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FROM YANGON TO MYEIK FOR 14 NIGHTS
Bago, the kingdom of Mon capitol from the fourteenth to the sixteenth centuries. Discover Hpa-an, the Kayin State capitol, at the base of striking Zwekabin Mountain. Journey to the provincial capitol Dawei and watch the sun set at the Maung Ma Gan Beach. In Myeik, Myanmar's largest fishermen's village, with its timber architectural, fisheries industries and small-scale, family-run farms, you will be able to explore the Mergui Archipelago for a whole days.
At Yangon International Airport: Welcome by our native guides and transfers to your accommodation. Accommodation in Yangon. Bago is home to the Kyaik Pun Pagoda with its huge four-seat Buddha sanctuary and the city's interesting markets that sell various kinds of vegetable, flower and other goods. Later in the day, you' ll be able to relax around the sanctuary before heading back to your Mt.
Departure for Thaton after lunch. Formerly the capitol of the thriving kingdom of Suvarnabhumi in the third century B.C., the city has forfeited much of its former size and importance. Continue to Kawgun Village and explore Kawgun Cape, a 200 foot high and 300 foot long lime caves.
After your arriving in Hpa-an, you will be transferred to your accommodation for check-in and sleep. Hpa-an, the capitol of the state of Kayin, is located at the base of the striking Zwekabin mountain. It is possible to stroll through the city' s small alleys and attend the bustling cafe. Then you will be taken to Sadan Cave (about 34 km outside of Hpa-an), one of the most spectacular caverns in Myanmar.
Later in the afternoons you will observe the Kyauk Ka Lat sundown, also known as'James Bond Rock', because of its extraordinary form. Accommodation in Hpa-an. Transfers after breakfasts to the dock for your own personal cruise on the Thanlwin River to Mawlamyine (about 5 hours), past vast paddy paddies with strange, insulated crags.
After your stay you will be transferred to the Cinderella Hotel for check-in. After lunch, head to Kyaik Thanlan Pagoda for a stunning view, explore the Mahamuni Pagoda in Mon architecture and the U Zina Pagoda at the south tip of the chain of mountains with its four life-size sculptures representing the great legends of Buddha's time.
Accommodation in Mawlamyine. Following breakfasts, you' ll be taken to the town center and the main dried goods store, the new supermarket with its abundance of meat, fruits and veggies, the Kin Y orphanage and the monastery school. You will take a ferry to Bilu Island in the afternoons (. 45 minutes).
Arrival in Mawlamyine in the evening. Accommodation in Mawlamyine. You will drive to Thanbyuzayat, about 34 km from Mawlamyaing and the departure point of the Death Railway, which connects Myanmar (Thanbyuzayat Station) and Thailand (Ban Pong Station) with the Kwai River and was built by the Japanese during the Second World War.
Situated in the heart of the city, the recently opened railway museum is a must see. Sixteen km before Ye you will see the Bananenberg, from where you can enjoy a view over the whole Ye valley. Upon your arriving in Ye, you will be transferred to your accommodation for check-in. An interesting stop at a brickyard on the edge of the city to see how tiles are made (seasonally).
Accommodation in Ye. Following breakfasts on the patio with views of the sacred Ye lakes, you will set out across a breathtaking chain of mountains separating the Tanintharyi Division and Mon State. From Dawei, stop at Nabule Beach, where the government of Burma is building the largest deepwater harbor in Southeast Asia.
Upon your arriving, you' ll be checked into your accommodation for a refreshing meal. Dawe is the Tanintharyi Division city in southern Myanmar, formerly known as Tavoy. It was one of the first towns where the English established themselves after the First Anglo-Burmese War in 1826. Accommodation in Dawei. At the end of your breakfasts you can discover the city to get an impression of the daily routine in Dawei and to visit the most important Sightseeings.
On the way to San Maria Beach you will find the answers to how the Dawei population can earn a livelihood. Later in the evening you will arrive at the famous Maung Ma Gan beach. After a marvellous sundown, come back to your motel. Accommodation in Dawei. Journey to Myeik after breakfasts.
Only a few kilometres from Dawei lies the Shin Mok Hti Pagoda, which dates back to 1438 and contains genuine parts of the Bodhi tree. Shortly before arriving in Myeik, take the old boat trip, which offers a great possibility to take pictures. The East Indian Trading Company unloaded its vessels in the harbours of Myeik as early as the early seventeenth century.
The majority of the goods were shipped to the interior, from there to Tanintharyi and on to the old capitol Siam Ayutthaya. After your arrive in Myeik, you will be transferred to your accommodation for check-in. Accommodation in Myeik. Following breakfasts, discover Myeik, one of Myanmar's largest fishermen's cities, and find out more about its intriguing past.
The East Indian Trading Company unloaded its vessels in the harbours of Myeik as early as the early seventeenth century. The majority of the goods were shipped to the interior, from there to Tanintharyi and on to the old capitol Siam Ayutthaya. You' ll be visiting a soft-shell shrimp and crustacean farming to get an impression of the fishkeeping.
Walk through the old-coloured district and head to the Royal Pearl store, which has been in the same hands for over 150 years. Thein Daw Gyi Pagoda and a marvellous sundown over the Mergui Archipelago. You' ll spend the night at the Eain Daw Phyu Hotel in Myeik.
At the end of your morning, you will set off to discover the Mergui Archipelago. Sailing from Seik Nge Jettys (main jetty) in Myeik. Watch the day-to-day lives of locals during a brief trip to one of the towns along the way. After lunch you will go back to Myeik for an night.
You have free boarding for your free stay until the shuttle to the Aiport. After your stay you will be transferred to your accommodation for check-in. After lunch you' ll stop at the Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda (a giant lying Buddha), the Karaweik Hall, a royal swimming boat on the royal lake for a stop and in the evening the Shwedagon Pagoda, which is described by Somerset Maugham:
You' re staying in Yangon. Following breakfasts, you' ll stop at the over 2000 year old Sule Pagoda, Mahabandoola Park with its Independence Monument and stroll through the city centre and the spacious Bogyoke Market. The afternoons are at your disposal until the shuttle to Yangon International Airport for your depart.