Chủ Nhật, 27 tháng 10, 2013

Essential Burma Tour

One of the most best Burma Tours featuring a glimpse of the country for short time. The tour starts from Yangon with a highlighted visits to Shwedagon, Sule pagodas then the must-see attractions of the area. From here you fly to Bagan where thousands of pagoda impresses you by their sizes and history. Conclude your time by Inle, the second biggest lakes in Burma with unique Intha fisherman.

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Tour length: 06 days/ 05 nights
Tour type: Cultural Tour, Classic visit
Cities: Yangon, Bagan, Inle Lake
Physcal Level: Easy

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Day 1 Arrival in Yangon


Welcome to Burma, the country of unlike beauty !
Upon arrival, our driver will take you to your hotel for leisure. If time permits, we explore Shwedagon, the biggest pagoda in Yangon which is really outstanding with golden flash and rich Buddha stories. Welcome dinner by Karaweik Palace
Accommodation: Yangon Hotel
Meal: welcome dinner

Day 2 Yangon - Bagan sightseeing


Rise up early for a flight to Bagan in the morning.
Enjoy your full day discovering the highlights of Bagan which boasts soe 2500 temples and ruins. This famous archaeological site brings us to the holy history of ancient Bagan capital with the development of Buddhism .As we travel further into the land of temple spires, Htilomino, Gawdamgangyi, Ananda and Shwezigontemples will attract your sense of curiosity with a profound impression.The highlight of this day is the sunset from the second highest temple the Shwenandaw.
Accommodation: Bagan hotel
Meal: breakfast

Day 3 Bagan - Mt. Popa


Depart Bagan in the morning for a scenic drive to Popa where you will have chance to behold the stunning panoramic mountain view and see the impressive site of Popa Kalat, known as te most sacred site for meditation in Myanmar.
On the way back, we visit some Bagan lacquer centre where people produce the best lacquer items. Enjoy a relaxing sunset cruise on Irrawaddy river.
Accommodation: Bagan hotel
Meal: breakfast

Day 4 Bagan - Inle Lake sightseeing


After breakfast, we fly to Heho for a breathtaking driver to Nyang Shwe town. Connect your travel with a styled boat trip  to explore the life of Intha people whose image exposes vividly through one leg rower.
Our guide will show you the traditional work of making boat, weaving silk, black smith and making cigar in Inle Lake. The boat will take you through different lush floating vegetation and get to know the local life.
Accommodation: Inle Lake Hotel
Meal: breakfast

Day 5 Inle Lake - Indein Market - Yangon


We leave your resort this morning by boat to reach the rotating market of Indein which attracts different hill tribes in Shan State including Pa-O, Padaung, Intha people who come to the market in their traditional customs. Your guide will will demonstrate the uniqueness of Indein goods which are exposed in the fair.
After the market, we proceed to Indein ruin, the most famous site to experience the highlights of regional Buddhism then visit Pa O villages. Taking the flight back to Yangon. Transfer to your hotel
Accommodation: Yangon Hotel
Meal: breakfast

Day 6 Yangon city tour


After breakfast, we start exploring the centre of Yangon with a guided walk through colonial buildings, Emmanuel Church, Sule Pagoda and enjoy a styled high tea in Strand hotel or mingle with local in the traditional Burmese tea shop.
We will have time to buy souvenirs at Scott, the biggest market of Burma before having your departure flight.
Accommodation: not included
Meal: breakfast

INCLUSION & EXCLUSION


Tour included:
- All hotel rooms as mentioned in the itinerary
- 03 domestic flights as mentioned
- Meals as mentioned ( you can add meals if you prefer)
- English speaking tour guide ( other language, please contact us)
- Entrance fees and zone fees
- Boat trips as mentioned

Tour excluded:
- Meals not mentioned
- Drinks and personal expenses

To book this trip, please contact us or email to info@burmatours.asia
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Thứ Bảy, 26 tháng 10, 2013

Burma Off the Beaten Track

An extensive Burma tour lasting 18 days overlaying an immense vary of Burma's absolute best and most 'off the beaten track' destinations. Beginning in Yangon, the international hub for all flights to Burma, the tour strikes on to quilt extra of Burma's off-the-overwhelmed-observe areas akin to Keng Tung in the a ways eastern Shan state, Pyin Oo Lwin or Maymyo outside of Mandalay, Pindaya on the Shan plateau, and Mrauk-U in the north western corner of Burma. You also spend time to explore the primary tourist web sites in important Burma too, together with Mandalay, Lake Inle and Bagan, with a couple of days to calm down on the coast in Rakhine state at Ngapali beach. This tour is an awfully full-on go back and forth, but we hope that it's going to give you an idea of the huge variety of completely different places Burma has to provide!

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Tour length: 18 days / 17 nights
Tour type: Cultural, Adventure, Trekking
Cities: Keng Tung, Maymyo, Pindaya, Bagan, Inle Lake, Yangon
Price: From US$ 2200/person
Activity Level: Regular itinerary

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Day 1 Yangon Arrival


Arrive in Yangon, the world hub, and spend the night right here before your onward flight the next day.

Day 2 Yangon - Keng Tung


Take a brief flight east to Keng Tung. This most japanese part of Shan state has had the least Burmese influence over time and so is an interesting region to discover far from central Burma and the Ayewaddy delta, because the culture and language here is still just like its neighbours across the border in Thailand. The jap Shan state is slightly faraway and isolated and so ethnic and linguistic range is a key feature of the world, and you are going to spend some time exploring probably the most completely different tribal villages in the area.

Day 3 Keng Tung Sightseeing


These days your full day tour of the world will cover probably the most surrounding area's most essential sites, together with the Dhat Zoam Doi pagoda, plus visits to various hill tribe villages too to offer a viewpoint on the lifestyle in Keng Tung and the encompassing area. The Shan states are well-known for his or her conventional strategies of paper production which can also be viewed performed at some of these villages too.

Day four Keng Tung Trekking


As of late explore the Liomwe Hilltop town, previously the headquarters for a British military base previous to World conflict Two. There may be an old governor's place of dwelling and a Catholic church here and the excessive altitude (round 5500 toes above sea degree) creates a peaceful atmosphere and a cooler climate too.

Day 5 Keng Tung - Maymyo


This morning talk over with the Keng Tung Market and surprise on the silver to be had on sale. As with northern Thailand this area of Burma is well-identified for its high quality silver manufacturing, and local individuals will also be considered haggling over their wares. Later take another short flight to Mandalay and transfer on to Maymyo, or Pyin Oo Lwin. Pyin Oo Lwin is a unique city whose historic significance as a buying and selling town and army base has given it many anglicised options and a big Indian, Anglo-Burmese and Anglo-Indian communities. Together with the quaint colonial properties and architecture, Pyin Oo Lwin's old style horse-drawn carriages that trot around its streets add to the romantic provincial really feel too! The temperature here infrequently rises above 30 degrees, making it a well-liked situation for British visitors all the way through the colonial length.

Day 6 Maymyo Sightseeing


As of late have a full-day tour of the city's unique points of interest: the Chan Tak temple achieved in a traditional chinese model as it was once  based by using migrants from Yunnan, All Saint's Church constructed in 1912, and the 177 hectares of nationwide Kandawgyi Gardens, at the beginning modelled on Kew Gardens in London.

Day 7 Maymyo - Mandalay


Lately switch overland to Mandalay, Burma's 2nd city, passing via high-quality surroundings and panoramic viewpoints. Proceed with a seek advice from to Mingun and Royal metropolis with Kuthodaw Pagoda, the picket Shwenandaw Monastery. The highlight of at the moment is sundown view on Mandalay Hill.

Days 8 Mandalay Historical Capitals


On the second day we include a go back and forth out of town to the Ava and Sagaing, however if you want to have a free day in town to benefit from the purchasing and eating out alternatives then Mandalay is a superb position for this.

Day 09 Mandalay - Bagan


Today fly from Mandalay to Nyaung-U, the airport hub for the Bagan temples. Today we your full day is to explore the other temples of Bagan which consists of more than 2500 temples and pagodas. This archaeological site brings us to the scared history of ancient Bagan capital with the development of Buddhism. As we travel further into the land of temple spires, Gawdamgangyi, and Manuha, Kaweyai villages. We continue to visit the lacquarware factory in the afternoon.

Days 10 Bagan Heritages


Fly to Bagan in the morning. We will then pay a visit to the colorful Nyaung U Market and continue the day with visits to the most significant pagodas and temples of Bagan including Shwezigon Pagoda; the prototype for later Myanmar pagodas built by King Anawrahta, Kyansitha Umin; a tunnel with interesting paintings, Htilominlo Temple; noted for its plaster carvings and one of the largest temple of Bagan, Thatbyinnyu Temple; the highest building on the Bagan plain and Ananda temple, an architectural masterpiece resembling a Greek Cross.
After lunch, visit to one of Myanmar most treasured handicrafts, a lacquer-ware workshop.  Then continue to Manuha Temple; built in Mon style in 1059 and Nanpaya temple; a unique sandstone monument.  Next you will explore the Myingaba Gu Byaukgyi Temple; a temple noted worthy for its mural paintings of Jataka scenes under the protection of UNESCO and go to watch the sunset over the Shwesandaw Pagoda.

Day 11 Mount Popa


In case you are , on the 2nd day in Bagan we can include a trek to the summit of Mount Popa: mountain climbing Mount Popa brings you shut to some of Burma's most lovely wildlife, including unique vines and plant life, butterflies, gem-like beetles and monkeys too.

Day 12 Bagan - Pindaya


Today fly to Heho and switch to Pindaya across the Shan Plateau, which is the origin of most of Burma's valuable and semi-precious gemstones corresponding to sapphires and rubies. Pindaya is legendary for its fantastic limestone caves that reach into the hillside simply outside of Pindaya city. The caves are a Buddhist pilgrimage site and contain heaps of Buddha pictures and statues from more than a few different centuries in Burma. Keep one night time in Pindaya to permit exploration of the caves and the scenic setting.

Day 14 and 15: Inle Lake Sightseeing


Transfer overland to the brink of Lake Inle and board your personal personal boat to take you around the lake. Spend two days exploring the floating gardens that characterise lifestyles on the lake where contemporary vegetables together with tomatoes, avocadoes and radishes grow on the skin of the water. additionally seek advice from the local 5-day rotating market, crucial to the area people the place buying and selling of local produce takes situation.

Day 16 and 17: Inle Lake - Ngapali Beach


Take a flight from Heho to Thandwe airport, the transport hub for Ngapali seaside. Have two nights to relax on the white sandy shores of Ngapali, wander up and down the beachfront and sip from a freshly cut coconut in the solar, or eat a seafood dinner at one of the vital many incredible eating places alongside the coast. There are many improbable hotel options at Ngapali seashore for a marginally of luxury to your travel if you would like it too!

Day 17 Ngapali Beach - Yangon Metropolis Tour


Fly back to Yangon in the morning. lately tour the principle points of interest in Yangon including the majestic Shwedagon Pagoda, the busy Bogyoke Market, and stroll round downtown to peer one of the crucial remaining colonial architecture left in the back of from the length of British rule. Yangon is a modern city and so there are lots of opportunities for ultimate minute memento and gift buying too!

Day 18 Yangon Departure


switch from your resort to Yangon airport for onward flight.
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Thứ Năm, 17 tháng 10, 2013

Road to Mandalay cruise

Experience the enchanting sights, scents and sounds of the Ayeyarwady River with 3 to 14 nights cruises aboard the Road To Mandalay.

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CABINS


Accommodation in this graceful river cruiser seamlessly blends tradition comfort with complete luxury. Cabins are spacious, air conditioned and furnished with bright, airy fabrics.

Five cabin categories are available on Road To Mandalay. Features include a personal safe, telephone, satellite television, en-suite bathroom and shower amenities.

View our cabin configurations:

  • Governor's Suite

  • State Cabin

  • Deluxe Cabin

  • Superior Cabin

  • Single Cabin


RESTAURANT & BARS


On Road To Mandalay you'll find an enticing range of dishes, including Burmese, Thai, Indonesian, Indian and European specialities.

Early morning tea and coffee is available in your cabin on request, followed by a full breakfast. An extensive buffet-style lunch is served on the observation deck or in the restaurant.

Dinners are served in the restaurant and offer a choice of succulent dishes to cater to all tastes. Carefully selected wines are also available to complement your meal.

14 NIGHTS FROM RANGOON TO MANDALAY


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Day 1 Yangon


International arrivals in Rangoon. Transfer to ship moored in the heart of colonial 'Downtown' Yangon. Afternoon sight seeing and visit to the spectacular Shwedagon Pagoda for sunset.

Day 2 Irrawaddy Delta


Sail with the first tide up the Rangoon River and enter the Twante Canal, which connects the Yangon River with the Irrawaddy Delta. We stop on route at the Twante village to visit the potteries there, famed for their enormous water pots. Arrive Yandoon for evening walk in this delightful Delta town.

Day 3 Danupyu


Continue our exploration of Delta creeks and stop at Donabyu, another little known town with a busy port and bustling markets. In the First Anglo Burmese War of 1825 the Burmese general Maha-Bandoola was defeated here following a long and near disastrous campaign by the British. Moor overnight off Henzada.

Day 4 Manaugn and Tonbo


Sailing all day we stop to visit the markets and see old colonial buildings in the sleepy Delta town of Manaung and now enter the Irrawaddy River itself. We continue to moor for the night at Tonbo.

Day 5 Prome


Stop at the famous A Kauk Taung to explore the spectacular stone carving on the cliff. We reach Prome by early afternoon and travel by coach to the 5th-8th century archaeological site of Thiri-ya-kittiya, former centre of the Pyu civilization with a fascinating museum of early Buddhist artifacts and sculpture.

Day 6 Thayetmyo Frontier Post


This pleasant colonial town once guarded the border between Royal Myanmar and British Myanmar following the 2nd Anglo Myanma War of 1855. Many of the buildings including the covered market date from this period. Thayet also boasts the oldest golf course in Myanmar (1885). We visit the market, see the colonial houses and ride out by horse cart to the golf course, passing trough the former British botanical garden.

Day 7 MinhLa Forts


Minhla and Gwechaung - We visit the two Italian built forts constructed to keep the British at bay from Royal Myanmar. We climb the Gwechaung hill for the view. These were captured by the British in the 3rd Anglo Myanma War. The fight for the Minhla redoubt was the only serious action in the war and the death of a young subaltern inspired Kipling to write a poem.

Day 8 Magwe Gold Bricks


We ride Trishaws to reach the magnificent Myat-thalon Pagoda, constructed with solid gold bricks. Of interest are the many nat shrines and hermitages within the temple precincts.

Day 9 Sale


Here we visit the Yout-saun-kyaung monastery with its spectacular wood carvings; we also explore an area of splendid colonial-style houses and continue sailing upstream.

Day 10 Pagan


In the morning the ship will moor at Tan Chi Taung mountain and ascend by WWII jeep. In the afternoon, we tour a selection of the 3,000 listed monuments at this World Heritage Site, Pagan.

Day 11 Pagan - Theingone Monastery


Further explorations of Pagan. We cast off at lunchtime and proceed to the Ohn Ne Kyaung village to see the local life in this typical riverside community.

Day 12 Yandabo


This small rural village specialises in pot making. We visit the Pandaw School and the new dispensary both built with past donations from Pandaw passengers.

Day 13 Ava and Amarapura old Capitals


We explore these ancient capitals visiting the teak Bagaya Kyaung, Menu Ok-kyaung. We cross the famous U Bein Bridge to see the paintings in a temple and come back in sampan.

Day 14 Sagaing Hills and Mandalay


The true delight of Sagaing lies in its 1.000 hermitages and sanctuaries, rich in woodcarving and religious art. In the afternoon we tour central Mandalay visiting the Mahamuni Pagoda and Shwe-im-bin teak carved monastery. We see tapestry making and other traditional crafts.

Day 15 Mandalay


Disembark the ship between 8.00 am - 9.00 am at Shwe Kyet Yet Jetty, Mandalay.
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Burma in Brief

Burma in Brief is designed for travelers who want to get the experience of the highlights of Burma within a week. Although, this is a short trip, it still brings all the good views of Burma from the 4 famous destinations: Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake.

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Tour length: 7 days / 6 nights
Tour type: Luxury tour
Cities: Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Inle Lake
Price: Please contact us
Level: Easy
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Day 1 Arrive Yangon


Upon Arrival, our Burma Tours Asia’s guide and driver will welcome you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel in the city center. Check in hotel and then enjoy your very first visit to the most outstanding monument in Yangon to discover the symbol of Burma: Shwedagon Pagoda. This is a prominent historical site where you can enjoy panoramic view of the city and experience the local religion.
Enjoy your welcome dinner with cultural show at the Karaweik Palace restaurant.

Day 2 Yangon - Bagan by a short flight


Take a private transfer from hotel to airport for a morning flight to Bagan, the sacred land of Buddhism.
On arrival, get a pick up to hotel. Check in and prepare for a full day tour to the amazing temples and pagoda.
Bagan is located on the southern part of Irrawaddy river bank, Bagan occupy 16km2 with more than 2500 pagodas and ruins. The architecture and religious art vary from one to another, featuring the uniqueness of Myanmar with amazing beauty.
This day, we will venture into the heritages of Shwezigon, Gawdamgyi, Htilomino pagodas…
The highlight of today is hunting the sunset from the second highest temple the Shwenandaw.

Day 3 Bagan


Keep  going on spending your full day exploring the remainder of Bagan by some ox carts to the sites. This archaeological site brings us to the scared history of ancient Bagan capital with the development of Buddhism. As we travel further into the land of temple spires, Htilomino, Gawdamgangyi, Ananda and Shwezigon temples will attract your sense of curiosity with a profound impression. Enjoy a short cruise on the Irrawaddy river for the sunset.

Day 4 Bagan - Mandalay by a short flight


Breakfast a the hotel then we will take a short flight to the last capital of Myanmar, Mandalay City.
Our very first discovery of Mandalay starts from Amarapura, known as the former kingdom of Inwa. It is time to watch streams of monks queing for lunch and studying. Our visit will be followed with a stroll over Ubein Bridge, the longest teakwood bridge in Myanmar. Enjoy a manual boat ride on Maha Ganayon Kyaung lake.
fter lunch, we will discover the royal Mandalay vestiges and relics including imperial Palace, Golden Palace Monastery and Kuthodaw Pagoda also known as the world biggest book.
Climb up to the Mandalaya hill to enjoy the highlight of this day: it is the panoramic sunset from this hill then back to your hotel for your relaxation.

Day 5 Mandalay - Fly to Inle Lake - take a tour


Transfer to airport to take  a flight to Heho, along the way from airport, you will enjoy a scenic drive to Nyang Shwe  town from where you will embark on a beautiful boat trip to explore the life of Intha people whose image exposes vividly through one leg rower.  Spend our time to know about local traditional work such as making boat, black smith, silk weaving and enjoy the uniqueness of Jumping Cat pagoda. Back to your resort in the late afternoon.

Day 6 Inle Lake Boat trip and trekking tour


From  your resort, we will visit one of the most unique market on Inle lake by boat which happens 5 days in different villages in Inlayarea : the Indein market. This is a really good time to behold the scene of Pa-O, Padang tribes in their traditional dresses.
Our guide will offer you some visit to local habitat of Pa-O people in Indein.
Come back to your resort for an awesome sunset time.

Day 7 Inle Lake - Fly to Yangon - Departure


Free and easy in the morning in the middle of the lake. boat trip back to the town and transfer to airport for  the flight to Yangon in the afternoon. There you can take a  flight for your next destinations.
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The Beauty of Bagan

The Beauty of Bagan, focusing on the awe-inspiring temple complex of Bagan, suits travelers with limited time in Burma. It features one of Southeast Asia's most impressive sites, private touring with your own guide and driver, and accommodation at luxury hotels.
Starting from Yangon-the former capital of Burma. Right after your arrival, with your private guide will lead us to discover the Shwedagon Pagoda, a 300-foot tall golden Buddhist reliquary and the city's most spectacular landmark. Next day, we will take a flight to unforgettable, awe-inspiring Bagan, where thousands of pagodas and temples stretch from the Ayeyarwady River bank out across miles of arid plains. Spend three days touring the structures, built between the 11th and 13th centuries when Bagan was a major Buddhist center of Southeast Asia, and learn about the history carved in their layered facades, painted in their interior frescoes and sculpted in their Buddhist statues. Enjoy the trip with us to clear more about the beauty of Bagan.

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Tour length: 6 days / 5 nights
Tour type: Luxury tour
Cities: Yangon, Bagan
Price: Please contact us
Level: Easy
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Day 1 Arrive Yangon


Upon Arrival, our Burma Tours Asia's guide and driver will welcome you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel in the city center. Check in hotel and then enjoy your very first visit to the most outstanding monument in Yangon to discover the symbol of Burma: Shwedagon Pagoda. This is a prominent historical site where you can enjoy panoramic view of the city and experience the local religion.
Enjoy your welcome dinner with cultural show at the Karaweik Palace restaurant.

Day 2 Yangon - Bagan by flight


Take a private transfer from hotel to airport for a morning flight to Bagan, the sacred land of Buddhism.
On arrival, get a pick up to hotel. Check in and prepare for a full day tour to the amazing temples and pagoda.
Bagan is located on the southern part of Irrawaddy river bank, Bagan occupy 16km2 with more than 2500 pagodas and ruins. The architecture and religious art vary from one to another, featuring the uniqueness of Myanmar with amazing beauty.
This day, we will venture into the heritages of Shwezigon, Gawdamgyi, Htilomino pagodas…

Day 3 Discover the beauty of Bagan


Keep  going on spending your full day exploring the remainder of Bagan. This archaeological site brings us to the scared history of ancient Bagan capital with the development of Buddhism. As we travel further into the land of temple spires, Htilomino, Gawdamgangyi, Ananda and Shwezigon temples will attract your sense of curiosity with a profound impression. The highlight of today is hunting the sunset from the second highest temple the Shwenandaw.

Day 4 Bagan - Mt Popa - Bagan


Today, we will drive out of Bagan to discover the  national park where Mt. Popa is located. After 2 hours driving, we will climb up 777 steps to Papa Kalat pagoda, the most sacred place for meditation in Myanmar. Enjoy your lunch by Mt. Popa resort with panoramic view of the area.
Return to Bagan for a haunted sunset cruise along the Irrawaddy River. and transfer back to you hotel by the late evening.

Day 5 Bagan - Yangon by flight


Free at your hotel to relax till transfer to airport for your flight back to Yangon.
Upon arrival, get a pick up to your hotel. Enjoy your last minute in this city for other highlights to Sule Pagoda, wander around the colonial town and  then free to find your souvenirs in Scott Market.

Day 6 Depart Yangon


Private airport transfer for your flight home.

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Best beach of Burma

One of the best beach of Burma is Ngapali, Its location is on the country's west coast in Rakhine State. The sand beach is white and powdery, lined with coconut palms. The weather is so nice with full of sunshine, the water is generally calm and good for swimming and sunbathing.
Looking for the local food in this area? There are plenty of quality seafood restaurants and cocktail bars although Ngapali is still quiet and relatively undeveloped.
After 55 minute flight from Yangon, it will take you to Thandwe airport and allow you a chance for true relaxation after extensive touring in Burma. Contact us to extend your trip to one of the best beach of Burma

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Tour length: 4 days / 3 nights
Tour type: Luxury tour
Cities: Yangon, Ngapali beach
Price: Please contact us
Level: Easy
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Day 1 Yangon - fly to Thandwe


Pick you up at your hotel and transfer to airport for a flight to Thandwe, the city of Ngapali beach. On arrival, get a transfer to your resort and check in.
We leave these few days at leisure for your own management and enjoy your time at the beach or simply be lazy at your resort.

Day 2 Ngapali Beach free at leisure


Free time at your own leisure and enjoy comfortable services at your lodging.

Day 3 Ngapali Beach free at leisure


Free time at your own leisure and enjoy comfortable services at your lodging.

Day 4 Thandwe - Yangon


Enjoy your  breakfast at your luxury resort and transfer to Thandwe airport for your flight back to Yangon
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Burma in style

Uncover an enigmatic and deeply spiritual Burma - Myanmar as you will  take a journey through one of Southeast Asia’s most complex and least visited countries. Traveling to Burma in style, you will be put up in some of the best and elegant hotels unrivaled in services and thoughts.
Beginning from Yangon, you will be ready to observe the differences between this Burmese city with other contemporary Asian cities. With relatively few modern structures and ample gardens and lakes dotting the city landscape, Yangon retains its distinctive heritage of British, Burmese Indian and Chinese influences. Be aware of the renowned Shwedagon Pagoda, it is famous for its golden dome that has since become the symbol for architecture of Burma and continues to dominate the city skyline today. Enjoy your time to wander in the oriental bazaars to hunt for interesting Burmese handicrafts.

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Tour length: 7 days / 6 nights
Tour type: Luxury tour
Cities: Yangon, Inle Lake, Bagan
Price: Please contact us
Level: Easy
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Day 1 Yangon arrival


On arrival at the Yangon airport, you will be welcomed by our Burma Tour Asia's  tour guide and transfer to your hotel for check in and a chance to freshen up and relax.
Depending on your arrival time, we recommend having lunch at Monsoon restaurant for delicious, freshly prepared Myanmar cuisine.
You will visit the colonial city center, with its many cultural delights. Travel past faded colonial buildings, busy street markets, and glittering temples. End your tour at the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Although the origins of the pagoda are unclear, the local legend states that the original structure was built 2500 years ago then renovated several times until taking its current shape in the 15th century. The 8-sided central stupa is 99 meters tall and gilded with gold leaf and is surrounded by 64 smaller stupas. You guide will lead you around to gain more information about the pagoda as well as the Burmese culture.  Enjoy breathtaking views of the golden stupa from this vantage point.
Enjoy a welcome dinner with a traditional Dancing Show at Karaweik Palace restaurant.
Overnight in Yangon

Day 2 Yangon - Heho - Inle Lake by flight


This morning, transfer to Yangon Airport for your flight to Heho.  Here you will enjoy a one-hour scenic drive to Nyaung Shwe, the gateway village to the lovely Inle Lake.
A private local motorboat will escort you to your luxurious hotel for check in.  Along the way, pass stilted villages, the  one leg-rowing Intha fishermen, and floating gardens anchored to the lake’s bottom with bamboo poles.
Check in to your hotel, a resort nestled near the lake’s shores. Your stilted bungalow offers spectacular views from the balconies.
After freshening up, a private boat will take you out on the lake to visit and discover the local traditional work such as making boat, black smith, silk weaving and enjoy the uniqueness of Jumping Cat pagoda.
If time permits, we will stop for a coffee break (your own' account)  at Inthar Heritage House. Not only are the cakes and coffees delicious, but the house also has a superb display of information about traditional Inthar culture and history.
Return to your hotel in time for sunset. This evening enjoy a traditional Shan Style dinner at hotel, served on lacquer plates.
Overnight on Inle Lake

Day 3 Inle lake - boat trip to Indein


Option: should you wish to wake up early, we will visit the lake’s morning market on our way to Indein. The market rotates location on a 5-day basis and is a colourful spectacle with vendors gathering from the villages around the lake to buy and sell their wares.
This morning, enjoy a relaxing boat trip along a small canal to the Pa-oh village of Indein.  Explore the area on foot, strolling around the village, visiting a local school, and wander through the beautiful Alaung Sitthou area.  Alaung Sitthou is filled with picturesque ancient stupas and has magnificent views of the lake below.
Lunch today is a highlight of many people’s visit to Inle Lake. We’ll stop at a village for a private lunch at an Intha house. Enjoy traditional Inthar dishes as you sit on cushions around a low table, a unique chance to learn about and experience Inthar culture firsthand.
Return by boat to the hotel for a relaxing afternoon at your resort.
Overnight on Inle Lake

Day 4  Inle - Nyaung Shwe - Bagan by a short flight


Enjoy your breakfast at resort, check out of your hotel and transfer by boat back to the town of Nyaung Shwe. We’ll visit the local monasteries and nunneries as well as the colourful morning market where dozens of stalls are set up selling flowers, products and other goods.
Enjoy lunch at Viewpoint Restaurant, widely regarded as the best Shan food in Myanmar.
Then take a 40 minutes by car again back to  Heho Airport  for a short  flight to Bagan. Upon arrival, meet our tour guide and driver and transfer to your hotel and enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure.
Overnight in Bagan

Day 5  Bagan Tour


Starting to discover this temples land by a visit to the Nyaung U Market where dozens of vendors come to sell their fresh produce and products.  The market is at its busiest early in the morning as the locals come to do their shopping. This is a great opportunity to observe the daily lifestyle of the friendly locals. Then continue to the glittering Shwezigon Pagoda that is not really far away from the market, a prototype of later Myanmar stupas.
Next to Wetkyi-In Gubyaukgyi, a cave temple with exquisite jatakas mural paintings.  Continue to the elegant Htilominlo Temple, noted for its fine plaster carvings and glazed sandstone decorations.
Take a break midday to escape the heat and enjoy lunch at your leisure.
This afternoon visit the New Bagan area and one of its many lacquer-ware workshops.  Observing the whole procedure traditional technique of making these handcrafted products . The process takes incredible skill and patience and Bagan’s craftsmen are well renowned for their fantastic lacquer products.
In the afternoon, get on a boat trip along the Irrawaddy river. Enjoy a cocktail and a stunning view of Bagan while cruising.
The remainder of this evening is at your leisure.
Overnight in Bagan

Day 6 Bagan - Yangon by a flight


Today, we keep going on sightseeing at Ananda temple, an architectural masterpiece of the early-style temple.  Nearby, Ananda Okkyaung is one of the few surviving brick monasteries from the early Bagan period.
and take a horse carriage to travel among the temples starting at Ananda and passing dozens of monuments. Stop as you wish to take photos or explore hidden temples. The slower pace of the horse cart is a relaxing way to see the wonders of Bagan from a different perspective.
After lunch at your leisure, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Yangon. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel.
Overnight in Yangon.

Day 7  Yangon departure


This morning head to Bogyoke Market, also referred to as Scott Market, for its colonial architecture and inner cobblestone streets. Browse the aisles of handmade goods, looking for the perfect souvenir of your Myanmar holiday. (note: Closed on Mondays and public holidays)
The remainder of today is at your leisure for additional sight seeing or shopping before transferring to the airport for your onward flight.
Enjoy your Myanmar Tours