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Treasure of Myanmar

Treasure of Myanmar

Places to Visit: Yangon - Mandalay - Amarapura - Mandalay

Validity:Mar 31 2023

Duration:5 Nights / 6 Days

Day Wise Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Yangon Arrival

On arrival at Yangon International Airport, be welcomed by an English-speaking guide and then transferred to the hotel for check-in. Overnight in Yangon.

Day 2 Yangon (B)

Morning breakfast at hotel. First visit to Visit to "Kyauktawgyi Pagoda and Royal White Elephant". Kyauktawgyi Pagoda is also known as Lawka Chanthar Arbayar Laba Muni Buddha Image. Within the walking distance from Minn Dhamma Hill, there is an Elephant house where the two white elephants are kept. Then, Swedaw Paya (Buddha's Tooth Relic) and Kabar Aye (World Peace Pagoda). In the afternoon, leisure at hotel.  Once in Yangon, visit the Chauk Htat Gyi or Reclining Buddha statue. There are differences in the meaning of Reclining Buddha Statues, and to understand the difference it is important to take note of the right arm position. When the right hand is supporting the head, it signifies that the Buddha is resting as in this case. This evening, the first introduction to Myanmar's leading city visits the splendid Shwedagon Pagoda. Sheathed in gold, the magnificent monument is believed to be 2,600 years old and it's one of Yangon's premier attractions the pagoda's spire soars a massive 326 feet into the air. This stunning stupa attracts pilgrims from all over the world. After enjoying the breathtaking view of the sunset with the background of Shwedagon Pagoda, drive back to the hotel.

Overnight in Yangon.

Day 3 Yangon - Mandalay - Amarapura - Mandalay (B)

After having breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Yangon Airport departs for Mandalay by flight (Approx: 1:30 mins). From the airport leisure drive to the first visit place to Amarapura, the old capital, and site of the first British embassy in Myanmar in 1795. Visit a traditional hand-woven silk workshop. Myanmar silk is used mainly to make Cheit longyis, special garments worn by both men and women. Finally visit U Bein's Bridge, built-in 1782 by Major U Bein using salvaged teak columns from the deconstruction of Ava Palace. At 1.2 kilometers in length, it is believed to be the longest teak bridge in the world. Enjoy a stroll along the bridge and the fabulous views of the surrounding farms and streams. After the visit, the journey continues to Mandalay (12km) by passing through Mandalay's various agricultural landscapes and villages. Transfer to hotel for check-in. In the evening, head out to experience the sights and sounds of Mandalay, including one of the most revered religious images in Myanmar - the Mahamuni Pagoda. Admire the beautiful gold leaf covered statues on display.

Overnight in Mandalay.

Day 4 Mandalay - Mingun - Mandalay (B)

After breakfast, drive up to Mandalay Hill, rising 240 meters above the hill provides a great viewing platform of the surrounding countryside and the beauty of Mandalay city. Continue visit to the Shwenandaw Monastery which is the last original wooden structure of the Mandalay Royal Palace. This precious carved teak building was one of the King's rooms and became a monastery. Next visit, Kuthodaw (Maha Lawkamarazein Pagoda) which is famous as the world's largest book, is composed of hundreds of stone slabs that inscribed the whole Buddhist Literature. In the afternoon, the journey to Mingun and start to visit the Mingun Bell, Mingun Bell which weighs more than 87 tons and is more than 3.7 meters tall. This is the world's largest uncracked bell. Continue to the beautiful Hsinbyume (Ma Thein Tan) Pagoda, a white-washed temple built to resemble Mount Meru. And the unfinished, mighty Mingun Pagoda (built to be the worlds biggest.

Return to the hotel and overnight in Mandalay.

Day 5 Mandalay - Yangon (B)

Start the day with a delicious breakfast and transfer to the airport to take the flight back to Yangon (Approx. 1 Hr 30 mins). Arrive in Yangon and the city tour will offer many photo opportunities in Yangon's colonial buildings, some of which are on the Yangon City Heritage List. From here, proceed to the Bogyoke Market, also referred to as Scott Market, a mindboggling shopping place that is popular with both residents and tourists. Hundreds of shops and stalls offer a wide array of handicrafts, paintings, textiles, gems, and jewelry. In the late afternoon, visit the Botahtuang Pagoda, a religious monument rumored to have been built 2,600 years ago and contain the hair of the Buddha. The stupa is highly revered in the Buddhist community and is one of the city's most important landmarks.

Transfer and overnight at hotel.

Day 6 Yangon Departure (B)

Morning breakfast at the hotel. Free and leisure at hotel before check-out time. Then, the tour starts with the Yangon Colonial walking tour. There is a mixture of colonial buildings, churches, mosques (including Sunni and Shia), Buddhist monasteries, bustling Indian and Chinese quarters, and ordination halls. The beautiful building reflects the mix of religions in the city. Upon time permitting, the tour continues with an impressive photo opportunity at the Karaweik Barge moored on the eastern shores of Kandawgyi Lake inside the Kandawgyi Royal Park. All too soon, it will be time to transfer to Yangon international airport and return journey home.


  • Accommodations - Yangon (03 Nights) and Mandalay (02 Nights) as per itinerary
  • Meals - Daily Breakfast at hotel
  • Sightseeing - Yangon and Mandalay sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Entrance fees to mentioned sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Transportation - Transfer and Transportation with private AC car
  • Other services - English Speaking  Guide


  • Visa fee
  • Air fare
  • Travel insurance
  • Local guide TIP
  • GST & TCS
  • All other services not stated in the program
Rates starting from

INR 42,999

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