GKT 06- 6 Days / 5 Nights

Tour Code : GKT – 06
Tour Name : Yangon – Bagan – Mandalay – Yangon
Tour Duration : 6 Days / 5 Nights
Day1-Welcome at Yangon International Airport and Yangon Sightseeing by carDay2-Yangon – Nyaung U by flight, Bagan Sightseeing by carDay3-Bagan Sightseeing by carDay4-Bagan-Mandalay by flight, Amarapura and Mandalay Sightseeing by car

Day5-Mandalay-Yangon by flight-Yangon Sightseeing by car


Trip Highlights

  • Yangon: The world famous Shwedagon Pagoda, Downtown Area to see the land mark of city centre (Sule Pagoda), colonial area, colonial courthouse, city hall and Mahabandoola Park, Bogyoke Aung San market (close on every Monday), Botataung Pagoda, 2000 years old, said to have enshrinement of Buddha hair relic carried by 8 Indian monks, Chaukhtatkyi Reclining Buddha Image and Karaweik Royal Barge on the Kandawgyi Royal Lake
  • Bagan: Nyaung Oo Local Market, Shwezigon Pagoda, The elegant Htilominlo Temple (noted for its plaster carvings), Ananda (an architectural masterpiece of the early-style temple), Wetkyi-in Gubyaukkyi (a cave temple with exquisite jatakas murals paintings), Thatbyinnyu (the highest in Bagan, rising to 61 m), Dhammayangyi Temple (noted for its finest brickwork), Shwesandaw Pagoda (the second highest temple in Bagan), Myinkaba village and observe the process of traditional lacquer-ware, one of the best-known Myanmar handicrafts and a specialty of Bagan, the countryside village of Minnanthu
  • Amarapura: Maha Gandayone monastery where we can observe the life of more than 1000 monks, a traditional Silk and Cotton Weaving workshops, U Bein Bridge (the world’s longest Teakwood Bridge,1208 meters long)
  • Mandalay: Mahamuni Buddha Image (one of the most venerable statue of Buddha covered with gold leaf), local artisan’s workshops of gold leaf making, woodcarving and marble carving, Shwenandaw Monastery (Golden Palace Monastery, noted for its exquisite woodcarving), Atumashi Monastery (the incomparable Monastery) and Kuthodaw Pagoda with its 729 marble stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures (known as the world’s biggest book) and Mandalay Hill

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