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Yangon - Bagan - Mandalay(4Days /3Nights)

DAY  1

Upon arrival in Yangon, you will be greeted by your guide and transferred to your hotel.

DAY 2

Early this morning, transfer to Yangon Airport for flight to Bagan. Start sightseeing tour ancient city beginning to the busy local market to gain an insight into the bustling local atmosphere in Bagan. Spend the day by exploring the architectural masterpieces of this ancient town and by visiting a diverse selection of the most important pagodas and temple. Visit  Shwezigon  Pagoda which  is  built  over  a  thousand  years  ago  by  King  Anawratha  as  a religious shrine. Then  go  the  famous Ananda  Temple,  an  architectural  masterpiece  and  Bagan’s  most outstanding temple.


In the afternoon, Visit toddy juice farm around Bagan for take a rest at there.Evening visit to  another historical pagoda, Htilominlo Pagoda, Mahnuha Pagoda and Thabinyu  Pagoda.  Having dinner at Local restaurant and back to Hotel .Over night at Hotel in Bagan

DAY 3

After breakfast at the hotel transfer to Nyaung Oo Airport for the flight to Mandalay.

After arrival, visit to Mahamuni Pagoda and excursion to make for woodcarving, bronze casting, gold leaf making and tapestry. In the afternoon, sightseeing to Kuthodaw Pagoda and Transfer to Amarapura, a former capital whose name means ‘City of Immortality’ and admire the splendid U Bein Bridge, the longest and oldest teakwood bridge in the world. Take a walk on the bridge.

Take  a  sunset  boat  along  the  U-Bein  bridge  and  enjoy  a  picturesque  sunset  over  the  U-Bein bridge. Overnight at hotel in Mandalay.

DAY 4

After breakfast at the hotel transfer to Airport for the flight to Yangon. Yangon sightseeing until departure time as Visit  the  famous  Shwedagon  Pagoda,  the  most  important  religious  monument  in Myanmar. Visit  Kandawgyi     Royal     Lake and     take     photos     by     the     stunning  floating Karaweik Royal Barge for a quick photo stop. Short Walk around to Sule Pagoda.Take a walk from Sule Pagoda through Maha Bandula Gardens and stop by the colonial architecture.  Visit  the  famous,  famous Chaukhtatgyi  Temple,  home  to  a  70-meter  long reclining  Buddha  whose  feet  are  carved  with  traditional  symbols,  and  observe  the  locals praying and paying homage.


Shopping at Bogyoke Aung San  (Scott) Market And evening visit around the down town in Yangon. Depart from Yangon by evening flight to your home sweet home-Bein bridge. 

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INCLUDED AND NOT

AIR-CON CAR FOR ALL TRANSFER &SIGHTSEEING

YES

ENGLISH LANGUAGE THROUGHOUT GUIDE

YES

HOTEL 4 NIGHTS WITH TWIN SHARING

YES

MEALS AS PER ITINERARY

YES

DOMESTIC FLIGHT (YANGON-BAGAN-MANDALAY-YANGON)

YES

ENTRANCE FEES IN MENTIONED ATTRACTIONS

YES

SUNSET BOAT IN BAGAN

YES

TRAVEL INSURANCE

NOT

PERSONAL EXPENSES & TIPS

NOT

VISA FEES

NOT

TIPS & PORTERAGE

NOT

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT TICKETS

NOT

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DAY 1 - HOTEL IN YANGON

Grand United Hotel OR Asia Plaza Hotel

DAY 2 -HOTEL IN BAGAN

Kaytumadi Dyansity Hotel OR Ruby True Hotel

DAY 3 -HOTEL IN MANDALAY

Magic Hotel OR Sakura Princess Hotel

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