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Day 1 - arrive at Yangon and Yangon Sightseeing.
Upon arrival at airport, welcome by our Guide and he will be held on placard with your name on it. And then transfer to hotel for check-in. Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon, is still a relatively quiet and charming city. Its impressive colonial and spiritual heritage makes Yangon one of the most fascinating and authentic capitals of South-East Asia. This afternoon, transfer to Yangon Heritage Trust’s downtown office where their specially-trained guide will give a briefing about the progress, and challenges to come, of preserving the city’s buildings. Afterwards, begin a 2.5 hour walking tour through central Yangon. Starting at Yangon’s Heritage Trust Office on Lower Pansodan Road and Highlights include City Hall, the High Court and the former Burma Railways Company – one of Yangon’s oldest administrative buildings. From here, continue to Shwedagon Pagoda the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Although the origins of the pagoda are unclear, the local legend states that the original structure was built 2500 years ago then renovated several times until taking its current shape in the 15th century. The 8-sided central stupa is 99 meters tall and gilded with gold leaf and is surrounded by 64 smaller stupas and your guide will show you around the massive complex, explaining why this temple is so revered. Enjoy breathtaking views of the golden stupa from this vantage point. Stay overnight at hotel in Yangon (Summit Park View).

Day 2 - Yangon and Golden Rock Pagoda.
After breakfast, you will overland drive to KyaikHto to go to the Golden Rock (driving hour about 4 hours). One the way, we visit to Htaukkyant War Cemetery. Then proceed to overland driving to Golden Rock. Arrive at pilgrim-village is a starting point to the famous Golden Rock. From our hotel in Kyaikhtiyo we first take a truck and then enjoy the trekking to Golden Rock, it will take about 1 hour up the hill to enjoy the sunset at the Golden Rock. The famous 'Golden Rock' is a sacred, massive gold-leafed boulder delicately balanced on the edge of a cliff near the top of Mt. Kyaikhtiyo and it is one of the most revered Buddhist shrines. Lunch and Dinner at local good restaurant. Stay overnight at Golden Rock Pagoda (Mountain Top Hotel).

Day 3 - Golden Rock, Bago and Yangon.
After morning breakfast, you will check out Hotel. Then, drive back to Yangon by coach. On the way, visit to Bago, Located only 80 km, was an ancient capital of Mon Kingdom in 15th century and enjoy the Bago sightseeing including Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha (55 metres long), Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Myo Ma Local Market, 28 meter high huge Buddha Image of Kyaikpun Pagoda, Chinese Kwanyin Temple and upon your interest, you can visit the Kanbawzathardi Palace of King Bayinnaung. Lunch and dinner at local restaurant. Stay overnight at hotel in Yangon (Summit Park View).

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 6 días

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 1006,9 €

After breakfast, set off for a full day of ‘living like a local’ in Yangon, observing the lifestyle and culture of the Burmese people.

Transfer to the Yangon train station and board the slow moving circle train. The 20-30 minute ride is a real taste of local life with the scenery and activities inside the train equally entertaining to the outside landscapes of small villages and traditional markets. Disembark at Kyee Myin Dine station, a neighborhood in the northwest part of Yangon. Shrouded in a rural and urban atmosphere, Kyee Myin Dine is home to friendly people. Visit the market where you can see colorful vendors and shopkeepers as the locals go about their daily shopping.

Transfer to downtown’s vibrant Chinatown area. Begin at the 17 th and 18th street markets where you’ll see noodle making and rice paper making. Continue with a walk toward Latha Street, stopping to visit a Chinese temple and local food shops making delicacies such as roasted pork.

At midday, stop for lunch at a local curry shop. Enjoy a range of delicious foods amid the local atmosphere. Continue your ‘local’ exploration with a trip to Nanthida Jetty to board a ferry to cross the Yangon River to Dhala.

The jetty is often buzzing with activity as a mini-street market is there to sell snacks and other items to the ferry passengers. The boat ride to Dhala takes 15 minutes and offers great views of the waterways as well as a fun chance to interact with the curious locals as they make their way across the river.

Upon reaching Dhala, travel by local trishaw through the town. The scenic town is remarkably different from nearby Yangon, with many trees, local neighborhoods and quiet side streets filling the area. Return by boat to Yangon, observing life along the river and reflecting back on your excursion to Dhala. Upon returning to the Yangon jetty, you will be transferred back to your hotel.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 40,96 €

Enjoy your city tour including Htilominlo Temple; it is one of the largest temples of Bagan; and is noted for its fine plaster carvings. There are the remains of fine murals on the interior walls. Sulamani Temple; it is one of Bagan's premier temple attractions. Important features of the Sulamani include its fine brickwork and use of stone in both load-bearing areas as well as on vulnerable external corner elements. The interior was once painted with fine frescoes but only dim traces can be seen today. Dhammayangyi Temple; it is Bagan’s most massive shrine. The temple remains one of the most unique and intriguing constructs on the Bagan plain. Return to the hotel and on the way we will stop to visit Tayoke Pyay Temple where it is the best view point to see a panoramic view of Bagan.

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. Hats and sunglasses will be useful for tropical zone in Bagan.

With your travel guide and car, depart this morning for the one-hour drive to Syriam. Also referred to as Thanlyin, Syriam has an interesting past first rising to prominence as a port during the 15th century, then briefly falling under Portuguese rule in the 17th century, serving as the base for the French East India company and finally joining the British empire. These days Syriam is home to three universities and, despite its proximity to Yangon, remains a quiet, sleepy town.

Upon arrival in Syriam, take a short visit to the local market and then prepare for the start of your bike ride. The journey covers 25 kilometres in total and we'll pass through many villages where the locals will come out to greet us- excited to see foreigners pedaling by! Along the way we will stop at pottery making villages, tofu-making neighborhoods and pomelo gardens.

Having looped around Syriam's outskirts, we will then reach the wet market at Kyauktan and hop off the bikes. Stop to refuel with lunch at a local restaurant near the boat jetty.Then we will take a ferry across to Island Pagoda. This unique temple is a popular pilgrimage spot for the locals and there are also dozens of river catfish around the island that you can feed.

Return to the Syriam side of the river and transfer to a local tea shop for a cup of tea or coffee. Try some tempura or another snack if you wish. Then resume the return drive to Yangon, arriving at your hotel late this afternoon.

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desde 72,82 €

It takes approx. 45 minutes to drive from Yangon city to Taukkyan village, Mingaladon Township. The park is inclusive of a wildlife park (1650 acres). The Lake is home to over 70 kinds of herbivorous animals and 90 species of birds. Flocks of migratory birds frequently visit the park. It is a pleasant spot for picnickers, and of particular interest to naturalists, bird-watching, Elephant riding, and fishing.

After lunch, continue to Chauktatgyi; the biggest colossal reclining Buddha image in Myanmar. Next stop will be at the great golden Shwedagon Pagoda; it is the prominent landmark visible from miles around, where the holy hair relics of the Buddha were enshrined more than 2,500 years ago. Then you will spend time walking in Yangon’s bustling China-town, it is a showcase of culture, enterprise & amazement

Bagan is a spectacular plain stretching away from the Ayeyarwaddy River, dotted with thousands of 800-year old temple ruins. Although human habitation at Bagan dates back almost to the beginning of the Christian era, Bagan only entered its golden period with the conquest of Thaton in 1057 AD.

A selection of these temples will be visited among others: 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. SHWEGUGYI: built by Alaungsithu in 1311, this smaller but elegant pahto is an example of the Middle period, a transition in architectural style from the dark and cloistered to the airy and light.

THATBYINNYU PAHTO: this 'Omniscient' temple is one of the tallest in Bagan, rising to 61m and built by Alaungsithu around the mid-12th century.

PITAKA TAIK: following the sacking of Thaton, King Anawrahta carted off some 30 elephant-loads of Buddhist scriptures and built this library to house them in 1058.

NATHLAUNG KYAUNG: Bagan's only Hindu Vaishnavite temple probably built in the 10th century to serve Bagan's Indian community of merchants and craftsmen.

PAHTOTHAMYA: probably built during the reign of Kyanzittha (1084-1113), although it is popularly held to be one of the five temples built by the non-historical King Taunghthugyi (931-964).

GAWDAWPALIN PAHTO: one of the largest and most imposing of the Bagan temples, it was mostly built during the reign of King Narapatisithu but was finished by his son, King Htilominlo.

BUPAYA: right on the bank of the Ayeyarwady, this cylindrical Pyu-style stupa is said to be the oldest in Bagan. The distinctively shaped bulbous stupa stands above rows of crenellated terraces.

desde 31,17 €

A Buddhist tends to practice meditation as a mental exercise for attaining serenity and soundness. We have arranged the necessary permission for those who wish to study Buddhist teachings and learn the traditional practice of meditation. You will be able to discuss with venerable monk and meditation instructor for one hour and try it comfortably for another hour.

This trip will prove to be fruitful for you during your stay in Myanmar as your learn to attaining peace of mind and tranquility.

desde 55,76 €

Enjoy your city tour including visit of Chauktatgyi; the biggest colossal reclining Buddha image in Myanmar. Next stop will be at the great golden Shwedagon Pagoda; it is the prominent landmark visible from miles around, where the holy hair relics of the Buddha were enshrined more than 2,500 years ago. Then you will walk in Yangon’s bustling China-town, it is a showcase of culture, enterprise & amazement of generations of visitors.

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.

Yangon lies in the fertile delta of southern Myanmar, on the wide Yangon River. The city is filled with shaded boulevards, while shimmering stupas float above the treetops. The city became the capital only in 1885, when the British completed their conquest of Upper Myanmar and Mandalay's brief period as capital of the last Burmese kingdom ended.

Start the tour at the SULE PAGODA, a gleaming octagonal pagoda that stands squarely at the central point of the city. Afterwards, visit the NATIONAL MUSEUM to gain an insight into Myanmar. See the eight meter high Sihasana Lion Throne, used by the last Burmese king, and other fascinating artifacts from Burmese history and culture.

Finally, continue to the SHWEDAGON PAGODA, the highlight of any visit to Yangon. Towering over the city, this pagoda is the most sacred spot in the country, built to house eight hair relics of the Buddha. The Shwedagon and surrounding shrines are at their most beautiful during the sunset hour, as the golden stupa reflects the changing colors of twilight.

desde 48,92 €

A curiously cylindrical hill rising sharply from the surrounding plain, Mount Popa is considered to be the home of Myanmar s most important nats (spirits). Visitors ascend up a winding covered staircase encircling the mountain, observed by the curious monkeys that populate the area. At the top is a monastery and temple complex, with shrines to the 37 nats to visit and a spectacular view over the region.

desde 33,31 €