Start from 211 USD per day or less
3 Days 2 Nights
Start from 211 USD per day or less
Regional Guide ( English)
0.22 metric tons of CO2
Travel Medical Insurance
Local Community Activities
Yangon to Twante Boat Trip
Park & Museum Entrance Ticket
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" (ရန္ကုန္) is derived from the combination of the Burmese words yan (ရန္) and koun (ကုန္), 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.
Day – 2 Yangon – Kyaikthalae Village ( Twante)
On arrival into to Kyaikthalae villag, this morning guests will receive a warm welcome at the community lodge. A talk will then be provided by the community leader to explain more about the village and the people the project currently supports.
This will be followed by lunch and an exploration of the village. This will be a great opportunity to learn about local industry, including bamboo basket waving and sewing. Dinner will be provided at the community lodge.
Overnight at the Community Lodge
Day 3 – Twante - Yangon
Start the day with by making a food offering to the local monks as they go about collecting their alms. After carrying out your day’s “good Deed “, we will then return to the Community Lodge for breakfast.
Shortly after, we will explore the fields of the local farming community to learn about the creation of natural fertilizer, the cultivation of crops and poultry farming. Assuming you’ve worked up an appetite, we will then a Myanmar cooking class,using some of the produce sourced from the field. For those we do not wish to join this, or have not worked up an appetite, it will be possible to take part in a tree planting initiative. Lunch will be served at the village.
After lunch you can drive to the Phayargyi, where it will be possible to learn about traditional pottery making techniques at the long village’s 15th century kiln site. Should you wish, we will later stop off at the Mingalar monastic school to greet the children.
During your visit, it will be possible for you to hand over the vegetables sourced from the bio-garden to make sure they enjoy a nutritious meal. On the way to Twante, it is possible to stop off at the century old Hindu temple at San Village. If you are still interest to learn even more about traditional pottery making techniques, the Twante pottery village can also be visited on your way back to Yangon.
At the time of your departure Our Guide will Drop you from your desired hotel in Yangon or Yangon International Airport.
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