|Tour Package :||
Amazing Oriental Classic Tour
|Tour Code :||AOC 005|
|Coverage :||Yangon-Bagan-Poppa –Sale- Bagan -Mandalay-Inle Lake -Yangon|
|Arrival/Departure :||From/To Yangon|
|English Speaking Licensed Tour Guide (Escort or Regional)|
Day (2) Yangon- Bagan
Day (3) Bagan –Poppa – Salay-Bagan by Land
Day (4) Bagan
Day (5) Bagan- Mandalay-Mingun
Day (6) – Mandalay – Amarapura – Ava – Mandalay
Day (7) Mandalay – Heho by Flight – Vist Inle Lake
Day (8) Excursion Indine- Heho- Yangon
Day (9) Yangon departure -
Upon arrival, our guide will welcome you holding a banner that your name on it
Then we will visit to World largest Marble Buddha Image (Law Ka Chantar Abaya Laba Muni) and explore the Royal White Elephant camp. Then we will move to the Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda which is the fourth largest colossal reclining image in Myanmar and is 67m long. Lunch at Local Restaurant . After Lunch transfer to hotel for check in , Late afternoon - Firstly we will go to the Botahtaung Pagoda which is located at the bank of Yangon River, then to the Sule Pagoda which is the city center of Yangon to see the bustling life of Burmese people, City Hall and the ancient colonial buildings... In the evening, we will visit the most magnificent and spectacular religious edifice, Shwedagon Pagoda before the sun set and enjoys the elegant stupa while it changes the shining of gold in different tones according to the radiant of the setting of sun. then move to China town where seasonable fruits are available .Then we will enjoy the dinner at a good local Restaurant. Stay overnight at the hotel in Yangon.
After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to the Yangon airport for the departure to Nyaung U (Bagan). After arrival to Nyaung U (Bagan) airport, meet and welcome by our guide at the airport. Bagan, an ancient city and a birth-place of Myanmar culture, located on the banks of the Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) River, is home to the largest and densest concentration of Buddhist temples, pagodas, stupas and ruins in the world with many dating from the 11th and 12th centuries. The shape and construction of each building is highly significant in Buddhism with each component part taking on spiritual meaning.Visit to Nyaung Oo Market to obserb many goods of centre Myanmar.Then move to Shwe Zi Gone Pagoda, Gubyaukgyi Temple (Wetkyi-In) with its wall painting depicting senses from the Jakatas (Life stories of Buddha), Htilominlo Temple Then lunch at the local restaurant. After lunch, you can see traditional lacquer wear work shop. Then visit to the largest temple in Bagan, this is one of the famous temples because of its imposing structure from the outside, and its even more majestic and imposing hallways inside. Long, narrow corridors with an extremely high ceiling welcome you inside Dhamma Yan Gyi Temple. In the evening you can enjoy looking the most beautiful sunset from Shwesandaw which is one of the best places in Bagan to catch the sunset/ sun rise. Dinner at the local restaurant. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast at hotel, drive out of Bagan to visit Mount Popa, home of Myanmar intriguing 37 'nats' and major pilgrimage destination. The steps and path climb steeply up Mount Popa - an energetic climb rewarded by fabulous views from the top. We will enjoy the lunch at very nice Popa Mountain Resort with fabulous view. In the afternoon, drive to Salay and visit the city’s famous place, Salay Yokesone Monastery, which is the oldest surviving wooden monastery hall built on 154 teak posts with beautiful wood carvings decorating the outer walls. Then we will continue visit to Paya Thonzu, a complex of three brick shrines with mural paintings from the Bagan period, and see Man Paya - a large lacquer Buddha image from the 13th century. After that we will return to Bagan through Chauk City, where you will see old Burma Oil installations ('nodding donkeys'), and the amazing view along the banks of the Ayeyarwady River. Dinner will be served at the local Restaurant. Stay overnight at hotel in Bagan.
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning sightseeing in South East Bagan featuring 13th century temples; Nandamanya; Thambula and Lemyethna Temples, noted for their fine mural paintings of Mahayanist character. Lunch at Local Restaurant. Ananda Temple, an architectural masterpiece resembling a Greek Cross; Tharaba- Gate : Thatbyinnyu, the highest of Bagan Temples ; and Bupaya Pagoda, a Pyu style pagoda on the brink of the majestic Ayeyarwaddy River. Dinner in a restaurant. Overnight at the hotel.
After having breakfast at hotel, transfer to Nyaung U airport for the flight to Mandalay. Arrive to Mandalay and our new local guide will welcome you at the airport. Transfer to Gaw Wein jetty and ride the boat for 45minutes to visit Mingun, about 11Km (1 hour) upriver from Mandalay. Tour highlights include Settawya Pagoda with a marble foot print of Buddha; Pondawyapaya, nearby the river; the old Pa Htoe Daw (an incomplete monument stupa), the largest pile of bricks in the world that is a massive construction project begun by King Bodawpaya in 1790 which was intentionally left unfinished; Mingun Bell, the 3rd biggest bell in world that are made of copper weighing 90 tons; Mingun Village; and Shinbume Pagoda(Mya Thein Tan Pagoda), the most attractive pagoda built in 1816 by King Sagaing in memory of one of his wives. Then, back to Mandalay. Lunch at the local restaurant. After having lunch, Afternoon excursion start with the Mandalay sightseeing. The tour highlights includes Mahamuni Buddha Image with its spectacular Buddha image covered with thick layer of gold leaves, Shwe Nan Daw Kyaung (Golden Palace Monastery), a superb example of a traditional wooden building, and Kuthodaw Pagoda known as the world’s largest book, consisting of 729 marble slabs engraved with Buddhist scriptures and enjoy the sunset at Mandalay Hill, advantage point for a panoramic view of the city. After having dinner at the local restaurant, transfer back to hotel and stay overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, we will proceed to Amarapura Sightseeing. Amarapura is one of the capitals of the third Myanmar Empire. The Amarapura excursion will start with U Pain Teak Bridge built in 1782 Century when Amarapura was the royal capital. After enjoying the scenic view of sunrise on Taungtaman Lake, we will visit to Mahagandayon Monastery where over thousand monks live and study and explore their way of having their last meal with total silence. We will continue visit to traditional hand-woven silk workshop.
Visit the old Kingdom of Ava, located 21km from Mandalay, was first founded as a capital by King Thado Minbya in 1364 A.D. Ava (Inwa) was founded at the confluence of the Myitnge and Ayeyarwady rivers, and surrounded on all sides by water due to the many canals. To enter the ancient royal city, you still have to take a ferry across the Myitnge River; waiting on the other side are horses and carriages to bear visitors around the widely scattered ruins. Some sections of the former city wall still survive. Tour highlights are – Bagaya monastery, Mae Nu Oakkyaung, ancient tower of Ava overlooking from mighty Irrawaddy River. Dinner at the local restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
After breakfast, transfer to Mandalay Airport for the flight to Heho, the Shan State known for its colourful markets, scenery, country sides and especially its people, a mixture of tribal races.
Arrive at airport our guide met and transfer to Nyung Shwe Jetty , then visit excursion by private around in Inle lake .
Inle Lake is 22km long and about 11km wide. The lake is at 1328 metres above sea level. Inle is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Shan State. The lake is full of floating vegetations and houses. The lake dwellers are one-legged rowers. They are well-known for it. They are called as "Inthar" meaning people of the lake. There are about 18 villages around the lake. They are Buddhist and about a hundred Buddhist monasteries can be found. A lot small pagodas can be found too.
From the Nyaung Shwe Jetty, start the sightseeing by boat with the main pagoda in the Inle lake is called as "Phaung Daw Oo" Pagoda. There are five small Buddha images all covered with gold and difficult to make out the figures. Then lunch at the local restaurant. After lunch,move along the lake to see wonderful floating gardens, native method of fishing, traditional weaving villages. Then visit an ancient and the largest Shan monastery in Inle Lake, Ngaphaechaung. Dinner at the hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, start excursion trip to Indein,one of the small villages of Inle Lake located on the western bank of the lake. The ruin pagodas, hide in the bushes will give you an impression of you were in the 12th - 13th Centuries ago. This mysterious place is at the end of the marvellous Indein creek. The creek is narrow with many twist and turns. Since the both sides are paddy fields you can see the farmers ploughing and harrowing by water buffaloes. At the lunch time while groups of farmers having lunch the water buffaloes enjoy themselves dipping in the creek. At many places in the creek the farmers dam up the water by bamboo barriers to irrigate the paddy fields. Indein water is not only useful for irrigation also for bathing and washing cloths. It is compulsory to see Novice monks, buffalo boys and village girls wash and swim in the creek. The group of pagodas is built by Pa-O tribes. This is one of the scenic boat tours in Inle. When the boat reaches Indein market, walk along the covered stairway to reach 1050 hidden pagodas of Indein.Then have lunch at the local restaurant. After Lunch, transfer to Heho airport to depart to Yangon .
Then dinner at Local restaurant and check in hotel .
Hotel accommodation at Yangon
Breakfast at the hotel – then transfer to airport for International flight departure back to your home.
- Accommodation based on 8 Nights Single or twin sharing program includ Daily Hotel breakfast
- Domestic Flight tickets for(Yangon - Nyaung Oo-Mandalay –Heho -Yangon)
- Private tour sightseeing using air conditioned vehicles and private boat in Inle Lake .
- English Language guide or Other language speaking which upon demand
- Entrance Fees & Zone Fees as per mentioned program( Except Museum )
- Using well experienced car driver and vehicles
- Government Tax + service tax
- Daily one bottle mineral water and wet towel
- Traditional Shan Bag and Traditional harp handi crap .
- International Ticket Fare to Myanmar with insurance surcharge and Fuel surcharge
- Myanmar Entra Visa Fees & Travels insurance
- Personal Expense such as beverages, telephone calls, laundry services, Minibar,Camera Fee etc….
- Drinks at meals and purify drinking water and snow Towel along in program
- Other services not mentioned in above program