Day01- Arrival at Yangon
Day02- Yangon-Heho (By am flight)
morning transfer to airport for flight to heho and transfer to hotel for
check in. After refreshment, take a boat for the excursion on Inle Lake
famous for its unique one-leg rowers, typical floating gardens, local
methods of fishing and village life. Continue visit to Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda
housing five sacred Buddha images. In the afternoon, proceed to the silk
weaving village of In Phaw Khon and visit Nga Phe Chaung, the biggest and
oldest monastery around Inle Lake.
Day03- Inle-Heho-Mandalay (By am flight)
breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport for flight to Mandalay. Upon
arrival, drive to Amarapura and visit Mahagandayon Monastery, a famous
Buddhist learning center with a thousand monks, who take their final meal of
the day in total silence. Proceed to visit the ancient art of silk and
cotton weaving, using handlooms and U Bein Bridge, over 150 years old. In
the afternoon visit the Mahamuni Pagoda; Shwenandaw monastery, noted for its
exquisite wood carvings; Atumashi monastery; Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the
world's Biggest Book for its stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures and Mandalay
Hill for enjoying the sunset.
Day04- Mandalay Full day Sightseeing (By Coach)
at hotel, Sightseeing in Mandalay highlights traditional silk weaving
industry; Shwenandaw Monastery, noted for its exquisite wood carvings;
Atumashi Monastery; Kyauktawgyi Pagoda, a large Buddha image carved out of a
single block of marble; Eindawya, a finely proportionate pagoda; Shweinbin
Monastery, an excellent specimen of Myanmar wooden architecture; famous
Mahamuni Pagoda; and traditional handicraft workshops - ivory carving,
gold-leaf making and embroidery work.
breakfast, early morning drive to Sagaing Hill, a retreat for Buddhist
devotees with numerous pagodas and monasteries; visit Kaunghmudaw Pagoda and
proceed to Monywa, noted for its pagodas, religious institutions and places
in its outlying area. Continue to visit the magnificent Thanbokde Pagoda,
adorned with 502,357 Buddha images big and small; and Kyaukka Village,
another centre for typical Myanmar lacquer-ware industry with unique
at hotel, take the ferry to the other side of the Chindwin River and where
you board a car to see the seldom visited 15th Phowin taung temple complex
where many sandstone Buddha’s were carved in the hillsides in caves. Then,
proceed to Pakokku by car and take a boat and cross the Ayeyarwaddy River to
Day07- Bagan Full day Sightseeing (By Coach)
Early morning transfer to airport for flight to Bagan. Sightseeing in Bagan includes Nyaung Oo Market; Shwezigon Pagoda, the prototype of later Myanmar stupas; Kyansittha Umin, a tunnel with an interesting feature of paintings; Htilominlo Temple and Shwegugyi Temple transitional in style between the Early and Late Bagan period. Lunch at a restaurant. Afternoon visit Ananda Temple; Ananda Okkyaung, a brick monastery with mural painting; Lacquerware factories; Manuha Temple; Nanpaya, an Early style temple with the finest stone carvings; Thatbyinnyu, the highest of Bagan temples; and Bupaya Pagoda on the brink of majestic Ayeyarwaddy River.
Overnight at hotel in Bagan.
Day08- Bagan Mt.Popa (By Coavh)
morning drive to Mt. Poppa ( 6 hrs drive). Visit the extinct volcano. Rising
out of the shimmering heat, the solitary volcanic crag of Mt. Poppa is home
to Myanmar's most powerful " nats ". (Spirits) Visit the Nat Museum with its
life-sized statues of the 37 Nat Gods. You can see many pilgrims along the
way. Late afternoon drive back to Bagan.
Day09- Bagan-Yangon (By am flight)
breakfast, transfer to airport for flight back to Yangon. Afternoon, visit
Sule Pagoda , dating back over 2000 years, the Mahabandoola Park with its
Independence Monument and walk around the downtown area and visit Bogyoke
(Scott) Market. You can enjoy the daily lives of Myanmar people.
Free at your own leisure until to be transferred to Yangon International
Airport for your onward flight.