TPM-003 (07 days 06 nights)

YANGON – MANDALAY – AMARAPURA – MINGUN – MANDALAY – BAGAN – HEHO – INLE –HEHO – YANGON/ DEP)

 

 

DAY 01; YANGON/ARR

On arrival of your travelling in Myanmar, your guide will pick you up with wonderful smile and pleasant greeting introduction at the Yangon International Airport. Then, go straight to your hotel where you stay. Visit to Kandawgyi (Royal Lake) park and Karaweik Hall for the nice photos. Then, you can visit to Karaweik hall and study the Myanmar traditional orchestra and have a walk along the walk bridge of the lake. Visit in the downtown, Sule pagoda and Strand road including our city hall in the middle of the town. After that, Shewdagone Pagoda is the best sightseeing of you first day to travel in Myanmar. It is very wonderful because of its golden light when the Sun goes down. Have a good night with Yangon atmosphere. Overnight in Yangon.

 


DAY 02; YANGON – MANDALAY – AMARAPURA – MINGUN – MANDALAY

You will get to Mandalay in the early morning by morning flight. You can enjoy in offering food at the Mahagandayone monastery in the morning. Take a boat to Mingun. It is worth to see our four kinds of Greats, Splendid Mingun Pathowdawgyi, Mingun Bell, The Great old Lion (about 13th century) and the great lake or well by King Bodawpaya. In the evening, back to Amarapura and visit Shwenandaw monastery, Kuthodaw pagoda (which has the world biggest book) and Silk weaving house. Then, walk on the U Bein Bridge feel the merit of old Burma man U Bein (Mr. Bein) which is the world longest teak wooden bridge. Sunset at U Bein bridge. Sleep well in Mandalay.

 

 

DAY 03; MANDALAY – BAGAN

Take morning flight to Bagan. People say 'you are not a real Myanmar if you haven't been to Bagan' one another. The place where the real Myanmar lives, the real cultures have, the real accent say, and the most interesting histories are there. Then, visit to Shwezigone pagoda, Arnanda, Manuha, Nan Paya and Myin Kha Bar Gu Pyauk Gyi pagodas and temples are famous to visit in Bagan. In the afternoon, visit lacquerware workshop. Sunset at Pyatthetgyi temple. Nice dream in Bagan.

 

DAY 04; BAGAN – POPA – BAGAN

It is not enough to stay and visit Bagan if you have one or two days only. After breakfast, your couch master will bring you to Kyauk Gu U Min by boat. A cave at the bank of Ayeyarwaddy river with interesting history. Then, directly drive to Mt. Popa. On the way to Popa, you see the ways of lives and Myanmar traditional candy making houses and real pea nut oil production where you can study the labor of our Myanmar people. Popa is said "The Mountain of Spirits" by Myanmar people (a volcano and oasis in the central part of Myanmar). Visit, Mt. Popa and have lunch there. Then, drive back to Bagan. Visit Lacquar ware making house. Sunset on a boat in the Ayeyarwaddy river. Overnight in Bagan.

 

DAY 05; BAGAN – NYAUNG SHWE – INLE LAKE

Take morning flight to Heho. Your couch master in Shan State will pick you up at the Heho airport to visit Inle lake. On the way, you have to stop at Shwe Yan Pyay monastery which is the biggest and oldest one in Nyaung Shwe. Today sightseeing is with a boat. It is famous for its floating market, villages on water, beds for vegetables and flowers and one leg-rowers. Phaung Daw Oo pagoda, Inn Paw Khon and Nga Phe Chaug monastery are included in my sightseeing. Overnight in Inle Lake.

 

DAY 06; INLE – HEHO –YANGON

After breakfast, take flight back to Yangon. Free at your own leisure in Yangon or Visit down town and Bogyoke Market for your nice shopping. Then, visit Kyauk Htet kyi Reclining Buddha Image in the afternoon. In the evening, you can see Botataung pagoda on the Strand road or free at your own leisure. Overnight in Yangon.

 

 

DAY 07; YANGON / DEP

Free at your own leisure the whole day before your departure flight to home. Your guide and your couch master will bring you at your hotel and see you off at the Yangon International Airport for your departure. It is very wonderful to bring a lot of smiles, nature, souvenirs and unforgettable things of your life.