Island 7

Island 7
Yangon~ Golden Rock ~ Bago ~ Bagan ~  Mandalay  ~  Inle ~ Taunggyi ~  Kekku ~ Yangon
( 10 Days / 9 Nights )

Day – 1 Arrive Yangon

Arrive Yangon International Airport .Transfer to Hotel Check in. Over night at Hotel.  


Day- 2  Yangon ( B )

After Breakfast visit to Yangon Fullday sightseeing, Shwe Dagon pagoda ( one of the ancient wonders of the world), Kaba Aye Pagoda ( World Peace Pagoda ),Maha Pasana Cave, Gem Museum ,Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda ( a huge reclining Buddha image ), Sule Pagoda ( a landmark of the city center ), Bogyoke Market (in the downtown area, with hundreds of stors selling from lacquerware to silk),Dinner at Royal Karaweik ( Culture Show & Buffet Dinner ) .Over night at Hotel.    

                       
Day- 3  Yangon – Kyaikhtiyo ( B )

Breakfast at hotel . Drive to Kin Pun “ base camp “(194 km, drive 5 hours ).Continue to Kyaikhtiyo ( the Golden Rock Pagoda, Near Kyaikhto town in Mon State is a huge boulder completely covered by gold leave sand delicately balanced on the edge of a cliff.From Khim Pun , a steep and rough 11 km dirt road leads to the upper staging point, a journey made in open trucks,which are very crowded. From the upper area , travellers must at present walk the final stage , approximately 4km up steep paths, which ascend some 500m to the Golden Rock. ) Watch the beauty of sunset . Over night at Hotel.

          
Day- 4  Kyaikhtiyo – Bago ( B )

Breakfast at hotel . Early morning Golden Rock pagoda sightseeing. Back to Kin Pun basc camp. Drive to Yangon ,on the way Kyaik Pawlow Pagoda in kyaikhto and than visit to Bago ( about two hours’drive from Yangon, the capital of the mighty 16th century kingdom of Hanthawady.) and Bago sightseeing  includes Kyaik Pun Pagoda ( Famous for its four giant Buddhas ), Shwe Maw Daw Pagoda ( One of the most famous sites in Bago, its annual festival in April is one of the biggest in lower Myanmar), Shwethalyaung Buddha Image ( is the 55m long a beautiful reclining Buddha ),and Kanbawza Thadi Palace ( the name of an imposing palace built by the founder of the second Myanmar Empire, King Bayintnaung(1551-1581 CE),whose seat of power was the grand capital of Hanthawady , now known as Bago) . Return the Yangon through rural landscape of paddy fields and small villages, a handicraft village producing woven bamboo wares. Over night at Hotel.

                         
Day 5  Yangon – Bagan ( B )

Breakfast at Hotel.Transfer to airport.Yangon to Nyaung Oo ( AW/W9/6T/KZ )Morning Flight.Arrive Nyaung Oo airport. Visit to Bagan ( one of the most remarkable sights in Southeast Asia. Bagan was the seat of power of the first Empire of  Myanmar , founded by King Anawrahta ). A selection of the most important Pagodas and Temples, such as Shwezigon Pagoda ( This golden-domed pagoda was left unfinished on King Anawrahta’s death and completed by his successor, King Kyansit-tha), AnandaTemple ( one of the most beautiful Temples at Bagan, built by King Kyansit-tha in 1090), Myinkaba Gu Byauk Gyi Temple , Lacquerware work shop near Myingaba village,Thatbyinnyu Temple ( white-washed Temple , the tallest in Bagan at 201ft), Dhammayangyi Temple ( hulking red-brick temple. Used this stone to cut off the hands of masons who applied too thick a layer of mortar), Sulamani Temple ( is a beautiful, majestic structure ), Manuha Temple ( a square temple ,the Manuha houses four immense images claustrophobically set in narrow niches, it was built by King Manuha ) , Shwe san daw Pagoda to watch Sunset.Over night at Hotel.

Day 6  Bagan – Mandalay ( B )

Breakfast at Hotel. Nyaung U to Mandalay ( AW/W9/6T/KZ ) Morning Flight.Arrive Mandalay airport.Meet and transfer to Hotel. Visit to Mandalay ( the principal cultural and economic city of upper Myanmar, many great pagodas and hundreds of beautiful momasteries). Sightseeing tour include Mahamyatmuni Pagoda ( one of the Myanmar’s most revered Budda Image ), Shwe Inn Bin Monastary( beautiful building, well over a hundred years old, with ancient-style doors that swing upwards), Mandalay Palace ,Shwe kyaung Monastary, Kuthodaw Pagoda ( called the largest book in the world), Zay Cho Market, Visit the gold-leave workshop, Sunset from Mandalay Hill.Over night at Hotel.

 
Day 7  Mandalay – Heho – Inle ( B )

Breakfast at Hotel.Mandalay to Heho ( AW/W9/6T/KZ ) Morning Flight.Arrive Heho airport.Meet and transfer to Nyaung Shwe jetty by car .Transfer to hotel by boat. Inle Lake ( Southern Shan State at an altitude of 2918 ft ( 889m )above sea level.Inle Lake lies in the cool, green hills of Shan State, an area of outstanding natural beauty and cultural diversity.The Intha who propel their boats using a unique leg-rowing technique.) Visit to Phaung-daw-oo Pagoda ( the festival at this pagoda is the most important and joyous event of Shan State. ), Nga Phe Chaung Monastery ( famous for its jumping cats trained by monks.), silk waving industries village of Inpawkhon. Over Night at Hotel.

      
Day 8  Inle – Kekku – Inle ( B )

 Breakfast at Hotel. Transfer to Nyaung Shwe Jetty by boat. Nyaung Shwe to Taunggyi. Arrive Taunggyi and visit to Kekku Pagoda Complex ( Hidden for centuries in the wooded hills near Taunggyi, the Kekku Pagoda Complex has pagodas that seem to be from the 16th century, there are 7,622 pagodas ). Back to Taunggyi . Over night at Hotel.

 

Day 9  Heho – Yangon ( B )

Breakfast at Hotel. Taunggyi sightseeing . Transfer to Heho airport by car.Heho to Yangon ( AW/W9/6T/KZ ) . Arrive Yangon Airport and Transfer to Hotel. Over night at Hotel.

Day 10  Departure from Yangon ( B )

Breakfast at Hotel. Free time . Lunch at local restaurant . After lunch transfer to airport. Departure from Yangon.


Packages include:

-9 nights hotel accommodation with daily breakfast

-Guide service

-Domestic air ticket

-Boat cruise as per itinerary

-Transfer and transportation during tour

-Entrance fees

-Buffeft Dinner in Yangon


Package Excludes:

-Visa Fees

-International airport tax

-Beverages

-Personal use ( camera fees , tips for driver and guide and porter fees )

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