Burma Lifestyle

Myanmar Lifestyle

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Burmese tour: Culture and lifestyle

After lunch we begin with an excursion to Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda, where we will see a 230 foot long Buddha-stata. Have a look at the Karaweik Hall, a replica of a regal ship and admire a stunning panorama of the Golden Shwedagon Pagoda. Throughout your stay you will find stores that sell various types of religion at the bottom of the shrine.

On the way, your leader will teach you the rites of the Myanmar Buddhist population. Come back to your lodgings for a relaxed night. You will be taken to the airfield in the mornings, where you will start your internal flights to Bagan. Find out more about the country's cultural heritage by visiting two of Bagan's most renowned factories - Lacquerware and Woodworking.

Later in the afternoons you will be taken to the pier, where a privately owned wood riverbank is waiting for you. At sunset, get ready to get off before being brought back to your accommodation for the night. You will be picked up by your tour leader and chauffeur after your morning meal at your accommodation to begin your trip to Bagan.

You can stop off at the lively Nyaung Oo Market and explore the old town of Bagan, beginning with a stop at the famous Shwezigon Pagoda. Find out more about the way of living of the Bagan peasants by visiting their communities. Departures from Bagan start right after breakfasts.

In Pakkoku you will be taken to the pier and board a small boats for a relaxing two-hour trip down the riverbank to Pakkoku. As soon as you reach Monywa, best described as a typical Burma city on the east bank of the Chindwin riverbank, you will be taken to your accommodation.

You will be taken to Shwe Ba Taung just a few hundred metres after your wonderful stay in Po Win Taung. The Bodithataung Pagoda is the largest Buddha picture in Myanmar, 100 metres long and 27 metres high. Upon your check-in in Mandalay you will be taken to your accommodation.

We begin the year with a stop at the lively Mandalay Morgenmarkt. You' ll be visiting Swan Oo PonNya Shin, U Min ThoneSae and Shin Pin Nan Gyaing. After lunch we will head back to the east side of the stream, stop at KanDaw. Begin with a tour of the Mahamuni Pagoda.

Continue to the Kuthodaw page, often referred to as "The World's Largest Book". Just down the southern side of Mandalay Hill there is the Kyauktawgyi marble picture known as the Great Marble Picture Day Cave. After lunch, drive eastwards of the town center and leave the hustle and bustle behind as you drive through paddy paddies and small towns towards Yankin Hill.

In the evenings back to the center of the town. Earlier this day returning to Mandalay International without a leader for the plane to Heho, in the middle of Shan State. Visiting the famed Pindaya cave, a one-of-a-kind place with a thousand Buddha pictures. You can also stop by a small store that makes Myanmar's famed tealeaf lettuce from Pindaya's teabar.

In the afternoons you' ll be able to visit Kalaw, a British established resort: fresh breezes, tranquil atmospheres, verdant and verdant roads and some of the best trek destinations. In the afternoons, you can look forward to reaching Kalaw so that you have enough free morning to look around and experience the relaxed feeling as you get away from it all.

On the way you will see country garages specializing in handmade gliders and handmade gliders. You' ll also be visiting the Nga HpeChaung Monastery, which was known in the past for its "jumping cats", where there are many early pictures of Buddha and Buddha. Continue to Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the most important harbour of the city.

We also have many trades that have evolved around the shores of Inle lake, and if you wish, we can drop in on a manufacturer of unbelievable things made out of raffia lotuses or boats, a craft of cigars, forges or even silversmiths. picknick luncheon. Following your breakfasts, you will be taken to the early bird markets by the lakeside.

An hour cruise on a small channel takes you to the town of Indein on the west shore of Lake Inle. A 45-minute hike to the town of Sae Ma takes place in the afternoons. When you arrive in the town, watch the everyday lifestyle of the people.

End of the days return to your accommodation for a well-deserved rest. On your arrivals you will be taken to your accommodation for check-in.

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