Tour Code: TGZ-03

Itinerary:   06 Days / 05 Nights Tours
Destination:   Yangon – Bagan – Yangon

From time immemorial to Tagaung Era and onward to Bagan Era and to this day River Irrawaddy flows. Flourishing with treasures, vegetations and most importantly the people, among the livings. Cultures grow, generation to generation, civilizations to civilizations. Paying Homage to this ancient city, a Jewel of Irrawaddy is also embracing the beauty and passing of a people.

TGZ – 03               Bagan Brief

Day 1:

Arrival Yangon by morning.
Welcoming at the airport and transfer to hotel. Sightseeing the highlights of Yangon. Shwedagon Pagoda and National Museum will give a brief image of Myanmar.
Overnight at Yangon.

Day 2:

Yangon to Bagan by morning flight.
Welcoming at Bagan Airport and transfer to hotel. On the way to hotel sightseeing at Nyaung-Oo Market, Shwe-zi-gon Pagoda, an exquisite feature of Myanmar stupa built on sandstones; Kyan-sit-thar U-min, a tunnel with fine intricate paintings; Wet-kyi-in Gu-byuk-kyi Temple with ancient mural paintings of Jartaka scenes. Check in and refreshment at hotel. Continue sightseeing Archeological Museum; Ananda Temple, a temple of massive and finest brick works. That-byin-nyu Temple, rising to a height of 201 feet above the ground overlooking other monuments around; Bu-pa-ya close to Ayeyarwaddy river and a fine place to enjoy sunset view.
Overnight at Bagan.

Day 3:

After breakfast, set out a 45 minutes drive to Mount Popa, Oasis of the dry zone. Observe the Myanmar traditional pilgrimage spot at the base of Popa Taung-ka-lat : hut-shops-mall where local produce are displayed, food stalls and religious paraphernalia. It is kaleidoscopic view of Myanmar cultural images in display. Faith of Buddhism as emerged along with local deities, believed to be protectors of Buddhism and of course the worshippers. The place is very colorful, highly animated and distinctly Burmese. To visit palm tree farm of local village, on the way back to Bagan. Continue sightseeing at Bagan. Law-ka-nan-da Temple and Lacquer ware shop.
Overnight at Bagan.

Day 4:

After breakfast, set out to Sa-lay, a small town about 15km south of Bagan. Sa-lay stands out above typical Myanmar towns for some rare cultural heritages which draw interests. Yoke-son Monastery, where extensive wooden relief from Bagan era and post Bagan periods are surviving. Ley-thar Kyaung. Mammoth Buddha Image made of lacquer ware. Return back to Bagan at late afternoon.
Overnight at Bagan.

Day 5:

After breakfast sightseeing around Kawthaung. Transfer to jetty.
Kawthaung to Ranong by ferry boat.
Transfer to Ranong Airport or high-way bus terminal.

Day 6:

Bagan to Yangon by morning flight. Welcoming at airport and transfer to the hotel. Sightseeing for the afternoon at Yangon: Su-le Pagoda, visit the down town (Old Colonial Buildings). In the evening, visit Karaweik Palace Hall at Kandawgyi Garden and visit around Kandawgyi Garden. After then strolling around China Town.
Overnight at Yangon.