Day 1 Yangon
Meals : LUNCH
08:30 Pick up from your hotel in Yangon / Meeting Point / Yangon Airport, and take you on a day trip experience that is closest to the local area, let you deeply experience the charming style of Myanmar's former capital, Yangon! Whether it is a colonial building, traditional Buddhist architecture or a park, you are waiting for your arrival.
09.00 The first stop of the journey is the magnificent Sule Pagoda in the city center. Next, we will take you to the colorful local traditional markets, allowing you to experience the lives of local residents in depth.
After 10.00 visiting the market, we will take a break and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea.
11.00 Chadaki temple of the Reclining Buddha to admire the magnificent reclining Buddha.
12.00 Enjoy Lunch at local restaurant.
13.00 we will take you to the small train station in Yangon, where you will catch the popular local cruise train (about 30 to 45 minutes), along this ancient railway of local residents, monks and hawkers, accompanied by The slow pace of the train, you seem to go back in time through history. This train will take you to the Bogyoke Aung San Market in the center of Yangon, which is the largest Burmese handicraft market in Yangon. Burmese craft.
**Dinner by your own expense : Guide will suggest on spot at Bogyoke Aung San Market
16.30 We will return to Yangon city (Hotel / Meeting point)
**Overnight at Yangon (Exclude hotel)
Option 1 : Dala Fishing Village Half day By Tricycle
07.30 Pick up hotel in Yangon / Meeting point and transfer to Dala Fishing Village
08.00 Start Tour
- Pansodan pier is a ferry service across the Yangon River between Pansodan Jetty in downtown Yangon and Dala Township, Boat trip to Dala
- Explore Dala by Tricycle Despite its strategic location near Yangon, the township is still largely rural and undeveloped mainly because it still lacks a bridge across the Yangon river, with connections between the township and the city being by ferry only.
- Local candle workshop "ways of life of friendly local people", "natural water storing system", "paddy fields", "local tea shop"and so on
13.00 Pansodon Pier tour ,after that we will return to Yangon city (Hotel / Meeting point)
**Lunch by your own expense : Guide will suggest on spot or House of Memories Restaurant in Yangon
Option 2 : Program Yongon Cooking Class
09.00 Pick up hotel in Yangon / Meeting point and transfer to local teaching restaurant
09.30 Students gather at the local teaching restaurant
10.00 Chefs will take you to local market , After buying the ingredients you need, we will return to the kitchen
11.00 Cooking Class 1 hours. Traditionally, Burmese eat their meals from dishes on a low table, while sitting on a bamboo mat. Dishes are served simultaneously. A typical meal includes steamed rice as the main dish and accompanying dishes called hin, including a curried freshwater fish or dried/salted fish dish, a curried meat or poultry dish instead, a light soup called hin gyo called chinyay hinif sour, and fresh or boiled vegetables to go with a salty dish, almost invariably a curried sauce of pickled fishin Lower Burma. Fritters such as gourd or onions in batter as well as fish or dried tofu crackers are extra.
12.00 After the course, you can enjoy your delicious Burmese cuisine
13.00 We will return to Yangon city (Hotel / Meeting point)
- All entrance fee
- 1 bottle water
- Van and driver
- Meal at mentioned