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This 4-day short trip will take you to Yangon and Bagan.
Day 1-Yangon airport - proceed to start your sightseeing with Botahtaung Pagoda. After lunch, start your visit to Bogyoke (Scott) Market which has the largest selection of Burmese handicrafts. Then, enjoy visit at Shwedagon Pagoda, the 'heart' of Buddhists in Myanmar.
Day 2-Fly to Nyaung U and visit Bagan. Temple sightseeing and sunset boat trip to be enjoyed.
Day 3-Visit Minnanthu Village and some more temples of Bagan. Fly back to Yangon in the evening.
Day 4-Drive to Thanlyin. Visit a local market in Thanlyin and continue to Kyauk Tan. Take a short rowing boat trip to see Ye-Le Pagoda, situated on a tiny island in the middle of the river. Return to Yangon.
~ All sightseeing tour and transfer services with private air conditioned car as per our itinerary
~ Accommodation with breakfast at hotels as specified
~ Meals where specified
~ Domestic flight tickets with available domestic airlines in Myanmar
~ Transfers and tours with the same language speaking local guide throughout
~ All entrance fees for the places as mentioned in the program
~ Boat trip as specified in our itinerary
~ Insurance surcharge on Domestic Airlines in Myanmar
~ Domestic airports taxes
~ Service charges, room tax and baggage handling
~ Water and snow towel during sightseeing
Excluded in our price:
~ Services not mentioned in our itinerary
~ Meals where not specified
~ Visa fees
~ International flight tickets to and from Yangon
~ International airport departure tax of US$ 10.00 per person (Currently)
~ Expenditure of a personal nature (Such as: uses of mini-bar and refrigerator, laundry service, telephone call and etc...)
~ Travel insurance (cover against all cancellation costs, medical expenses, including repatriation, in the event of accident or illness)
The price for the above arrangements will be from USD950 per person based on 2 people sharing a twin / double room and excluding international air travelling.
*Please note that the price confirmed at the time of booking is subject to change and depends on the availability of accommodation.
East hotel is a boutique hotel, set in the heart of the Yangon business district and is conveniently located between two major roads, Sule Pagoda and Bogyoke. The property is unique in that when many hotel a large proportion of similarly designed rooms with a small amount of individual rooms, east is the other way around. East hotel radiate an opulent charm of contemporary Myanmar décor perfectly blended with the traditional warmth of Myanmar hospitality.
Last decade ago, the area of Zfreeti Hotel was standing as two separate hotels named ‘New Heaven’ and ‘Golden Village’ Hotel. In 2012, those old styled bungalows were demolished and the contemporary two storied buildings were developed which is mixed with ancient Bagan architectural design. The location of the hotel is situated in a very prime area of Nyaung U. Bagan’s main food corridors for tourists are in a walking distance from the hotel.
Bagan, situated in central Myanmar is one of the world’s richest archaeological and historical sites, featuring more than 2,000 pagodas and temples all set on a vast 26 square-mile plain beside the legendary Ayeyarwady River. The Bagan kingdom was swept away by earthquakes and the invasion by Mongols. Some 2,230 of an original 4,450 temples survive. Buddhist belief that to build a temple was to earn merit and that could be the reason there were so many pagodas throughout Bagan’s desert plain.
Thanlyin has the largest sea port of Myanmar, located across Bago River from the Yangon city. Thanlyin is an attractive site due to its village scenes and ways of life of people as well as its rich historical background of De Brito and Natshinnaung, a grandson of King Bayinnaung, who went over to ally himself with Filipe de Brito and was executed in Thanlyin.
Yangon is the old capital of Myanmar and still the busiest city in the country. It is also the largest city in the country and is the first city to arrive to Myanmar for most travelers. It is a city of style and old-worldly dilapidated majesty. Left like nowhere else on earth following decades of isolation after independence, huge swathes of the city are peppered with some of the region’s most stunning colonial architecture.