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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.

El producto turístico a la gema del Museo y Mercado, donde se puede navegar por el mundo los famosos Rubíes y Jades de Myanmar, así como diversos tipos de piedras de color. Al final del día, se visitara la Bogyoke (Scott) - el mercado donde uno puede navegar entre los cientos de puestos de recuerdos en busca de gangas.

We will drive to Central Post Office and then walk along the Strand road to the landmark Strand Hotel, looking at Pansodan Jetty and observing busy life on Yangon River. Then continuing walking to see the most impressive colonial buildings until we arrive at Mahabandoola road taking your vehicle to visit the excellent landmark of Sule Pagoda, nearby the City Hall where you can take pictures from outside since it is not allowed for touring to go inside. Ending at Botataung Pagoda; with glass show-cases containing many ancient relics and artifacts which were sealed inside the earlier pagoda.

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.

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.

Early morning, you will leave by car to a major port and important trading centre know as Syriam and visit Yele Pagoda at Kyauktan; it sits on a tiny island in the river. Explore the pagodas and riverside market where you can buy the dry fish, prawns and marine products. Next we will visit Kyaikkhauk Pagoda; an imposing golden stupa before returning to Yangon. 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.

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.

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.

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

Welcome to the world of Le Planteur. Le Planteur is not only a restaurant but an oasis in the city center. Enjoy fantastic ambiance combined with great food. Established and popular since many years Le Planteur offers a unique Fine Dining Experience. Le Planteur is a famous place for outstanding cuisine and hospitality. A long list of celebrities already enjoyed their stay at Le Planteur such as Mick Jagger, the prince of Cambodia, the president of Switzerland and many more wanted to remain confidential.

Sightseeing includes Chaukhtatkyi, a colossal reclining Buddha, the National Museum, filled with artifacts and cultural exhibits of Myanmar. A scenic photo stop on beautiful Kandawgyi Lake, Botataung Pagoda, Scott Market and the Shwedagon Pagoda, arguably the world’s most impressive golden stupa.

Transfer from Yangon airport and sightseeing includes 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.

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

Early morning, you will leave by car to a major port and important trading centre know as Syriam and visit Yele Pagoda at Kyauktan; it sits on a tiny island in the river. Explore the pagodas and riverside market where you can buy the dry fish, prawns and marine products. Next we will visit Kyaikkhauk Pagoda; an imposing golden stupa before returning to Yangon.

On the way visit the National Race Village where can be observed the different cultures of Myanmar's main national races at only at a place without requiring to travel throughout the country. After lunch, drive to Central Post Office and then walk along the Strand road to the landmark Strand Hotel, looking at Pansodan Jetty and observing busy life on Yangon River.

Then continuing walking to see the most impressive colonial buildings until we arrive at Mahabandoola road taking your vehicle to visit the excellent landmark of Sule Pagoda, nearby the City Hall where you can take pictures from outside since it is not allowed for touring to go inside. Ending at Botataung Pagoda; with glass show-cases containing many ancient relics and artifacts which were sealed inside the earlier pagoda.

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

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.

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