For intrepid people, it is a big mistake if you have not ever witnessed the surreal beauty of Myanmar. More than what you have shaped in your mind, join in this 6-day Myanmar tour to set foot on a wonderland where you can expect to be mesmerized by the massive heritage sites packed throughout the country. From the food, scenery, culture and its people, all are rolled into one to take your breath away.
 

Duration: 6 days/5 nights
Start/End: Bagan/Yangon
Tour Route: Yangon – Bagan – Pyay – Sir Kestra – Yangon
Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry form)
Tour Type: Landscape, Culture, History, Sightseeing & Experience
Tour Category: Myanmar Family Tours
Tour Highlights:

  • Spend an amazing day get on a horse carriage and slowly behold the charm of Bagan through the peaceful scenery of the Old Bagan
  • Marvel at the glittering pagodas such as Shwedagon and Shwezigon Pagoda
  • Breathtaking cruise trip along the Irrawaddy River
  • Witness the fascinating combination of Burmese and British colonial architecture as you drive through the scenic street in Yangon

Brief Itinerary:
Day 1: Yangon (5:45 pm)
Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Guide)
Day 3: Bagan & Villages (Guide)
Day 4: Bagan – Pyay
Day 5: Pyay – Sir Kestra – Yangon
Day 6: Yangon PM departure (Guide)

 
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Day 1: Yangon

Mingalaba! Welcome to our amazing 6-day tour in Myanmar. Upon arrival in Yangon, welcome by your private guide and driver then quickly transfer to the hotel for check-in.
Overnight in Yangon.

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Guide)

This morning board a flight to Bagan where your dizzy daydream begins. Possessing over 2000 temples and pagodas making Baganbecome one of the world’s largest archaeological sites. Your sightseeing starts with a visit to the outstanding pagodas and temples to explore the art and architecture of Bagan. Shwezigon, Dhammayangyi, Thatbyinnyu, and Ananda Pagoda are popular pagodas that fulfill your thrill with the combination of the natural and man-made masterpiece. Then a trip to the local workshop will introduce you to the production of lacquerware and woodcraft. Here you can have a look at the skilled craftsmen and learn how they create lovely items. Later, transfer to a hill in the region to behold the spectacular sunset before returning to the hotel in the evening.

Myanmar family tour 6 days to the Shwezigon Pagoda

Day 3: Bagan & Villages (Guide)

Be an early bird today to ready for a full day exploring the fancy beauty of Bagan through the dusty paths and its villages. Start your full day sightseeing with a visit to the village nearby to approach the local culture and lifestyle. From here get on a pony cart to capture the charm of the landscape from a different perspective. This amazing drive leads you through the rugged road that unable to approach by car and delivers you an authentic quintessential Bagan.
In the afternoon, transfer to the jetty to embark on a private boat trip and expect to be captivated with the wonderful landscape as you cruise along the river to reach Shwezigon Pagoda. Take time to relax on the sundeck and enjoy the impressive sunset moment on the beautiful river.

Travel on a horse carriage and admire the beauty of Bagan countryside area

Day 4: Bagan – Pyay

Following your breakfast in the morning, get on a 6-hour drive to the dazzling Pyay city where you will discover the fascinating city shrouded around the mythology. Situated on the bank of Ayeyawaddy River, Pyay offers you will numerous attractive destination such as Shwe Sandaw Paya, Central Market, Payagyi Paya, Aung San Statue, Wunchataung Paya, etc.
Overnight in Pyay.

Shwesandaw Paya in Bagan

Day 5: Pyay – Sir Kestra – Yangon

This morning drive to Sri Ksetra (known as Thaehittaya in Myanmar) the ancient capital of Pyu kingdom in Myanmar located five miles on the left bank of the Ayeyarwady River towards the southeast of Pyay. Head to the Museum as you reached to the city to witness the architecture dating back to the 7th century. Spend time to wander around the city before getting on a drive to Yangon in the late afternoon.

Sri-Ksetra Temple

Day 6: Yangon PM departure (Guide)

The final day in Yangon let you enjoy a private tour through the downtown city to explore the fascinating as well as the charm of the city featured with the colonial architecture. It has gone through the ups and downs of the historical journey that still remained the British architecture that you can find nowhere in Asia. Your first stop today is Chauk Htat Kyi Pagoda where enshrine the massive 66 meters long reclining Buddha image. Here you can notice to the feet of the Buddha image and listen to your guide about the link between the special design to the traditional art of Myanmar. Perhaps the most expected activity today is a visit to the legend Shwedagon Pagoda. Tipped with 5448 diamonds and 2317 rubies on the crown, the Shwedagon listed itself one of the most glistening pagodas in the world that will fulfill your dream trip about Myanmar. Trip ends.

The massive reclining Buddha statue in Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda

 

What’s Included?

  • All transfer and sightseeing by private air-conditioned car
  • Experienced English speaking local tour guide (24 / 25 Dec and 28 Dec)
  • Government tax & Service charges

What’s Excluded?

  • Hotel accommodations
  • Yangon – Bagan domestic flight ticket
  • Meals & Drinks (Lunch & Dinner)
  • All entrance fees & all zone fees
  • 10 US$ for international airport tax
  • Other personal expenses

Notes:

Please be aware that hotels and all other logistics, services and days of travel are subject to availability. Where flights are canceled or delayed Go Myanmar Tour will endeavor to secure alternative arrangements of similar value as noted in our booking conditions.
The traveling times mentioned within this dossier are approximations only. These times will vary according to weather, road, traffic or any other prevailing conditions.
This itinerary and supplementary information has been compiled in good faith and was accurate at the time of writing. However, it DOES NOT form part of a contract between the client and Go Myanmar Tours.