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Car Rental Service

By hour,time ,intown, out-of-town and for all over the country trips are provided.Saloon, Van, Town Ace, Hi Ace, Pajero, Parado, 4WD, 23,33,35,45, seater are also available.

Monthly, Yearly Rental Service

For using at home, in the company, in factory and for school ferry.We provide services for yearly rental with or without driver.

Package Tour

For company , factory, school,organization and family pilgrimage tours,economic tours,we can provide borad,food and tour guides in the package tour.We can assure that you are very pleased to warm, lively and courteous of our tour guides.

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Car Rental Service

By hour,time ,intown, out-of-town and for all over the country trips are provided.Saloon, Van, Town Ace, Hi Ace, Pajero, Parado, 4WD, 23,33,35,45, seater are also available.

Monthly, Yearly Rental Service

For using at home, in the company, in factory and for school ferry.We provide services for yearly rental with or without driver.

Package Tour

For company , factory, school,organization and family pilgrimage tours,economic tours,we can provide borad,food and tour guides in the package tour.We can assure that you are very pleased to warm, lively and courteous of our tour guides.

Our Services

You can customize the tour for your own comfort. We provide part-time, full-time rental service to go within Yangon or throughout Myanmar with twGufSaloon,van,TownAce, HiAce,Pajero,Parado,4WD,22,33,35,45Seater buses. We have a wide variety of tour packages with reasonable prices. For company/business trips, family trips, group tour, we will provide you with local guides who will arrange meals, accomodation.,etc.

Package Routes

Day1. Arrival Yangon with morning flight. Transfer to hotel. Visit the gold-clad Shwedagon Pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98 meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meter long Reclining Buddha images; Kabaraye(world peace) Pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod; and Maha Pasana Cave. This ‘grate cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to Kabaraye Pagoda. It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. To Thanlyin across Yangon river on Thanlyin bridge. Syriamis home to two splendid pagodas; the Kyaikkauk pagoda and Kyaikmawwon pagoda, situated on island. Meet local people at the Kyauktan Market and then to Kyaikmawwon pagoda situated in the middle of the river. Return to hotel at overnight.

Day2. After breakfast, sightseeing at National Museum to see the 8 meter high Golden Lion Throne and Mandalay Royal Regalia, Bogyoke Market. Yangon’s leading shopping centre where Myanmar handcraft, gems, local and imported items from designer clothes to liquor can buy; Sule Pagoda situated in the centre of Yangon enshrining a sacred hair Relic. The golden pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post Office, a well preserved building of the colonical era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China town. Night hotel.

Dady3. Free at leisure until departure.

Day1.Arrival Yangon with morning flight. Transfer to Hotel . Visit the gold-clad ,Shwedagon Pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98-meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meters long Reclining Buddha Image; Kabaraye(world peace) Pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod ; and the Maha Pasana Cave. This ‘grate cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to kabaraye pagoda .It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. To Thanlyin across Yangon river on Thanlyin bridge. Syriamis home to two splendid pagodas; the Kyaikkauk Pagoda and Kyaikmawwon Pagoda, situated on island. Meet local people at the Kyauktan Market and then to Kyaikmawwon Pagoda situated in the middle of the river. Return to hotel and overnight at Yangon.

Day2.After breakfast, take morning trip day return to Bago, an ancient capital of Mon Kingdom in the 15th century, which is 80 km far from Yangon and it takes 2 hrs to go to there. It is situated in northwest of Yangon. Visit to Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Shwethalyaung (Reclining Buddha) image, the most life-like in the country,55-meters long and the four huge Buddha images seated back to back at Kyaikpun,Mahazedi Pagoda, Ka Hlyar Ni Ordaining Hall, Kanbawza Thardi old Palace (now excavated).shopping at Bago Market. Return Yangon. Overnight at hotel.

Day3.After breakfast, sightseeing at National Museum, to see the 8 meter high Golden Lion Throne and Mandalay Royal Regalia, Bogyoke Market, Yangon’s leading shoping centre where Myanmar handicrafts, gems, local and imported items from designers clothes to liquer can buy. Sule Pagoda situated in the centre of Yangon City.The Yangon pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post office ,a well preserved building of the colonical era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China Town .Night Yangon.

Day4.Free at leisure until departure.

Day1.Arrival Yangon with morning flight. Transfer to Hotel. Visit the gold-clad ,Shwedagon Pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98-meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meters long Reclining Buddha Image; Kabaraye(world peace) Pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod ; and the Maha Pasana Cave. This ‘grate cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to kabaraye pagoda .It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. Afternoon sightseeing at National museum. Bogyoke market. Yangon’s leading shopping centre where Myanmar handicraft, gems, local and imported items from designer clothes to liquer can buy; Sule Pagoda situated in the center of Yangon enshrining a sacred hair Relic. The golden pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post office, a well preserved building of the colonial era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China town. Overnight at Yangon.

Day2.After breakfast, take morning trip to Kyeikhtiyo (Golden Rock) Pagoda.Built on a boulder delicately balanced at the edge of a cliff,defying the rules of gravity ,offers an awe-inspiring sight. It can be reached going up part of the way by car and then on foot to the Golden Rock. Night kyeikhtiyo.

Day3.Visit Mokesoe (Hunter) Mountain Pagoda and Yathey(Hermit) mountain. Proceed to Bago, an ancient capital of Mon Kingdom in the 15th century, which is 80 km far from Yangon and it takes 2 hrs to go to there. It is situated in northwest of Yangon. Visit to Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Shwethalyaung(Reclining Buddha) image, the most life-like in the country,55-meters long and the four huge Buddha images seated back to back at Kyaikpun . Return Yangon. Overnight at hotel.

Day4 . Free at leisure until departure.

Day1. Arrival Yangon.Transfer to Hotel. Visit the gold-clad Shwedagon pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98 meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meter long Reclining Buddha images; Kabaraye(world peace) pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod; and Maha Pasana Cave. This ‘grate cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to Kabaraye Pagoda. It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. The golden pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post Office, a well preserved building of the colonial era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China Town. Overnight in Yangon.

Day2.After breakfast, Pathein (famous for umbrella making city) by private car. Proceed to Chaung Tha (The Beach Resort),which is locaed on a quite part of the beach on the West cost of Myanmar near Pathein Township and right on the edge of the Indian Ocean.Local sightseeing on the way. OverNight Chaung Tha.

Day3.Sightseeing in ChaungTha Beach. Lunch on the Beach. Return to Yangon.

Day4.Free at leisure until departure.

Day1 . Arrival Yangon with morning flight. Transfer to hotel. Visit the gold-clad Shwedagon pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98 meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meter long Reclining Buddha images; Kabaraye(world peace) pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod; and Maha Pasana Cave. This ‘grate cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to Kabaraye Pagoda. It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. The golden pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post Office, a well preserved building of the colonial era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China Town. Overnight at Yangon.

Day2.After breakfast,Yangon to Thandwe by flight. Proceed to Ngapali Beach,the finest seaside in Myanmar lies on the Bay of Bengal. Sightseeing on Beach. Lunch in Ngapali. Overnight in Ngapali Beach.

Day3.Full day at leisure, overnight in Ngapali Beach.

Day4.Transfer to airport for flight back toYangon .visit National museum and Bogyoke Market. Yangon’s leading shopping centre where Myanmar handicraft, gems, local and imported items from designer clothes to liquor can buy. Sule Pagoda situated in the centre of Yangon City and Karaweik Hall, a Royal floating barge on a lake. Overnight at Yangon.

Day5.Free at leisure until departure.

Day1.Arrival on Yangon with morning flight. Transfer to Hotel .Visit the gold-clad Shwedagon Pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98- meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meters long Reclining Buddha Image; Kabaraye(World Peace) Pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod; and Maha Pasana cave. This ‘great cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to the Kabaraye Pagoda. It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment.

Day2. After breakfast, take morning flight to Bagan. Visit Shwezigone Pagoda, the prototype of all pagodas in Myanmar; Alodawpyae Temple, and Wetkyinn, the 13th century “cave temple” with some frescos from the jataka. Stories of the buddha’s past lives. Afternoon sightseeing at lacquerware industry. Lawkananda Pagoda. Manuha pagoda, named after Manuha, a captive Mon King and supposedly built by him to express displeasure at his captivity:close behind the Manuha Pagoda is the Nan Paya said to have been used as Manuha’s prison : Myinkaba Gubyaukgyi, built by Kyansittha’s son Rajkumar on his father’s death. There are some stuccowork on its exterior walls; Myazedi; Ananda Temple, one of the largest, finest and best preserved and most revered of the Bagan temples, and home to four 9.5 m standing Buddhas; Thatbyinnyu, the highest of Bagan temples; and Bupaya Pagoda on the brink of majestic Ayeyarwaddy River; Shwesandaw Pagoda, a graceful circular pagoda whose upper terrace has become a very popular sunset-viewing spot. Overnight at Bagan.

Day3.Bagan to Mt. Popa by coach. Some 50 km southeast of Bagan. Mt.Popa, an extinct volcano 1,500m high, is the legendry abode of “nats”(spirits).The Pagoda at the summit can be reached by climbing over 700 steps. The view of the surrounding area from the top is spectacular. And Visit Nyaung U market. Overnight at Bagan.

Day4.After breakfast, take morning flight back to Yangon.Transfer to Hotel. Afternoon, visit National museum to see the 8 meter high Golden Lion Throne and Mandalay Royal Regalia and Bogyoke Market . Yangon’s leading shopping centre where Myanmar handicraft, gems, local and imported items from designer clothes to liquor can buy. Sule Pagoda situated in the centre of Yangon City. The golden pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post Office, a well preserved building of the colonial era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China Town. Overnight at Yangon. Overnight at Yangon.

Day5.Free at leisure until departure.

Day1.Arrival Yangon with morning flight. Transfer to hotel . Visit the gold-clad Shwedagon pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98 meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meter long Reclining Buddha images; Kabaraye(world peace) pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod; and Maha Pasana Cave. This ‘grate cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to Kabaraye Pagoda. It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. The golden pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post Office, a well preserved building of the colonial era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China Town. Overnight Yangon.

Day2.Early breakfast and transfer to airport for flight to Sittwe. Upon arrival, proced to the ancient former capital of Mrauk Oo by boat. Picnic lunch will be taken during boat journey. On arrivel transfer to Mrauk Oo hotel. Proceed for sightseeing of nearby ancient city, with remains of walls, gateways and unusual 16th century temples such as the maze-like “Shitthaung” shrine of 80,000 images. Dinner at local restaurant and overnight Mrauk Oo.

Day3.After breakfast, for drove by open truck to Wethali (Vesali), the 10km distance will take about 1hour.Sightseeing include remains of Walls, Defensive Moat System. Central Place, and a 5m high seated Buddha.Return to Mrauk Oo and visit Andaw Paya sanctuary, Yadana Pon Paya Stupa and Dukkanthein Monastery. Early afternoon , join boat for return journey downriver to Sittwe, with picnic lunch on board. Dinner at local restaurant and overnight in Sittwe.

Day4.After breakfast , visit to Sittwe’s main market, where fisherfolk, town and rural people come to buy and sell fish and general supplies. And then, transfer to airport for return domestic flight to Yangon. On arrival directly transfer to hotel. Overnight Yangon.

Day5.Free at leisure until departure.

Day1.Arrival on Yangon with morning flight. Transfer to hotel. Visit the gold-clad Shwedagon pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98 meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meter long Reclining Buddha images; Kabaraye(world peace) pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod; and Maha Pasana Cave. This ‘grate cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to Kabaraye Pagoda. It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. The golden pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post Office, a well preserved building of the colonial era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China Town. Overnight at Yangon.

Day2.After Breakfast, take morning flight to Bagan. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel. Sightseeing Bagan. Visit Shwezigone Pagoda, the prototype of pagodas in Myanmar. ; Alodawpyae Temple, and Wetkyinn, the 13th century “cave temple” with some frescos from the jataka. Stories of the buddha’s past lives. Afternoon sightseeing at lacquerware industry. Lawkananda Pagoda. Manuha pagoda, named after Manuha, a captive Mon King and supposedly built by him to express displeasure at his captivity:close behind the Manuha Pagoda is the Nan Paya said to have been used as Manuha’s prison : Myinkaba Gubyaukgyi, built by Kyansittha’s son Rajkumar on his father’s death. There are some stuccowork on its exterior walls; Myazedi; Ananda Temple, one of the largest, finest and best preserved and most revered of the Bagan temples, and home to four 9.5 m standing Buddhas; Thatbyinnyu, the highest of Bagan temples; and Bupaya Pagoda on the brink of majestic Ayeyarwaddy River; Shwesandaw Pagoda, a graceful circular pagoda whose upper terrace has become a very popular sunset-viewing spot. Overnight Bagan.

Day3.Bagan to Mt- Popa by coach. Some 50 km southeast of Bagan. Mt.Popa, an extinct volcano 1,500m high, is the legendry abode of “nats” (spirits).The Pagoda at the summit can be reached by climbing over 700 steps. The view of the surrounding area from the top is spectacular.And Visit Nyaung U market. Overnight at Bagan.

Day4.Bagan to Heho by morning flight. Excursion by boat on Inle lake. Visit floating garden, floating markets, observe Intha fishermen rowing their boats with their legs, gold and blacksmiths and weaving industry. After Lunch, visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda and Ngaphechaung Monastery (watch jumping cats).Overnight at Naung Shwe.

Day5.Visit to the unique PINDAYA CAVES wherein thousands of Buddha images placed by pilgrims over many centuries. Shan umbrella and paper making industry and Botaloke Lake. After that, drive by car to Heho for fly back to Yangon with evening flight. On arrival, transfer to hotel. Stay overnight in Yangon.

Day6.After breakfast, visit Sule Pagoda, is situated in the centre of the Yangon city; National Museum to see the 8 meter high Golden Lion Throne and Mandalay Royal Regalia; and Bogyoke market, Yangon’s leading shopping centre where Myanmar handicraft, gems, local and imported items from designer clothes to liquor can buy. After lunch, transfer to International airport departure with evening flight.

Day1.Arrival Yangon. Transfer to hotel. Sightseeing in Yangon. Stay overnight at Yangon.

Day2.Take morning flight to HEHO. Transfer to PINDAYA and check into hotel beside the lake. Visit nearby village houses making paper umbrellas and pottery. Dinner at hotel with Danu folk dance and music performance. Over night at PINDAYA.

Day3.After breakfast, excursion to explore the unique PINDAYA CAVES, containing thousands of Buddha images placed here by pilgrims over many rural farmhouse. After lunch, proceed to TAUNGGYI, capital of Shan state. And After hotel check-in at NYAUNG SHWE visit the former Maharaja’s pa lace and a cheroot factory, producing local cigars. Return to hotel for a Shan-style dinner ,served on individual laquer tables followed by performance of traditional puppets. Overnight Nyaung Shwe.

Day4.After an early breakfast, a morning boat excursion on scenic Inle Lake, to include sights of typical leg-rowers, floating garden and local fishermen. Visit village houses, builds on stills over the water, to see handloom weaving and also visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda and Ngaphechaung Monastery (watch jumping cats). Local Intha-style lake-dwellers lunch is served at a private home.visit a local open-air market followed by full-day excursion into nearby hills to explore villages of colourful ethnic folk. Shan-style picnic lunch is included. Return to Nyaung Shwe, part-way by canoe. Dinner of spicy Padaung cuisine , followed by tribal dances. Overnight in Nyaung Shwe.

Day5.After breakfast,transfer to Heho for morning flight to Yangon, sightseeing at National Museum to see the 8 meter high Golden Lion Throne and Mandalay Royal Regalia, Bogyoke Market. Yangon’s leading shopping centre where Myanmar handcraft, gems ,local and imported items from designer clothes to liquor can buy; Sule Pagoda situated in the centre of Yangon enshrining a sacred hair Relic and Karaweik Hall,a Royal floating barge on a lake. Overnight at Yangon.

Day6.Free at leisure until departure.

Day1.Arrival Yangon with morning flight. Transfer to hotel.Visit the gold-clad Shwedagon Pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98 meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meter long Reclining Buddha images; Kabaraye(world peace) pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod; and Maha Pasana Cave. This ‘grate cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to Kabaraye Pagoda. It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. The golden pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post Office, a well preserved building of the colonial era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China Town. Overnight at Yangon.

Day2.After breakfast, take morning flight to Mandalay, the last capital of Myanmar Kings. Built by King Mindon in 1857, Mandalay is the second largest city .Visit Zaycho market and Tapestry work. Lunch, aftersigtseeing in Shwenandaw Monastery, Kuthodaw Pagoda, also known as the “World’s Largest Book” for the 729 marble slabs in its compound on which is inscriped the entire Buddhist Scriptures. Sandamuni Pagoda, Kyauktawgyi Image and Mandalay Hill (panoramic view of the sunset). Night Mandalay.

Day3.After breakfast, visit to Mahamuni Buddha Image and wood & stone carving works; bronze culture; Proceed to Amarupura and ancient capital; visit Mahagandayone Monastery and observe the alms –food offering to hundreds of monks; U Bein bridge across the Taungthaman Lake. Lunch. Proceed to Sagaing across the Ayeyarwaddy River; visit silver works, potteries, Kangmudaw Pagoda and Sagaing Hill dotted with pagodas and an ideal place for meditation and a vantage point for viewing the sunset. Return to Mandalay. Night Mandalay.

Day4.Transfer to jetty for boat trip to Bagan, where 2,000 temples and pagodas are scattering on an awe-inspiring plain beside the river. A guided orientation tour introduces you to the most important temples. Overnight in Bagan.

Day5.After breakfast, visit to Shwezigone Pagoda, the prototype of pagodas in Myanmar; Alodawpyae Temple, and Wetkyinn, the 13th century “cave temple” with some frescos from the jataka. Stories of the buddha’s past lives. Afternoon sightseeing at lacquerware industry. Lawkananda Pagoda. Manuha pagoda, named after Manuha, a captive Mon King and supposedly built by him to express displeasure at his captivity: close behind the Manuha Pagoda is the Nan Paya said to have been used as Manuha’s prison : Myinkaba Gubyaukgyi, built by Kyansittha’s son Rajkumar on his father’s death. There are some stuccowork on its exterior walls; Myazedi; Ananda Temple, one of the largest, finest and best preserved and most revered of the Bagan temples, and home to four 9.5 m standing Buddhas; Thatbyinnyu Temples, the highest of Bagan temples; and Bupaya Pagoda on the brink of majestic Ayeyarwaddy River; Shwesandaw Pagoda, a graceful circular pagoda whose upper terrace has become a very popular sunset-viewing spot. Overnight Bagan.

Day6.Bagan to Mt. Popa by coach. Some 50 km southeast of Bagan.Mt.Popa, an extinct volcano 1,500m high, is the legendry abode of “nats”(spirits).The Pagoda at the summit can be reached by climbing over 700 steps. The view of the surrounding area from the top is spectacular. And visit Nyaung U market and transfer to airport for fly back to Yangon with evening flight. Night Yangon.

Day7.Free at leisure until departure.

Day1. Arrivel Yangon. Transfer to hotel. Sighgtseeing .Overnight Yangon.

Day2.Transfer to Yangon airport for flight to Nyaung Oo.Sightseeing Bagan high lights Nyaung Oo market. Shwezigon Pagoda,the prototype of later Myanmar stupas;Kyansitta 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 Anad Temple; Anada Okkyaung,a brick monastery with mural painting;Lac-querware factories; Manuha Temple;Nanpaya, an Early style temple with the finest ston carvings; Thatbyinnyu, the highest of Bagan temples; and Bupaya Pagoda on the brink of majestic Ayeyarwaddy River.Overenight at Ayeyar Hotel.

Day3. Morning excursion to the enchanting Mount Popa, a great extinct volcano situated about 67km southeast of Bagn,via Kyaukpadaung. Mount Popa, standing out as a green-clad landmark in the Dry Zone,is a place of special importance in Myanmar culture.history and legands. Tour highlights:toddy palm groves and jiggery , cottage industry;KyaukPadaung Market;Popa Village; and the famous Popa Taungkalat, a tower-like volcanic plug lying on the south-western slope of Mount Popa.Overnight at Ayeyar Hotel.

Day4. Morning transfer to Nyaung Oo Heho. Upon arrival,drive to the small quite town Pindaya to visit Pindaya Lake and Pindaya caves, well known for its countless Buddha images. Enjoy also the scenic beauty of the countryside along the road to Pindaya. Overnight at Conqueror Hotel.

Day5.Morning trek from Pindaya toYasakyi Village for study of hill tribes. Overnight at Monastery at Yasakyi Village.

Day6. After breakfast, trek from Yasakyi back to Pindaya and proceed to Nyaung Shwe. Overnight at Hupin Hotel.

Day7.Morning free at leisure until transfer to Heho airport for flight to Kyaing Tong. Afternoon sightseeing tour of Kyaing Tong including –Thittapin Taung, the 245 years old diferocapus tree plasnted by King Alaungphaya the founder of third Myanmar Dynasty; Shan laquerware workshop, the beautiful Nyaung Tong Lake and Maha Myatmuni Pagoda.Overnight at Hotel.

Day8. After breakfast, sightseeing in pin Tauk area. Lush mixed monsoon forest with a view to the plain tree fields looking like a hug, green patchwork blanked shimmering in the water of the flooded paddy fields . The guide will introduce you to the villagers of Akha and Enn tribes.Some are Baptized,some tribes still animists.The Enn tribes live on the higher slopes surroundings Pin Tauk area. They have distinctively different costumes and beliefs from the other tribes.Their traditional silver jewwllery is most elegent against their simple black jackets.In the Enn village of Nam Lin Min, there is a symbolic tather post representing their and ancestors’beliefs in spiritual –beings.Late afternoon come back toKyaing Tong .Overnight at Hotel.

Day9.Mornng visit to water Buffalo Market. Then take the car and trek about 1 hour to drive Ho Kyin Village, typical Akha Village. From here continue to Nam Phank Akha Village and to Pang Ma Phai Akha tribs village to learn more about their daily life. Come back to the car to go to Mong Zine(Khun Villagez) to see traditional Lahu Knives made by Lahu Blacksmith. One the way back to hotel visit Joe Phyu,”Wa Village”. Overnight at Hotel.

Day10. Morning visit the central Market offring the mixture of local products,handcraft wares of the tribal foke and merchandise from Thailand and China.Proceed to Nyaung Tong Lake and Wat Jom Kham Pagoda,the most impressive one. Then ttrasfer to Kyaing Tong Airport for flight to Heho. Upon arrival transfer to Nyaung Shwe.Overrnight at Hupin Hotel.

Day11. Excursion to Inle lake ,famous for its legrowers and scenic beauty. Tour highlights: Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda;weaving village of Inpawkhon; wonderful floating gardens; floating market; method of fishing;and village life on the lake.Overnight at Hupin Hotel.

Day12. Morning excursion to Inn Taing for study of ruins of pagodas and lifes of the villagers. Overnight at Huin Hotel.

Day13. Transfer to heho airport for flight back to Yangon . Upon arrival, sightseeing .Overnight at Hotel.

Day14. Free at leisure until departure.

Day1. Arrival Yangon.Sightseeing Yangon.Overnight Yangon.

Day2. Take morning flight to Myitkyina.Visit Lantern Market and Myitsone,the confluence of the Maykha and Malikha rivers and beginning of the great Ayeyarwaddy River, by car.Continue to Jaw Bum Tower and study the Jinphaw’s way of life and tradition .Return to Myitkyina. Overnight Myitkyina.

Day3. Take morning flight to Putao,has a lot to offer for Hikers;natural enthusiasts and adventure travellers.Enjoy the picturesque sences of Hkakaborizi 5889 meters high snow capped mountain. Many different tribal village can be visited,trekking trips from few hours until several days can be arranged.Upon arrival,transfer to hotel.Sightseeing Putao and visit to Pan Hlaing Shan village.Overnight Putao.

Day4.After breakfast,visit Putao market,where at sunrise traders from the Rawang and Lisu villages to market their vegetables,fish,fabrics,and basket ware.There is also the chance to try a steaming bowl of Shan noodle soup in the early morning chill and to practice your haggling skills over Rawang village headman woven hats and colourful sarongs.Return to hotel and after lunch,shall enjoy a short trek into the forested hill,with the special option of an hours trek by elephant through terraced fields and jungle.Return to hotel.Overnight in Putao.

Day5. After breakfast,visit to the pictures village of Manchanbaw.From there we venture downstream by long tail boat onto the river through forested hills and past white river beaches,where villagers may be seen panning for gold.Return to hotel. Overnight in Putao.

Day6. After Breakfast,transfer to the airport for flight to Yangon.And arrival on Yangon,transfer to hotel.After lunch,visit Bogyoke Market,a delight to explore and Golden Valley offers many excellent Art Galleries.

Day7.Departure.

Day1. Arrival Yangon. Transfer to Hotel. Sightseeing Yangon. Overnight Yangon.

Day2. After breakfast,transfer to airport for flight and take by flight to Myeik. Overnight in Myeik.

Day3. Morning sightseeing in Myeik ,the Tanintharyi coast,in the extreme south of Myanmar ,is bounded by the beautiful islands .Overnight in Myeik.

Day4. Take from Myeik to Kawthaung by boat. Overnight in Kawthaung.

Day5. Sightseeing Kawthaung, the southern most town in Myanmar,known as Victoria Point,is one of the entry ports into Myanmar. Overnight in Kawthaung.

Day6. Sightseeing and study for trading with Thailand, fishing, rubber and cashew nuts. Ovrenight in Kawthaung.

Day7. Kawthaung Sightseeing and shopping.Overnight in Kawthaung.

Day8.From kawthaung to Ranong (the border town of Thailand, 30 minutes boat trip).

Day9. Return back to Yangon.

Day1.Arrival Yangon with morning flight. Transfer to hotel. Visit the gold-clad Shwedagon Pagoda in which are enshrined sacred hairs of the Buddha, the 2500- years old and 98 meters high Pagoda dominates the Yangon skyline; Chaukhtatgyi the 70-meter long Reclining Buddha images; Kabaraye(world peace) Pagoda built in 1952 for the sixth Buddhist Synod; and Maha Pasana Cave. This ‘grate cave’ is a totally artificial one built close to Kabaraye Pagoda. It was here that the Sixth Buddhist synod was held to coincide with the 2500th anniversary of the Buddha’s enlightenment. The golden pagoda is unusual in that it is octagonal in shape from the base right up to the top; the Yangon General Post Office, a well preserved building of the colonial era Yangon river jetty and the bustling China Town. Overnight at Yangon.

Day2.After Breakfast, take morning flight to Bagan. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel. Sightseeing Bagan. Visit Shwezigone Pagoda, the prototype of pagodas in Myanmar; Alodawpyae Temple, and Wetkyinn, the 13th century “cave temple” with some frescos from the jataka. Stories of the buddha’s past lives. Afternoon sightseeing at lacquerware industry. Lawkananda Pagoda, Manuha Pagoda, named after Manuha, a captive Mon King and supposedly built by him to express displeasure at his captivity: close behind the Manuha Pagoda is the Nan Paya said to have been used as Manuha’s prison : Myinkaba Gubyaukgyi, built by Kyansittha’s son Rajakumar on his father’s death. There are some stuccowork on its exterior walls; Myazedi; Ananda Temple, one of the largest, finest and best preserved and most revered of the Bagan temples, and home to four 9.5 m standing Buddha; Thatbyinnyu Temple, the highest of Bagan temples; and Bupaya Pagoda on the brink of majestic Ayeyarwaddy River; Shwesandaw Pagoda, a graceful circular pagoda whose upper terrace has become a very popular sunset-viewing spot. Stay overnight at Bagan.

Day3.Bagan to Mt. Popa by coach. Some 50 km southeast of Bagan. Mt.Popa, an extinct volcano 1,500m high, is the legendry abode of “nats”(spirits).The Pagoda at the summit can be reached by climbing over 700 steps. The view of the surrounding area from the top is spectacular. And Visit Nyaung U market. Overnight at Bagan.

Day4.Take a trip to Heho by flight and proceed to Kalaw by coach. Local sightseeing in Kalaw , and return to Nyaung Shwe. Overnight in Nyaung Shwe.

Day5.Visit Kalaw market and proceed to Pindaya sightseeing on the way. Lunch at Pindaya restaurant. Visit Pindaya cave set in deep hillside and containing over 8000 Buddha images of various size and many centuries old. Later, observe Shan umbrella and paper making industry and visit Botaloke Lake. Continue to Nyaung shwe. Overnight in Nyaung Shwe.

Day6.Excursion by boat on Inle lake. Visit floating garden and floating markets, observe Intha fishermen rowing their boats with their legs, gold and blacksmiths and weaving industry. Lunch. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda and Ngaphechaung Monastery (watch jumping cats). Return to Nyaung Shwe. Dinner and overnight at Nyaung Shwe.

Day7.After breakfast, Inle to Mandalay by coach. On arrival in Mandalay, visit Zaycho market and Tapestry work. Lunch, aftersigtseeing in Shwenandaw Monastery, Kuthodaw Pagoda, also known as the “World’s Largest Book” for the 729 marble slabs in its compound on which is inscriped the entire Buddhist Scriptures. Sandamuni Pagoda, Kyauktawgyi Image and Mandalay Hill (panoramic view of the sunset). Night in Mandalay.

Day8.After breakfast, visit to Mahamuni Buddha Image and wood and stone carving works; bronze culture; Proceed to Amarupura and ancient capital; visit Mahagandayone Monastery and observe the alms –food offering to hundreds of monks; U Bein bridge across the Taungthaman Lake. Lunch. Proceed to Sagaing across the Ayeyarwaddy River. Return to Yangon by evening flight. Overnight at Yangon.

Day9.Free at leisure until departure.

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