Upon arrival in Yangon, you will be greeted by your guide and transferred to your hotel.
Early this morning, transfer to Yangon Airport for flight to Mandalay.After arrival, visit to Mahamuni Pagoda and excursion to make for woodcarving, bronze casting, gold leaf making and tapestry. Then continue drive to Pyin Oo Lwin. leave Mandalay for a scenic two-hour drive to the former British hill station of Pyin Oo Lwin (also known as Maymyo), located on a plateau 1,000m above sea-level. Many reminders of the colonial era are still present in Pyin Oo Lwin, including brick and timber houses.
Pyin Oo Lwin is home to many ethnic tribes as well as a large numbers of Nepalese and Hindu settlers who migrated during the British occupation to take advantage of the pleasant climate. Visit Candacraig Club colonial building made from brick-wood. Stop at the Botanical Gardens, 432 acres of leafy gardens home to a diverse mix of botanical species from around the world. The gardens were established by Sir Harcourt Butler, former Governor of Burma. Tour Governor House and museum located at the resort.
Overnight at hotel in Pyin Oo Lwin.
Breakfast at Hotel. Then check out from hotel and 7.30AM transfer to the railway station for train journey to Nawnpeng .The scenic journey crosses the famous Gokteik Viaduct which spans a 300-meter- deep gorge in the Shan mountains. The views from the train are spectacular, so guests should be sure to have their cameras ready. Arrive to Nawnpeng station and depart and change for car and continue drive to Hsipaw. After arrival, hotel check in.
In the evening, visit Nine Buddha Hill, for enjoy the sunset over Hsipaw and the Dokhtawdy. Overnight at hotel in Hsipaw.
Breakfast at Hotel. Depart hotel transfer by bus to the trekking starting point to the Nan Mu Nwet Water Fall Waterfall .Visit a silkworm farm on the way and learn how silk is produced (seasonal availability) and go back car. Stop on the way in a small shop for tea and fruits where the customers can rest a bit. Then transfer to the jetty Arrive to the first village and briefly visit the monastery and be briefed on the expected behavior: Shoes off, no sitting on chairs, no noise, no stepping on the elevated part. Board the boats and proceed to Son Lone village. Arrive to Son Lone village for lunch.
Lunch at a monastery. After lunch walking around Son Lone Village and sightseeing of the village.Board the boat and transfer to confluence of the rivers for photo talking .Arrive at confluence of the rivers and enjoy at there.Board the boat and transfer towards hotel.
Overnight hotel in Hsipaw.
Early breakfast at hotel and depart to Mandalay by road. On the way, pass by Gokteik Gorge. The drive then descends along the winding road into the gorge and then back up to the higher elevation.
Arrive to Mandalay and check in Hotel.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.
This morning, transfer to airport for domestic flights to Heho in Shan State. Arrival Heho airport, continue by car and enjoy scenic drive to Nyaung Shwe jetty. A full day tour of Inle Lake by private boat includes,
Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State, which contains five sacred Buddha images covered in gold leaf. Explore local crafts by visiting a weaving village. Explore local crafts by visiting a local blacksmith and silversmith. Visit Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery, also called jumping cat monastery with a unique Buddha statue. Pass through floating gardens built up from the strips of water hyacinth anchored to the bottom with bamboo pools and boatmen village. Sunset at the lake with leg rowing fishermen in the background.
Overnight at Hotel in Inle.
Early Morning fly back to Yangon from Heho and 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
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