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Our company driver pick up your hotel at 09:00AM.A visit to the ancient cities of Amarapura,Sagaing,Mingun,Innwa/Ava are exciting and destination for visitors.Explore ancient cultures, ancient building techniques and beautiful scenery.
If you’re visiting Mandalay for the first time, orient yourself in Myanmar’s second city with ease during a full-day sightseeing tour that’s designed with time-pressed travelers in mind. Rather than navigating an unfamiliar city alone, you’ll be transported between dispersed attractions in air-conditioned comfort and benefit from the insider knowledge of your guide.
Follow in the footsteps of ancient Burmese royalty on a full-day trip from Mandalay to three of Myanmar’s onetime capitals, with a private guide to share local history and background. You’ll explore centuries-old ruins by horse cart in Inwa, then discover Sagaing’s shining white and gold pagodas, dining on traditional Myanmar cuisine at the top of Sagaing Hill. Finish the day with a gorgeous sunset in Amarapura, whose teakwood U Bein Bridge is among the most iconic sights in Myanmar.
See the pagodas and ancient cities of Myanmar on this 12-hour small-group tour from Mandalay that introduces you to a bit of local life and Burmese history. Heading south of the Irrawaddy River, enjoy the convenience of visiting cultural and historical attractions with a guide, meet some local people, and enjoy scenic photo ops. Lunch is included. Tour is limited to 12 people.
Pick you up at your hotel on your appointment time at your hotel.We will visit to Amayapuya, visit Mahagandayon,and then, proceed to Sagaing Hill. The Sagaing Hill is dotted with pagodas and there are over 500 monasteries, a retreat for some 6000 monks and nuns. Soon U Ponyashin Pagoda, KaungHmuDaw Pagoda (a copy of the Mahaceti pagoda in Sri Lanka) and Ywahtaung (home of the silversmiths’guilds) are places worth visiting.Proceed to Ava (Innwa) by a ferry ride from Duhtawadi River when reaching Ava, ride a horse cart through the ancient city walls to visit MahaAungMyeBonZan . You will then climb up the top of Nan Myint Watchtower to have lovely views over the river. Then, continue to the impressive wooden monastery of Bagayakaung then, to Amarapura and to the 200 years-old Ubein teak bridge, built in 1782 at the time when Amarapura was the Royal Capital and route stop at a traditional hand-weaving silk workshop. Sunset at U Bein Bridge. And then, we will transfer back to your hotel.
Journey on cruise on the Irrawaddy River to the ancient city-Mingun, visiting many famous Buddhist shrines, monasteries, meditation centers and monuments of historical and cultural importance of Mingun home. In the evening, you will enjoy sunset along the Irrawaddy River as you sail back to Mandalay.
Explore Mandalay culture and heritage with a private guide on a full-day tour that covers the city's top sites. You'll start at U Bein Bridge, visit a monastery to see the procession of monks, and join a crowd of locals for lunch at a local tea house. In the afternoon, continue to another important monastery and a pagoda that's home to a remarkable Buddhist scripture, then watch the sun set from Mandalay Hill, enjoying personalized service throughout the day.
Driver will pick you up your hotel at 09:00AM.This is a day trip designed to visit different parts of city.These city landmarks are very beautiful and interesting places.When you arrive in Mandalay,you should visit Amarapura,Sagaing,Innwa cities.
Cruise to the Ayeyarwady River town of Mingun on a half-day tour from Mandalay, exploring the gorgeous Myanmar countryside that's outside the city limits. You'll visit an unfinished pagoda at the edge of the river, see the vast Mingun Bell, once the largest on earth, and climb a terraced pagoda for sweeping views across the landscape. With all the details taken care of, this tour is a great way to get beyond Myanmar's main sites and into the heart of a fascinating country.
Experience an action-packed day south of the river, full of golden pagodas and ancient cities designed to show you the best that the Mandalay region has to offer. Your local guide will take the hassle out of ticking off those must-see sights. • Admire the many monasteries and golden pagodas of Sagaing • Learn more about the quest for spiritual enlightenment at a famous Buddhist university • Visit the ancient city of Inwa and its iconic sites such as the Barayar Monastery and Yadana Hsimi Pagodas • Explore the 'immortal city' of Amarapura and watch the sunset from the longest wooden bridge in the world
Our tour guide will pick you up at the hotel and start Mandalay Historical Tour from Mingun Pahto Taw Gyi by boat, the ruins are the remains of a massive construction project made by King Bodawpayar in 1790 which was intentionally left unfinished. Then, keep going to visit Mingun Bell and Myatheintan Pagoda. After that we will get back to Mandalay. Then, we are going to visit Kuthotaw Pagoda (World’s largest book, UNSECO). Then, our guide will lead you to Mandalay Yadanabon Palace, royal palace of last Myanmar Kingdom. Then, we are going to visit Shwenandaw Monastery, known for its teak carvings of Buddhist myths, which adorn its walls and roofs and it was built in the traditional Burmese architectural style and then we will take a walk to Atumashi monastery nearby Shwenandaw Monastery. After that, we are going to feel the sunset from Mandalay Hill. We will offer you a free ride to the place you are staying at. End Tour.
Discover the fishing culture of the Hsithe village during this day trip from Mandalay. Located on the banks of the Ayeyarwaddy River, the people of this village make their living mostly from fishing and making handicrafts. Learn how to cast a fishing net, observe the local wildlife, enjoy a local lunch, and see what life is like in rural Myanmar on this full-day excursion.
Visit to Sagaing. Boasting over 600 white-painted pagodas and monasteries. Immerse yourself in this spiritual heritage visiting pagodas such as Swan Oo Pon Nya Shin and U Min Thone Sae. Stop at a small pottery village for a demonstration of creating the water pots found throughout Myanmar. Next, drive along the Irrawaddy River to Mingun to the unfinished Mingun Pahtodawqyi. 90 ton Mingun Bell, considered the world’s largest un-cracked ringing bell. Visit to Amarapura, the ‘City of Immortality’. Visit a silk weaving workshop producing exquisite handmade products. Take a stroll along the 200 year old teak U Bein Bridge, the world’s longest teak span.
Visit three popular destinations outside of Mandalay in one day on this day trip to the ancient cities of Ava, Amarapura, and Sagaing. Travel by vehicle, ferry, and horse-drawn carriage to reach the cities' historical sites, including numerous pagodas, a teak bridge, and more. This tour includes all transportation with hotel pickup and drop-off from Mandalay.
MOGOK is popular in Myanmar as the Ruby Land. World class precious Ruby were found in Mogok; the valley of rubies in Myanmar. You will experience the quiet town, pleasant weather which is even colder than Pyin Oo Lwin and Kalaw in Myanmar. Lesser known summer vacation spot for even Myanmar people. Not touristic and very easy to move around the town and explore. Lisu, Shan, Chinese, Bamar, Karen, Palaung Indian and Gurkhas ethnics people are living in peace and harmonious ways, and we'll get to know more insightful culture of them, living styles, costumes and their foods. As well as a leisurely trek to the villages and gardens, swimming at pristine waterfall, and tasting plenty of foods will be amazing experiences for you. It will be also included mountaineering experiences, motorcycle ride, listening Lisu music, and a land transport all the way from Yangon, Mandalay and end up in Mogok after passing 999 mountains drive. A real gem trip!
Explore the magnificent culture and beautiful natural heritages of Myanmar and discover the colorful cities of Myanmar with a close look at the local life of the historical former capitals of the old kingdom of Myanmar: Amarpura, Ava and Sagaing.The wonderful trip provides you the significant highlights of the cities such as U Bein Teak Bridge, Maha Ghandayon monastery, Ancient capital Ava and the wooden Bagaya Monastery, Sagaing Hill, Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda, U Min Thonze or 30 Caves. Enjoy wonderful sunset view over temples and pagodas in Sagaing and over Ayeyarwaddy River.You will tour the city with one of our best professional tour guides and learn the Myanmar's culture and history. This tour includes pickup and drop-off at your hotel/airport/Bus Terminal, entrance fees and all transports by a modern air-conditioned vehicle.
There are many British colonial houses and Christian churches in Pyin Oo Lwin. Most of the colonial houses are situated at the south end of the circular road.Candacraig Hotel, originally a guest house of The Bombay Burma Trading Company, was built in 1904.Nan Myaing Hotel, former the colonial rest house called Craddock Court.Gandamar Myaing Hotel, formerly known as ‘Croxton’ is one of the old British mansions converted into hotel.The original Governor’s House was built in 1903 and completely destroyed in about 1943. The impressive replica of the colonial Governor’s House can be viewd as a high class hotel at that place.All Saints Anglican Church, founded in 1912, is one of the historical churches in Pyin Oo Lwin.
Visit the hill town of Pyin Oo Lwin on a private tour from Mandalay. You'll check out a local market, a pagoda, and a botanical garden for an introduction to the town's culture and history. This tour allows you to avoid the hassle of finding your own way out of Mandalay so you can relax and enjoy a pre-planned journey.
Trade the bustling streets of Mandalay for a day of peace and tranquility in the Buddhist city of Monywa on this private tour. Spend your day exploring Buddhist pagodas filled with thousands of images, statues, and woodcarvings of Buddha. Learn about the teachings of Buddhism from your own personal tour guide and then tuck into a delicious lunch at a local restaurant before heading back to Mandalay.
Excursion to 3 Ancient Capitals nearby Mandalay: Sagaing, with numerous Buddhist monasteries, Innwa (Ava), an ancient imperial capital from 14th to 19th centuries and Amarapura, the capital of Myanmar twice in (1783–1821 and 1842–1859).HIGHLIGHTS- Exploring Sagaing Hills for numerous pagodas, monasteries and nunneries to learn daily life of Buddhist Nuns, - Visit to Innwa (Ava) includes, Maha Aungmye Bonzan Monastery (or) Mei Nu Oke Kyaung (a brick stucco monastery) built by Nanmadaw Mei Nu, the chief queen of Bagyidaw, for her royal abbot U Bok in 1822. - Bargaya Kyaung (or) Bame Kyaung, built in 1834, the entire monastery is supported by 267 teak posts (the largest measures 60 ft in height and 9 ft in circumference)- Nanmyint Watch Tower – A remnant of the palace built by King Bagyidaw, at the center of old Innwa, - A visit to Amarapura to take a stroll and have a nice photo stop at U Bein Bridge, the world’s longest teak bridge nearly 200-years-old.