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Enchanting Myanmar Tour (14D13N)

Tour Code : ODRGN008
Tour Duration : 14 Days/ 13 Nights

Day-1 Upon Arrival and enjoy Yangon sightseeing (-/-/-)

Upon arrival in Yangon, meet your local guide and enjoy the sightseeing tour of downtown Yangon to explore a memorable scene of Colonial Buildings, Sule pagoda and the famous park of Maha Bandula (formerly known as Victoria Park). And continue to the local colorful market of Bogyoke Aung San Market (Scotts) where can find the handicrafts, clothes and foods. And enjoy the Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda – the greater Reclining Buddha image with 65 meters long and 16 meters high. And proceed to the Shwedagon pagoda – the greatest glittering pagoda with the landmark of Myanmar, where you can find the peacefulness. Transfer to your hotel and overnight there.

Day-2 Bagan (Flight) Full Day sightseeing- Enjoy Sunset Boat (B/-/-)

In the morning, the car will pick up you for transferring to the airport and catch your flight to Nyaung U. Upon arrival at Nyaung U, enjoy the picturesque panoramic views of ancient city Bagan. Tour highlights includes the colorful local Nyaung-U market; the Shwezegion Pagoda, which built early in the 11th century and consists of gold leaf-gilded stupa by using sunstone; the Ananda Temple is considered to the most beautiful and magnificent architectures in Bagan; the Htilominlo Temple, is noted for its detailed plaster moldings on the wall. In the afternoon, continue to the Gubyaukgyi Temple, is renowned for the oldest mural paintings and Myazedi stone inscription written in four languages such as Pali, Old Mon, Old Burmese, and Pyu. And the next visit to the lacquer ware home industry near Myingabar village. And move to the Manuha Buddha Image and feel sunset freely at the Bu pagoda near the Ayeyarwaddy River. From where we taka a sunset boat and enjoy the panoramic views of Bagan from Ayeyarwaddy River. Have a dinner at local restaurant and overnight at Bagan hotel.

Day-3 Excursion to Mt. Popa and enjoy Bagan sightseeing (B/-/-)

In the morning, drive to the Mount Popa, an extinct volcano with a monastery on top, is known as the home of the Nats (Spirits). To reach the top, you will require 777 steps to climb up the mountain and enjoy the panoramic views of surroundings. On the way to Mount Popa, you can experience the local toddy palm farm and how to produce palm juice and sugar are produced. In the afternoon, the sightseeing includes the Sulamani Temple, the elegant religious site built in 1183 during the reign of King Narapatisithu; the Dhamayangyi Temple, noted for its finest brickwork; the Thatbyinnyu Temple, is the highest temple of Bagan. Late enjoy the beautiful sunset view of Bagan where the guide will select. Have a dinner at local restaurants and overnight in hotel.

Day-4 Mandalay(Flight)– Excursion to Amarapura-Sagaing-Inwa (B/-/-)

After breakfast, fly to Mandalay and take a visit to the ancient city of Amarapura, and you can observe the daily life of monks at Mahagandayon monastery. And continue to the Sagaing, located the Irrawaddy River, 20 km to the south-west of Mandalay and there are many Buddhist monasteries and pagodas scattered over Sagaing Hill. Later travel to the leaning tower of Inwa founded in 1365; where was an ancient royal capital of successive Kings and Queens. The famous teakwood monastery named ‘Maha Aung Mye Bonzan”, renowned for its stucco-covered brick, is leading as the most tourist attraction and the next elegant teakwood monastery is Bagaya Kyaung. In the evening for sunset at U Bein Bridge, is the longest teakwood bridge in the world.

Day-5 Excursion to Mingun and Mandalay sightseeing (B/-/-)

In the morning the car will pick up you and transfer to the jetty where take a pleasant view of Mingun across the river, the town lies on the banks of the Irrawaddy River, northwest of Mandalay. It is famous for the site of Mingun Pahtodawgyi, which the King Bodawpaya built the pagoda and died in 1819 before the construction unfinished. It was also destroyed by the earthquake in 1838 and left it to partial rubble. The next visit to the Myathein Tan Pagoda and Mingun Bell stands for the largest hanging un-cracked bell in the world. Return to Mandalay. In the afternoon, the sightseeing includes the great Mahamuni or Phayagyi, discovery of the manufacture of gold leaf to decorate temples and pagodas, visiting the monastery of the royal palace Shwenandaw Kyaung, noted for its wood carvings; Kuthodaw pagoda, famous for the World’s largest book for its 729 stone slabs containing the Buddhist scriptures. If the time permits, Mandala Hill will be for the panoramic sunset view.

Day-6 Heho (Flight) - Enjoy Pindaya sightseeing (B/-/-)

In early morning, drive to the airport for a flight to Heho. Arrive in Heho, drive to the Pindaya by car and it takes about 2 hours. On the way, you will see the panoramic views of mountainous landscapes. Then enjoy the “Pindaya Cave” sightseeing, where famous for its countless late 18th centuries Buddha statues inside the cave and continue to the Pone Taloke Lake, links to the history of Prince and 7 Angles. And drive to Nyaung Shwe and overnight at hotel.

Day-7 Enjoy Inle Lake sightseeing (B/-/-)

In the morning after breakfast, enjoy the tour by long tailed boat to the Inn Paw Khone village, where there can explore the workshops of silk and lotus weavings. And keep going to the palace where can see the traditional boat making process and cheroot (Burmese cigar) making industry. In the afternoon, visit to the most highly revered pagoda named Phaung Daw U in Inle area, which houses five small gilded images of Buddha that are completely covered in gold leaf. And continue to the floating gardens and the hundreds years old-aged monastery called Nge Phe Chaung, where you can observe the old wood-carving style of ancient Buddha images. It was also known as the Cat Jumping monastery. And transfer back to Nyaung Shwe jetty and drive to the Heho airport for a flight to Nyaung U. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and overnight in hotel.

Day-8 Excursion to Indein village (B/-/-)

Today early morning, transfer to the jetty and take a boat to the Indein village, which situates 8 kilometers west of south of Inle lake. The place that you can see the 17th century ancient pagodas and is also known as “the 5 days market”, that is held in a five day rotating cycle in five villages around the lake. The tribes of Pa-oh who live in the surrounding hills sell their crops here. And continue to the gold and silversmith workshops. Then back to Nyaung Shwe jetty and and overnight in hotel.

Day-9 Shwe Nyaung – Kalaw (Train) and enjoy sightseeing (B/-/-)

In early morning after breakfast, move to the Shwe Nyaung Train Station to catch your train to Kalaw and it will take around 3 hours. Arrive in Kalaw, which stands for the green tea land for the site of Hill station during the British Empire days. Tour highlights include Myinmahti Natural cave situated near Myinmahti village. It’s a natural cave and has existed for thousands years ago. And the next visits to the Buddha, made of gold-lacquered bamboo known as Hnee Paya. It was also the third oldest bamboo-threat Buddha in Myanmar and carried it to this present palace hardly. Spend overnight in Kalaw.

Day-10 Heho-Thandwe(Flight) and Departure (B/-/-)

In early morning, transfer to Heho airport and fly to Thandwe. Upon Arrival, drive to the hotel and check in. Have a free time for leisure. Spend overnight at hotel.

Day-11 Enjoy Leisure Time (B/-/-)

In early morning, have a free time for leisure time. Spend overnight at hotel.

Day-12 Enjoy Leisure Time (B/-/-)

In early morning, have a free time for leisure time. Spend overnight at hotel.

Day-13 Yangon - Thandwe (Flight), Enjoy Free Day (B/-/-)

In early morning after check-out, drive to the Thandwe airport for a flight to Yangon. Upon arrival, drive to the hotel for a free time. Spend overnight at hotel.

Day-14 Departure (B/-/-)

Drive to the Yangon International Airport and enjoy your departure flight to the country. Say goodbye and have a nice trip.


  • 13 nights at Superior or Deluxe hotel as per program
  • Private air-conditioned vehicles for all sightseeing and transfers
  • Domestic flight tickets as per program
  • Entrance and zone fees for the visits
  • Private boat for Inle Lake and Indein sightseeing as per program
  • Private sunset boat for Bagan area mentioned in program
  • English Stationed Guide Services for all sightseeing and transfers
  • International air tickets to/from
  • Meals and drinks
  • Other personal own charges
  • Any other services not mentioned above
  • Festival surcharges
  • Guide and Driver Tips

(B= Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)