Inclusions/Exclusions
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Entrance Fees as per mentioned itinerary.
  • Transportation by private air condition car\
  • (4) Breakfast at hotel.(4) Lunch, (4) Dinner with standard menu.
  • Domestic flight ( Yangon – Bagan – Mandalay- Inle - Yangon)
  • English speaking station guide.
  • Accommodations based on twin /double sharing.
  • Mineral Water two bottle ( 500 ml ) for sightseeing day and one cold tower.

What is NOT included in the tour

Exclusions:

  1. International Air tickets,visas & Mandatory Travel insurance.
  2. Optional & Add-On tours unless mentioned otherwise.
  3. Entrance fees not specified above.
  4. Any other meals other than specified above.
  5. Any other sightseeing other than mentioned above.
  6. Any item of personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone calls etc
  7. Items which are not mentioned under ‘’INCLUSIONS’’ column 
Itinerary

DAY 1: ARRIVE YANGON (DINNER )

Arrive to Yangon by International Flight. Meet with Guide at the airport and Dinner at Karaweik Palace restaurant with culture show. Then transfer to hotel for check in. Overnight at Yangon

DAY 2: YANGON - BAGAN (BREAKFAST/LUNCH/DINNER)

Have breakfast and meet with guide at the hotel. Transfer to airport for Yangon to Bagan by domestic flight. Arrive Bagan and meet with guide at the airport. Transfer to hotel for check in. Take a rest short time and Bagan city sightseeing, “Nyaung U Market” “Shwezigon Pagoda” built by King Anawrahta in the early 11th century as a religious shrine. “Htilominlo Temple” is about 1.5 km northeast of Bagan. This large temple was built by King Nantaungmya in 1218. The temple is known to be the last Myanmar Style temple built in Bagan. “Anada Temple” - it have been built around 1105 by King Kyanzittha; from the architectural point of views and is the most elegant temple. “Dhamayangyi Temple”it was built by King Narathu (1167-70), the most massive temple in Bagan and noted for its Fine Brick Work. “Shwesandaw Pagoda” The pagoda was also known as Ganesh or Mahapeine after the elephant- headed Hindu god whose images once stood at the corners of the five successive terraces, to watch sunset view from the upper level. After sightseeing, transfer back to hotel. Overnight at Bagan

DAY 3. BAGAN - MANDALAY (BREAKFAST/ LUNCH/DINNER )

Have breakfast and meet with guide at the hotel. Transfer to airport for Bagan to Mandalay by domestic flight. Arrive to Mandalay and meet with guide at the airport. On the way Amarapura sightseeing, “U Bein Bridge” built in 1782 at the time when Amarapura was Royal capital and 1.200 meter long over 150 years old, crossing the Taung- Tha-Man Lake is one of the main tourist attractions for visitors and it is the longest teak bridge in the world. “Silk Weaving Industry” Myanmar's traditional and hand making. After that, proceed to Mandalay sightseeing, “Mahamuni Pagoda” the great facial of Buddha and it was brought to Mandalay from Rakhine State during the reign of King Bodawpaya in 1784. The image is completely covered with 15cm thick gold. “Gold Leaf Making Workshop” you can see how to make gold leaf. The square gold leaf tissues are hand-made in Mandalay. Furniture, shrines, boxes, musical instruments etc are usually covered with gilded relief patterns. “Shwe Nan Daw Monastery” a superb example of an ancient traditional wooden building with intricate carvings. “Kuthodaw Pagoda” make of marble and the “World’s Largest Book” is a 13-acre field of 729 pieces of stone on marble slabs. “Mandalay Hill” A superb panoramic view of the city can be seen from the top Sunset and overview of Mandalay city. After sightseeing, transfer back to hotel. Overnight at Mandalay.

DAY 4: MANDALAY – INLE (BREAKFAST/LUNCH/DINNER )

Have breakfast and meet with guide at the hotel. Transfer to airport for Mandalay to Heho by domestic flight. Arrive to Heho and proceed to Inle and sightseeing by boat on Inle Lake, “One Leg Rower” who have developed an original, eccentric method of rowing with one leg. “Floating Cultivation” you can see “villagers cultivate the vegetables on the lake. “Phaung Daw Oo Pagodas” are in a set of five, cherished by Bagan Emperor Alaung Sithu, one of the main principle shrines in Myanmar and dating back to the 18th century. These Buddha images are famous because many prayers came true, after praying at Phaung Taw Oo. “Silk Weaving Shop” it is also home made shop and you will see how to make Myanmar traditional clothiers. “Nga Phae Chaung Monastery” This wooden monastery was built on stilts of Inle, about 2 centuries ago. Centaur-old wooden sculptures can be seems there. After sightseeing, transfer back to hotel. Overnight at Inle

DAY 5: INLE - YANGON SIGHTSEEING AND DEPARTURE ( BREAKFAST/LUNCH )

Have breakfast ,transfer to Heho airport for Heho to Yangon by domestic flight. Arrive to Yangon and meet with guide at the airport. Yangon sightseeing, “Shwedagon Pagoda” is the most popular pagoda in Yangon, also known to the Buddhist world as the first pagoda on the earth and the pagoda is one of the main tourist destinations in Myanmar. “Chaukhtathgyi Pagoda” it is the fourth largest colossal reclining image in Myanmar and 67m long. “Sule Pagoda” With unique architectural features 2000 years old, is located in the center of Yangon near City Hall. So, you can see “Window sightseeing”. “Shopping at Bogyoke Market (Scott) Market” with hundreds of food, clothes, handicrafts and gems stores; was built in 1926.After sightseeing, transfer to airport for departure to your country.

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