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Mystery of Myanmar (Burma) | Small group travel
Ride the Irrawaddy and see the lives of the people of Burma, rummage the swimming waters and cross the world's biggest tea-bridges. The Sule Pagoda A large 2,500 year old Yangon central Burma-stupe. Enjoy a full outing to Bagan with a stopover on the banks of the Ayerawaddy river.
The U Bein Bridging Tour over the biggest wooden deck in the word. If you find a comparable tour that is less expensive elsewhere, we will adjust the rate and give you £100 discount. However, if you find a comparable tour elsewhere less expensive, we will adjust the rate and offer you a further £100 discount. Up to 50 mile from your arrival point.
Ride the Irrawaddy River and see the lives of the people of Burma, rummage the swimming waters and cross the world's biggest tea-bridges. Inclusive of all meals: The Sule Pagoda is over 2,500 years old. Look at the Chaukhtatgyi lying Buddha, one of the biggest of its kind. This is a miracle of the pagoda religion. Shwedagon Pagoda is covered with golden and covered with diamond, ruby and sapphire.
Today you walk through Kandawgyi Park to the unbelievable Karaweik Royal Barge with a beautiful sight on the Kandawgyi Lake and the Shwedagon Pagoda. Afterwards you will go to a Yangon monastery. During his life, a man from Myanmar is supposed to serve as a Buddhist apprentice for some years. Wander the Chinatown area in the early afternoon to enjoy the lively, refreshing Fruits Fair.
Food included: Transfers to the Mandalay International Airfield after your departure. Journey to Amarapura, Myanmar's second to last royal capital. See one of Myanmar's holiest Buddha pictures, Maha Muni, in the Mahamuni Pagoda. Food included: andalay - day trip - Bagan. Early in the mornings you will head to the landing stage for your trip to Bagan, a charming town and one of Asia's wealthiest archeological places, with over 2,000 couples, shrines and cloisters.
Food included: Visits to well-preserved and important cultural monuments such as Shwezigon, Gubyaukgyi, Htilominlo Pahto and the astonishing Ananda Pahto. Not only is Bagan known for its churches and palaces, but also for its crafts and crafts. Attend a workshop on varnishware and take a look at the manufacturing processes. From the top of the Mingalazedi Pagoda, the best way to enjoy the real Bagan scenery is at sundown.
Let the beauties of Bagan surprise you as you see the sundown of the old pagodas. Food included: Begin today with a trip to Phwar Saw Village, which offers you the chance to experience outdoors. On the way, you' ll stop at the Nyaung Oo Market to see the wide range of products.
Food included: Transfers to the Aiport for your flights to Heho after your morning meal. Journey to Nyaung Shwe, the gate to Inle Lake, a stunning water landscape full of Stupa and pile dwellings and home to local crafts. Upon your arriving in Nyaung Shwe, you' ll be taken to Shwe Yaunghwe Kyaung Monastery before getting on your own personal yacht and daring out on the water to take a yacht to your accommodation.
Food included: lnle lake. In a 5-day rotating system the fair is visiting different towns at the lake on different dates. Visiting the Inn Paw Khone and Nampan villas, where natives make cherooth (cigars). NOTICE: The 5-day store plan is only available near the tour date. In cases where there is no local supermarket, the tour director will make other precautions.
Food included: Transfers to Heho International for your flights to Yangon, where your tour ends. Food included: This tour requires a permit. The tour hotel is offered as indicated or as an alternative with a similar level.