Visit the city of Bago on this 9-hour tour from Yangon with a guide and private hotel transfers. Once known as Hanthawaddy during Mon Kingdom of the 15th century, Bago is home to religious and cultural landmarks such as Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Kyakhat Wine Monastery, the Reclining Buddha of Shwe Tha Lyaung, Kyaikpun Pagoda, and the remains of Kanbawzathadi, a former palace. Lunch is included.
Take a bike tour in the countryside outside of Yangon for a fresh perspective on rural life in Myanmar. After driving for about 1.5 hours, transfer to mountain bikes and pedal past small villages and farms. Stop to meet local residents and learn about their livelihood, and enjoy a home-cooked lunch in Htee Tan village. After a walking tour of the village, return by car to Yangon.
Experience rural Myanmar on a 5–6-hour tour from Yangon, and visit pottery studios, pagodas and vibrant neighborhood markets. Cross the tidal Twante Canal alongside fishermen and riverboats and explore a renowned potters’ village; explore artisans’ studios and shops then try your hand at the local craft. Climb to the gleaming spires of the hilltop Shwesandaw Pagoda, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and explore a bustling produce market before boarding a return ferry to Yangon.
This is the least developing region in Myanmar and the culture in this area is almost unsought . You will see the unique culture , long neck ladies and their challenges , the nature and tradition , those all are different from the rest of the world .
Discover some of the best of Yangon on a half-day private tour through the city. Visit key landmarks such as Sule Pagoda, the Victory Monument, Kandawagyi Park, the Karaweik barge, and the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. Learn about Myanmar’s history and some of the legends behind the pagodas from your informative guide as you drive around the city.
Travelers can explore the uniqueness of a mix of colonial buildings, and Myanmar traditional art and culture just in one day. Nevertheless, they can try the flavor of Myanmar traditional food during the tour.
The incredible Yangon Tour will allow you to experience the wonder of Myanmar's heart and former Capital, Yangon City where you can unlock the culture, traditional, history and local knowledges and experiences. A professional local guide will take you to the amazing landmarks in Yangon during this Yangon Day Tour including religious pagodas, Shwe Dagon Pagoda, Bogyoke Aung San Market, Aung San Museum, King of Crystal Gems Mineral and Gem Art Gallery, The Lady Aung San Su Kyi residence, China Town and others stunning highlights of Yangon City to discover the most memorial experiences.
You will start this trip by visiting the impressive Taukkyan War Cemetery. Then explore Bago, its market, the most beautiful and important pagodas of the area as well as its imposing Palace. Our local guide will tell you all the stories you need and want to know about those places to make this day unforgettable. Highlight • Shwe Thar Lyaung Buddha, one of the longest reclining Buddha Images • The Four seated Buddha images of the Kyaik Pun Pagoda • Shwe Maw Daw Temple, the Highest one in Myanmar • The famous Taukkyan War Cemetery, built during the second world war • Kanbawzathadi Palace made of Myanmar Teak wood
Bago is full of ancient monuments that have been well kept so it gave us the opportunity of visiting a monastery, a few golden Payas, a reclining Buddha and a Bhuddhist temple in a relaxing and quiet way and it was a breath of fresh air after our experience in the chaos of Yangon.
Enjoying the full look with some of the best highlights Yangon has to offer. Walk through the busy street of the Downtown area to admire the colonial structures built by the British and influenced by the Burmese culture. After seeing the bustling China Town, we leave for the Kalaywatawya Monastery to see monastic ways of lives and to see Buddhist monks lining up and eating together for lunch. Finish off the day with visits to 2 of the most iconic religious sites of Yangon - Chauk That Gyi Pagoda & Shwedagon Pagoda.
Spend a half-day exploring Thanlyin, a historic port that today is a quaint and sleepy village. Travel to the outskirts of Yangon to see glittering pagodas—including on in the middle of a river—and visit the school at the Suthaungpyay Monastery.
Urban Adventure tour in Yangon. Henry's Village Home is located just beside Yangon - Naypyitaw Highway Road, near 9 miles. Trekking, village walk, bush walk and seeing the real countryside and untouched trails along our trekking. Ngarzutaung Village has garden, chicken and pig firms, weaving cottages and very simple locals people live. End of the trekking tour through rubber forest, Ngamoeyake Creek, open truck will pick up and back to Henry's Village Home. Relax and stay like your home, if not tired, can participate in authentic Mon foods cooking in the kitchen. Perfect tour for family visit, couples and honeymooners as this is very quiet village home. Eat well, sleep well and we can be in touch with gardener's family, look at the organic garden and appreciate Henry's collections of recycled furniture, plants, books and others. At the end of day, we'll leave Henry's Village Home and back to Yangon with great memories of day escape tour near Yangon.
Leave the bustling city of Yangon behind and travel to the city of Bago for a day trip. The city is filled with stunning pagodas that your guide can explain more about as you explore. Learn about silent monks, see a reclining Buddha, and admire the large 4-sided Buddha that stands at a whopping 92 feet (28 meters). Hotel pickup and drop-off within Yangon is included.
Tucked deep in the Shan Hills, Kakku has kept its stupas hidden for years. Still, little traffic moves to this amazing place near Taunggyi, for reasons unexplained. Hiking through the low lands and into the hills to reach Kakku is the icing on the cake.
In this tour, We will head to Yangon Railway Station to take a circle train for a half-day to see the ways of lives of the local. Our tour will start at 09am in the morning by purchasing City Train Ticket then hope into the Throughout the three-hour journey of Yangon Outskirts, we will pass through 38 stations. It is the best way to know the local while meeting an average of 100,000 daily commuters including monks and vendors hop on and off between stops selling boiled peanuts, fruits and Myanmar traditional food. We would be observing the way of Burmese daily life in a day.. In the afternoon, we get back at the Yangon Railway Station,
The local wow factor is packed in to perfection in this full day venture through, around and in Yangon. Taking centre stage, alongside seeing the city’s landmarks, is the circular train, taking customers around and through the former capital of Myanmar.
Our local and knowledgeable guide will pick you up at the airport to start the tour of Pindaya Cave. During this day, we will bring you to the famous Pindaya Cave, the incredible Sin Khaung Taung Kyaung Monastery and Pone Taloke Lake.Highlight • Visit Shwe Oo Min Cave • Hsin Khaung Taung Kyaung monastery • Historical Pone Taloke Lake
Cross Yangon river by ferry to discover the Dalla, then continue to Twante and exploer Twante Pottery village. Cross the Yangon river by local ferry, then take a trishaw and visit to local monastic school. You can make donation if you wish. Then take a visit to Chu Chu workshop and learn how you can turn plastic & garbage into useful product. Take a local taxi to Twante, discover Twante canal and how local produce pottery products.
The circle train around Yangon takes 3 hours and give you an insight into 'real' Yangon. Around Yangon in three hours! Opened in 1961, the train carries an estimated 15,000 to 20,000 people a day, starting and ending at the Central Station in downtown Yangon. The circle train will throw you into life the way the locals live it, and it’s a great way to participate without being obtrusive. There are several stops along the ride where you can take pictures and simply disembark.
Visit the city of Bago on this 9-hour tour from Yangon with a guide and private hotel transfers. Once known as Hanthawaddy during Mon Kingdom of the 15th century, Bago is home to religious and cultural landmarks such as Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Kyakhat Wine Monastery, the Reclining Buddha of Shwe Tha Lyaung, Kyaikpun Pagoda, and the remains of Kanbawzathadi, a former palace
Discover the diverse and historic city of Yangon as you visit its glittering pagodas, pace around its colorful local markets, enjoy a traditional Burmese lunch, and ride the Yangon Circular Railway on this full-day tour.