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Duration: 14 Days / 13 Nights

DAY 1. ARRIVAL YANGON – BAGO – GOLDEN ROCK

Welcome by our tour guide upon arrival at Yangon International Airport. Upon arrival, proceed to Bago. Visit the reclining ShweThaLyaung Buddha Images, built in 994 AD by King Mingadippa, 55 meters long and 16 meters high, another biggest reclining Buddha image in Myanmar built during 9th Century.  “Kanbawzathardi Palace” the famous palace of the Emperor of the Second Myanmar Kingdom (1551-1581 A.D). Proceed to Shwemawdaw Pagoda, originally built by the Mons to a height to 23 meters in the 8th century and was rebuilt higher several times until it finally reached its present 114 meter stature in 1954 and Kyaik Pon Pagoda. Proceed to Golden Rock and Overnight in Golden Rock.

DAY 2. GOLDEN ROCK – HPA AN

After Breakfast at hotel, Visit Golden Rock and proceed Hpa An. It will take about 4 hours. After arrived at Hpa an, Visit Saddan Cave; this breathtakingly huge cavern contains a pagoda near the entrance with many Buddha images. Overnight in Hpa Aa.

DAY 3. HPA AN SIGHTSEEING – YANGON

After Breakfast at hotel, Visit Lumbani Garden & Mount Zwekabin: the tallest of a chain of limestone-mountains, 2372 feet is crowned by a stupa, said to contain a hair of the Buddha. It’s a long walk to the top so we recommend an early start. If you arrive by 11am you can witness the feeding of the mountain’s monkeys. The mountain boasts fantastic views over the Kayin country-side. visit to Kawgone Cave; eight miles south of Hpa-An, the hidden gallery of 7th Century artwork within the cave. Thousands of Buddha images and carvings line the walls and roof of the cavern. The pagoda was first recorded in 1893 in an Archaeological survey of India Report. One headless carving of an elegant torso is believed to represent a queen who donated some images to the cave pagoda. Then, visit Yathe Pyan (Hermit) Cave, Shwe Yin Hmyaw Pagoda, Kyaunk Kalap; the column or rock, standing sheer out of a lake makes this monastery, pagoda and Nat shrine one of the most photographed spots in all Kayin State. to  images to the cave pagoda. Proceed to Yangon and overnight in Yangon.

DAY 4. YANGON – MANDALAY ( BY FLIGHT ) – MINGUN

After breakfast, transfer to airport for domestic flight to Mandalay. On arrival, drive to Kywezon jetty to watch the busy riverside activity and take a local riverboat to the ancient capital of Mingun (appr. 1 hour per way). Visit the Settawya Pagoda, with a footprint of the Buddha, walk to the huge Mingun Bell– the world’s largest ringing bell exists (It weighs 55555 viss), the nearby unfinished MingunPahtodawgyi– one of the famous buildings in the world., Myatheindan (Hsinbyume) Pagoda, built by King Bagyidaw in 1816, three years before he succeeded Bodawpaya as king, the pagoda was constructed in memory of his senior wife the Hsinbyume princess., a reproduction of the mythological Mt. Meru.Sightseeing beginsMAHAMUNI PAGODA with its spectacular Buddha image covered with thick layers of gold leaves and visit to the Gold Leaf Workshop and Tapestry Workshop. Then, to SHWE NAN DAW KYAUNG (GOLDEN PALACE MONASTERY), a superb example of a traditional wooden building and KUTHODAW PAGODA, known as the world’s largest book, consisting of 729 marble slabs sculpted with the Three Baskets of Buddhist scriptures. Enjoy sunset on the Mandalay Hill. Dine at local restaurant and overnight in Mandalay.

DAY 5. MANDALAY – SAGAING – AVA – AMARAPURA

After breakfast, proceed directly to Amarapura. visitMAHAGANDAYON, a famous Buddhist monastery,  where more than a thousand monks live and study Buddhism and drive to Sagaing Hill. The Sagaing Hills are dotted with pagodas and there are over 500 monasteries, a retreat for some 6000 monks and nuns. Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda, KaungHmudaw Pagoda( a copy of the Mahaceti Pagoda in Sri Lanka), and Ywahtaung (home of the silversmiths’ guilds) are places worth visiting. After then, Proceed to the forgotten ancient capital of Ava, the 14th century capital located across MyitNge river. Observe unique monasteries and monuments, including 88 foot high watchtower and Bargaya teak monastery, built on 267 teak pillars. We will end our Ava sightseeing with a visit to the remains of the Royal Palace and the fort. Continue to the 200-year-old U BEIN teak bridge, built in 1782 at the time when Amarapura was the Royal Capital and route stop at a traditional hand-weaving silk workshop. Overnight in Mandalay.

DAY 6. MANDALAY – BAGAN (BY CAR)

After breakfast at hotel, drive to Bagan. It will take about 4 hours. Check in hotel in Bagan and take a few minutes. Visit  Lawka Nanda Pagoda on the bank of Ayeyarwaddyriver, enjoy the sunset beauty with the backdrop of TantkyiTaung (hill). Stay overnight at hotel in Bagan.

DAY 7. BAGAN SIGHTSEEING

After breakfast at hotel, Visit Nyaung U Market, ShwezigonPagoda (early 11 Century,AD), Ananda Temple (11 Century AD), Thatbyinnu Temple (mid-12Century, AD), Palace site of the First Myanmar Empire, Bupaya visit Gadawpalin Temple ( 13 CenturyAD.), ManuhaTemplebuilt by the Prisoner King of Thaton, MingalaZedi stone scripture, Sinbyushin Complex – where the Buddhist Teachings were initiated and Sunset at Dhammayangyi Temple (1167-70). Stay overnight at hotel in Bagan.

DAY 8. BAGAN – PINDAYA – INLE

After breakfast, proceed directly to Pindaya. It will take about 7 hours. Arrival Pindaya, sightseeing to Pindaya Cave (ShweOo Min limestone caves, inside there are over 8000 Buddha images), Pindaya Lake and umbrella making industry. Then, proceed to Inle. Overnight in Inle.

DAY 9. INLE – INDINE BOAT SIGHTSEEING

Breakfast at hotel, visit NgaHpeChaung Monastery, which houses dozens of Shan Buddha Images, but is more famous for its unique ‘jumping cats’ that jump through hoops in the air! Continue to PhaungDawOo Pagoda, the lake’s main sanctuary, which contains five sacred Buddha images covered in gold leaf. Explore the local crafts of Inle Lake with a stop at the weaving village of Innpawkhoneand a cheroot factory, where the typical Burmese cigars are made by hand. Take a boat trip to Indein village located at the south western bank of the Inlay Lake, popular for its ruined clusters of Pagodas dated back to the 16 centuries. Meeting with local people and study the traditions and culture of these people. Overnight in Inle.

DAY 10. INLE – NYAUNG SHWE – TAUNGGYI – KAKKUU – NYAUNG SHWE

After breakfast at hotel, one hour by road to Taunggyi then continue for about one more hour to Kakku, (depending on road and weather conditions). Visit the Kakku Pagoda complex of over 2000 stupas. Lunch at local restaurant. Then continue to visit Htan-Pha-Ya village and cave. Unknown Shan Buddha images of various sizes are kept on the wall of the small shallow Htan-Pha-Ya cave. Go back to Nyaung Shwe and overnight in Nyaung Shwe.

DAY 11. NYAUNG SHWE – HEHO – NGAPALI BEACH (BY FLIGHT)

After breakfast at hotel, transfer to domestic airport for flight to Thandwe ( Ngapali Beach ). Free and easy in Ngapali beach.

DAY 12. NGAPALI BEACH

DAY 13. NGAPALI BEACH – YANGON (BY FLIGHT )

After breakfast at hotel, transfer to domestic airport for flight to Yangon. Upon arrival, visit with Chaukhtatgyi huge reclining Buddha with eyes look natural and Visit Shwedagon Pagodabefore the sun set and enjoy the beauty of Stupa while it changes the shining of gold in different tones according to the radiant of the setting sun. Dine at local restaurant and overnight in Yangon.

DAY 14. YANGON DEPARTURE

After breakfast at hotel, Sightseeing to the city centre including City Hall, Sule Pagoda, MahaBandoola Park, and Independence  Monument. Shopping at Bogyoke Market (Scott) Market with hundreds of food, clothes, handicrafts and gems stores. Transfer to International airport for departure “HOME SWEET HOME”.