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Myanmar  Tour > Legacy of Myanmar:  9 Days / 8 Nights

Legacy of Myanmar:  9 Days / 8 Nights
Yangon (1) – Inle Lake (2) - Mandalay (1)– Popa (1) - Bagan (2) – Yangon (1)

 
Day 1: Arrival Yangon   (LD)
On your arrival at Yangon international air port, welcome and transfer to your hotel. After having a short rest, walk in the Yangon bustling streets, see the colossal Reclining Buddha Image (Chaukhtatgyi – Myanmar second largest) and visit one of the world’s wonder Shwedagon Pagoda. 
Lunch and Dinner at hotel.
Overnight at your hotel in Yangon.
 
Day 2: Yangon / Inle Lake   (BLD)
Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to the airport for a mid morning flight to Heho. On arrival transfer to Nyaung Shwe through scenic Shan plateau. Visit Shweyanpyay monastery and Shan prince’s palace.  Continue by boat to your hotel in Inle lake. Afternoon visit floating gardens of tomatoes and chilly, and see the afternoon activities of this hard working villagers. Overnight at your hotel on the Lake.
Lunch at a local restaurant.
Dinner at hotel.
Overnight at your hotel. 
 
Day 3: Inle Lake    (BLD)
Breakfast at hotel. Full day excursion on the lake:  one of the village’s market day, Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the Intha floating villages and their traditional fishing technique, and their cottage industries – such as blacksmith, silversmith, cigar making, silk and lotus weaving, bamboo umbrella and paper making, etc, Nga Phe Chaung Monastery housing the most beautiful Shan style thrones and Buddha Images. Return to your hotel in the late afternoon.
Lunch at a local restaurant during the visit.
Dinner at hotel
Overnight at your hotel.
 
Day 4:  Inle Lake / Mandalay (BLD)
Breakfast at hotel. Morning transfer to the airport for a flight to Mandalay. On arrival transfer to Inwa one of the ancient capital of Myanmar kings since 15th century. Climb up the 19th century Nan Myint Tower to see the view of old city wall and mote, walk through the compound of Menu Okkyaung –  a 19th century fine masonry monastery,  see the huge teak posts of Bagaya Monastery – another 19th century wooden building but still serves as an active monastery with learning kids and teaching chef monk. Proceed to Mandalay for check in at your hotel. Afternoon visit the Myanmar’s last royal city:  Shwenandaw Monastery – to see masterpiece of 19th century royal woodcarving, and Kuthodaw Pagoda – which enshrined 729 marble slabs of Buddhist scriptures, Mahamuni Buddha Image – the most revered Image in Myanmar covered in 2cm thick of gold leaf, Shwe Inn Bin monastery – fine teak wood carving, gold leaf making workshop, and embroidery (kalaka) making.  Sunset view from the Mandalay Hill.
Lunch at a local restaurant.
Dinner at hotel.
Overnight at your hotel. 
 
Day 5 :Mandalay / Popa  (BLD)
Breakfast at hotel. Morning transfer to Amarapura an ancient capital of Myanmar Kings during 18th and early 19th century to have an extraordinary experience of Myanmar Theravada Buddhism in Mahagandayon Monastery where more than a thousand of monks live. Have a walk on the 200 years old U Bein Bridge built across the Taung Thaman lake with the support of hundreds of teak wood posts. Enjoy the local people picnic spot where tea shops are laid down under the shady big trees on the shore of the lake.  Then continue drive to Mt. Popa, the home of 37 Nats. See the typical Middle Myanmar villages and their farms en route. Arrive Mt. Popa National Park in the late afternoon.
Picnic lunch.
Dinner at hotel.
Overnight at your hotel.
 
Day 6 : Popa / Bagan (BLD)
Breakfast at hotel. Morning climb the 775 steps to the Pagodas at the top of Mt. Popa to see the views of forests and the surrounding low country.  Continue an hour drive to Bagan with stop along the way to visit a small village and its toddy palm and palm sugar industry. Arrive in Bagan in the late morning. Afternoon visit Ananda Temple – the most beautiful temple in Bagan, Ananda Okkyaung – 17th century mural painting, and the Saraba gate – 9th century masonry city gate, Dammayangi – the Bagan’s most massive temple, sunset view from a temple’s terrace or optional horse cart ride among the temples during sunset. 
Lunch at hotel.
Puppet show and Dinner at a local restaurant.
Overnight at your hotel.
 
Day 7:Bagan (BLD)

Breakfast at hotel. Optional sunrise view from a temple terrace. Full day visit of a 11th to 13th century Archaeological Zone: visit Nyaung Oo colorful local market, Shwezigon Pagoda – proto type of Myanmar stupa, Gubyauk Gyi Temple– 13th century finest mural paintings, Htilominlo Temple – later type of Bagan temple with the finest stucco carving, Mingaba village’s Gubyaukgyi Temple – early type of Bagan temples with well preserved 12th century fine mural paintings, Manuha and Nan Phayar Temple – one of the two sand stone temples in Bagan, proceed to New Bagan to see the lacquer ware workshops before having a lunch at a local restaurant on the Ayeyarwaddy River bank. Afternoon visit  Dhamayarzaka – one of the few stupas with 5 entrances in Bagan, Minanthu village and its temples -  Phayar Thonezu and Nandamanya temple – 13th century finest mural paintings,  then have a sunset view from a temple terrace or optional sunset cruise on the Ayeyarwaddy River.
Lunch at a local restaurant
Dinner at hotel.
Overnight at your hotel. 
 
Day 8 : Bagan  / Yangon  (BLD)

Breakfast at hotel. Morning transfer to the airport for a morning flight to Yangon. On arrival Yangon transfer to your hotel after a visit of Naga Glass factory where all the glass wares are made by hands.  Afternoon visit famous Bogyoke Aung San Market where one can find all kinds of everything from Myanmar exotic snack to precious Mogok Rubies, and enjoy yourself among the city people’s shopping.  Continue visit the spice market in Indian town, inter-connecting with the shop keepers who eager to show you their numerous kinds of goods. From there walk ten minutes to bustling China town to see the oldest Chinese temple in town, and stroll around the China town’s famous food streets.
Lunch at a local restaurant.
Dinner at hotel.
Overnight at your hotel.
 
Day 9: Yangon Departure (B)
Breakfast at hotel. Free  of leisure until transfer to the airport for your international departure flight.
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Hotel Category

  Superior Deluxe
Yangon Thamada (superior)

Kandawgyi Palace Hotel (superior)r)

Governor’s Residence (deluxe)

Inelake Paradise Nyaung Shwe (superior) Golden Island Cottages Inle Princess Resort (chalet)
Mandalay Emerald Land Inn (standard) Mandalay City Hotel (superior) Sedona Hotel (deluxe)
Popa Mount

 

Popa Mountain Resort (superior) Popa Mountain Resort (deluxe) Popa Mountain Resort (deluxe)
Bagan Mya Yi Nandar (Superior) Thande (deluxe) Thiripyitsaya Sakura (deluxe Garden View)
 
Price includes:
Price excludes:

§         Transfers and transportation by private A/C vehicle

§         Services as mentioned in the itinerary (Tours – Excursions – Entrance fees – Boats fare)

§         English or French or German speaking Guide throughout the tour 

§         Domestic flights and domestic airport taxes 

§         Accommodation with breakfast in twin sharing as per your choice

§         Meals as mentioned in the itinerary

§         Baggage handling in airports and hotels

§         1 foc  in twin sharing  room for every group of 15 paying adult, in single room over 30 paying adult.

§         Visa fees

§         International flights

§         International Airport Tax ( 10 US$ per person in Yangon )

§         Services not mentioned in the itinerary

§         Drinks, and personal expenses

 


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