Day 1 Yangon
09.00 Pick up from your hotel in Yangon/ Meeting point and transfer to Artist's House
09.30 Artist's House (Pan Gyi SOE MOE), Soe Moe Artist(1944) is an artist born in 1944 The oldest auction result ever registered on the website for an artwork by this artist is a painting sold in 2007, at Larasati Auctioneers, and the most recent auction result is a painting sold in 2019. Artprice.com's price levels for this artist are based on 2 auction results. Especially: painting.
10.30 Pansodan Art Museum, This loft-like gallery has a variety of Myanmar contemporary and antique art, the latter including some unique antique prints, advertisements and photos. Owner-artist Aung Soe Min is knowledgeable about Myanmar art, and can point you in the right direction to find that special souvenir you didn’t even know you needed.
11.30 River Art Gallery, Visit our ARTISTS section to see images of all the artworks currently available and the biographies of our artists; the EXHIBITIONS section to find details of current and past shows in Myanmar and abroad; and the NEWS AND VIEWS section to learn more about gallery happenings and the Myanmar art scene.
12.00 Test cocktail at a local restaurant (at your own expense)
Lunch by your own expense : Guide will suggest on spot
13.00 Return to your hotel in Yangon/ Meeting point.
**Overnight at Yangon (Exclude hotel)
Day 2 Yangon - Twante town
09.00 Pick up from your hotel in Yangon/ Meeting point and transfer to Ferry
09.30 Cross the Yangon River by ferry
10.00 Take a attraction trishaw to visit around Twante town ,Twante is renowned for its earthenware pottery industry and surrounding ancient pagodas. The Twante canal, which was built in 1881 by the British, provides Twante with not only a vital economic link with the country’s main city but a convenient mode of transport for commuters and for tourists wanting to escape the big smoke.
11.00 Visit community pottery craftsmen, We visit the communal mud brick kilns area. All potteries are family run businesses and the village manage and share the dome shaped kilns once enough work is made for a firing. The work made to order are water filters, offering cups, flower pots, as well as a few made-to-order carved pieces and the glazed Martaban jars, used to hold water, rice and cooking oil. All making methods have been unchanged for centuries as we witness the typical hand-powered wooden wheel, which pivots on a strong wooden cylindrical rod and is turned by the potter or an assistant. The clay is wedged by foot and is high-quality clay created when paddy mud washes into the river and is churned by fast-flowing currents, mixing it with sandy river mud.
- Hands-on pottery creation class
12.00 The Shwesandaw Pagoda, is a Buddhist Stupa in Twante Township south of Yangon region, Myanmar. It is one of the popular tourist destination and also pilgrimage site for Buddhists as it is said to contain a couple of the Buddha's hairs and its name means Golden Hair Relic.
13.00 Vegetarian or local lunch Lunch by your own expense : Guide will suggest on spot, Afer that explore the local market, local streets and alleyways where you can also have your time to stroll and shop for goods and items at the local market
14.00 Take the ferry return
15.00 Return to your hotel Yangon/ Meeting point.
- All entrance fee
- 1 bottle water
- English Guide
- Van and driver