Yangon-Kyaikhtiyo-Bago-Thanlyin-Yangon (5 Days/ 4 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 -Kyaikhtiyo

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 , travelers 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-3 Kyaikhtiyo-Bago-Yangon

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-4 Yangon-Thanlyin

When exploring the sleepy village Thanlyn ( SYRIAM ), which was once a major port giving base for a Portuguese adventurer, Philip De Brito who actually ran his own little kingdom from Thanlyin siding with the Mon in their struggle against the Myanmar. Take a boat to see YE LE PAYA TEMPLE (middle stream), set on a tiny island in the river. Stroll through the riverside market and visit on the way back to Yangon the large Kyiakkhauk pagoda. After Lunch the excursion begins from Aung San Market ( Scot Market ) he famous market of Yangon. And then visit to "Chaukhtathgyi Pagoda" it is the fourth largest colossal reclining image in Myanmar and 67m long. Enjoy dinner at Karaweik Palace Restaurant with culture show. Stay overnight at the Hotel in Yangon.

Day-5 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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