Day 01 : Singapore - Yangon (Dinner)
Upon arrival, a warm welcome by our local guide at the arrival hall, we will then head over to Chinatown. Yangon’s Chinatown is home to Kheng Hock Chinese Temple, the largest and oldest temple to the Chinese sea-goddess Mazu in Yangon and attracts mostly Hokkien and Hakka worshippers; Chinatown Night Bazaar and clan organizations. We will spend some time there before enjoying Shan cuisine at Shan Yoe Yar Restaurant. The Shan are Tai ethnic group of Southeast Asia, who live primarily in the Shan State of Myanmar, but also inhabit in the adjacent regions of China, Laos, and Thailand.
Day 02 : Yangon – Bago - Kyaikhtiyo (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)
After breakfast, we will drive to Bago (approx. 2 hrs). Before having lunch at 555 Restaurant, we will first make a stop at Kyaikhatwine Monastery to witness the offering of food to thousands of monks. After driving another two hours to the base of Kyaikhtiyo, we will switch from our coach to a designated truck for our way up to the mountaintop (approx. 1 hour). Once we reach to the top, we will check into the hotel. Then, we will walk to the famous Kyaikhtiyo Pagoda , or the Golden Rock. It is a large boulder, which appears delicately balanced, supposedly by the assistance of a well-placed hair of the Buddha, on the edge of a cliff near the top of a mountain. It is one of the most revered Buddhist shrines. The view from the mountaintop is also very spectacular. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
Day 03 : Kyaikhtiyo – Bago – Taukkyan – Yangon (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)
In the morning, another visit to the Golden Rock is worth making to witness sunrise before having breakfast, and finally descending the mountain by a truck. After reaching the base camp, we will board our own coach to drive back to Bago. After lunch, we will visit the site of Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha , and Shwemawdaw Pagoda (the tallest pagoda in Myanmar). We will also observe a weaving factory in a Mon village before returning back to Yangon. On the way back, we will make a stop at Taukkyan War Cemetery , a cemetery for Allied soldiers from the British Commonwealth who died in battle in Burma during the Second World War. After arriving back in Yangon, we will visit the White Elephant Farm . Traditional Burmese dinner will be served at Pandonmar Restaurant.
Day 04 : Yangon (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)
A walking tour will begin after the breakfast of the day. The tour will begin from the center of the city, where Sule Pagoda (entrance not included), Independence Monument , City Hall , High Court , the former Rowe & Company, and Immanuel Baptist Church are located, and will pass through many other significant colonial buildings, such as Yangon Stock Exchange (formerly Reserve Bank of India), Police Commissioner’s Office , Custom House , Port Authority , Strand Hotel. The Strand remains one of Asia’s most enduring and awe-inspiring Colonial landmarks), Embassy of Australia , Embassy of the Great Britain , General Post Office , St. Mary’s Cathedral (a Byzantine-style cathedral built in the late- 19th century), and former St. Paul’s High School (a Roman Catholic parochial school set up in 1869 by the De La Salle Brothers). The tour will end at The Secretariat, which was the home and administrative seat of British Burma and the site where General Aung San (Burmese independence hero) got assassinated. After lunch, at Royal Garden Restaurant (Chinese cuisine), some time will be provided to buy souvenirs, gems, jewelleries, and other local products at Bogyoke Aung San Market (formerly Scott’s Market). Then, we will visit the most significant landmark of Myanmar - the Shwedagon Pagoda. Finally, we will wrap up the tour with a buffet dinner and a cultural show at Karaweik Palace.
Day 05 : Yangon - Singapore (Breakfast)
After breakfast in hotel, transfer to airport for your flight back home.
SUBJECT TO PRICE CHANGES WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE
Above quotations without any surcharge for Festival if any (upon booking).
The timing of sightseeing points shall be fixing by local operator due to traffic and weather conditions, (Non-refundable for any cancellation that made by clients.
Rate subject to change depending upon gasoline prices etc
- Private-Transportations by modern air-conditioned vehicle, as indicated in the itinerary.
- Accommodation based on twin sharing rooms with daily breakfast.
- Sightseeing and Entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary on travelling days.
- English speaking throughout guide on travelling days
- Lunch & Dinner at Local restaurant as mentioned in the itinerary
- Truck or Cable car charges in Kyaikhtiyo (Up anddown)
- International flights and its departure airport tax.
- Visa arrangement fees (Visa on upon arrival is available; Please ask us for further assistance) ✓ Insurances.
- Personal expense such as telephone calls, fax, laundry, beverages and meals, and highlights or sightseeing which are not indicated in the program.
- Excess baggage charges. Tips to guides, porters &drivers
- X’mas and New Year Eve’s compulsory dinner
Above quotation is minimum 2 – 40 Pax traveling Now - 31st December 2020
No reservations have been made at this time
Itinerary mentioned above is only tentative and is subject to guests’ flight timings.
Rate quoted is nett & non-commissionable