Yangon / Bagan / Mingun / Mandalay / Heho / Inle Lake / Yangon

We, Far East Tour and our partner are specially designed for those who are interested in not only the poetic sceneries but also the simple beauty of the local residents.  You'll travel with the assurance that all your arrangements are taken care of, with international flights, accommodation and all other information shall be in the detail below.

International flights shall take you to the vibrant city of Yangon to start your discovery.

Yangon is the heart of Myanmar's spiritual life and a bustling city full of crumbling colonial charm. Yangon fascinates visitors by its ancient beauty, the multiculturalism with many attractive destinations. If you once have visited this place, you will experience the wistfulness and will not want to leave it. Some must-see attractions in Yangon include Independence Monument, the National Museum, the National Museum and the famous Shwedagon Pagoda (Read more abour Shwedagon - the golden highlight of Yangon).

Serving as the capital of Pagan kingdom during more than 2 centuries, Pagan is the gathering place of numerous huge and valuable architectural works which can be compared with the two renowned Buddhist temple complexes of Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Borovodur in the Central of Java Island, Indonesia. Visit some of these numerous temples including Htilominlo and Dhammayangyi, before enjoying a spectacular sunset from the summit of Aureum Watch -Tower shall be interesting experiences.

Your day begins as you browse the waves of Nyaung Oo Market to arrive in Mt. Popa to explore the breathtaking Taung Kalat monastery there. You have a whole day in Popa before returning to Bagan.

From Popa, a domestic flight shall take you to Mandalay to visit Mahamuni Pagoda the Golden Palace Monastery and Kuthodaw Pagoda. Sailing up the Irrawaddy River, you will come to Mingun to visit one of the world's largest bells, Hsinbyume Paya, and the imposing Mingun Pagoda. The silk making and Kalaga tapestry workshops are also worth to visit before finishing your journey to Mandalay Hill.

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Spend more time to know about the ancient Mingun village.

Drive to Amarapura and visit Mahagandayon Temple, a place of monastic study and home to several thousand young monks. Travel on to Sagaing and pay a visit to the teak wood Bagaya Kyaung Monastery, before exploring amongst the multitude of temples and pagodas that scatter across the Sagaing Hills. Finally, we can also visit the world’s longest wooden bridge of U Bein which can be an ideal standing point for admiring sunset.

Leaving Kyun Thiri River Village, you will come to Heho airport. This is a small but quite crowded airport as any one coming to Burma are almost longing for visit Inle Lake and the nearby Kalaw mountainous area which is said to be small but beautiful and suitable for trekking.

Getting on boat, you will village a traditional village on Inle Lake called Nanpan with their traditional handicraft of making boat. You will also visit a cheroot making factory before continuing on to Phaungdaw U Pagoda and the ingenious floating gardens.

Return to Heho to fly to Yangon. Upon arrival visit Kaba Aye (World Peace) Pagoda, Botataung Pagoda and Nanthida Jetty. This evening, stroll around Chinatown, visiting a temple as you go, and through the lively night markets.

You have leisure time in Yangon while waiting for the departure flight to your country. End of 11 days Myanmar tour.