You will discover not only city areas and central plains scattered with brilliant pagodas.
- Visit the world famous Shwedagon Pagoda (100m high) in Yangon as the Myanmar culture.
- Touf of the ancient capital Bagan (10th-13th Century AD) which boasts more than 2000 pagodas.
- Visit the last royal capital of Mandalay (1885).
- See the natural beauty of the wetlands located among the Shan mountain range (Inlay Lake).
- Experiencing the culture of the Shan hill tribes around the Inlay lake.
- Myanmar: 7 Nights 8 Days in Burma with Shwedagon Pagoda at Yangon, Buddhist Pagodas in Bagan, Monks activities in Mandalay city visit including a Mahar Myat Muni Pagoda and view of floating houses in Inle Lake.
Despite the fact that the significant population of Myanmar is Buddhist, this land is a forging art influenced by mix culture. One can get lost into its lush vegetation and ancient ruins. Every new Pagoda here has a history to tell. Similarly, the lifestyle here interweaves with slow but gradual western influences. There is so much this land can offer that describing them with words will be foolish. Abundant with rich flora and fauna the diverse nature provides a perfect holiday destination for every nature admirer.
Lurk in the heritage sites that will make your spine chill with the bliss of gratification. Recite the morning prayers with the impersonal red monks. Similarly, magnify your expectation as your jaunt towards the unspoiled Pagoda styled temples. Plunge into the Inle lake with your ferry and experience the saga of the floating market. Awaken your soul with monumental Hindu sanctuaries and synagogues of Yangon and Bagan. Shwesandaw and Shwezigon pagodas with their spiritual grace and beauty make your visit worth it. Pamper your curious bone and drawn yourself with peace of mind when you visit this exquisite nation of Burma.
Tips of the trip
- Myanmar provides you a large number of photographic destinations. Be picture ready in most of the places.
- Follow the norms and regulations in your visit to cultural sites. Likewise, enjoy responsibly in your visit.
- Stick to your guide for best experience of your tour.
YOUR JOURNEY DAY BY DAY
After arrival in Yangon International Airport, met and welcomed by Tour Guide and exchange to the hotel. Yangon, also known as Rangoon, is still generally calm and charming city. Its forceful pioneer and profound legacy make Yangon on of the most fascinating and legitimate capitals of South-East Asia. After lunch, continue for a city visit including the Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, which houses a 70m long Buddha statue. Then continue to the Modern Tea shop for the opportunity to encounter a fundamental part of Burmese life; drinking tea! Next continue to visit Kandawgyi Park, one of the focal Yangon's greenest spots. Here you will see the glittering Karaweil barge, a replica of the royal boat and the huge lake with perspectives of Shwedagon in the background. When evening comes to close, watch a brilliant sunset over the plated vault of the heavenly Shwedagon Pagoda, the most worshipped Buddhist sanctuary in Myanmar. The central Stupa is 99m tall and overlaid with gold leaf. Enjoy the stunning perspective views of the stupa from this vantage point. Overnight in Yangon.
After breakfast, transfer to the Airport for domestic trip to Bagan – prior capital of Myanmar. On the arrival in Bagan, begin the visit to Tayokye Pyay Temple, an highly elevated temple from where you will see the perspective view of magnificient fields of Bagan. Continue the journey to Golden Stupa of Shwezigon Pagoda, Wetkyi – in Gubyaukgyi, a cave temple with wonderful jataka wall painting artistic creations and Htilominlo Temple noted for its coated sandstone decorations. Afternoon visit to traditional lacquer ware workshop, Ananda sanctuary – a structural artful culmination and one of Bagan's most beautiful temple. This temple contains two Buddha image whose expressions appear to change depending upon the separation from which the statue is seen. Enjoy a horse carriage tour passing Thatbyinnyu - the most elevated temple in Bagan, Dhammayangyi Temple and Sulamani sanctuary. Watch the sun set from the upper porch of one of the pagodas. Overnight at Hotel in Bagan.
Start the morning with optional hot air ballon flight over the plains in Bagan. Enjoy the mesmerizing view when sun rises over the stupa and Irrawassy river (Available from Oct. to Mar.). After breakfast, start this morning with a walk around the exuberant Nyaung Oo Market before continuing to Myinkaba village to see the local way of life and conventional lacquer ware workshops. At that point our visit will keep on to Myinkaba village and take a short visit to investigate the sanctuaries of Manuha and Nan Paya. This evening visit the farmland village of Minnanthu. Here you will able to explore the different temple like Payathonzu, Lemyentha and Nandamannya before taking a sunset boat cruise on the Irrawaddy River at extra cost. Overnight in Bagan.
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for the flight too Mandalay. After arrival in Mandalay and visit to the significant historic points including the sacred Mahamuni Pagoda, whose Buddha statue is secured with gold leaf giving it a nearly "lumpy" texture. Afternoon, will continue visit through Mandalay with a visit to Kuthodaw Pagoda, home to 729 marble stone pieces engraved with Buddhist sacred writing have earned it the title "World's Biggest Book". Move on to Shwenandaw Monastery, the only building remains which was made in 19th century Royal Palace. This terrific teak building is known for its flawless woodcarving. Head to the top of Mandalay Hill as Sun begins to set to get superb perspectives of the city and Irrawaddy river. Overnight at Hotel in Mandalay.
After breakfast, we move around Mandalay to see the past capitals of Ava, Sagaing and Amarapura. At that point we proceed with our voyage to Sagaing by passing Irrawaddy River. Protected with 600 whitepainted pagodas and monasteries, Sagaing Hill is comprehensvely seen as the religious center point of Myanmar. It is the home of 3,000 monks and there is 100 meditation centers and you will also visit pagodas like Soon Oo Pon Nya Shin and U Min Thone Sae etc. We'll additionally visit Sagaing's nearby market, a typical Burmese market that couple of visitors visit. Here you will discover a scope of things available to be purchased including privately made pottery, silver and different handicrafts. After that we will stop at a little pottery village to see the way toward making the pervasive water pots found all through Myanmar. Then move to south of the city to Ava, the capital from 14th to 18th centuries, where a short ship ride will take us over the river to where our horse and carriage are waiting. Visit the old wooden Bagaya Monastery and the remains of the Royal Palace and Fort. There are numerous little villages situated in the midst of Ava‟s ruins and as you travel by horse and cart you'll get a look at local life in the Burmese field. We have our lunch at Ava before coming back to our car. Return toward the city and stop at Amarapura, a previous capital whose name signifies "City of Immortality". First visit a silk weaving workshop which produces stunning high quality handmade items and after that visit Mahagandayon Monastery, when more than one-thousand monks resides. After visiting of this peaceful site, keep on to U Bein Bridge for a walk along this multi year-old teak bridge. That bridge was built of 984 teak posts that were once part of the deserted Inwa Palace and it is 1.2 kilometers long so that it is the world's longest teak span. Enjoy the walk along the bridge and astonishing perspectives of the encompassing farms and streams. Overnight at Hotel in Mandalay.
After breakfast, transfer to the Airport for your trip to Heho where a short transfer brings you to Nyaung Shwe, the gateway to to Inle Lake. On the way, stop at the wooden Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery which highlights wonderful carvings and a gathering of Buddha images. We will again stop in Nyaung Shwe for a short walk around town and visit to the bright market if it is being held that day. As you take off onto Inle Lake seeing the Intha anglers and their fascinating one-legged paddling styles as you travel past the nearby towns on a private motorboat.Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the lake's fundamental sanctuary, which contains five consecrated Buddha pictures covered in gold leaf. Explore the local crafts of Inle Lake with a stop at the weaving town village of Inawkhone, where the typical Burmese stogies are made by hand. Overnight at Hotel in Inle Lake.
After breakfast, encounter the local way of life as you investigate the clamoring drifting business sector, which pivots around the waterside towns in a 5-day beat. Sail along a little canal prompting the Paoh village of In Dein. A comfortable walk through the village will convey you to the lovely Alaung Sitthou with its vegetation-secured stupas that overlook the stunning Inle Lake. In the afternoon move to Heho Airport for your trip back to Yangon. After arrival at Yangon, we move to the hotel. Overnight at Yangon.
After breakfast, transfer to Yangon railways station to take a special ride on the city‟s round train ride through the edges of town. Land at the Kyi Myin Daing market and communicate with the friendly local people previously coming back to the city center. If time allows, peruse the stalls at the prominent Bogyoke Market before moving to the airport for your departure.
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