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Your guide will greet you at hotel to set off on this full day family tour of Yangon.

Travel through the streets of Yangon to Shwedagon Pagoda. Kids will love visiting around the pagoda as there are many fun activities and interesting things to learn. They can make wishes by tossing coins into bowls, make an offering at their ‘animal’ post and see the unusual ‘neon’ Buddhas in the prayer hall.

After visiting the pagoda, take the eastern stairs to the ‘monks market’ where everything from monk robes to alms bowls are sold. It is a colorful spectacle that kids will love.

Next make a stop at Mahawizaya temple where kids can have a chance to feed the fish. Feeding temple fish is a way that the local Buddhist make merit, but great fun for kids who can see the giant fish swim to the surface for a bite of food. From here our car will transfer us to downtown and the fabulous Bogyoke Market. Also known as Scott Market, the building is filled with stalls selling local handicrafts such as marionettes, laquerware and jewelry. To get your family into the local spirit, purchase a traditional longyi, the sarong-like skirt worn by men and women, for everyone and try thanaka, the local yellow paste used as sun-cream. Take a family photo- a perfect snapshop memory of your day in Yangon.

Around midday we’ll head to Kandawgyi Park in central Yangon. With its large lake, views of Shwedagon, replica royal barge and shady walking paths this park is popular with local families and a great place to relax and enjoy lunch (client’s account). Explore and play in the park or relax by the waterside and enjoy the views.

Return to downtown around 15.00 and cool off with an ice cream at Shwe Pa Zun (client’s account) a popular sweet shop which sells an array of homemade treats. The sweets are delicious and it is a great place to meet friendly local families.

Finally, return to your hotel in Yangon or transfer to a restaurant of your choosing for dinner.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 36,41 €

After having breakfast at the hotel, the guide will pick you and drive to Bago which is 80km north of Yangon. On the way to Bago, we will visit to Allied War Cemetery. Upon arrival at Bago, proceed to the KyeinPun -built in 1476 by King Dhammazedi, it consists of four 30m-high sitting Buddhas placed back-to-back around a huge, square pillar, KyatKha Wine Monastery, Shwe Maw Daw pagoda which is the highest in Myanmar, Hintha Gone pagoda, this shrine has good views over Bago from the roofed platform on the hilltop. According to legend, this was the one point rising from the sea when the mythical bird (the hintha) landed here, ShweThaLyaung reclining Buddha Image and the Hanthawaddy Palace which was the capital of second Myanmar Empire. And then, drive back to Yangon.

desde 78,5 €

After breakfast at your hotel, our tour guide will pick you up and we start visit the ?Five Day Market? which is held each day in a different village surrounding the lake. This is definitely a fascinating place to enjoy the scene of local tribes in their colorful clothes and exotic market atmosphere. After lunch, the boat will take you to beautiful temple of Inn Dein, located on the hill overlooking the lake. It will be definitely be relaxing to walk along the corridor and enjoy the giant columns which have been left to the nature for centuries.

desde 33,31 €

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.

desde 36,41 €

Enjoy your city tour including Bagan Archaeological Museum; it has a collection of more than 2000 items including Buddha statues, stucco pieces, terra-cotta cups and pots. Then we will proceed to Tharaba Gateway; The ruins of the main gate on the east wall are all that remain of the old 9th century city. The gate is guarded by brother and sister angels, finding brother in the left, and the sister in the right. Shinbinthalyaung; The temple itself is not very distinguished, but it houses the Buddha in Bagan. The Buddha is in the position of Parinibbana, the Decease, lying on his right side, his cheek resting on his right hand. End the trip at Shwesandaw Pagoda before returning to the hotel; the pagoda bell rises from two octagonal bases, which top the five square terraces. The upper terrace of Shwesandaw Pagoda has become a popular sunset-viewing spot.

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.

Amarpaura es una de las capitales del Tercer Imperio de Myanmar, donde la U Bein Bridge se encuentra. Es uno de los lugares más atractivos para los turistas. Es el puente más largo de teca en el mundo y cerca de dos siglos de antigüedad. La próxima parada de la excursión será la famosa industria del tejido de seda. Mahagandayon monasterio donde más de un millar de monjes vivir y estudiar es el siguiente lugar a visitar. Si el tiempo lo permite, visitantes pueden observar el proceso de la comida de cientos de monjes budistas. A continuación, la excursión continuará INWA (Ava). Esta es una pequeña ciudad en el sur de Amarapura. INWA en el momento de su llegada, los participantes tendrán el caballo de carreras a través de la INWA zona arqueológica, a la Gran Bargaya Monasterio donde se puede ver la famosa colección de imágenes de Buda de diferentes épocas. Producto de la visita al muelle de cruzar en barco a Sagaing en la orilla oeste del río. El Sagaing Hills como se observó un retiro religioso y tener más de 400 monasterios y conventos. A unos 10 km de Sagaing se encuentra el Kaunghmudaw, una enorme cúpula en forma de pagoda construida por el rey Thalun en 1636. En la cercana aldea de Ywataung, se puede ver haciendo plateros de plata por métodos tradicionales. El almuerzo será servido en un restaurante local. En la tarde, los visitantes regresar al hotel.

Your day begins with a visit to Kon Zay Dan Street in downtown Yangon. The market here is filled with stalls selling herbs, plants and even sea shells, all of which are used as medicines in Myanmar. Your guide will help explain the usage of the ingredients. The street is also home to shops sell ing other goods such as famous tea leaf salad, thanaka- the yellow paste worn by many Burmese- and an array of religious items.

After visiting the market transfer to the office of U Shein or Sayagyi U Nyan (note: Visit depends on client’s preference and doctor availability). The U Shein clinic is well regarded both in Myanmar and abroad for the usage of gold ash powder combined with local herbs to cure diseases. They use a metal object to detect problems in the patient then concocts a mixture of gold ash and other ingredients for an individual remedy. This method will be explained and provide background on this work and herbal medicines in Myanmar.

The Sayagyi U Nyan clinic is renowned for their holistic diagnostic method and healing with herbs. A combination of four traditional medicine practices (Alchemy, hot/cold balance, astrology and Ayurvedic concepts) are used to heal patients. If you wish, Dr Sayagyi U Nyan himself can perform a health check-up on you by asking a few questions and feeling pulse points. After visiting the clinic, transfer back to your hotel.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 27,31 €

Around 4 pm, you will be picked up at your hotel for the start of your Yangon by Night tour. Transfer to the jetty where you will board a boat for a 1.5 hour evening cruise on the Yangon River. Enjoy the scenes of river life- with fishermen, local ferries and seagulls passing by- as the sun begins to set. We will offer a choice of snacks, soft drink or water, local beer and liquor is available on client’s own account.

Returning to dry land, take a local trishaw through the streets toward the illuminated Sule Pagoda. This way of travelling is fabulous in the evening, passing the colorful street stalls and illuminated colonial buildings of downtown.

We’ll arrive to Chinatown. This neighborhood is extremely lively in the evening and we’ll take a short walking tour along 19th Street, famous for its lively barbeque restaurants. Dozens of vendors set up satay stalls and other snack stalls here in the evening and it is a popular spot for locals to gather, have a drink and chat with friends. We’ll enjoy a dinner of delicious grilled meats, seafood and vegetable dishes with traditional dipping sauces and side dishes.

Finally we take you to a live music venue for a post-dinner drink. Depending on your interests or the night of the week we recommend My Garden which has live music, draft beers and is popular with groups of young Burmese. If it is a Wednesday or Friday night and you are seeking something a bit more western, check out 50 th Street- the expat hangout- which has a band on these nights. After your night out on the town, your guide and driver will tra nsfer you back to your hotel. (Please note: guide and driver available until 11PM. After that time we will arrange for taxi transfer at client’s expense)

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 63,72 €

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 €

Pick-up at your hotel for the drive to Amarapura, 15 km (30 minutes) from Mandalay. Visit MAHAGANDAYON, a famous Buddhist monastery, where more than a thousand monks live and study; continue to 200-year-old U BEIN teak bridge, built in 1782 at the time when Amarapura was Royal capital.

Visit BAGAYA MONASTERY, with a superb collection of Buddha statues. After lunch at local restaurant, excursion to the former Royal Capital of INWA (AVA) reached by a short boat trip.

Visits by horse-drawn carriage include NANMYINT WATCH TOWER, the remains of the palace building nicknamed ‘the leaning tower of Ava’ MAHA AUNGMYE BONZAN MONASTERY, built of brick and stucco and BARGAYAR MONASTERY, famous for its impressive ornate woodcarvings and teak posts. Continue to SAGAING HILLS, a retreat for Buddhist devotees for sunset.

desde 67,13 €

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