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Typical Myanmar

16/Days  Flexible & Private Tour
 YangonBaganMandalayKalawInle LakeNgwe Saung beachYangon
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As an amazing way to see and experience the best of Myanmar which is a charming country filled with stunning landscapes, fascinating culture and lovely people, this 16-day journey is a perfect choice for anyone seeking for a wholly experience Myanmar at unhurried pace. The tour covers incredible highlights such as colorful Yangon with the magnificent Shwedagon pagoda, archaeological discovery of the lost world of bagan, a scenic boat trip to Mingun unfinished pagoda and a rousing ride on horse carriage around exotic Ava. Furthermore, relaxed time on Inle Lake and Ngwe Saung beach are also parts of its charm we dedicate to you by the end of trip.

Highlights

  Visit colorful colonial buildings in Yangon

  Discover countless ruined temples in Bagan ancient kingdom

  Enjoy in a bumpy horse cart ride in ancient Ava

  Board on a exciting boat trip to exotic Kyauk Gu U Min temple

  Sample authentic tribal life in Kalaw hill villages

  Explore local life and culture around Inle Lake by bike

  Stroll along white sandy shore of Ngwe Saung beach

Tour Summary

By Day Transfer Destinations Activities Meals
Day 1 Yangon Arrive Yangon, airport transfer to city hotel, sunset at Shwedagon... D
Day 2 Yangon Tour around Yangon: colonial buildings, Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda,... B
Day 3 Bagan Morning fly to Bagan, airport transfer and tour to Nyaung market, key... B
Day 4 Kyauk Gu U Min Morning walk around Minanthu village, afternoon sail up Irrawaddy... B
Day 5 Mandalay Overland travel from Mandalay to Bagan, en-route visit ancient... B
Day 6 Sagaing, Amarapura Drive to visit all highlights of Sagaing and Amarapura B
Day 7 Mingun Morning boat trip to visit Mingun unfinished pagoda, explore further... B
Day 8 Kalaw Morning fly to Heho airport, drive to Kalaw hill hotel, en-route... B
Day 9 Kalaw Trek through hill villages of Kalaw B, L
Day 10 Inle Lake Train to Shwenyaung train station and connect Nyaung Shwe jetty, boat... B
Day 11 Indein Boat trip to Indein village, en-route participate in 5-day floating... B
Day 12 Inle Lake Cycle around the lake and enjoy rural landscapes, sunset at Red... B
Day 13 Ngwe Saung beach Morning fly back to Yangon, drive to Ngwe Saung beach, check in and... B
Day 14 Ngwe Saung beach Enjoy the beach B
Day 15 Ngwe Saung beach Enjoy the beach B
Day 16 Yangon Transfer from Ngwe Saung beach to Yangon airport B
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    Arrive Yangon, airport transfer to city hotel, sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, welcome dinner

Welcome to Yangon, Myanmar. Upon your arrival, you will be warmly greeted by our guide and driver at airport then transfer to your hotel for check-in and relaxation. Have your good time then in the hotel after a long flight. When the sun is coming to set, head out to visit Shwedagon Pagoda and experience the wonder of this inspiring pagoda, being left breathless with its vivid color and sacred atmosphere. After that, you are invited to enjoy a welcome dinner at a decent restaurant.
Breakfast and lunch are on your own account. 

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    DinnerWelcome dinner at Padonmar Restaurant or The Strand restaurant

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    Tour around Yangon: colonial buildings, Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, Bogyoke market, Kandawgyi Lake Park

After breakfast, we start a day trip to visit . Next up, we head to Pansodan street and take a walk to to get a sense of Yangon's beauty with colonial buildings and many historical monuments dating back from 19th century before driving to visit Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda nearby and discover the 70 meters long and 16 meters high Reclining Buddha image. Afterward, we drop by Bogyoke market (a famous market located in the heart of Yangon) for a browse through Burmese beautiful handicrafts and interesting souvenirs. It is also the chance for you to see and feel Myanmar way of life at close. Coming dark, spend your time to chill out at the picturesque Kandawgyi Lake Park where you could take a leisurely stroll along the wooden footbridge across the serene lake and capture spectacle views of the beautiful giant floating Karaweik Palace. This is also the only place in Yangon to enjoy cultural show of traditional dance and music. 

Breakfast and lunch are on your own account. 

Uncover the diverse history and culture of Yangon

Welcome to Yangon - the biggest and most bustling city in Myanmar, a unique city in Southeast Asia with all nostalgic colors of time and culture reserved over centuries. If you are interested in colonial era architecture, a stroll down Yangon's colonial buildings will definitely blow you away by well-reserved images from the 20th century, with decaying facades filled with old paint and small trees squeezing through those little cracks. Moreover, proud of rich cultural tradition, Yangon will amaze you with plenty of spiritual relics where you can experience the importance of Buddhism to the Burmese’s lives: tranquil Chaukhtatgyi Temple containing an over-200-feet-long reclining Buddha, the octagonal-shaped 2500 year old pagoda Sule Pagoda located in the heart of the city, and especially the legendary Shwedagon Pagoda - the massive 99 meter high gold plated pagoda with the diamond studded spire on top of a small hill in downtown Yangon. And don’t miss chance to meditate in pagoda’s mystical atmosphere beautifully lit up after dark.(Note: Selected schedules will be appropriately handpicked according to specific package)

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    Morning fly to Bagan, airport transfer and tour to Nyaung market, key temples, lacquer-ware workshop, sunset at Shwedagon pagoda

After having breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for a domestic flight to Bagan. As you arrive, we start to visit Nyaung U market, then move to visit Ananda temple and explore Mon architecture well preserved from 12th century and figure out why it is regarded as the most beautiful temple in Bagan. We also visit the greatest Shwezigon Pagoda, a noticeable huge gold plated pagoda built by the founder of the Bagan empire enshrining Gautama Buddha's relics. Following the winding path passing palm trees, small ruined temples and monasteries, we reach Myinkaba village, a typical bamboo village famous for many traditional lacquer-ware workshops. Get inside one of them, watch the intricate making process step by step and admire the final impressive products of art after the demonstration. Another must see of the village should be Gubyaukgyi temple with striking beauty of mural paintings and sculptures influenced by Indian architecture dating back from 12th century. Conclude your temple tour with a peaceful sunset moment from the upper terrace of magnificent Shwesandaw pagoda. 

Lunch and dinner are on your own account. 

Discover local values and historical treasures in the ancient kingdom of Bagan

Bagan - among the most significant archaeological South East Asia sites is one of the densest concentrations of temples and pagodas with about 2,000 monuments remain in various states of repair. Once arriving in Bagan, grasp a terrific chance to see how local life is going through in Nyaung U market: the atmosphere in a Burmese market, regional products, fresh veggies, fine rice, unique local suncreen, etc. Continue the visit to important Buddhist constructions of Bagan: Shwezigon pagoda - the huge gold plated pagoda which is believed to enshrine a bone and tooth of Gautama Buddha, Ananda temple - a gorgeous white temple with coppery golden top - the finest and most beautiful temple in Bagan. Moreover, the further exploration in the legendary Gubyaukgyi, Htilominlo and Sulamani Temples will truly be a step back in time between historical architecture, old murals, plaster carvings and glazed sandstone decorations.   After a long day, soothe your soul in peace and enjoy the sunset along the Ayarwaddy River. 

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    Morning walk around Minanthu village, afternoon sail up Irrawaddy river to visit Kyauk Gu U Min temple

Drive to Minnanthu village and take a stroll and explore real local life and culture. See how the villagers go about their day to day activities like collecting sesame seeds, weaving cloth and spinning cotton. There is also a silversmith shop where they make their own silver jewelry. You are to keep on walking to Lay Myat Hnar complex to experience the layout of brick monastery compound and monastic life in Bagan.

In the afternoon, we will sail down the Ayeyarwaddy River to reach Kyauk Gu U Min, a cave temple with excellent sandstone carvings and giant Buddha images. Splendid natural settings blend perfectly with antique humans' construction, surely an ideal place to enjoy dusk.

Warm notice: From October to March, you can request a hot-air balloon ride which takes you above the charming Bagan plain and the impressive Ayeyarwaddy River to watch sunrise. Remember to get up early.

Lunch and dinner are on your own account.

River trip to explore the cracked rock cave temple of Kyauk Gu U Min

Drive to the banks of the Irrawaddy River and board in a private wooden motorboat on Aye Yar Jetty for upriver sailing to Kyauk Gu U Min, a remote temple located in quieter side of Bagan. The unique beauty of the temple appreciated by floral designed entrance, exquisite stone carvings depicting religious figures, inner-wall Buddha statues and the notable feature of light wells. There is also a cave found at the back of the temple since it was built against the site of precipitous cliff near the bank of mighty Irrawaddy river. Learn of the legend story behind this temple cave which was largely believed to be a shelter from the invading Mongols. While travelling slowly along the river, take your chance to capture fabulous views of riverside villages, fishermen and local boats passing by. 

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Excellent insight into authentic Minanthu village

Minanthu village, to the east of Bagan, is the place which gives you an excellent insight into the traditional daily life of local people. Taking a walk in the village and you will see people in their daily work: collecting water from well, harvesting sesame seeds, weaving cloth, spinning cotton, making cheroot & silver jewelry, etc.  Don't hesitate to say "Mingalabar" (which means "Hello" in Burmese) and the friendly villagers will always be very happy to share you their ways of living through inside stories. It is also nice to visit the nearby temple Lay Myat Hnar monastic complex. The shining white exterior with old paintings coverring interior walls will surely leave you a great lasting impression.

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    Overland travel from Mandalay to Bagan, en-route visit ancient capital of Ava, enjoy sunset by Irrawaddy river

After an early breakfast, start your day out with a gentle walk along the majestic Irrawaddy River to explore more about local life of riverine villagers. Then paticipate in a local fresh market full of talkative and funny locals. It would be an off-the-beaten-track feeling to blend in a place where very few tourists might know about. Get back to your hotel after that and prepare for a 5-hour long roadtrip to Bagan by car. En-route, don’t miss the chance to drop by sleepy ancient capital of Ava and experience a fascinating trip back in time by horse-cart through rustic farmland, city walls, monasteries and temples. Arrive Bagan in late afternoon, we will stop by Irrawaddy river bank and capture stunning red sunset over river before reaching your hotel for a good night then.

Lunch and dinner are on your own account.  

Wonderful sightseeing by horse-cart in the ancient Ava

Far away from the hustle of Mandalay, there lies a forgetten ancient capital of Ava where you could enjoy a bumpy but delightful ride on a horse cart (a popular local transport) and discover quaint rural landscape dotted with ruined temples, brick monasteries or the well-preserved remains of the outer city walls or pleasant view of farmers working on their private land. This is a great opportunity to gather some unique impressions off the beaten track. 

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    Drive to visit all highlights of Sagaing and Amarapura

After a hearty breakfast, we drive out the city to Sagaing region and visit temple-topped Sagaing hill. Here we will access to visit U Min Thonze Cave Temple, a distinctive site with 35 cave entrances so sunlights could easily sneak through and shine out 45 beautiful gilded Buddha images in a crescent-shaped colonnade inside. Take a chance for some amazing pictures if you wish before climbing up to visit Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda. This is the most important pagoda located at the top Sagaing Hill which also offers a great point to enjoy panoramic view over Mandalay’s stunning landscape and Irrawaddy river. Afternoon we move forward to Amarapura to visit silk weaving workshop (main industry in Amarapura). Next up, enter and witness how the locals respectfully care for the revered golden Buddha in Maha Muni Pagoda, learn about the legend behind and watch the daily closing ceremony at 4:00 pm in traditional music. When it coming to dusk, find the way to catch the unforgettable sunset over the iconic U Bein bridge from a sunset boat.   

Lunch and dinner are on your own account.


In search of Mandalay's serenity

Welcome to Mandalay – the city of culture located in the right heart of Myanmar.  Unlike other lively tours in modern cities, your excursion in Mandalay will take you to the outlying areas with fantastic mixture of nature and culture: Riverside hills dotted by gold stupas and pagodas named Sagaing, incredible view over Manday across Ayeyarwaddy River from the hill top, brilliant U Min Thonze Cave Temple and Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda, amazing golden Buddha statue at Mahamuni Buddha Temple. Moreover, a stop at Mahagandayon Monastery is truly worth your time in Mandalay, impressing you by the calm atmosphere when humble monks in red robes lining up silently for lunch ceremony.  After all, a stunning sunset over the iconic U Bein Bridge will definitly blow you away after a long day tour. 

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    Morning boat trip to visit Mingun unfinished pagoda, explore further key sites of Mandalay, sunset at Yankin hill

This morning you will be driven to GawWein jetty in Mandalay, and then embarked on a private boat upstream Irrawaddy river to Mingun, an ancient riverside town in Sagaing region. Our first stop in Mingun is the world’s largest unfinished Pahtodawgyi Pagoda which was supposed to become the world’s largest pagoda if King Bodawpaya hadn’t died before it was completed. Even though it was never done, the first constrution is enough massive piece of art.  Let’s get closer and admire the richly decorated entrance and detailed the history of the temple's construction in inscription stone. Leave the pagoda, we will head to Mingun Bell which has a weight of 90 tons, which is believed to be the largest uncracked bell in the world. From here, should you wish, a few minutes walking to the north, we will visit Hsinbyume Pagoda, a beautifully white-washed compound which holds a sorrow story behind about graceful Princess Hsinbyume, who had died during childbirth at very young age. Leave the town, back to your boat for a windy sail back to Mandalay. Get back to your car for a drive to explore Kuthodaw pagoda, frequently known as “The World’s Biggest Book”with great collection of well-preserved 729 marble slabs inscribed with Buddhist teachings. We then stop at Shwenandaw Monastery to witness impressive wood carving architecture as well as daily life routines of local monks. End of afternoon, we move to drive up Yankin Hill, an isolated temple-topped hill with excellent panoramic views from summit. If you prefer climbing to savor the surrounding sceneries slowly, it would take roughly 30 minutes along step stairway to conquer the top. Enjoy the rewarding sunset falling down the vast countryside before return to Mandalay for dinner and night relaxation then.

Lunch and dinner are on your own account.   

Tranquil sunset from Yankin hilltop

Standing for “Free from Danger”, Yankin Hill is ideally peaceful destination for sunset view from the East of Mandalay. After 30 minutes driving from the city center, you could choose to continue driving up the hilltop or spending a further 30 minutes to climb up the top through steep stairway. From the hilltop, enjoy the panoramic view of Mandalay's rural landscapes and Shan foothills behind.

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Explore the uncompleted Mingun pagoda

Sailing upwards the mighty Irrawaddy river from Mandalay, Mingun unfinished pagoda will soon catch your eyes in with its massive compound setting near the riverbank. Get off the boat, we will take you to discover all secrets behind the largest pagoda in the country and probably in the world if finished, the overriding ambition of King Bodawpaya, the reason why it was eventually left abandoned, the great architecture from finest brick works and the largest working giant bell inside. If you wish, it is also possible to climb to the top of pagoda and have splendid views of surrounding landscape. 

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    Morning fly to Heho airport, drive to Kalaw hill hotel, en-route visit Shan paper and umbrella workshop

Say goodbye to the royal Mandalay, we head off the airport for a short flight to Heho airport. Upon your arrival, meet up our team and together we drive along the winding but road to Kalaw. En-route, we stop by to visit a family-run workshop where you can see at close how famous Shan paper and parasols are made out all by hands. After roughly 2 hours, at last you will reach Kalaw, a laid-back hill town with refreshing asmostphere and attractive natural sceneries of colorful plantations on the floor on green hills. After hotel check-in, spend your time to chill out then in between the refreshing ambience at hill hotel.
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    Trek through hill villages of Kalaw

After breakfast, start your day with an exhilarating trek up and down the Kalaw hilly routes through beautiful plantation growing a large variety of vegetables, fruits, flowers, teas, etc. It is also a good chance for you to get more immersive experience with hill friendly villagers from Danu, Pa-O, Taung Yo and Palaung ethnic groups. Reaching the hilltop, stop by a guest house for a cup of local tea and enjoy your lunch. If you wish, you are also warmly invited to have a house tour and get to know more about daily activities and practices here. Later on, we trod down hill through another steepy path to initial starting point and connect a car ride back to hotel then. Enjoy your relaxed time then.

Dinner is on your own account.   

Jump in an epic trek in Kalaw

Take part in an epic trek in Kalaw or there is no better ways to not only discover the amazing landscape but also get an insight into the real cultural life with our experienced trekking local guide, who is always open to any of your question on Burmese life.Situated on the eastern edge of Shan Plateau, Kalaw is a picturesque hilltown dotted with tribal villages - an ideal destination for adventurous spirits to grab a hold of beautiful nature settings as well as breathe the ethnic lives. Starting your trek from the centre of town after breakfast, you will gradually sneak your way up towards the elevated plains above Kalaw and target to indigenous Shan village of Pein Hne Pin. Every part in the trekking route is an amazing discovery of changing landscape that will blow you away when going through: mountain, valley, plantations, etc. 

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    Breakfast, LunchPicnic lunch

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    Train to Shwenyaung train station and connect Nyaung Shwe jetty, boat trip around Inle Lake, visit floating gardens, villages and key religious sites, watch sunset on the lake

After a hearty breakfast, you will be brought to Kalaw train station for a 3-hour train ride to Shwenyaung train station, the nearest railhead to connect the iconic Inle Lake – our very next destination. Upon reaching the lake bank in Nyaung Shwe jetty, we step in a private board and start out a fantastic trip around the lake. Upon the tranquil lake, it offers beautiful reflection of floating bamboo houses of Intha people who grow food on floating gardens in addition to fishing. Along the way, observe lake farmers collecting crops on boats or the iconic image of leg-rowing fishermen in their long thin wooden craft catching fish for livelihoods. Sailling further the lake, you will also visit Ngaphechaung Monastery – the oldest and biggest monastery over Inle Lake. It is an attractive wooden monastery famous for unique architecture, impressive collection of Buddha images. From here, we proceed to PhaungDawOo Pagoda, the most important and visited destination of all Buddha believers around the lake where you could also find five 800-year-old golden images well preserved in the center. Our guide will tell you the mysterious story about these precious images.  On the way back to your lake hotel, we stop by Inpawkhon village to explore traditional lotus weaving technique and beautiful textiles in a family-run workshop. If time permits, we will also visit blacksmith and silver smith making workshops before settling in your lake hotel for nice relaxation then.

Lunch and dinner are on your own account

Fantastic rail journey from Kalaw to Inle Lake

Catching a slow train from Kalaw to Inle Lake, it is the chance to to gether local feeling with a seat on outdated carriage dated back from colonial time. The train has long played such a vital role on daily life of Shan Hill locals as importantly affordable link connecting lands. Sitting near the opened windows, relax your mind and enjoy your hassle-free time observing the laid-back charm of naturally preserved Shan mountains, beautiful countryside and vibrant local life going by..

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Immerse in the wonderful floating life in Inle Lake

Upward the western of Shan state is the pictureque Inle Lake –  the Venice of Myanmar. Stepping off Nyaung Shwe marina, you will take a motorized boat to navigate through stilt villages, floating garderns and meet locals who spend their entire lives on the water. Passing Ywa Ma village and Kay Lar Village where Intha people built their unique houses with long straight wooden poles stretching into the lake bed, it is your tranquil time in relaxed atmostphere of thelocally significant Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda and get to unfold the interesting story of the five Buddhas inside. As the dawn is coming and the warm light turns the still surface of the lake a golden colour, just pause for a while and cherish true value of unforgetable moment.

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    Boat trip to Indein village, en-route participate in 5-day floating market, explore Shwe Indein stupa pagoda, Walk around Sae Ma village, visit Inthar Heritage House

In the second day on Inle Lake, we board on boat again and sail toward Indein. En-route, take a chance to participate in a local 5-day market which is rotating between 5 different lakeside villages over 5-day period. The market is a unique culture point for residents all around the lake and nearby mountains to exchange not only a wide variety of colorful typical products but also their indigenous cultures. After having fun time in the vibrant market, we reach with 1- Indein village after another hour boating. Take an easy stroll through a bamboo forest before connecting the walkway up to the hilltop pagoda. After 30 minutes walking, the amazing summit comes to your sight with mesmerizing view of 1054 ruined stupas embracing the Shwe Indein pagoda in the middle. Getting closer to ancient crumbling stupas, some fallen halfly while some overgrown by little trees and moss, you are offered a golden chance to admire priceless legacy of historical architecture and rich culture dating back from 17th cemtury. From the top of the hill, enjoy great views of Indein village and the surrounding landscape before continuing on foot to observe slow pace of life at Sae Ma village. Along the ride back to your lake hotel, do not miss a chance to stop at Inthar Heritage House, a restaurant and an unusual Cat Sanctuary  holding many significant history and culture values of Inle Lake’s native locals. Wrap up the fruitful day trip with fantastic sunset over the beautiful lake. Have a sweet night then at your hotel.

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Indulge in a trip to the graceful Indein

Indein is a small village West of Inle Lake which is renowned for the floating market and impressive ancient stupas with Banyan trees growing out of them. From Inle Lake, by just a scenic 8-kilometer boat ride through a long narrow canal, you soon reach the lively floating ‘5-day market’ rotated every five days around five different villages in Inle. This is a beautiful opportunity to experience the diversity of Inle ethnic, witness their day-to-day life and make their unique fair on the water trading all local products. A drop-in visit to local workshops will excite your curiosity about lotus weaving, cheroot cigarettes making in various size and flavours and diligent hand crafted silver work. Lastly, don’t forget to discover old ruined pagodas dated back to the 13th century and admire their incredible beauty even in bad condition. The impressive image of stupas after stupas decaying due to constant exposure to humidity still pose irresistible charm will leave you with nothing but thrills. 

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    Cycle around the lake and enjoy rural landscapes, sunset at Red mountain

Ready after breakfast at your hotel, we will go for a cycling venture around the lake. The highlights of the cycling route include passing paddy fields set in the backdrop of Shan mountains, a couple of local villages and Khaung Daing Natural hot spring. Cycling at your own pace on exotic village trails away from the crowds, you will see watch local life passes you by and capture beautiful moments of local farmers in their daily activities. After having a healthy picnic lunch and short break at a local tea shop, we continue paddling back to Nyaung Shwe, drop by Red Mountain Estate where produces the best wines of the country. You will have chance to learn how the wine is made, taste the great products as well as have a fantastic sunset from the mountain also.

Lunch and dinner are on own account.

Track out the most beautiful bike route in Inle Lake

Apart from the boat trip, there is no better way than a thrilling bicycle tour to experience Inle Lake and hidden surroundings from another angle. A stop at Intha village Kaung Daing and soaking time in hot spring or discovering the local food processing work: manufacture peanut oil, whip up mango fruit leather, and dry sunflower seeds & fermented yellow pea tofu definitly makes for your sublime morning schedule.Pedalling off the main road, heading your way into village, you will be blown away when observing the farmers' working in paddy field in harmorny with spectacular mountainous background.Don't hesitate to make friends with bubbly locals chatting and laughing on their doorsteps or the innocent kids, they always timidly smile a lot to have you there. 

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    Morning fly back to Yangon, drive to Ngwe Saung beach, check in and enjoy the beach

After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Heho airport and take morning flight return to Yangon airport. Meet up your guide and driver at the station then transfer to Ngwe Saung Beach. Arrive Ngwe Saung at noon, do check-in and have a lunch break then. Afternoon is your free time to enjoy the beach as your wishes. In the late afternoon, you can enjoy the romantic moment of the sun setting gradually in to the water.

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Have wonderful time at pristine beach of Ngwe Saung

As the nearest beach getaway from Yangon, Ngwe Saung is a truly little-visited paradise to mellow out and recharge after a week or more travelling around Myanmar. Afer roughly 4-hour driving from Yangon, soon enough you will be amazed with convivial atmosphere the beach has to offer. Row of green palm trees swaying lightly in the wind mixing nicely with sound of gentle waves will surely bring you a peaceful feeling. Beside relaxed time by the beach, you could hire a boat for island sightseeing; go snorkelling or fishing, explore nearly fishing villages by bicycle or have a fresh seafood dinner served privately on a beach restaurant and many more. 

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    Enjoy the beach

Enjoy full days of leisure in Ngwe Saung beach. It is up to you just simply relax on the beach, soak in the waters or take a cycling excursion to nearby fishing villages to meet local fishermen and observe their daily lifestyles. 
Lunch and dinner are on your own account.  

Have wonderful time at pristine beach of Ngwe Saung

As the nearest beach getaway from Yangon, Ngwe Saung is a truly little-visited paradise to mellow out and recharge after a week or more travelling around Myanmar. Afer roughly 4-hour driving from Yangon, soon enough you will be amazed with convivial atmosphere the beach has to offer. Row of green palm trees swaying lightly in the wind mixing nicely with sound of gentle waves will surely bring you a peaceful feeling. Beside relaxed time by the beach, you could hire a boat for island sightseeing; go snorkelling or fishing, explore nearly fishing villages by bicycle or have a fresh seafood dinner served privately on a beach restaurant and many more. 

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    Enjoy the beach

Another day at leisure on beach, take in the sun’s rays and lovely beach waves, try variety of fascinating seafoods or anything at your own preference in between picturesque and unspoiled nature.
Note: The best recommended time to visit Ngwe Saung beach is from October to April. The low season from May to October is not favorable because of unpredicted weather with occasional extended periods of rain.
Lunch and dinner are on your own account.  

Have wonderful time at pristine beach of Ngwe Saung

As the nearest beach getaway from Yangon, Ngwe Saung is a truly little-visited paradise to mellow out and recharge after a week or more travelling around Myanmar. Afer roughly 4-hour driving from Yangon, soon enough you will be amazed with convivial atmosphere the beach has to offer. Row of green palm trees swaying lightly in the wind mixing nicely with sound of gentle waves will surely bring you a peaceful feeling. Beside relaxed time by the beach, you could hire a boat for island sightseeing; go snorkelling or fishing, explore nearly fishing villages by bicycle or have a fresh seafood dinner served privately on a beach restaurant and many more. 

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    Transfer from Ngwe Saung beach to Yangon airport

Last day on the beach, check out your hotel after breakfast, meet up your guide and driver for a return drive back to Yangon. En-route, if you wish, we could dash into Pathein of Delta Province and visit the famous craft of umbrella. Arrive Yangon airport by afternoon, find the way to catch up your departure flight home then.


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Inclusions

Meals
15 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner
Accommodation
Hotel (15 nights),
Transport
Car, Plane, Walking, Boating
Flights
1. Fly from Yangon to Bagan (1 hour 20 minutes)
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3. Fly from Heho to Yangon airport (1 hour 10 minutes)
Included Services
  •   15-night hotel accommodation with daily breakfast
  •   01 welcome dinner, 01 trekking picnic lunch in Kalaw
  •   Private transport in air-conditioned vehicles
  •   03 domestic flights: Yangon - Bagan, Mandalay - Heho, Heho - Yangon
  •   Domestic airport & government taxes
  •   Baggage handling fees for airport in & out
  •   Road taxes
  •   Local English-speaking guides
  •   Purified water 0.5 ml (1) bottle & (1) wet towels on sightseeing day only.
  •   Zone fees, entrance fees, private boat in Kyaukku and Inle Lake
  •   Horse-cart in Ava, bicycles in Inle Lake
  •   Our personal assistance

Exclusions

  •   International flights
  •   Travel insurance
  •   Visa stamp fees
  •   Early check-in & late check-out surcharge
  •   Personal expenses
  •   Meals, drinks not mentioned
  •   Tips & gratuities for guide and driver
  •   Surcharge for Christmas or New year’s eve gala dinner at hotel (if required)