Imperial Myanmar 6 Days

Myanmar’s abundant history is reflected in this journey. Visit the more modern former capital city of Yangon, the antique Bagan and Mandalay in the northern region. Throughout your journey you will will catch a glimpse into the past and learn more about the many different kingdoms that have helped forge the Myanmar culture.
What was once the capital of Myanmar, Yangon is now the epicenter of Chinese, Indian and Burmese culture. Bask in the wonders of the beautiful Shwedagon pagoda, buildings that are reminiscent of the British colonial and the glittering lakes of Inaya and Kandawgyi.


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  • Day 1- Arrival at Yangon.
    Yangon was the former capital of Myanmar which was then the meeting place of the cultures of India, China and Burma. The dominant things about the city include the British colonial buildings, Inaya’s green lakes, Shwedagon Pagoda and Kandawgi.
    For going to the city center, you will be greeted on the airport by our driver and your tour guide. The giant Karaweik is located in Kandawgi and that will be your first destination. Enjoy strolling on the huge and lengthy bridge to Shwedagon Pagoda, which is the highest temple located in Yangon, reaching the sky. Take your camera for capturing the pictures of the sunset there.
    The puppet show is what you will see while having your dinner.

    Day 2- Yangon – Mandalay

    After having your breakfast, take the first flight available to Mandalay. You will meet our driver at the airport, travel to Amarapura and have a wonderful day. In Mahagandaryone Monastery, you will get to see an exciting view of the hundreds and thousands of monks getting in line for their lunch. Then take a walk over the U Bein Bridge, which is the longest teak wood bridge of a specific type starting in Myanmar to Mahamuni. Then, you will have a unique boat waiting for you so that it can travel you back from Pagoda for lunch.
    When the afternoon arrives, our driver will drive you over to Ava for you to have a visit of the giant ball-shaped pagoda of Kaunghmudaw. Traveling towards the Sagaing hill, you will surprised to see all sorts of different nuns and monks. Climb up to the Soon U Ponya Shin pagoda and you will get to see the breathtaking view of Mandalay and its river.

    Day 3- Mandalay – Bagan

    After you are done with your breakfast at your hotel, get yourself ready for a trip to the Mandalay Palace, which was constructed by the last king of Myanmar. Followed by that, you will be headed to Kothudaw pagoda; the massive book consisting 729 pages kept in white stupas, take as much time as you want to for experiencing the remains of the building of the palace which has been sculpted in teak wood.
    Then go for the tuk-tuk ride over the zigzag road of the Mandalay hill which will open up the panoramic view of Mandalay city in front of you.
    Then have lunch and have your leisure time. Instead of roaming around places, just go for shopping and purchase those carpets and souvenirs you want to collect.
    The Ayeyarwaddy River is going to be your next destination when you are in Bagan. Our driver will take you there.

    Day 4- Bagan discovery

    From the Shwe Zigone pagoda, the sightseeing actually starts. Shwe Zigone is believed to enshrine the bone and tooth of Gautama Buddha. Further ahead, you will go to the Old Bagan zone which is the biggest archaeological zone in Myanmar that discovers the uniqueness of Ananda. Then go and check out Byin Nyu and Manuha pagodas. Have your lunch in a chic and stylish local restaurant.
    In the afternoon, you will have a chance to experience the traditional way of making lacquer ware and weaving silks. Immerse in the sunset scene when you are in the second highest temple of Bagan.

    Day 5- Bagan – Yangon

    Your 5th day should begin with the exploration of the downtown of Yangon. Go for a morning walk, starting from the Sule pagoda to the City Hall, then the Emmanuel church, heading to the Inland water Transport and finally arrive at Strand Hotel, where you will see food stalls and some local markets. Don’t stop just there; continue your refreshing walk to China Town and the beautiful Chinese temples. The delicious Burmese food is what your lunch is going to be.
    Visit the National Museum in the afternoon where you will get to know more about the beauty of the country. Head off to the Scott Market for buying souvenirs before your departure.

    Day 6- Yangon departure

    The last day is completely of your choice. Your hotel will be nice and quiet. You can either have a walk around the hotel or you can go for shopping as our driver and guide will be available at your request.

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