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Bago Day Tour

After breakfast at hotel, your guide will meet you at your hotel and drive to Bago. (80 km, one hours driving) One the way, we visit to Htaukkyant War Cemetery. Then continue drive to Bago. The City was an ancient capital of Mon Kingdom in 15th century and enjoy the Bago sightseeing. First visit to Kyaikkhat Wyne Monestery for offering food to thousand monks and visit Bago Market. Lunch at restaurant . After lunch, visit to Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha (55 meters long), Shwemawdaw Pagoda, 28 meter high huge Buddha Image of Kyaikpun Pagoda. Then visit to Kanbawzathardi Palace of King Bayinnaung. Transfer Back to Yangon and transfer back to your hotel.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  1. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  1. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  2. Drinking water and towel during excursion
01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 152$ 96$ 84$ 68$ 74$ 66$ 60

Bagan Day Tour

Pick up from your hotel and depart for Bagan sightseeing excursion around the Bagan Archaeological Zone World Heritage Area. A comprehensive exploration of Bagan includes NyaungOo market; Shwezigon Pagoda, the prototype of later Myanmar stupas; KyansitthaUmin; Wet-kyi-inn Gubyaukgyi Temple with exquisite mural painting of 13th century and Htilominlo Temple. In the afternoon, after a visit to lacquer ware workshops; continue to Manuha Temple built by exile King Manuha; Nanphaya, said to have been the residence of King Manuha; Ananda Temple, architectural masterpiece and Oak-Kyaung monastery decorated with multi colour mural paintings. Enjoy the breathtaking sunset from one of the temple of Bagan. After that trasnfer back to your hotel.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  1. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  1. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  2. Drinking water and towel during excursion
01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 141$ 103$ 93$ 84$ 83$ 78$ 76

Amarapura –Ava and Saggaing Day Tour

You are picked up by our company’s Tour Guide and drive to Amarapura where you will visit Mahagandayon Monastery and watch as a thousand monks take their last meal of the day at 10am in total silence. Then take a leisurely walk across U Bein, a 200 year old curved wooden bridge with beautiful views out over the lake and a superb destination for photography. Afterwards, take a walk to a nearby village to see the local’s process of dying silk and then visit a local silk weaving shop where you will learn how the Burmese silk weaving industry makes its fine cloth.

And then head to Ava (also caleld Innwa), by crossing a small river by boat and taking a horse-cart. Once there, you will visit the Maha Aungmyaybonsan Monastery, and the Nanmyint Tower, known as the “leaning tower of Ava”, before heading to Bargayar monastery.

Proceed on to Sagaing Hill, which is famous for being covered with about 600 white-washed pagodas and monasteries. The Hill is famous for Buddhism and meditation, a home to over 3000-monks and 100-meditation centers. You will go to visit Soon-Oo-Pon-Nya-Shin & U-Min-Thonw-Sae Pagodas while taking in the setting sun over the below plains. . From the hill you can enjoy the overlooking view of the Mandalay city, the beautiful Ayeyarwaddy River and Kaungmudaw Pagoda. After that drive back to Mandalay and transfer to your hotel. Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:
1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
3. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
4. Ava Horse cart fees
5. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
6. Drinking water and towel during excursion

01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 144$ 90$ 75$ 63$ 62$ 59$ 53

Inle-Indein Day Tour

Pick up from your hotel, your guide will meet you at your hotel and visit Thaung Tho floating market which is a 5day rotation market most fascinating to watch the daily life of the minorities and their activities. Continue our excursion by motorized boat to Indein, a small village on the western bank of Inle Lake. To get there you pass through a channel, one of the prettiest boat rides on the lake. You can visit some of the village houses to see their day to day lives. It takes about 30 minutes to walk up the hill of Indein Pagoda complex, as you pass through the bamboo forest where you will see the ruined temples under renovation. Return the way you came, by boat, and once again enjoy the picturesque ride. On your way back you will stop along the way to learn and witness some of the local’s distinct handicrafts of lotus weaving, cigar rolling, blacksmithing and silverwares.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
Sightseeing with private boat
Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
Drinking water and towel during excursion

01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 135$ 82$ 65$ 57$ 54$ 50$ 45

Kakku Day Tour

Your adventure begins in the morning after breakfast, when your guide, local Pa-Oh assistant and driver will greet you at your hotel. Set off from the low-lying lands at Inle Lake toward Taunggyi, then head into the rolling hills toward the east of the lake. The drive is spectacular, crossing over the railway line and through small villages inhabited to the Pa-Oh people. This area was closed to visitors for many years and even now only a few intrepid tourists make their way through here.

After two hours you’ll arrive at Kakku. The first view of Kakku is breathtaking: there are more than 5200 individual stupas, some of which are 20 metres high, and several Buddha images scattered throughout. There are no clear facts about the history of the stupas but most date back to the 11th-13th century, the same period when Bagan was thriving. Wander throughout the temples, taking your time to enjoy the wonder and awe of this site and discover the intricate carvings and details on the structures.

 

In addition to visiting the temples, your knowledgeable Pa-Oh guide will introduce you to the customs and lives of the people as you stop to visit nearby villages.

Afterwards we will have lunch at a local restaurant near Kakku train station and then resume our drive back to Inle Lake. Meals included: Lunch

 

Our services include:

  • English-speaking guide
  • Private vehicle for drive Nyaung Shwe – Kakku – Nyaung Shwe
  • Local Pa Oh guide (compulsory)
  • 1 lunch at a local restaurant
  • Entrance fees for the visits Kakku: Zone fees
  • Water and refreshing towel

 

Our services do not include:

  • Inle Lake Zone Fee
  • Meals other than mentioned
  • Drinks and personal expenses
  • Any other items not mentioned
01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 190$ 110$ 97$ 97$ 80$ 72$ 64

Golden Rock (Kyaikhtiyo) Day Tour

Early morning about 0500 AM pick up from your hotel drive to Kyaikhtiyo, 160 km down south of Yangon to visit Golden Rock a small Pagoda, insignificant in size but unique in its position. The small stupa sits on top of a massive rock which is completely covered with gold leaf and delicately balanced on the edge of the cliff. Upon arrival at base camp, leave your private car and proceed to the next camp, called Yathetaung, by special open truck, about an hour’s mountain drive. Take a light trek to the summit or you may sit on the easy-chair (own expense) carried by four men.

Stop by at the roadside shops to view some unusual products that come from the jungle. After that return back to base camp and drive back to Yangon.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  • Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  • Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  • All transfers and sightseeing with private air-conditioned vehicles with drivers
  • Uphill / downhill open light truck (sharing) at Golden Rock
  • Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  • Drinking water and towel during excursion

Mandalay Day Tour

Pick up from your hotel and drive to ancient capital of Amarapura, the city of Immortality for a visit to Bagaya Monastery with a famous collection of Buddha images; weaving industries, two-century old U-Bein teak bridge on the Taungtaman Lake and observe the lunch process of thousand of monks who take their last meal of the day at 10:00 am in total silence. After that you will take a sightseeing tour of Mandalay which includes Mahanumi, a life like Buddha image. Mandalay is the last capital of Myanmar and that make her to be the best place to see all the traditional arts and crafts. Start visiting gold leaf making work-place and see how the gold leaf is being made by hand in a traditional way. Continue visit the Old Palace grounds; Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book for its 729 marble slabs inscribed with the Buddha’s Doctrine; Golden Palace Monastery, noted for its exquisite wood carvings and enjoy the panoramic view of the city from Mandalay Hill. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Meals included:  Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  1. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  1. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  2. Drinking water and towel during excursion

Mingun-Innwa Day Tour

Pick up from your hotel and you will be transferred for Jetty for a private boat across the river Ayeywarwaddy to visit Mingun. The dedications of King Bodawpaya such as the unfinished Pathodawgyi Pagoda a brick counterpart of pyramid in Egypt and the Mingun Bell, the second largest bell in the world are the most prominent religious heritages. Then visiting the Myatheintan Pagoda, the best representation of the Universe, will refresh your tiredness and fatigue. After lunch, drive to Ava, 30-minute to the south of Mandalay, was known in the west as the Kingdom of Ava. Stop by a tributary and cross it with a ferry. Travel by pony-cart around Ava to Nanmyint leaning tower which gives a birds’ eye view of the mighty Ayeyarwaddy River; Bagaya wooden monastery; Aungmyaybonza Monastery made of brick and stucco. Though the Royal Palace has gone, the Pagodas, Temples and Monasteries still remain. Return drive to Mandalay and see the silversmith work place on our way back to hotel. Transfer back to your hotel.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  3. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  4. Mingun boat fees and Innwa pony cart fees
  5. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  6. Drinking water and towel during excursion

Poppa Day Tour

Pick up from your hotel and drive to Mt.Popa, an extinct volcano known as the abode of the legendary nats (naughty spirits!); a one hour drive. Here a temple complex sits perched atop the summit where, for the energetic, there is time to climb the 777 steps to the top of the hill or, for the less energetic, an opportunity to join the local pilgrims and participate in the festivities at the base. Mt.Popa is a natural place to learn about the nat, or spirit, as people traditionally believe that the custom of nat worship started here and it is still practiced here as although Myanmar is a Buddhist country they also practice spirit worship in the belief that it will bring about prosperity. Depart Mt.Popa return to Bagan and proceed to your hotel.

Meals Included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at Poppa Mountain Resort with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  3. Sightseeing with private boat
  4. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  5. Drinking water and towel during excursion

Pyin Oo Lwin Day Tour

Pick up from your hotel and set off on a 1½-hr drive to Pyin U Lwin (formerly known as Maymyo, named after Colonel May, a veteran of the Indian Mutiny and commander of the Bengal Regiment temporarily stationed here in 1887). Located a good 1000m above sea level, this former British hill station is home to a range of red-brick colonial buildings, and also famous for its delicious coffee. While ascending into the Shan mountains towards this old colonial holiday spot, make sure to stop to enjoy the picturesque views and visit a local vendor selling fresh strawberries and jams. When you arrive you will have the chance to explore the area with its local market and cafes downtown, before continuing on to the nearby Botanical Gardens, founded in 1915 by a British botanist, which cover an area of more than 170 acres of land and 70 acres of water. Stop to have lunch in the garden at December Farms. Make sure to try one of their delicious homemade yogurts, ice creams or milkshake for dessert. After lunch, you will also have the option of riding in a horse-drawn cart to the Thiri Myaing, formerly known as the Candacraig, a beautiful colonial mansion which was built in 1904 by the British Bombay Burma Timber Company for their expatriates. Return back to Mandalay in the early evening. And transfer to your hotel.

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  3. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  4. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  5. Drinking water and towel during excursion

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Yangon-today was only a small fishing-village until and after the Alaungpaya’s, the founder of first Myanmar Empire, conquest in 1752. Then the place was christened as Yangon which means “the end of strife.” It was not yet a trading center during the time Myanmar Kings. But, it was well-known as a site of religiously significance along with the presence of Shwedagaon Pagoda, the landmark of Yangon.

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The most renowned capital was founded in 1044 A.D by the King Anawrahta. There you see over 2000 religious monuments dotted on a flat plain measuring 40 sq km. All these centuries’ old edifices are the testimony relating how grand the glorious Myanmar Kings in the days of yore!! Bagan is a pride and something to be proud of to every Myanmar.

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After breakfast at hotel, your guide will meet you at your hotel and drive to Bago. (80 km, one hours driving) One the way, we visit to Htaukkyant War Cemetery. Then continue drive to Bago. The City was an ancient capital of Mon Kingdom in 15th century and enjoy the Bago sightseeing. First visit to Kyaikkhat Wyne Monestery for offering food to thousand monks and visit Bago Market. Lunch at restaurant . After lunch, visit to Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha (55 meters long), Shwemawdaw Pagoda, 28 meter high huge Buddha Image of Kyaikpun Pagoda. Then visit to Kanbawzathardi Palace of King Bayinnaung. Transfer Back to Yangon and transfer back to your hotel.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  1. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  1. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  2. Drinking water and towel during excursion
01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 152$ 96$ 84$ 68$ 74$ 66$ 60

Pick up from your hotel and depart for Bagan sightseeing excursion around the Bagan Archaeological Zone World Heritage Area. A comprehensive exploration of Bagan includes NyaungOo market; Shwezigon Pagoda, the prototype of later Myanmar stupas; KyansitthaUmin; Wet-kyi-inn Gubyaukgyi Temple with exquisite mural painting of 13th century and Htilominlo Temple. In the afternoon, after a visit to lacquer ware workshops; continue to Manuha Temple built by exile King Manuha; Nanphaya, said to have been the residence of King Manuha; Ananda Temple, architectural masterpiece and Oak-Kyaung monastery decorated with multi colour mural paintings. Enjoy the breathtaking sunset from one of the temple of Bagan. After that trasnfer back to your hotel.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  1. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  1. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  2. Drinking water and towel during excursion
01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 141$ 103$ 93$ 84$ 83$ 78$ 76

You are picked up by our company’s Tour Guide and drive to Amarapura where you will visit Mahagandayon Monastery and watch as a thousand monks take their last meal of the day at 10am in total silence. Then take a leisurely walk across U Bein, a 200 year old curved wooden bridge with beautiful views out over the lake and a superb destination for photography. Afterwards, take a walk to a nearby village to see the local’s process of dying silk and then visit a local silk weaving shop where you will learn how the Burmese silk weaving industry makes its fine cloth.

And then head to Ava (also caleld Innwa), by crossing a small river by boat and taking a horse-cart. Once there, you will visit the Maha Aungmyaybonsan Monastery, and the Nanmyint Tower, known as the “leaning tower of Ava”, before heading to Bargayar monastery.

Proceed on to Sagaing Hill, which is famous for being covered with about 600 white-washed pagodas and monasteries. The Hill is famous for Buddhism and meditation, a home to over 3000-monks and 100-meditation centers. You will go to visit Soon-Oo-Pon-Nya-Shin & U-Min-Thonw-Sae Pagodas while taking in the setting sun over the below plains. . From the hill you can enjoy the overlooking view of the Mandalay city, the beautiful Ayeyarwaddy River and Kaungmudaw Pagoda. After that drive back to Mandalay and transfer to your hotel. Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:
1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
3. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
4. Ava Horse cart fees
5. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
6. Drinking water and towel during excursion

01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 144$ 90$ 75$ 63$ 62$ 59$ 53

Pick up from your hotel, your guide will meet you at your hotel and visit Thaung Tho floating market which is a 5day rotation market most fascinating to watch the daily life of the minorities and their activities. Continue our excursion by motorized boat to Indein, a small village on the western bank of Inle Lake. To get there you pass through a channel, one of the prettiest boat rides on the lake. You can visit some of the village houses to see their day to day lives. It takes about 30 minutes to walk up the hill of Indein Pagoda complex, as you pass through the bamboo forest where you will see the ruined temples under renovation. Return the way you came, by boat, and once again enjoy the picturesque ride. On your way back you will stop along the way to learn and witness some of the local’s distinct handicrafts of lotus weaving, cigar rolling, blacksmithing and silverwares.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
Sightseeing with private boat
Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
Drinking water and towel during excursion

01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 135$ 82$ 65$ 57$ 54$ 50$ 45

Your adventure begins in the morning after breakfast, when your guide, local Pa-Oh assistant and driver will greet you at your hotel. Set off from the low-lying lands at Inle Lake toward Taunggyi, then head into the rolling hills toward the east of the lake. The drive is spectacular, crossing over the railway line and through small villages inhabited to the Pa-Oh people. This area was closed to visitors for many years and even now only a few intrepid tourists make their way through here.

After two hours you’ll arrive at Kakku. The first view of Kakku is breathtaking: there are more than 5200 individual stupas, some of which are 20 metres high, and several Buddha images scattered throughout. There are no clear facts about the history of the stupas but most date back to the 11th-13th century, the same period when Bagan was thriving. Wander throughout the temples, taking your time to enjoy the wonder and awe of this site and discover the intricate carvings and details on the structures.

 

In addition to visiting the temples, your knowledgeable Pa-Oh guide will introduce you to the customs and lives of the people as you stop to visit nearby villages.

Afterwards we will have lunch at a local restaurant near Kakku train station and then resume our drive back to Inle Lake. Meals included: Lunch

 

Our services include:

  • English-speaking guide
  • Private vehicle for drive Nyaung Shwe – Kakku – Nyaung Shwe
  • Local Pa Oh guide (compulsory)
  • 1 lunch at a local restaurant
  • Entrance fees for the visits Kakku: Zone fees
  • Water and refreshing towel

 

Our services do not include:

  • Inle Lake Zone Fee
  • Meals other than mentioned
  • Drinks and personal expenses
  • Any other items not mentioned
01 Pax02 Pax3-4 Pax5-6 Pax7-10 Pax10-15 Pax16-20 Pax
$ 190$ 110$ 97$ 97$ 80$ 72$ 64

Early morning about 0500 AM pick up from your hotel drive to Kyaikhtiyo, 160 km down south of Yangon to visit Golden Rock a small Pagoda, insignificant in size but unique in its position. The small stupa sits on top of a massive rock which is completely covered with gold leaf and delicately balanced on the edge of the cliff. Upon arrival at base camp, leave your private car and proceed to the next camp, called Yathetaung, by special open truck, about an hour’s mountain drive. Take a light trek to the summit or you may sit on the easy-chair (own expense) carried by four men.

Stop by at the roadside shops to view some unusual products that come from the jungle. After that return back to base camp and drive back to Yangon.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  • Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  • Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  • All transfers and sightseeing with private air-conditioned vehicles with drivers
  • Uphill / downhill open light truck (sharing) at Golden Rock
  • Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  • Drinking water and towel during excursion

Pick up from your hotel and drive to ancient capital of Amarapura, the city of Immortality for a visit to Bagaya Monastery with a famous collection of Buddha images; weaving industries, two-century old U-Bein teak bridge on the Taungtaman Lake and observe the lunch process of thousand of monks who take their last meal of the day at 10:00 am in total silence. After that you will take a sightseeing tour of Mandalay which includes Mahanumi, a life like Buddha image. Mandalay is the last capital of Myanmar and that make her to be the best place to see all the traditional arts and crafts. Start visiting gold leaf making work-place and see how the gold leaf is being made by hand in a traditional way. Continue visit the Old Palace grounds; Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book for its 729 marble slabs inscribed with the Buddha’s Doctrine; Golden Palace Monastery, noted for its exquisite wood carvings and enjoy the panoramic view of the city from Mandalay Hill. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Meals included:  Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  1. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  1. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  2. Drinking water and towel during excursion

Pick up from your hotel and you will be transferred for Jetty for a private boat across the river Ayeywarwaddy to visit Mingun. The dedications of King Bodawpaya such as the unfinished Pathodawgyi Pagoda a brick counterpart of pyramid in Egypt and the Mingun Bell, the second largest bell in the world are the most prominent religious heritages. Then visiting the Myatheintan Pagoda, the best representation of the Universe, will refresh your tiredness and fatigue. After lunch, drive to Ava, 30-minute to the south of Mandalay, was known in the west as the Kingdom of Ava. Stop by a tributary and cross it with a ferry. Travel by pony-cart around Ava to Nanmyint leaning tower which gives a birds’ eye view of the mighty Ayeyarwaddy River; Bagaya wooden monastery; Aungmyaybonza Monastery made of brick and stucco. Though the Royal Palace has gone, the Pagodas, Temples and Monasteries still remain. Return drive to Mandalay and see the silversmith work place on our way back to hotel. Transfer back to your hotel.

Meals included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  3. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  4. Mingun boat fees and Innwa pony cart fees
  5. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  6. Drinking water and towel during excursion

Pick up from your hotel and drive to Mt.Popa, an extinct volcano known as the abode of the legendary nats (naughty spirits!); a one hour drive. Here a temple complex sits perched atop the summit where, for the energetic, there is time to climb the 777 steps to the top of the hill or, for the less energetic, an opportunity to join the local pilgrims and participate in the festivities at the base. Mt.Popa is a natural place to learn about the nat, or spirit, as people traditionally believe that the custom of nat worship started here and it is still practiced here as although Myanmar is a Buddhist country they also practice spirit worship in the belief that it will bring about prosperity. Depart Mt.Popa return to Bagan and proceed to your hotel.

Meals Included: Lunch

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at Poppa Mountain Resort with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  3. Sightseeing with private boat
  4. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  5. Drinking water and towel during excursion

Pick up from your hotel and set off on a 1½-hr drive to Pyin U Lwin (formerly known as Maymyo, named after Colonel May, a veteran of the Indian Mutiny and commander of the Bengal Regiment temporarily stationed here in 1887). Located a good 1000m above sea level, this former British hill station is home to a range of red-brick colonial buildings, and also famous for its delicious coffee. While ascending into the Shan mountains towards this old colonial holiday spot, make sure to stop to enjoy the picturesque views and visit a local vendor selling fresh strawberries and jams. When you arrive you will have the chance to explore the area with its local market and cafes downtown, before continuing on to the nearby Botanical Gardens, founded in 1915 by a British botanist, which cover an area of more than 170 acres of land and 70 acres of water. Stop to have lunch in the garden at December Farms. Make sure to try one of their delicious homemade yogurts, ice creams or milkshake for dessert. After lunch, you will also have the option of riding in a horse-drawn cart to the Thiri Myaing, formerly known as the Candacraig, a beautiful colonial mansion which was built in 1904 by the British Bombay Burma Timber Company for their expatriates. Return back to Mandalay in the early evening. And transfer to your hotel.

Princes Include:

  1. Lunch at local restaurant with standard menu
  2. Sightseeing with English speaking local tour guide
  3. Sightseeing by private air-con vehicle with drivers, as mentioned in program
  4. Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  5. Drinking water and towel during excursion