Tour Duration: 9 Days & 8 Nights
Day 1: Well Come to Burma
Arrive at Yangon International Airport. After arrival transfer to hotel, get fresh. Get familiar with
the city and Start Yangon City tour. It includes Yangon Colonial Style city center, Sule Pagoda, Chauk
Htat Gyi Pagoda and worlds most Shwedagon Pagoda enjoy sunset at the Pagoda and return to the hotel.
Yangan City centre: It’s a Colonial Style City Centre famous for its architecture.
Sule Pagoda: It’s a 2,000 year old Pagoda with Beautiful ancient architect.
Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda: This pagoda is famous for huge reclining Buddha image.
Shwedagon Pagoda: he pagoda is believed to be 2,500 years old and the central stupa in
surrounded by many of beautifully decorated buildings and statues. Its golden stupa is the 'heart' of Myanmar.
Day 2: Yangon – Bagan
After breakfast, depart for Bagan by domestic flight (schedules flight) it’s a 1 hour journey by flight. Arrive at
Naung-U Airport .The city tour starts with visit to Nyaung-Oo morning Market to see the lifestyle and living of
people. Afterwards we visit various most significant pagodas and temples of Bagan including Shwezigon Pagoda
built by Great King Anawrahta in the early 11th century. Than visit Annada Temple: a whitewashed magnum
opus of Mon architecture with four standing Buddhas, and the adjacent brick monastery with the beautiful,
well-preserved 18th century wall paintings. After it visit to Visit to temples of omniscience -Thatbinnyu
Temple know built in the year 1144. Visit to the Sulamani temple after visit to this temple Transfer to
the hotel and leisure. In the Afternoon, visit one of Myanmar's most cherished handicrafts industries.
Visit to Damayangyi Temple (the enormous temple in Bagan). Experience a short journey of 15 minutes
towards Pyitthagyi Temple by local Horse-cart. Stay at hotel in night.
Day 3: Bagan - Mandalay - Amarapura – Sagaing
Transfer to Airport. Depart for Mandalay by domestic flight Morning, (It’s a schedules flight requires 30
minutes flying). Arrive at Mandalay First, jaunt to Amarapura: Maha Gandayone Monastery which is a home to
several thousand young monks. You can watch the whole monastery having their meal without a sound, than
visit to 200 years old U Bein teak bridge, built in the year 1728 .Visit traditional hand – woven silk
workshop teak posts. In the afternoon start tour coach to Sagaing via Ava Bridge for sight seeing of
famous pagodas. We will enjoy the panoramic view at the top of the Sagaing Hill. Visit to the Silversmith
& Kaunghmudaw Pagodas. Drive back to Mandalay, Stay in hotel.
<4h>Day 4: Mandalay - Mingun - Mandalay
We start the journey from Jetty and jaunt by boat on the Ayeyarwaddy River to Mingun which
is Upper River from Mandalay (1 hr journey). First Visit to Mingun Bell which is a world’s
largest un-cracked bell, weighing around 90 tons. In a traditional styled bullock- cart
visit to Hsinbyume an unfinished Pagoda built as one of the world's largest chedis by
king Bodaw Paya. After sightseeing travel back to Mandalay.
In Mandalay visit the Shwenandaw
Palace (Former Royal Palace of King Mindon), Visit the Mahamuni Pagoda to see the
excellent stone carving. Visit the Shwenandaw Monastery, excellent example of a
traditional wooden building and than Kuthodaw Pagoda, where world's largest book,
which is made by marble is kept. Enjoy magnificent view of sunset from Mandalay Hill.
Visit glass-studded temples on hill. After sunset it’s a time for leisure. Stay at hotel
Day 5: Mandalay - Heho - Pindaya – Kalaw
Departure for Heho by flight (It’s a 30 mins flying). Arrive at Heho and procced to Pindaya by road
(1 hr 30 minutes journey) and visit famous Pindaya Caves, caves carved in limestone where we see over 8000
Buddha Images Visit to Boutaloke Lake. Afterwards drive to Kalaw (1 hr 30 minutes journey) Kalaw is a popular
hill staion from the time of British period. You can enjoy pleasant scenes along the way. Return to hotel and
Day 6: Kalaw - Nyaungshwe Jetty – Inle
Visit to the local market, to see the life of local people. Visit old King Church-a brick Catholic Church, than
visit to Hnee Paya with a gold lacquered bamboo Buddha. Tour to Nyaungshwe on the edge of the Inle Lake: famous
for its exclusive leg rower (2.30 minutes) Arrive at Nyaungshwe and proceed to Inle lake by boat and Check-in
Hotel. An tour by boat on Inle Lake heading to the middle of Inle lake including Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the
holiest religious site in Southern Shan State. We see the Floating Villages & Gardens in the lake, where fruit
and vegetables are grown. See traditional handicrafts-silk weaving on wooden handlooms and a blacksmith shop.
Stop at Ngaphechaung Monastery which is famous for its Jumping -Cats Show. Return to hotel and stay.
Day 07: Inle Lake
A jaunt by boat on Inle Lake will include sights of the famous leg rowers. You can leisure
watching village life, local methods of fishing and magnificent sceneries of weaving village
and local markets in the Inle lake region. Than by boat to the Western Shore of Inle Lake to
the beginning of a stairs path leading to the hidden and less visited Inn Dein Pagoda
complex. Back to the hotel , leisure time .
Day 08: Inle - Nyaungshwe Jetty - Heho - Yangon
Depart for Yangon by schedule flight. (Around1 ½ hr flying) and arrive at Yangon airport. On the way to hotel ,
visit to Yangon's Unique Glass Factory , which has changed very little over the years . See skilled craftsmen
hand-blowing glass and creating original glassware which is sold to hotels and restaurants in Myanmar. Afternoon
visit to the Bog yoke Market (Scott’s market) with shops of local food, clothes, handicrafts and gems store.
Visit Karaweik Royal Barge (A royal floating Barge on a lake for the fantastic photo view). Visit to China Town
& Fruit market to see evening life of Yangon .Transfer to the hotel and leisure. Back to the hotel.
Arrive at airport to catch flight for Kolkata airport. From Kolkata catch a flight for Mumbai or for your onward