue to visit the jumping cat monastery and the most famous Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda where the Buddha images have been covered in so much gold that they look like balls of solid gold. Stop for lunch on the lake and sample delicious Inthar or Shan dishes.In the afternoon, continue to your hotel.
Overnight at Nayaung Shwe /Inle Lake.
Today, after breakfast at hotel.The hotel for a short rest and escape the extreme heat of the midday sun.Are you a wine lover? Red Mountain Wine Yard is one of the best places to do a Burmese wine tasting with light snacks! Perfect getaway from the city life which will make you indulge your senses. We will take to the banks of the Inle Lake and up into the hills to reach Read Mountain vineyard.
The Red Mountain Estate produces the best wines of the country. Since the beginning, the wines are produced with locally grown grapes. All of the 4000,000 plants haven imported from France and Spain, and the variety chosen after experimentations. It’s a combination of different factors, the cool climate, the soils, the long experience of our French winemaker. The wines are made in the tradition of western wines with all new technologies and modern equipments. The vineyard is perfectly perched on a hill overlooking the lake and the perfect place for sunset.
Taste 4 different wines with a light snack, as you watch the sun glisten on the calm waters of Inle. After this wine experience we’re sure you’ll be ready to discover other Burmese wines by yourself. Overnight at Inle.
After breakfast and hotel check out, transfer to Heho airport for domestic flight to Yangon Airport and continue to your journey.
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