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Myanmar
Burma sits at the crossroads of Asia's great civilisations of India and China, and looks out onto the vast Indian Ocean next to Thailand. One of South East Asia's largest and most diverse countries, Burma stretches from the sparkling islands of the Andaman Sea in the south right up into the Eastern Himalayan mountain range. To this day Burma remains one of the most mysterious and undiscovered destinations in the world. A land of breathtaking beauty and charm, yet only recently started emerging into the modern world. What can the casual visitor therefore expect upon arrival, and why should one embark on such a journey in the first place?
Burma offers all the traditional delights of Asia in one fascinating country. Virgin jungles, snow- capped mountains and pristine beaches, combined with a rich and glorious heritage spanning more than two thousand years. Spectacular monuments and ancient cities attest to a vibrant culture that is still home to 135 different ethnic groups.
Wherever you go in Burma, whether it be cruising down the mighty Ayeyarwaddy River in style, drifting over the ancient city of Bagan by hot air balloon or searching for that elusive tiger on the back of an elephant, there is always a feeling of adventure. With two modern internal airlines upgrading and expanding their networks, new and exciting destinations off the beaten track are gradually being opened. But above all, Burma offers the warmest welcome in Asia.
Places For Visit
The Three Jewels (6 Days/5 Nights )
A short introduction to Burma showcasing the colonial charm of Yangon, magical Bagan with its remarkable architecture, its spectacular views and serene river cruises to the City of Gems, Mandalay which still invokes images of a romantic bygone era.
Day 1: Yangon
Arrive in Yangon. City tour visiting Kandawgyi Lake, reclining Buddha Chaukhtatkyi, China town, Scott Market (Monday closed) and famous Shwedagon Pagoda.
Day 2: Yangon-Bagan (B)
Flight to Bagan. Tour of Bagan visiting Nyaung Oo Market, Shwezigon pagoda, Ananda Pagoda, brick monastery of Ananda Ok Kyaung, Htilominlo Temple, Sulamani Temple, Dhammayangyi Temple and Thatbyinnyu Temple.
Day 3: Bagan (B)
Continue seeing some impressive pagodas and temples including Manuha Temple, Nanpaya shrine, Gubaukgyi Temple and Lawkananda Pagoda.
Day 4: Bagan-Mandalay (B)
Flight to Mandalay. Tour the former capital Amarapura visiting U Bein's bridge, the world's longest teakwood structure. Visit Inwa by pony cart down tree lined paths to see old palace walls, wooden monasteries and the 'leaning tower of Ava'.
Day 05: Mandalay-Yangon (B)
City Tour of Mandalay visiting Mahamuni pagoda, Kuthodaw Pagoda, Shwenandaw Monastery and gold leaf hammering craft shop. Flight to Yangon.
Day 06: Yangon (B)
Transfer to airport.
Includes: Accommodation for 5 nights,meals, internal flights, transfers and sightseeing as given above, local English speaking guides, ntrances.
Notes: Independent program; starts daily.
Best of Burma (7 Days/6 Nights )
This journey shows you the cosmopolitan Yangon, an amalgamation of British, Burmese, Chinese, and Indian influences and still keeping the British colonial charm, Bagan with its ancient temples dotting the landscape and Mandalay, City of Gems on the banks of mighty Ayeryarwaddy River. A wonderful insight into the cultural heritage of this beautiful country
Day 01: Yangon
Arrive in Yangon.
Day 02: Yangon (B)
City tour visiting Kandawgyi Lake, reclining Buddha Chaukhtatkyi, China town, Scott Market (Monday closed) and famous Shwedagon Pagoda.
Day 03: Yangon-Bagan (B)
EFlight to Bagan. Tour of Bagan visiting Nyaung Oo Market, Shwezigon pagoda, Ananda Pagoda, brick monastery of Ananda Ok Kyaung, Htilominlo Temple, Sulamani Temple, Dhammayangyi Temple and Thatbyinnyu Temple.
Day 04: Bagan (B)
Continue seeing some impressive pagodas and temples including Manuha Temple, Nanpaya shrine, Gubaukgyi Temple and Lawkananda Pagoda.
Day 05: Bagan-Mandalay-Mingun- Mandalay (B)
Flight to Mandalay. Take a short boat ride to ingun to see the unfinished pagoda, still a very impressive sight. Also visit Mingun Bell, largest hanging un-cracked bell in the world. City Tour of Mandalay visiting Mahamuni pagoda, Kuthodaw Pagoda and Shwenandaw Monastery.
Day 05: Bagan-Mandalay-Mingun- Mandalay (B)
Flight to Mandalay. Take a short boat ride to ingun to see the unfinished pagoda, still a very impressive sight. Also visit Mingun Bell, largest hanging un-cracked bell in the world. City Tour of Mandalay visiting Mahamuni pagoda, Kuthodaw Pagoda and Shwenandaw Monastery.
Day 06: Amarapura-Inwa-Sagaing (B)
Tour Amarapura visiting U Bein's bridge, the world's longest teakwood structure. Visit Inwa by pony cart to see old palace walls, wooden monasteries, 'leaning tower of Ava' and teakwood monastery Bagaya Kyaung. Continue to Sagaing, to see stupas scattered over Sagaing Hill.
Day 07: Mandalay-Yangon (B)
Flight back to Yangon.
Includes: Accommodation for 6 nights,meals, internal flights, transfers and sightseeing as given above, local English speaking guides, entrances.
Notes: Independent program; starts daily
Classic Burma (10 Days/9 Nights )
This journey takes you to the wonderful sights in Burma at an easy pace. A fantastic itinerary covering a range of cultural and historical sites. Amazing scenery, exotic temples, tempting cuisine, colonial architecture and humble and hospitable people - this diverse destination will never cease to impress you
Day 01: Yangon
Welcome at Yangon International airport upon arrival and transfer to the hotel.
Day 02: Yangon (B)
City Tour visiting beautiful Kandawgyi Lake, Botataung Pagoda, Yangon downtown area with its large colonial buildings and the sidewalk markets. Also visit Wahdan jetty for a colourful experience, Kandawgyi Lake, reclining Buddha Chaukhtatkyi, China town, Scott Market (Monday closed) and famous Shwedagon Pagoda.
Day 03: Yangon-Bagan (B)
Flight to Bagan. Tour of Bagan visiting Nyaung Oo Market, Shwezigon pagoda, Ananda Pagoda, brick monastery of Ananda Ok Kyaung, Htilominlo Temple, Sulamani Temple, Dhammayangyi Temple and Thatbyinnyu Temple.
Day 04: Bagan (B)
Continue seeing some impressive pagodas and temples including Manuha Temple, Nanpaya shrine, Gubaukgyi Temple and Lawkananda Pagoda. Also visit a lacquer ware craft shop to see the process of hand- making these beautiful pieces.
Day 05: Bagan-Mandalay-Mingun- Mandalay (B)
Flight to Mandalay. Take a short boat ride to Mingun to see the mammoth base of an unfinished pagoda, still a very impressive sight. Also visit Mingun Bell, largest hanging un-cracked bell in the world. City Tour of Mandalay visiting Mahamuni pagoda, Kuthodaw Pagoda, Shwenandaw Monastery and gold leaf hammering craft shop.
Day 06: Amarapura-Inwa-Sagaing (B)
Tour the former capital Amarapura visiting U Bein's bridge, the world's longest teakwood structure. Visit Inwa by pony cart down tree lined paths to see old palace walls, wooden monasteries, 'leaning tower of Ava' and the teakwood monastery Bagaya Kyaung. Continue to Sagaing, to see interesting stupas scattered over Sagaing Hill.
Day 07: Mandalay-Heho-Indain-Inle (B)
Flight to Heho and drive to magical Inle Lake. Tour Inle Lake with a visit to Indain and its enchanting 17th century pagodas. Visit Phaungdaw U Pagoda, Nga Phae Chaung monastery and floating gardens.
Day 08: Shwe Nyaung-Aung Ban-Ka- law (B)
Train to Aung Ban and drive to Kalaw. Tour colonial Kalaw including Nee Paya, a gold lacquered bamboo Buddha.
Day 09: Heho-Yangon (B)
Flight from Heho to Yangon.
Includes: Accommodation for 8 nights, meals, internal flights, transfers and sightseeing as given above, local En- glish speaking guides, entrances.
Notes: Independent program; starts daily

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