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Leaving in the early morning by road, crossing Yangon River by ferry (15min.), your journey takes you through picturesque paddy fields on the river’s flat flood plain to a small town on Twente canal. In Twante, you can experience the rural way of life and visit a traditional pottery workshop where the methods have remained the same for generations. Then you will visit Shwesandaw Pagoda, situated at the edge of the town of Twante. Late afternoon, return to Yangon by boat approx 2 hours taking you through the Twante Canal to the Yangon River. See quaint villages, traditional fishing techniques and the river-bound life of the local people and arrive in Yangon. Lunch will be served at local restaurant. Dress Code: For religious reason, the modest and decent dress is required such as wearing to cover your knees. Shoes must be removed before entering the Pagoda since most religious grounds not allow wearing shoes, sandal, thong or flip-flop and socks.

Será un viaje en coche de dos horas y media hasta Monywa; una hermosa ciudad situada en la ribera oriental del río Chindwin, y un importante centro comercial para los productos agrícolas del colindante valle de Chindwin. Al llegar a Monywa, cruzará el río Chindwin en ferry para visitar la colina de Shwe Ba; justo más allá de la colina de Pho Win, ofrece unas singulares cuevas excavadas en piedra arenisca y llenas de simples imágenes de Buda. Shweba Taung está en la ribera occidental del río Chindwin. Allí hay templos y cuevas horadados en piedra volcánica, y los muros interiores de algunas cuevas se decoraron con pinturas murales de los siglos XIII y XVIII. La pagoda de Thanboddhay es la única pagoda del país con esta peculiar planta. La base cuadrada del templo (cada lado mide 50,6 metros) a la que tienen acceso los fieles está rematada por terrazas que disminuyen en tamaño, con miríadas de pequeñas estupas (864 en total) que rodean la dorada estupa central, de 40 metros de alto. Regreso a Mandalay con la puesta de sol sobre el puente de U Bein. Se servirá la cena en un restaurante local.

Savor a variety of authentic Myanmar food and experience the charm of Myanmar hospitality at its finest,with a smiling waitress. After dinner sit back, relax and enjoy a spectacular performance of Myanmar classical dances. Each movement has a meaning and expresses a particular emotion

Leaving in the early morning, stop briefly at the Htaukyant Allied War Memorial. Then proceeding directly to Bago and arriving in the mid-morning. In Bago, you will visit Hinthagon hill-top, and take a short walk to Shwemawdaw Pagoda (Myanmar’s tallest). On the way seeing the Moat and Gate-way to the 16th Century city of Hanthawaddy and continue by car to visit Bago’s colourful market, Shwethalyuang; reclining Buddha, Mahazedi Pagoda and a traditional cheroot making factory. Then we will return to Yangon in the late afternoon via Kyaikpun Pagoda. Lunch will be served at local restaurant.

Dress Code: For religious reason, the modest and decent dress is required such as wearing to cover your knees. Shoes must be removed before entering the Pagoda since most religious grounds not allow wearing shoes, sandal, thong or flip-flop and socks.

Mandalay was the capital of Konbaung Dynasty or the third Myanmar Empire. Located 668 km north of Yangon, it is a bustling commercial center and a repository of ancient Myanmar culture. On this art and crafts tour you will find out exactly why.

Visit cottage industries that include gold leaf making tapestry, marionette makers, wood carving, marble stone carvings and bronze casting. Continue to Sagaing to see beautiful works of a Burmese silver smith, pottery cottage and rattan wares. Return back to Amarapura where you will observe the exquisite loom weaving of Burmese silk longyis and no doubt be awed by the skill of the blade artists at U Bein Bridge.

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El monasterio Shwenandaw es maravillosamente frágil y todavía un gran ejemplo de la arquitectura Myanmar teca siglo del 19 y también una importante obra de talladores de madera de arte. La pagoda Sandamuni fue erigida sobre la ubicación de palacio provincial del rey Mindons. La Paya es también famosa por el Buda de hierro Sandamani emitidos. La pagoda budista Kuthodaw es la biblia de piedra-inscripción en la versión que indica todas las enseñanzas de Buda. Hay 729 piezas de piedras de mármol, cada uno de los cuales se encuentra en un templo. El Mandalay Hill se encuentra a las afueras del norte de la ciudad con una cumbre de 230 m sobre la llanura circundante. Es la torre de reloj natural para los visitantes que quieren ver el amanecer o el atardecer sobre. Estricto código de vestimenta se aplica para la visita. Sólo pantalones largos o de faldas cubriendo las rodillas están permitidos, así como zapatos que cubren completamente el pie. Sandalias o zapatos con los dedos abiertos están totalmente prohibidos.

In the morning, the driver will pick you to start the sightseeing in Pindaya. On the way to Pindayacave, we will visit to home base Shan Paper and umbrella making industry. After that, we will visit to Pindaya Cave where thousands of Buddha images with different sizes are existing in.You can enjoy the cold and peaceful atmosphere there and it is the good place to take meditation. After visiting PindayaCave, we will have our lunch at Green Tea restaurant near Pindaya Cave, on the bank of the Ponedalote Lake. After having lunch, we will drive back to NyaungShwe.

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Shwezigon Paya: Originally the Shwezigon Pagoda marked the northern end of the city of Bagan. The stupa's graceful bell shape became a prototype for virtually all later stupas over Myanmar.

Gubyaukhyi Temple at Wetkyi-Inn: This Temple was built in the early 13th Century and repaired in 1468. The great colorful painting about the previous life of Buddha and the distinguished architecture make this temple an interesting site for a visit.

Ananda Pahto: one of the finest, largest, best preserved and most revered of the Bagan temples. Thought to have been built around 1105 by King Kyanzittha, this perfectly proportioned temple heralds the stylistic end of the Early Bagan period and the beginning of the Middle period. Gubyaukhyi Temple at Myinkaba: Built in 1113 by Kyanzittha son Rajakumar, this temple is famous for its well-preserved Stuccos from the 12th century on the outside walls. The magnificent paintings date from the original construction of the temple and are considered to be the oldest original paintings in Bagan.

Manuha temple: The Manuha T emple was built in 1059 by King Manuha, the King of Thaton, who was brought captive to Bagan by King Anawrahta. It enshrines the unusual combination of 3 seated and one reclining image Buddha. It is said that this temple was built by Manuha to express his displeasure about his captivity in Bagan.

SHWESANDAW PAYA: In 1057 King Anawrahta built this Pagoda following his conquest of Thaton. This is the first monument in Bagan, which features stairways leading up from the square bottom terraces to the round base of the Stupa.

Lacquerware workshop: the villages around Bagan are known for producing the finest lacquerware in Myanmar. Stop by one of the workshops and learn about the painstaking process of lacquerware making and decoration.

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Our tour guide will pick you up at 7am. We will visit Scott’s Market or known as Bogyoke market, where there is time to browse through the dozens of stalls and shops. This is Yangon's best market for handicrafts and other goods. Besides that you also drop by Indian Market, Vegetable & Fruit Market and you will have a chance to experience the locals bargaining and trading their products in sometimes hectic atmosphere & shop till you drop.

After that we visit Bothataung Pagoda located on the river side and stroll along Yangon river to watch the many boats loading and unloading, and intermingle in the daily life in Yangon.

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We will drive on the road following the banks of the Irrawaddy River and pass through Myanmar¿s oil capital of Chau to Salay; it is an ancient town rich in Myanmar culture. You will visit Yoke Sone Monastery; the whole building is built of wood and is a fine example of monastic architecture of the late Konbaung Period. The main attraction of the monastery is the decorative wooden panels made by the master carvers of the period whose meticulous workmanship is in many ways superior to those of later periods. Continue the trip by road for 1, 5 hour to Mount Popa; an extinct volcano that is estimated to have erupted for the final time, over three hundred and twenty thousand years ago. The main mountain originally had a circular crater, but the whole of the north-western side was blown away, probably by the final paroxysmal outburst, which suggests that the last eruption must have projected its discharge inclined to the sides of the volcano in that direction. The present mountain is, therefore shaped like a horse-shoe, and it is possible to walk into the crater through the breach in the northern wall''. You will return to Bagan in the late afternoon.

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