This 04-day journey is a tailor-made package for passionate clients who are especially passionate about the charming formal capital Yangon and the ancient land of Bagan. It’s time to immersive most outstanding experiences in Myanmar.
Departure City: Yangon
Visit Cities: Yangon – Bagan
Duration: 4 Days 3 Nights
Departure: Daily, upon your request
Extendable with optional tours from Bagan
PRIVATE TOUR COST:Prices are quoted in US dollars per person double occupancy.
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- Observe the old beauty of well-preserved colonial buildings.
- Meditate in magical sunset over the world-famous Shwedagon pagoda.
- Discover dried plain of Bagan and its ancient temples and pagodas.
Day 1: Yangon Arrival. Brief city tour
Mingalabar! Upon arrival at Yangon International airport, our guide and driver will welcome you and proceed to the tour.
Now you have a trip downtown with a walking tour through the historic quarter. Along the way you visit the former City Hall and various other examples of 1940’s colonial British architecture. The hidden art galleries inside the small alley could also be the next stop on your tour. Continue to Shwedagon Pagoda, the most sacred Buddhist site of Myanmar and the oldest one in the world. The Pagoda contains a 99m high golden stupa and spires, adorned with 7,000 diamonds, sapphires and rubies and allegedly, hairs belonging to the Gautama Buddha. If you are fortunate, join a special oil lamp lighting ceremony with thousand oil lamps are lit around the gilded pagoda. This ancient and symbolic Buddhist ritual will be the truly awe-inspiring spiritual experience.
End of the day, you head to hotel for leisure time.
Accommodation: Hotel in Yangon
Day 2: Yangon – Fly to Bagan – Sightseeing
After breakfast at hotel, you are leaving Yangon for Bagan. Spend the whole day exploring Bagan where over 2,000 ancient temples blossom from the countryside. Our first temple visit is to Shwezigon Pagoda, which is believed to enshrine a bone and tooth of Gautama Buddha. Continue to Htilominlo Temple, Ananda Temple, housing four standing Buddha and then to Sulamani Temple.
This afternoon, you explore one of the biggest temples in Bagan: Nan Paya pagoda and many other interesting sites nearby. The highlight of today is the panoramic sunset view over Bagan.
Accommodations: Hotel in Bagan
Day 3: Bagan sightseeing – Fly to Yangon
After breakfast, you start the day at Nyaung U Market where you have great chance to meet and talk with the friendly locals. On this day, you enjoy the unique experience of a horse-cart ride, head to Minkaba Gubyaukyi Temple, and continue your day to Manuha Temple. The last stop today is a local lacquer ware workshop where you learn how this traditional piece of art is made. In the afternoon, you fly back to Yangon. Pick-up and transfer to your hotel for check-in.
Rest of the day is at your leisure.
Accommodations: Hotel in Yangon
Day 4: Yangon city tour – Departure
Spend a half-day exploring Yangon from Sule Pagoda, an important Yangon landmark centrally at the bustling area. Now you have the visit at Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda, which houses the fourth largest colossal 70 meters reclining Buddha. Continue the day by shopping time at Bogyoke Market, formerly Scott Market (closed on Mondays and public holidays). Built in the 1920s under British rule, the side is listed a heritage of Yangon. It has more than 2,000 stalls dominated by large selections of antique Burmese handicraft, clothing and jewelry…
Finally, you get transferred to the airport for departure. End services.
- In-tour flights: Yangon – Bagan, Bagan – Yangon
- Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels
- Services of a private driver and air-conditioned vehicles
- Service of English speaking guides in every location
- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
- All entrance fees, performances, boat trips & excursions.
- International flights
- Meals other than those mentioned in the itinerary
- Early check-in and late check-out at hotels.
- Personal expenses (such as laundry, telephone, drinks, etc.)
- Tips for guides and drivers
- Personal travel insurance
- Myanmar Visa fees (contact us for further information).