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Myanmar (formerly Burma) has been hiding from the West for many years. Come with us to Yangon, unwind at magnificent Inle lake, see the mystic Bagan and see the vibrant Mandalay. We start in Yangon, commonly known as Rangoon. They are situated on a wonderful mountain crest with a view of a pond.
We' re going to a wonderful high country sea - the Inle Lak. The exotic Mandalay is the last capitol of Royal Burma and its culturally and spiritually center. We' ll drive to the Mandalay Mountain Bases and we' ll see the Golden Teak Monastery and Kuthodaw Paya - the largest books in the game. We' ll also be visiting the picturesque Pyin Oo Lwin, initially a Shan Danu town, but later selected as a UK mountain top terminus for its colder climates. in 2008.
Explore the Inthar' s way of living over a homemade dinner in the peasant town of Kayla, where the homes are carried by a pair of wooden canes. Tonight we explore two of Myanmar's old capital cities. First, we drive to the town of Shan Kalay Kyun in the town of Sagaing, where we stop to walk through the plantation and see artisans at work making pieces of wood and pouring brass.
Then we explore some of the lovely peppermint peaks over the green hills of Sagaing and take in the wide view over the town. We' re visiting some of the most prestigious semi-precious silks mills in Amarapura this afternoons. Cruise to the famed U Bein Bridge for a breathtaking sundown. Flight back in economics from Australia to Myanmar.
Explore the secret treasure of Yangon with the Circular Train, among them the lively Nagar Glass Factory square and ruined buildings. Shwedagon' s stunning pagoda at sundown. Explore the wonderful Pindaya Caves, a place of buddhistic pilgrimages full of Buddha-paintings. Drive past the Inle Lake Swimming Pool and Garden.
Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda and Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery. Experience the Inthar people and the unique'leg-rowing fisherman' on the lakes. Have a home-made Inthar menu in the peasant community of Kayla. Go to a paint shop and take a Sunset Cruise on the Irrawaddy River. Discover Mt Popa, an extinguished vulcano and famed place of worship for the natives, home of Myanmar's most important natives (spirits).
Discover Mandalay with the Tri-shaw and end the outing at Mandalay at sundown with spectacular sunsets over the palace, town and Irrawaddy River. The former Pyin Oo Lwin mountain terminal in the UK. Discover Sagaing and Amarapura, two of Myanmar's old capital cities. Blend in with the natives and enjoy stunning sunsets from the famed U Bein Bridge in Mandalay.
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Reservations may be refused if we believe that the tour is overbooked. Parkroyal Yangon is easily accessible from the heart of the town and within easy walk of the famous Shwedagon Pagoda, Scott Market and Town Hall. Culinary delights at Parkroyal Yangon's 3 fine dining establishments, offering a large selection of China, Japan and world cuisine.
4 star hotel SS Aung Ban provides panoramic view, open-air swimming pools, 24-hour reception and free WiFi. In our own in-house gastronomic establishment, which provides food from Europe, Thailand and the Mediterranean, our clients can have a snack. Situated in the centre of Mandalay, Link 78 Boutique Hotel is an ideal starting point for explorations.
There is an eighth storey dining room with stunning view over the town, a large private lounge area and a spaservice. NB: US$ is acceptable throughout Myanmar. Plenty of money is indispensable to meet your own spending, as Myanmar does not accept payment via bank card or ATM.
US $ can be modified in Kyat on a local basis. For this tour, please be aware that the holder of an Australia Pass needs a visa. Myanmar: The tour has a 5 star ranking from 5 people. Here is what others have to say about this tour. Were you on that tour?