# Immerse in Yangon dwellers life# Experience Yangon local transport diversities # Visit a fortune teller and learn about your future# Explore fabulous markets and sip tea with locals# Photographs of colonial-era structures in Relics of Rangoon
Get beyond the Yangon tourist sites to explore the neighborhoods, markets, and side streets of the bustling capital city on an full-day tour. Ride a slow-moving, local train through the city, explore on foot, and taste some of Yangon’s distinctive treats: lunch, drinks and snacks are included. This small-group Yangon tour is limited to 12 people for a personalized experience.
Bago, formerly known as Hanthawaddy, is a city and the capital of the Bago Region in Myanmar. It is located 91 kilometres north-east of Yangon. Very suitable day trip for those interested in pagodas and temples, and it’s another popular locals’ pilgrim site. Bago is an excellent place to go as a day escape from Yangon and we can see the remains of a former capital, temples, pagodas and monastery. Shwemawdaw Pagoda (the tallest temple in whole Myanmar).Kyaikpun Pagoda, Shwetharlyaung Buddha Image, Kanbawzathardy Palace and some workshops such as pottery and recycle plastic basket workshop to look around. Hinthargone is the birth place for Bago city and one can see the bird’s eye view of the city. During the King Bayintnaung’s period, Hantharwady Dynasty was Myanmar’s biggest emperor ever. European visitors knew as Pegu and very important seaport around 17th Century. We can catch a train at 3pm in Bago station to go back to Yangon if wanted. Lunch will be served at local restaurant.
The most traveler would love to meet on daily activity in Yangon .How the people get on job by train ? where they produce things sales ? where they were going to get a merit after end of a daily activities? The tour will give a little taste of Urban way of life!!
Yangon central railway station to take the circular train ride around Yangon. Circular train is a major transport for locals to commute within Yangon and the suburb. As the train moves slowly with its pace and stops by at a number of stations on the way, you will get a chance to mingle with the friendly locals and get glimpse into the daily life style.
Yangon is a sprawling city with a relatively small downtown area including several markets, colonial buildings, the Yangon River and a very green area with tree-lined streets and several lakes. During this full day tour we will show you the different faces of Yangon from the landmarks to the hidden markets that have seen only few westerners. During the day you will visit the Sule Pagoda, colonial downtown, the harbour, The Strand and one of the colourful local markets. The reclining Buddha will be visited just before taking a tasteful lunch of typical dishes from tribes from all over the country like Kachin, Shan and Rakhine. A local market will lead us to a small station where we take the famous circular train to bring us right behind Bogyoke Aung San market before heading back to your hotel. The tour includes a drink at the Strand Hotel and a lunch at a local restaurant.
Travel to Yangon Burma is more than holiday. It is because Yangon is the largest city in Myanmar (Burma) and home to an incredible collection of Buddhist pagodas, previously known as Rangoon. Additionally the mix a dash of colonial architecture, bustling open-air markets and a variety of religious monuments and you’ve got a thriving city to explore. Without a doubt, taking circle train ride in Yangon is one of the must do activities while you travel to Yangon Burma. Especially Riding the Circle Line train provides a window into the daily routine of the Myanmar people away from the commercial center of the country. So you are to enjoy it – “Seeing is believing ’.
You could take a journey on the circular ‘commuter’ train line then take a local circular train journey to the outskirts of town. You will have the unique opportunity to observe the lively and colorful life of the local rural people. Disembark at a mid-town in the local residential area and enjoy exploring ad midst the friendly locals.
See more of Myanmar on a day trip from Yangon to Bago, a city located about 60 miles (96 km) from Yangon and known for its Buddhist temples and other sites. You'll travel to Bago by train, then visit a Buddhist monastery to learn about the cultural heritage of the Mon kingdom. Plus, catch a glimpse of local life on a trishaw ride through town.
A unique experience to stroll around the city by circle train and interact with locals. Visit rural area and market. Walking through the colonial buildings and its landmarks. Having fresh up drink at historical building The Stand hotel. Cross Yangon river and visit Dala by rickshaw, walk through local village. This signature tour gives you an authentic experiences while you are in Yangon.
Arrange for rising train tickets (from Yangon to Bagan).※ There is no handling of the ticket from Bagan.※ Yangon ⇒ Bagan 16:00 翌日 Next day 08:00 (with sleeper)【Notes】● Passport copy is required for reservation. Please send it to the following e-mail address 7 days before the boarding email@example.com● Ticket is a paper ticket, and the original copy is required to get on the train.● The ticket will be released 3 days before the boarding date. Please note that it may take some time to answer.【Ticket receipt method】* If you are using a flight arriving after 15:00 (Saturday after 11:00) and using the railway on the day of arrival, tickets can not be received at the Yangon branch.A) HIS Yangon branch receipt: Free (Please note the business day and opening hours)B) Hotel reception at Yangon: + US $ 8● HIS Yangon branch opening hoursMon-Fri: 09:00 to 17:00 Sat: 09:00 to 13:00 Holiday: Closed● Access timeAirport HIS HIS Yangon Branch: about 40 to 50 minutes by taxiHIS Yangon Branch ヤ ン ゴ ン Yangon Central Station: 15 to 20 minutes by taxi※ Because there is a traffic jam in Yangon city, please act with a margin.● rates do not include local entry fees.● Holiday information: 7/16, 7/19, 10 / 12-14, 11 / 10-11, 11/11, 12 / 25-26, 12/31
Experience the rare cultural opportunity of exploring the lush Keng Tung and Loikaw area and meeting the local Shan Hill and Paduang tribes. These traditional, well-preserved cultures are completely unique to the rest of Myanmar - even maintaining their own ancient languages. Our 10-day itinerary will take you to the heart of this beautiful old-world culture.
Yangon’s authentic life really is best explored when treading away from the tourism paths. The city revolves around its friendly people, and such experiences have proven to last a lifetime. 4 Hours of authenticity as we dig deep into uncharted city life.
Climb aboard the Yangon Circular Railway to see the city as the locals do, chugging through townships, markets, and neighborhoods at a leisurely pace. You’ll get a taste of daily life as you ride the train then sample market cuisine in Insein; a return trip to central Yangon by taxi saves you covering the same rail line twice, and you’ll check out some key downtown landmarks before drop-off at your hotel.
In the morning after breakfast, meet your local guide and enjoy the sightseeing tour to the town of Dala and transfer to the Nanthida jetty for the ferry boat. The town is famous for it’s the life of trishaw people, the Orphanage houses and local markets. After sightseeing, get back to Yangon by ferry boat in experiencing the ship-yard on the river of Yangon and drive to the station named Yangon Circular Train, which was rebuilt in 1954 by Myanmar architect with the traditional Myanmar architectural style.The wandering journey by a circular train gives you a great chance to see a slice of local people life, and it will take around 3 hours for the complete journey and ends at the first station you take.Return to your hotel.
Seindon Mibaya MonasteryThe last king of Myanmar, at the palace in Mandalay, came to power by killing many of the rival heirs to the throne at the end of the 19th century. Queen Seindon escaped and moved to what was called Moulmein in that period and became a Buddhist nun till her death (her tomb is in the compound in one of the nunneries). She built the Seindon Mibaya Monastery in Mawlamyine which is very fine example of architecture in the original Mandalay palace and has magnificent woodcarvings and other decorations. It’s a monastery so beautiful that one could actually call it a museum.
-Wonderful Kandawgyi Botanical Garden for its colorful flowers-Taking adventure while trekking and riding boat around charming and laid-back Hsipaw-Train over the railway Gokhteik viaduct where incredible and breathtaking views can be seen
Combine Yangon landmarks with a look at daily life in the city on a full-day, private tour that features sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda and a ride on the Yangon Circular Train. Stops at Sule Pagoda and Chaukhtatgyi Buddha make this a great introduction to Myanmar’s Theravada Buddhist traditions as well, and exploring the city in a private car is a stress-free way to navigate Yangon's busy streets.
Scenic Rail Tours to Goteik Viaduct and Three different Highlight of Pyin Oo Lwin. (Train ride from 8am to 12 Noon) and (Sightseeing tour From 2pm to 5pm).Goteik Viaduct train ride tour from Pyin Oo Lwin to Naung Pain Combine with three different local attraction places, December farm, Hampshire fall, Maha Ant Htoo Kan Thar Pagoda.The rolling hills of the Shan State with its luscious plantations are wonderful places to learn more about the rural life and the beauty of the land population. Scenic vill ages, colourful markets and, last but not least, the scenic train ride on Gokteik Railway will enchant you.Nearly 700 metres long and connecting two hills in the heartland of Shan State, Myanmar, you’ll find the jaw dropping Gokteik Viaduct. One of Myanmar’s most stunning manmade structures was built over 100 years ago by the British and still stands strong today.Maha Ant Htoo Kan Thar PagodaThe building of this Pagoda has a history of its own.
Art of Living is the themed destination tour to show the daily life in Myanmar and their way of living and the contract between the ancient times to modern days. There are few aboriginal tribes in Myanmar and hence the tour manager and the guide will explore to entire tribes.
Your starting point and departure point are the same from Yangon international airport. You will be transported to Bagan by night bus after visiting the interesting places in Yanogn. Find the world famous Myanmar ancient temples of Bagan, learn the local life style and visit to Myanmar village. You will stay one night at Meiktila to take a train from Thazi to Kalaw next day early morning. That’s where you can find the different culture, lifestyle. Natural sceneries and the countryside of Myanmar. After staying one night at Kalaw, visit to Nyaung Shwe where Inle Lake is situated. Inle lake is the second largest lake in Myanmar surrounded by colourful mountains. Observe the floating plantations, Intha tribes, the pleasant weather and beautiful natural sceneries. Nyaung Shwe is one of the best places to see the vineyard and winery in Myanmar. Then get back to Yangon by flight.