Myanmar Tours from SingaporeBurma Tours from Singapore
7 Days 6 Nights In-Depth Cultural of Myanmar
Try a meal in Myanmar country flair with our classic puppeteering. The forenoon for visiting the Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda in Yangon is known for its huge 65 meter long lying Buddha picture. The building was financed with contributions from Buddhists and Myanmaris from all over the globe. Drive to White Elephant Park and have a meal at the locals restaurants.
The Uppatasanti Pagoda (also known as the Peace Pagoda) is the landmark of the Naypyidaw. Bus to Mandalay after having lunch at the motel, ride to Amarapura to see the 1.2 km long U-leg bridge over Taung Thaman Lake. On to Mandalay Fort & Mandalay Royal Palace the last royal residence of Burma's last monarch.
We continue to the Kuthodaw Pagoda, where the biggest pagoda books in the whole wide open space is located. Watch the sun set from Mandalay Hill. In the mornings after breakfasts you will be transferred by bus to Bagan (about 4-5 hours), the old town with its thousand large shrines and cloisters. After your arrive you first go to the Dhammayangyi Pahto Tempel, which is the biggest one in Bagan and enjoy your free day with horsecar.
When time allows, watch the sun set from Shwe Sandaw Pagoda, considered the first memorial to King Anawrahta after his conquests of Thaton and Mons in 1057. Indulge in Myanmar-style dining with our traditionally entertaining puppetry. Resume your tour of Bagan in the mornings; see Ananda Phaya, one of the most magnificent Buddhist churches in Bagan, a white painted symmetric and mon-architecture work.
Then you will be taken to the Shwezigon Pagoda, where 37 pre-Buddhist "networks" were formally approved by the Barmaris. On to Thatbinnyu Temple, 60 meters high and centrally situated, is a beautiful 1113-1160 house. Upon arriving, after luncheon, bus to Naypyidaw through the highway, it goes free to the locals commercial center.
We are back in Yangon today and visiting the Botataung Puagoda, on the bank of the Yangon riverbank, one of the most venerated in town. This 40-metre high gold coupe contains a holy Buddha's reliquary. The Kabar Aye in Myanmar means "world peace", to which this picture is inscribed.
On to Bogyoke Aung San Mark (also known as Scott Market), where you can buy and sell goods and produce locally at a reasonable price. Swedagon is the 2500 year old coupe with the gold motif that rises 98 metres from the basis. The Kandawgyi means "the big lake" in Myanmar, a well-known place in Yangon. Free use of the hotel after breakfasts until you arrive at the Singapore return airfield.
Visa free for 30 day from 1 December 2016 for Singapore holders of passports.