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Myanmar : In Depth - 20 Days

Myanmar : In Depth

Myanmar a land of thousand gilded pagodas, its glorious Bagan is a Myanmar must-see, the great golden stupa of Yangon’s Shwedagon Pagoda. Buddhism is a power to shape it’s culture and influcance of ancient Indian culture, in common with Myanmar’s various stupas and temples and to those in northern India. Myanmar is one of the most diverse ethnic groups in Asia, through this trip explore variety of colourful and wonderful minority culture. It worth to spend a day through Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) River, lifeblood of the land, main source for fertile rice-gorwing plains on which economy has been relied.

Day 1
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Welcome toYangon International Airport . Upon to your arrival time. Take a rest at your hotel to refresh for your great trip in Myanmar.Dinner and over night at a hotel in Resort will treat you to be pleasure.

Hotel: Moe Yun Gyi Resort

Meal: N/A

Day 2
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After breakfast at hotel it is 3 hrs drive to Kyiteyoe, Golden Rock. Visitors who spend the night or near the pagoda will be well amazed to see the ethereal sight of the setting or rising sun illuminating the gilded boulder, which is one of the most pilgrim site in Myanmar along with the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon and the Mahamuni Temple in Mandalay. Overnight on the mountain.

Hotel: Golden Rock Hotel

Meal: B

Day 3
Day (3)

After breakfast, transfer to yangon to catch the flight to Heho, Shan State, in eastern Burma, beautiful plaetau of highlands, lakes and forests. On the way to Yangon, caught a glimpse of Bago, was once a great sea port. Today, many status, building and pagodas are to remember its shinning past. At Evening cooler climate will be host at Heho and overnight at Nyaungshwe.

Hotel: Amata Garden Resort Inle (or) Inle Resort & Spa

Meal: B

Day 4
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Inle lake,'leg-rowing' fisherman, floating garden, where 70,000 Intha live around the shore of the lake. Intha origin from Dawei far south of Myanmar settle here between 18th century coflict between Burmese and Thais. They are skilled fishermen also carpenters and metalworkers. Morning to evening differnet villages arond the Inle lake will give you enjoyable memory of Kaung Daing, Nga-Hpe Kuaung (Jumping cat Monestry), Ywama and Phaung Daw U Pagoda.

Hotel: Amata Garden Resort Inle (or) Inle Resort & Spa

Meal: B

Day 5
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3-4 hours Trekking will give you a chance to see life style and culture of this region. Amazing view from the mountain, having lunch at one the village are worth to spend a day. Finally one hour walk to boat and ferry to hotel, where you can take relax.

Hotel: Amata Garden Resort Inle (or) Inle Resort & Spa

Meal: B/D

Day 6
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In the morning, transfer to Mandalay by bus. The culture capital and second city of Myanmar was found in 1857 as Kongbaung capital till third Anglo-Burmese war 1885. Sandamuni Pogoda, at the base of Mandalay Hill, is famous for the world largest book. Buddhist scripture 'Tipitaka' inscript onto 1,774 stone tablets, each in its own miniature stupa. Phonomenal view from the Mandalay Hill and enjoy sunset.

Hotel: Mandalay City

Meal: B

Day 7
Day (7)

One of Myanmar's famous Maharmuni Pagoda, seated Buddha image, is star attraction in Mandalay. People believes that it is 2000 years old and original from Mauk U, was seized in 1784. Gold leaf has been pressed on to the figure and now entirely covered in 6 inches pure gold, however Buddha's face remain gleaming. A trip up the Ayeyarwaddy to Mingun, where unfinished Pogoda start in 1790 only the buttom third complete anyhow still a huge structure is described world's largest pile of brick. King Bodawpaya's biggest-his-best obsession built not only his immense Pogoda as well as his bronze bell, world largest uncracked bell. The world's longest teak footbridge,1.2 km, is one of the most photographed sites in Myanmar. You are not the only one, a large number of tourists and trinket seller come here to enjoy sunset view.

Hotel: Mandalay City

Meal: B

Day 8
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Mandalay Palace (Mya Nan San Kyaw) was constract between 1857 and 1859 by King Mindon and the seat of the last two rulers. During world war II much of the palace was destroyed what we see today was rebuilt with modern material but to gain a sense of the architectural splendor of Mindon’s time. Nan Myin Watchtower is one of the few original fort buildings to survive the Allied bombings of World War II.

Hotel: Mandalay City

Meal: B

Day 9
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Pyon Oo Lwin (known as Maymyo or Maytown after its first govenor, Colonel May) is official summer capital

of the British colonial administration and a military post. A much cooler climate than Mandalay was an educational centre during colonial times and now home to Defense Service Acadamy. More than 300 species of indigenous blooms are being featured and Butterfly Museum, National Kandawgyi Botanical Gardens are popular in Myanmar.

Hotel: Mandalay City

Meal: B

Day 10
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Myanmar’s most important waterway is at its own beauty. Boat trip down the Ayarwaddy river to Bagan give you whole day experience of riversides rural life of Myanmar. Overnight at Bagan.

Hotel: Amata Garden Resort Bagan (or) My Bagan Resisdence

Meal: B/L

Day 11
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Bagan’s glory days dating back to 11th and 13th centuries with its wonderous stupas and pogda sacred building spanned 250 years. In this period evoluation of architectual styles in a dramatic fashion. The cylindrical structures from the beginning as like of the ancient Pyu city of Sri Ksetra to moderfine Bagan’s stupas more slender and bell-shaped, reach the heighest that remains the classical Burmese archetype today. Officially known as the ''Bagan Archeological Zone'' is described as one of the true wonders of the medieval world in which over two thousand temples lie scattered over an area of almost seventy square kilometres”. Overnight at Bagan.

Hotel: Amata Garden Resort Bagan (or) My Bagan Resisdence

Meal: B

Day 12
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This Day belong to you.

Hotel: Amata Garden Resort Bagan (or) My Bagan Resisdence

Meal: B

Day 13
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It takes 3 hour up and maybe 2 down from the base camp. Passing Oak as well as Pine trees which is one of the most widely distributed pines in Asia. The mountain is now protected within Nat Ma Taung National Park set up in 1994. The development of eco-tourism is also seen as a potential vehicle to develop remote villages hold closely within the park. Today take a visit where one of the remarkable Chin fashion, tattooing women's face, but now dying out. Chin facial tattoos was famous to tribe, but often cover the whole face starting at the nose and in the form of ray out in a pattern of dark lines that like a appearance of a spider’s web. Even the eyelids were tattooed. The tattooing was once a traditionally, even a painful process, done to an adult girls.

Hotel: The Floral Breeze Hotel Mt. Victoria

Meal: B

Day 14
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Today we transfer to Naypyidaw, a new capital of Myanmar with empty 8-lanes highways and giant concrete buildings. We come here visit not somewhere for sightseeing, so much for its giving the impression of something awesome or harmful, strange atmosphere. Overnight at Naypyidaw.

Hotel: Park Royal (or) Royal Naypyidaw

Meal: B

Day 15
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Today we transfer to Naypyidaw, a new capital of Myanmar with empty 8-lanes highways and giant concrete buildings. We come here visit not somewhere for sightseeing, so much for its giving the impression of something awesome or harmful, strange atmosphere. Overnight at Naypyidaw.

Hotel: Park Royal (or) Royal Naypyidaw

Meal: B

Day 16
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Time to travel to Yangon once Kipling wrote ''Then, a golden mystery upheaved itself on the horizon, a beautiful winking wonder that blazed in the sun, of a shape that was neither Moslem dome nor Hindu temple-spire. It stood upon a green knoll, and below it were lines of warehouses, sheds, and mills.'' Overnight at Yangon.

Hotel: Novotal

Meal: B

Day 17
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When the British conquest the whole Myanmar Yangon became the capital in 1885, grow to be biggest city. The damage of fire In 1841, during Second Anglo-Burmese War in 1852 was destroyed, the British, the new masters, built the capital again to its present plan and name to Rangoon. Take a wander narrow backstreets of the colonial district downtown, with its court house, city hall and famous Strand Hotel, including the majestic Botataung Paya near the riverside. Through this walking downtown Yangon continue to exit far and away the most absorbing area in this rapidly expanding megalopolis, an interesting decaying colonial architecture combine with gilded Buddhist pagodas, Churches, Hindu and Chinese temples, mosques and markets”. Overnight at Yangon.

Hotel: Novotal

Meal: B

Day 18
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Today escapes from wild and noicy of Yangon cross the river to the rural towns of Thanlyin and Kyauktan. Thanlyin was the base for the Portuguese adventurer Filipe de Brito Nicote, during the late 16th and early 17th centuries. He had his own rules, made a small kingdom siding with the Mon, and against the Bamar. The Bamar besieged in 1613 punished for dealth panelty. But carry on his role of major port and trading centre until it was destroyed by Bamar King Alaungpaya in 1756, tranfer his role to Yangon. The town was first place welcome to chirstian missionaries and have its own church, which was constructed in 1750 by the Portuguese and now for home of large Hindu community. The aim of this trip are getting to know rhythmic patter of rural Myanmar and discover religious sites Kyauktan ''float'' Ye Le Pagoda, and Kyaik Khauk Pagoda.

Hotel: Novotal

Meal: B

Day 19
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This day belong to you.

Hotel: Novotal

Meal: B

Day 20
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Departure Date

Service includes

  • Flight tickets and bus tickets as mentioned in itinerary
  • English Speaking guide at each destinations (or) German speaking guides for main destinations (Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan, etc.)
  • Accommodation (3-4 star hotel)
  • Zone fees and entry fees
  • Meals as mentioned in itinerary
  • Car rental, boat rentals and boat tickets as needed according to itinerary

Service doesn’t include

  • International air tickets in and out of Myanmar
  • Visa arrangements for Myanmar
  • Meals not mentioned in itinerary
  • Any extra charges outside given itinerary (camera usage charges, etc.)
  • Personal expands souvenir and gifts
  • Any other cost which is not mentioned in service includes.
  • Tips for guide and drivers

You can send your inquiry via the form below.

Trip Facts

  • 20 Days
  • Yangon International Airport
  • damaging effects of flash on the temple’s delicate, centuries-old paintings the responsible thing to do is to keep your camera in your bag.

Contact in Myanmar

No.980, Kyan Sar Thin kyoung St, East Gyokone, Insein,Yangon,Myanmar.