- Hotel accommodation with twin sharing based on (including breakfast)
- Transfer and transportation air-conditioned Coach with driver service
- English language throughout guide service
- Zone fees and entrance fees as per itinerary
- Domestic Flight ticket for (Mandalay – Yangon). The price may be changed wihout prior notice
- Train ticket fare for Hsipaw Trip
- Express bus fare for Yangon - Mandalay
- Meals as per itinerary
- Airport porter charges
- International air fare
- Visa fees (Get free Visa for Singapore,Thailand ,Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Bernie, Philippine and Indonesia)
- International departure Airport tax
- Personal expense (tip, phone call, laundry service, beverages and etc.,)ю Suggested TIPPING for bellboy, boat crew, driver: depend your budget
- Travel Insurance
- Compulsory dinner (X'mas& New Year Eve)
- Services not mentioned above
- Optional tours
Early morning arrive at Mandalay and drive to PyinOoLwin, formerly known as Maymyo through beautiful twisting and turning road winding through road side villages <approx 2 ½ hour>. Maymyo is home to many ethnic tribe, famous for its climate weather, a popular hill station of the British during colonial days in Myanmar, impresses with its many churches, colonial buildings with gables, turrets etc. Horse-drawn carriages still play major role in transport means. Visit enchanting Maymyo market with multicolored flowers and vegetables and botanical garden of 432 acres "laid out by Sir Harcourt Butler, former Governor of Burma" to observe the conservation of diverse botanical species around the world. The first place for sightseeing starts with the pleasant picnic spot Peik Chin Myaung Cave, near Wetwun Village. Following up is Pwe Kauk Waterfall (8 km from the town.) The another highlight is National Kandawgyi Garden(about 50 acre in size containing , 4048 trees mostly pine varieties, 575 different floral species and many exotic fruits and flowers and Chinese Temple. Overnight at hotel in PyinOoLwin.
Breakfast and visit morning market with Shan and other tribal people from nearby villages usually come to trade. A beautiful boat ride along the Dottawadi river <approx 5 hour> to tribal village along the river. Take 1 hour boat ride upstream river for nice scenery with the mountain, valley, fruit plantations along the river. Stop boat riding to take short trekking up the hill through fruit plantation for 45 minutes to visit old Tai (SHAN) monastery which is 150 yrs old, sitting alone in the forest pass through the plantations of pineapple, papaya, orange which are widely grown along the way to the monastery. Learn interesting thing at the monastery and return to the jetty, again boat ride to the river confluence at which swimming is available on the individual wish. On the way back of boat ride, go visit to a SHAN village which has typical houses with a small charming garden. Overnight in Hsipaw.
After breakfast at hotel, transfer to Rail way station at 08:00 Am for an adventurous train journey to NaungPein village. The trains pass over Gokteik Railway Viaduct. When the Pennsylvania Steel company built the viaduct a 300 meters deep gorge a century ago, it was the second highest bridge in the world. The view from the train is fascination and the scenery is beautiful. At NaungPein our driver is waiting for you. And come back to Mandalay. Overnight at hotel in Mandalay.
Early morning breakfast at hotel, excursion to Amarapura; visit Mahaganyon Monastery, where more than a thousand monks live and study and visit to U Bein Bridge. There you can take a walk over the world’s longest teakwood bridges. Continue drive to Mandalay visit to MahaMyat Muni Pagoda. The legendary pagoda is home to one of Myanmar's most revered Buddha Images which have been covered with so many layers of gold leaf over the years that they now have an almost lumpy surface. While in Mandalay you will have the opportunity to visit several workshops and learn about the city's traditional industries, such as Kalaga Tapestry production and wood carving which have remained unchanged of centuries.
In the afternoon, you will visit the Kuthodaw Pagoda, nicknamed the "World's Biggest Book" because of the 729 stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures, before heading to the ShwenandawMonstery, the only building of the Royal Palace built in the 19th century still standing and it's famous for its exquisite wooden carvings. To round off your day of sightseeing you'll then take a 45 minute walk up the 900 stairs to the top of Mandalay Hill. In the evening transfer to airport for flight back to Yangon. Overnight at hotel in Yangon.
After breakfast at hotel, shopping at Bogyoke (or) Scott Market a famous shopping center to enjoy display of Myanmar handicraft (Note: Market is closed on Mondays and Public Holidays). And proceed to visit Kaba Aye (World peace) Pagoda, it was also known as the " World Peace Pagoda" and Mahapasana Cave, where the sixth Buddhist synod took place. On the way visit to Kyauktawgyi Pagoda also known as Lawka Chanthar Arbayar Labamuni Buddha Image at MinnDhamma Hill, there is an Elephant house where the three white elephants are kept. And then transfer to Yangon International Airport for Departure.