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Best of Myanmar - Thailand - Laos Trip 12 Day
Arrival in Yangon. Pick up and shuttle to the hotels. The Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda to see a giant lying Buddha picture, the Shwedagon Pagoda - one of the most impressive of all. Return to your accommodation and free time. Accommodation in Yangon. We will have a full night city walk through Yangon.
Visitor: The Sule Pagoda, a pagoda for over 2000 years, to experience the busy lives of Yangon and its population. Later in the evening you will be visiting the Shwedagon Pagoda described by Somerset Maugham: "The Shwedagon stood up splendidly, glittering with its golden, like a glittering sparkle of light in the shadow yonder, the mystic's writing, against the mist and fumes of the blossoming town.
Shedagon has become the icon of Myanmar. Accommodation in Yangon. Mornings: Transfers to Yangon International for your flights to Bagan. When you arrive, you' ll go to the Nyaung-Oo Morgenmarkt to see how they live. You will then be able to see the most important Bagan Magodas and Sanctuaries, as well as the Shwezigon Pagoda, created by King Anawrahta in the early11s.
On to Annada Temple: a white painted mon architectural treasure with four Buddhas and the adjoining brickwork convent with fine, well-preserved 18. century-old mural paintings. Visits the Thatbinnyutempple, known as the "Temple of Omniscience", from 1144 and the Sulamaniemple. Transfers to the hotels and free time.
Later in the day you will see one of Myanmar's most valuable arts and crafts, the paint industry, Sulamani temples and Damayangyi temples (the solid one in Bagan). Arrival in Heho and ride to Nyaungshwe, then to Nyaungshwe on the shores of Lake Inle, known for its magnificent rowing axe. Transfers after breakfasts to the Mandalay International Airports for the flights.
On the way to the town, you will be picked up and transferred to the town, visiting the 200-year-old U Bein telecommunications link, which was constructed in 1728 when Amarapura was still the king's capitol and visiting the traditionally hand-woven telecommunications poles of the silver smith's work. One of Myanmar's most venerated worshipped religion is the Mahamuni Pagoda.
Shwenandaw Palace, also known as the former Royal Palace, once the home of Mindon. Visiting the city of Mandalay at the renowned Zaycho in order to get to know the way of living of the population. Drive to the bottom of Mandalay Hill and then head to the surrounding area.
Complimentary and free to Bangkok International Airports. After arriving at the aiport, you will be picked up by the tourist guides and transferred to the hotels, checked in at the hotels and free boarding for you. The " Wat Traimit " with its 5. The Wat Pho is considered the first center of civil engineering and is sometimes called'Thailand's first university'.
At the end of the trip we visited the Wat Benchamaborpit: a presentation of a felicitous connection between Carrara and classic Thai music. It is a half-day trip that will inspire those who want to learn more about Buddhism and its past, in combination with the bustling cityscape.
Most of all, we are transferred to the country but worldwide renowned Damnern Saduak swimming fair, located about 100 kilometres western of Bangkok. Included in the trip is a trip to Nakorn Pathom, the site of the highest Chedi in Thailand, the "Phra Pathom Chedi", the biggest southeast Asian pilgrimage. Recreational activities up to the transfers to the Luang Prabang International Airports.
Upon your arriving at the aiport you will be met by the tourist guides and transferred to the hotels. You have the remaining free moment. The full days sightseeing starts after breakfasts with a trip to the Royal Palace Museum, which houses a number of interesting objects. You will then take a brief stroll through the city's oldest sanctuary, Wat Sene, and the splendid Wat Xiengthong with its low rooftops, which represent classic Lao architectural style.
Today we also attend the imposing Wat Visoun Monastery and the Wat Aham Monastery. In the afternoon, you' ll be taken to the Art and Ethnology Centre to discover more about Lao's many different ethnical backgrounds before visiting the web towns of Ban Xiengkhong and Ban Xienglek. After that we go back to the village to see Wat Mai.
Then we will ascend to the summit of Mount Phousi to explore the holy, gold-plated Stupa and enjoy a panorama of the town at sundown and the Mekong River. You will end the trip after visiting the night market, where you will find a nice choice of handcrafted textile from locals and mountain tribes around Luang Prabang.
Continuing our trip to Khouangsi Waterfall, we travel to the Laotian ethnical minorities in Ban Ouay, Hmong Village, Ban Ou, Laoloum Village and Ban Thapene, Khmu Village, then we head to the wonderful Khouangsi Waterfall, where you can paddle in the blue swimming pool or hike along the wooded paths.
Later in the afternoons we will go back to Luang Prabang to watch the sun set at Wat Phabath. Free-of-charge in your free time up to the shuttle to the international airports for your connecting flights.