Cultural Tour in Yangon-Mandalay-Mingywan-Amarapura-Innwa-Saggaing-Pyinolwin-Yangon (For Asian Guests) (4) Nights (5) Days
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TOUR CODE (EMT-AG1)

Short journey (5) days Myanmar tour will bring you to Yangon (Rangon),with its colonial atmosphere and the world famous Shwedagon Pagoda. Continue to Mandalay was called the Kingdom of Yadanabon along with other name Ratanapura, means the Bejeweled Site later it was called Mandalay.To Pyin Oo Lwin(former Maymyomeans British colonel May's administration town ;hill lock).

Day (01) Yangon (L/D)

Will warmly welcome on arrival by morning flight at Yangon Int'l Airport and pick up to hotel .After hotel check in will get a few hours individually rest then will begin excursion in Yangon. We will begin tour that is the whole day Yangon's highlights involving to Chaukhtetgyi Buddha Image(colossal large statue); KabaAye Pagoda (World Peace Pagoda) was built for the 6th International Buddhist Council in 1954).there has Mahapasana cave(significant for the Sixth World Buddhist Synod);after that Kyauktawgyi Image(sculpt sitting Buddha statue from single marble slab)and then will drive back to hotel for taking rest.

In the late afternoon will visit to National Museum; (priceless ancient artifacts and historic memorabilia are also on display).Then to Sule Pagoda, ( on the circular place in downtown also unusual octagonal shape stupa) and look around its environment . After that will visit and pay homage to Shwedagon Pagoda;( that was Enlightenment of Gaudama Buddha in case two brothers) to see sunset. Overnight in Yangon.

Day (02) Mandalay (B/L/D)

After breakfast will check out and transfer to airport by morning flight to Mandalay. On depend arrival will pick you up at airport then hotel check in and take a rest an hour. After this will tour to Mandalay city includes Kuthodaw pagoda;(it is Buddhist canon or doctrine (Tripitaka) had been sculpted on marble stone tablets totally ( 729). After that Shwenandaw kyaung (it is a wooden monastery which was former chamber of palace) and Ahtumashi Monastery(it is a beautifully decorated with white and golden paints and stucco carving .

Then The Golden Palace (it is the most significant of Mandalay's historic buildings, remaining as the sole major survivor of the former wooden Royal Palace built by King Mindon in the mid-nineteenth century. It is fragile yet grand. Then we will bring to Mahamuni pagoda;(it is sacred Buddha image covered by thick layer of gold leaves).Will drive back to hotel for a taking rest.

In the late afternoon we will make tour by boat depart from Mayamgyan jetty to Mingwan across Ayeyarwaddy river . On arrival Mingwan jetty you would be welcomed by many young souvenir sellers. The first we will show Mingwan lion;(this twin statues are so big also guardian to temple). Then climbing to Mingwan temple( with immense unfinished stupa of Bowdawpaya). And then continue to Mingwan Bell (it is world's biggest ringing bell (90 tons).After that walk to Myatheindan Pagoda( unique architectural splendid of King Bagyitaw for memory of his wife.

Before sunray come spectrum color we will gather and get in boat drive back to Mandalay at that time sunset is scenically beauty from the roof of boat in the river. Overnight in Mandalay.

Day (3) Amarapura-Innwa-Saggaing (B/L/D)

Having breakfast after at hotel will prepare for full day country site tour to former capital of Amarapura and Ava. In Amarapura will do excursion Mahagandayon Monastery;( Buddhist novies and monks observe the lunch process). U Pin's bridge(wooden ancient Bridge built by U Pin who was a clerk officer of Amarapura Capital). And then will drive and approach to Myitnge creek where stop and take by a ferry boat. After approach toward bank pony cart drivers are welcomed with smile to accompany by their pony-cart show around the Ancient Kingdom of Ava.

Then visit spots are Nanmyint Tower (ancient royal watch tower) it is leaning tower from here good looking view of the mighty Ayeyarwaddy River. After that Bagaya wooden monastery ;(creation numerous sculpture inside teak wood pillars are length and big). Then Aungmyaybonzan Monastery;(made of brick and stucco carving) Through to the Yadanaseemee paya;(very special spot in Innwa ).

Gathering near car and get into drive to Khaungmudaw Stupa;(it is an enormous dome shape was erected in 1636 English era.) Then drive to silver craft factory to (create traditionally use to particulars by silver) After that to Uhminthonzae Paya;(it is a cave there was placed 45 Buddha Images in 14th century), Swamooponyashin Paya;(there is very peaceful and get cool eyes looking at environment), drive up to Saggaing hill to see sunset then way back to Mandalay .Overnight in Mandalay.

Day (4) Pyin Oo Lwin (Maymyo)

After breakfast we will drive up to Pyin Oo Lwin;(formerly known as Maymyo ,flower city or hillock step city was a British Hill Station during the colonial era also in current pretty little hill resort for visitors.

Will serve welcome green tea minimum bitterly when we arrive there then we will begin sightseeing in Pyin Oo Lwin (was established by the British as a cool retreat from the heat of the central Myanmar plains). The first place is on the way to there is called very pleasant picnic spot Peik Chin Myaung natural cave (geologist estimated it could be between 2100 million and 3100 million years old ) is near Wetwun village.

The second highlight is Pwe Kauk Fall ;( about 8km from town. It was called Hampshire Falls during British times) .After that tour spot to National Kandawgyi Garden, ( about 50-acre in size containing, 4840 trees mostly pine varieties, 575 different floral species and many exotic fruits and flowers). Will stop and show flowers and fruits stall beside the road when drive down to Mandalay. Overnight in Mandalay.
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Day (5) Yangon/ Departure

Having breakfast after will serve transfer to Mandalay Int'l airport back to Yangon. Will pick up at Yangon Int'l airport and c will bring Bogyoke Aung San Market(well known Scott Market, shopping place). After here will serve to transfer to airport in the evening for departure.
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TOUR COST DESCRIPTIONS;

SERVICE: 

  • Bed & breakfast in double sharing room - Meals (Lunch & Dinner with standard menu)
  • Korean language guide throughout the tour
  • Domestic flights by Air Bagan, Air Mandalay or Air Asian Wing,Air Kanbawza
  • Air-con car/van/bus throughout the tour
  • Entrance fees as indicated in our itinerary
  • Boat to Mingun
  • Porter fees at the airports
  • Drinking water and refreshment tissues during the sightseeing

NOT INCLUDED:

  • International air fare to/from Yangon
  • Visa fees
  • Intl. airport tax of US$ 10 per person
  • Compulsory dinner for Christmas & New Year
  • Lunch & dinners
  • Beverage
  • Early check-in and late check-out
  • Personal expenses such as camera fees, tips, laundry service, ect
  • Porter fees at the hotels

Tour Cost Detail

( US$ Per Person ) Validity (1st May 2011 - 30th Sep 2011 )
Itinerary Categories 1 2 3-5 6-9 10-20 20 & UP Single Supplement
EMT 01 Luxury 1727  1090 1100 885 820 760 180
Deluxe 1480 940 950 750 700 650 140 
Superior 1300  830  800  640 600 560  110
Standard 1190 770  725  585 550 510 80 

 

City Name Luxury Hotels Superior Hotels Superior Hotels Standard Hotels
YANGON The Governor's Residence Traders Hotel Sedona  Hotel Summit Park View Hotel
MANDALAY Rupar Mandalar Resort Mandalay Hill Resort hotel Sedona  Hotel Mandalay City Hotel

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