Have you ever imagined about setting foot on a magnificent landscape to unlock the mythical beauty of over 4000 ancient pagodas and walk through the jungle to seek the wonderful heritage of the glorious Khmer Kingdom-the largest empire in Southeast Asia? If not, experience with us in this 13-day Myanmar Laos tour package to expect the unexpected. A country with unique architecture dating back to thousand years ago packed into the gilded temples and a long-lasting culture combines with an amazing country where people and nature live in harmony will bring you a remarkable experience that you have never tried before

Duration: 13 days/12 nights
Start/End: Yangon/Luang Prabang
Tour Route: Yangon – Bagan – Heho – Inle Lake – Mandalay – Vientiane – Luang Prabang – Kuang Si Waterfalls – Pak Ou Cave – Luang Prabang
Tour Category: Myanmar Laos tour
Tour Type: Sightseeing, In depth-culture & history, Nature & Landscape Discovery
Tour Highlights:

  • Admire the legend Shwedagon pagoda – the most revered pagoda in Myanmar dating back to 2500 years ago
  • Explore the fantastic archaeological site of Bagan with more than 2200 ancient temples dating back to thousand years ago
  • Learn how Intha people in Inle Lake create the incredible endless floating gardens on the water
  • Save the best photo of sunset time on the oldest and longest teak bridge in the world: U Bein Bridge
  • Enjoy the laid-back ambiance in Luang Prabang – the Shangri La of Southeast Asia
    Soak into the clear turquoise water of Kuangsi Waterfall – the most beautiful waterfall in Laos
  • See hundred of Monks gliding through the street in the morning call to alms – the iconic images of Myanmar and Laos
  • Savor the best food of Myanmar and Laos

Experience this 13-day Myanmar and Laos Tour Package With:

  • Guides: hand-picked best tour guides with deep knowledge, humor, profession (English speaking guides, other languages upon request)
  • Drivers: polite,  friendly, responsible, reliable with many years of driving experience
  •  Vehicles: comfortable, spacious, air-conditioned & clean
  • Meals: meals are arranged at local restaurants so you can taste authentic Burmese cuisine
  • Accommodation: various types of accommodation are available, from 5-star hotels, 4-star hotels in the best location, good value 3-star hotels, to boutique hotels reflect the style of the region

Brief Itinerary:

Myanmar Itinerary 7 Nights
Day 1: Yangon Arrival (D)
Day 2: Yangon City Tour (B, L)
Day 3: Yangon – Bagan (L)
Day 4: Bagan – Heho – Inle Lake (B, L)
Day 5: Inle Lake Excursion (B, L)
Day 6: Inle Lake – Mandalay – Half-Day Mandalay City Tour (L)
Day 7: Mandalay – Amarapura Excursion (B, L)
Day 8: Mandalay – Flight to Vientiane

Laos Itinerary 6 Nights

Day 9: Vientiane City Tour (B, L)
Day 10: Vientiane – Luang Prabang (B, L)
Day 11: Luang Prabang City Tour (B, L)
Day 12: Pak Ou Cave (B)
Day 13: Luang Prabang Departure

Please note that every element of the tour below can be tailored. Tell us your specific interest and we will be happy to make adjustments for you. This inquiry is totally free and you are under no obligation!  

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 Day 1 Yangon Arrival (D)

Mingalabar! Welcome to Yangon, home to some of the most impressive colonial architecture in Southeast Asia where you will start your lifetime adventure. Today, meet your private guide at the airport and then transfer to the downtown city. Along your way, you will capture the first impression of the largest city in Myanmar with the unique colonial architecture still remain on almost buildings on the street. After settling into your hotel, enjoy your leisure time on your own.
In the evening, your driver will pick you up for a dinner at Karaweik Hall, one of the most prominent landmarks of Yangon
Overnight in Yangon.

the golden Karaweik Hall at night

Day 2: Yangon city tour (B, L)

Today is a full day for you to capture the very best of Yangon on a city tour. After breakfast a the hotel, we will make our first visit of the day to Kandawgyi Lake, the beautiful artificial lake where you will be able to take many beautiful photos to Karaweik Hall.

Tourist in Shwedagon PagodaAfter that, head to Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda to visit the most popular Buddhist pagoda in Bahan township of Yangon where enshrines one of the largest Buddha images in the country. Then ready to explore the vibrant Bogyoke Market, the largest and most bustling bazaar in Yangon where you will find a variety of products, gems, jewelry, and clothing. From here, proceed to Chinatown, the best street food in Yangon created when the British expanded the city in the 1850s to visit some of the historical-cultural spots including Kheng Hock Keong Temple, one of largest and oldest Chinese folk region temples and Guangdong Kwan Yin Temple.
Finally, complete your memorable day Shwedagon Pagoda – the most revered pagoda in Myanmar dates back to 2500 years ago. Spend your time to stroll around the pagoda, your guide will introduce you about the typical Burmese architecture of the pagoda and its history as well as its devotion to Buddhism and the people.
Overnight in Yangon.

Day 3 Yangon – Bagan (L)

Say goodbye to Yangon this morning to board a domestic flight to Bagan – the largest archaeological site in Myanmar. Upon arrival, your guide will wait for you at the airport and then pick you up at the hotel for a short break.
After that, proceed to Nyaung U Market for a first glimpse at the local life and trading of the paper. The market is where you will see an array of local staples such as flowers, vegetables, and Burmese women with Tanaka make-up on face.
In the afternoon, ready to get on an exotic pony cart to travel around some of the most outstanding temples in the region. Passing through the snaking road with endless old stupas, make your visit to Ananda temple, the typical pagoda built in Mon and Indian style that still well-preserved so far, Shwezigon Pagoda, one of the most important pilgrim sites dating back to the 11th century. Your sightseeing also includes visits to Gu Byanuk Gyi, Khay Min Ga, and Nan Paya Temple.
Overnight in Bagan

Shwezigon - one of the most important pilgrim sites dating back to the 11th century

Day 4 Bagan – Heho – Inle Lake

Leave Yangon this morning to take a flight to Heho, the gateway to Inle Lake. Inle Lake is the second’s largest freshwater lake in Myanmar situated at an altitude of 880 meters above sea level. It is home to 10 different Shan ethnics. For a long time, the Intha people were the main residents around the lake that created an exceptional life that make tourist itching to go there to witness the endless floating gardens, iconic leg-rowing fishermen, and the monastery built on stilts.
There will be no activity today, your guide will directly transfer you to the hotel for check-in and then enjoy your own free time of the day.

Day 5: Inle Lake Excursion (B, L)

Rise before dawn this morning to capture the lovely sunrise above the serene lake. After that, enjoy your full day Inle Lake Excursion from a stunning boat trip. Passing through the narrow canal lead through the floating village. Make your first visit of the day at Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in Inle Lake where you keep five 800-year-old gilded Buddha statues. Make your next visit to Ngaphechaung Monastery, one of the oldest wooden monasteries in the country to marvel at a collection of statues in Shan, Tibetan, Bagan, and Inwa styles. Continue your breathtaking boat trip, you will sail to local workshops to learn more about the local productions including lotus weaving, blacksmiths, cigar making, and canoe carving.
Overnight in Inle Lake.

Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda

Day 6: Inle Lake – Mandalay Half-Day Mandalay City Tour (L)

This morning is free for you to enjoy the tranquil ambiance in Inle Lake before the driver picks you up to the airport for a flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival at Mandalay, transfer to the hotel to check-in and enjoy a short break with lunch.
Your afternoon visit might include Mahamuni pagoda, an impressive pagoda of Burma together with the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon. Along the way, make a stop at a local gold paper factory to gain an insight into the stages of making the gold leaf. Highlight your trip with the visit to Shwenadaw Monastery which is translated as Golden Palace Monastery. Dating back to the 19th century, this is where you can marvel at the intricated architecture of Burmese architects’ features on the roof, Buddha carvings and on the walls. Next, head to Kuthodaw pagoda to witness the world’s largest Buddhist book. Unlike normal books, this special inscription is carved on 729 marble slabs making it one of the most exotic books in the world.
Finally, make your way to Mandalay Hill where you will enjoy the peaceful sunset over the city.
Overnight in Mandalay.

Shwenandaw monastery

Day 7: Mandalay – Ava & Sagaing (B, L)

This morning, take a scenic drive toward the southwest to Sagaing Hill, an important religious center where you will spend the time to visit Maha Ganayon Kyaung Monastery to learn about the daily life of Burmese monks. Continue your visit to Kaungmudaw Pagoda an impressive religious site well known for its dome-shaped design rising up to 46 meters. There are 812 stone pillars made with hollows and images of the Nat at the base of the pagoda. Your next stopover is Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda, one of the oldest and richest pagodas in Sagaing housing the giant Gautama Buddha statue inside.
In the afternoon, drive to Amarapura, the city of Immortality where you will spend the time to visit Pahtodawgyi temple, the white temple made of marble which is enormous and shinning. There are not many tourists visiting it so it is extremely peaceful and quiet. Fulfill your memorable sightseeing day in U Bein Bridge, the oldest teak bridge in the country and perhaps it is one of the most fantastic teak bridges in the world where you can save your best photo in sunset moment.
Overnight in Mandalay.

U Bein Bridge in sunset time

Day 8: Mandalay – Flight to Vientiane

Say goodbye to Mandalay this morning to board a flight to Vientiane. Our guide will wait for you at the airport then escort you to the hotel for check-in. There will be no activity today so you can enjoy the day at leisure by strolling along the riverbank in the city to enjoy the scenery around.
Overnight in Vientiane.

Day 9: Vientiane City Tour (B, L)

Sabai di! Welcome to Vientiane! You are staying in the capital and the largest city in Laos. The charming city of Vientiane is rich in Buddhist culture is ready for you to discover! Today, spend a full day city tour to visit almost the heritage site in the city. Make your first visit of the day at Buddha Park, a dignified destination where possessing more than 200 statues filled with cryptic symbols. Then head to Wat Sisaket temple, the oldest surviving temples with thousands of Buddhist images. Next, visit Wat Prakeo to marvel at the fantastic Emerald Buddha image. Highlight your city tour with a visit to Pha That Luang, an ancient temple originated in the 1st century and now it has become the national symbol of the country that featured on Laos’ official seal. Finally, complete your city tour at Patuxay Monument, a war monument was built to dedicate to those soldiers who fought in the struggle for independence from France.
Overnight in Vientiane.

Pha That Luang

Day 10: Vientiane – Luang Prabang

The morning of day 10 takes you to Luang Prabang, an ancient town amidst the jungle where you will be amazed by its natural beauty, colorful mosaic, and quiet atmosphere. Upon arrival in Luang Prabang, transfer to the hotel for check-in. Enjoy your day at leisure.
Overnight in Vientiane.

Day 11: Luang Prabang City Tour (B, L)

Wake up in the sound of bird-singing this morning and enter the street where you will partake in an alms ritual by blessing the monks. After that, ready for a trip to Kuangsi Waterfall, the most beautiful waterfall in the country where you can behold the natural scenery, turquoise cascade waterfall and immerse in the cool water.
In the afternoon, visit Wat Xiengthong, one of the most important monasteries in Laos symbolizes the classical Laotian architecture. After that, drive to the Royal Palace Museum to gain an insight into the history of Laos through the great exhibition. Then your guide will take you to the “monastery of the Open Heart” Wat Aham Temple. Finally, complete your visit of the day in the mossy tiled Stupa of Wat Visoun, the oldest temple in Luang Prabang. In the late afternoon, if you wish, you can enjoy some drinks and stroll along the beautiful riverside for sightseeing.
Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Day 12: Luang Prabang – Pak Ou Caves (B)

Highlight the morning of day 12 with a boat trip along Mekong River to reach Pak Ou Caves – a group of two caves noted for their miniature Buddha sculptures and myriads of small wooden Buddha images. The impressive caves house over 4000 Buddha icons set in a dramatic limestone will ensure to take your breath away! Along with your boat trip, you will captivate the stunning beauty along the river and the daily life of local people living along the riverside.
Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Pak Ou Cave

Day 13: Luang Prabang Departure

Today is free until the driver comes to pick you up at the airport for a flight to your departure. Trip ends. We hope you will love the itinerary we offer for this 13-day tour Myanmar and Laos. Thank you for traveling with us!

Price: Please contact us for your special price
What’s Included:

  • 1 Domestic flight in Laos: Vientiane – Luang Prabang including airport tax
  • 3 Domestic flights in Myanmar: Yangon – Bagan, Bagan – Heho, Heho – Mandalay including airport taxes
  • Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels
  • Private tours, transfers, and all services as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Services of a private driver and air-conditioned vehicles
  • Service of English speaking guides in every location
  • Entrance fees for all mentioned sights visited
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary

What’s Excluded?

  • Meals other than those mentioned in the itinerary
  • International flights
  • Other than those mentioned in the itinerary
  • Personal expenses (such as laundry, telephone, drinks, etc.)
  • Tips for guides and drivers
  • Personal travel insurance

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