Yangon-Bagan-Mandalay-Mingun-Pindaya-Inle-Yangon (10 Days / 9 Nights)


   Day-1 Arrive Yangon

Arrive Yangon International Airport(Morning Flight).Welcome by our English speaking guide and transfer to hotel check in . Start to visit in the city tour including Shwedagone Pagoda(is the also known to the Buddhist world as the first pagoda on earth),Sule(is the landmark of the heart of Yangon),Bogyoke Market (in the downtown area,with hundreds of stors selling from lacquer ware to silk) and then working tour in the Colonial downtown of Yangon.Over night at Hotel Yangon.

   Day- 2 Yangon –Bagan

After breakfast at the Hotel, depart for Bagan by morning flight. Arrive at the Nyaung U airport and then transfer to hotel. Bagan was known as Pagan in the past. Start a visit to Nyaung-U local market, and continue to visit the most famous pagodas and temples including Shwezigon Pagoda built in 1102 AD. It began during the reign of King Anawrahta. Afterward, head to Gupyaukgyi Temple which stands close to the Mya Zedi Temple near the Minkaba Village. This Mya Zedi Temple was built in AD.1113 by prince Yaza Kumaya. And then, head to Htilominlo Temple built by King Nantaungmya in AD 1218. It is learnt that this temple is the last Myanmar style temple in Bagan. After visiting these pagodas, enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant. And then, visit an interesting lacquerware work shop to learn about the fascinating technique of this handicraft. Watch a beautiful sunset over Bagan from a temple. Stay overnight at the Hotel.

   Day- 3 Bagan

After breakfast at the Hotel, visit Manuha Temple built by King Manuha in 1059 A.D. It is said that only the reclining Buddha, in the act of entering Nibbana, has a smile on its face and showing that for Manuha only death was a release from his suffering. And then, visit Law Ka Nanda stupa built during the reign of King Anawrahta. This Pagoda stands on the Ayeyarwaddy River, that is why you can watch the sunset from this pagoda. And then, visit Sulamani Temple which was built by King Narapatisithu in A.D. 1183. It is similar to the Thatbyinnyu Temple. Another tourist attraction is Dhammayangyi Temple which is the most massive structure in Bagan. This Temple was built by King Narathu AD (1167-70 ). This is one of the four most important monuments in ancient Bagan. Moreover, the most interesting fact about Bagan is where visitor can observe and learn about the changes of traditions and culture in different dynasties and interesting history of pagodas, which had been recorded on amazing murals of some pagodas and temples. This is not the end of what Bagan has to offer to visitors. To enjoy one of the most beautiful moment in a day, they can enjoy by watching sunset,. And then, return to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

   Day- 4 Bagan-Mandalay

After breakfast, transfer to airport for the flight to Mandalay . Upon arrival, drive to Amarapura, visit a bridge, called U Bein which belongs to 1782 recuperated from the waste of an abandoned palace totally in teak wood accredited to the achievement of the mayor U Bein. Then extend to Mahagandayone, a monastery with high reputation consists of more than a thousand of monks can be seen at the same time while they have their first meal of the day. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda with its spectacular Buddha image. Wood and Stone carvings, gold leaf beating workshop, ShweKyaung (golden palace monastery), Kuthodaw Pagoda which is famous as the World's Biggest Book.By visiting the Shwe Nan Daw Kyaung wooden monastery in teak wood standing to witness the durability of teak and the carving of the 19th century is still with totally traditional Myanmar style. Stay overnight in Mandalay.

   Day- 5 Mandalay-Mingun-Mandalay

After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Mingun, just one hour boat ride along the Ayeyarwaddy river from Mandalay. The first tourist attraction is Mingun Phahtotawgyi built by King Bodawpaya, the biggest pagoda in the world. Another attraction is the Mingun Bell at a height of 3.7 meters. This bell is recognized as the largest working bell in the world and it was cast in bronze in 1808. The next one is Hsinbyume Pagoda (also known as Myatheindan Pagoda ) built by King Bagyitaw in memory of his favorite wife in AD 1816. And then, return to Mandalay and explore to Mandalay Hill, a vantage point for a panoramic view of the city and a spectacular sunset view. It is worthy to have a stroll up the hill enjoying panoramic views from different location. Stay overnight in Mandalay.

   Day- 6 Mandalay-Inle

After breakfast, transfer to Mandalay airport for a domestic flight to HEHO. Upon arrival to Heho airport, proceed by road to PINDAYA (60 km – 2½ hour) and visit PINDAYA CAVES, a unique site housing thousands of Buddha images placed there by devotees and pilgrims over the centuries. After lunch at a good local restaurant, drive to NYAUNG SHWE (90 km – 4 hour) and transfer to your hotel on INLE LAKE by boat. Overnight stay in Inle Lake.

   Day- 7 Inle

After breakfast at the hotel, enjoy incredible sightseeing of Inle lake which is 22km long. Not only can you observe fascinating indigenous culture, floating gardens and floating houses of local dwellers in nearby villages but also you can meet friendly local ethnic communities and Intha people who are famous for their leg rowing. If you are lucky, you can grip the great opportunity there to enjoy amazing experience of floating market that rotates among five locations every five days. Proceed to visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda. This pagoda festival is one of the largest Buddhist festivals in Myanmar. It is held in between September and October. And then, head to Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery ( Jumping Cat Monastery ) and view beautiful local handicraft ( silk weaving & silver smith and black smith ). Stay overnight at the hotel.

   Day- 8 Inle-Yangon

After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Heho Airport to depart for Yangon by flight. Upon arrival to Yangon, proceed sightseeing including to world largest Marble Buddha Image called (Mahaabayalabamuni Buddha Image), The International Theravada Buddhist Missionary University and Buddha Tooth Relic Pagoda (Swedaw Pagoda). Enjoy lunch at a good local restaurant and proceed to Kabaraye Pagoda (World Peace Pagoda). And then visit Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda, one of the remarkable attractions in Yangon. It is a very huge reclining buddha with large feet. This reclining Buddha image is 216 feet (66 meters) long. In the evening,join walking tour on the strand road where colonial buildings are positioned elegantly and can enjoy sunset from Nanthida Jetty. Stay overnight in Yangon.

   Day- 9 Yangon-Bago-Yangon

Depart Yangon in the morning for the drive to BAGO the ancient capital of the Mon 86 km northeast of Yangon (50miles , Round about 2 hours). Your full day of sightseeing will a visit to a “Nat” tree shrine and an Allied War Graves cemetery near HTAUK KYAN . then the charming and outmost characteristic monastery of Kya Khet Waii Monestry, a teaching center for hundreds of monks from all regions in the country to study Theravada (Hinayana) Buddhism. Your will have time to observe the monks walking mindfully in procession for their last meal of the day. Proceed to the over a thousand years old SHWEMAWDAW PAGODA with its Zedi taller the SHWEDAGON PAGODA (116m). After having lunch at a simple local restaurant, you will continue sightseeing with the 55-meter long reclining SHWE THA LYAUNG Buddha , which is among one of the country’s most impressive image and the four giant Buddha images at KYAIK PUN PAGODA. Get to know more about the local tradition in a ‘Mon’ weaving and handicraft village and go back to Yangon.Stay overnight in Yangon.

   Day-10 Yangon Departure

After breakfast at the hotel, take leisure time before leaving for the airport. Then, transfer to the Yangon International Airport for return flight.

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