Visit Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, also known as Golden Rock, on a day trip from Yangon with a private guide and transfer. Perched on a boulder, this Buddhist pilgrimage destination offers views of the surrounding area from its mountaintop location. Admire the impressive setting as you learn more about the pagoda, which is one of Myanmar's most sacred religious sites. Lunch is included. Note: Females are not allowed in some areas of the site.
Travel from Yangon to Bago with a private guide to visit several stunning pagodas and monasteries in one day. See top attractions such as Kya Khet Waii monastery, Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Shwe Tha Lyaung Buddha, and Kyaik Pun Pagoda. You’ll also meet some local artisans, and pay respects at Taukkyan War Cemetery, created for Allied soldiers who died during World War Two.
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.
Visit two fascinating Buddhist sites on a full-day trip from Yangon to Kyaikhtiyo Pagoda, also called Golden Rock, and Bago, leaving the capital city behind to explore local culture and landmarks. You'll pass through a landscape of paddy fields and forests, browse a pagoda market selling traditional medicines and handicrafts, then tour pagodas in a former imperial capital that's dotted with Buddhist sites. Group size is limited to 8 for personal service from the guide, with pickup and drop-off at hotels in Yangon.
Explore Yangon on an 8-hour private tour with a guide who introduces you to the sights of this former British colonial city, also known as Rangoon. You'll take a ride on the Yangon Circular Train and enjoy a walking tour around city streets to see landmarks and colonial architecture while learning about the history and culture of the area. Lunch is included.
This is amazing Yangon Budget tour that is different from others. Because, the inclusions and places are really amazing. The places that we mentioned in the itinerary are essential to go when you are here in Yangon.The experiences like trishaw riding, train riding are unique experiences also. Besides, our company is serving with the best service with the great team. Our helpful boy team members are helpful, Kind, energetic, hard working, know the customer services very well. That's why, they won't hesitate to help if the customers need help anytime. Our Guides speak fluent English, knowledgeable, fun, responsible and friendly. Our drivers are experienced in driving around. We grantee that you will have the best time in Yangon with Helpful Boy Travels in your visit.
10 Hours Yangon city tour takes you to the best sites of the former capital of Myanmar. ... Highlights: Shwedagon Pagoda, Sule Pagoda, Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, Bogyoke Aung San Market. ...We'll show you all of Yangon's changing faces. Want to create your own customized Best.
Visit the southern city of Bago on a full-day, private trip from Yangon that explores architecture, wartime history, and religious sites. You’ll find gleaming Buddhas and pagodas throughout the city, and see the Second World War-era Allied graves in the Taukkyan War Cemetery. Browse colorful piles of fresh produce at the bustling Bago Market, then stop into a local restaurant for a lunch. Discovering Bago with a private guide gives you deeper insight into each thing you see, from Kyakhatwine Monastery to Shwesandaw Pagoda, believed to be the tallest in Myanmar.
Visit the city of Bago, also known as Hanthawaddy, on this private day trip from Yangon. With a guide, you'll learn about the 15th-century history and architecture of the Han people as you check out landmarks such as Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Shwe Nyaung Pin Nat Shrine, and Kyakhatwine Monastery. Lunch, entrance fees and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
From golden pagodas to colorful markets, Yangon’s must-see sites are scattered across the city, making it a challenge to reach the key points in one day. Take the stress out of visiting with a comprehensive private tour, and cool off in the comfort of a climate-controlled vehicle as you explore; it’s a relaxed alternative to chasing down taxis that leaves you free to enjoy discovering Yangon.
This is an excellent day return trip to Golden Rock from Yangon. Perfect for those who wanted to get away outside Yangon only in a day and particularly interested to see why this place is so special, famous and important Buddhist's site. Leaving Yangon at 7:00 a.m and we'll be passing through Bago city, Htauk Kyant Allied War cemetery, beautiful countryside of Myanmar, Sittaung River and finally get into Kyaikhto Township. A truck car ride up and down hills from Kimpun Base Camp together with local pilgrims will be a great fun. Golden Rock is located about 3600 feet above the sea level. Entrance fees, simple breakfast, lunch, a private A/C car, guide and truck car fees will be covered.
Take a journey through the heart of the to visit some of the most spectacular sights in Yangon. Visit some of the city’s most revered temples, local markets and pagodas. Our journey begins where faded colonial buildings stand next to glittering temples and a short walk turns into an eye-opening discovery of the country’s history and diverse cultures.
Find the differences between Yangon and Dala which is situated on the otherside of Yangon river. Dala can reach about 3 minutes by ferry boat from Yangon. After visiting the suburban area of Dala, proceed to Twante famous for its pottery workshop and back to Yangon by car.
This full day tour is ideal for tourists who like to go private tour and take time to personalize sightseeing in Yangon to see every Hightlights and must see places in one day. On this tour private guide and private car are provided for per group or individual only. Therefore tourists will have their own pace for sightseeing and can ask whatever they want to know about the country as well.
In 1755, King Alaungpaya conquered central Myanmar and built a new city at Dagon, a fishing village that had existed for centuries around the Shwedagon pagoda. He renamed the place Yangon, meaning 'end of strife'.In 1852, the residential areas of the town were damaged by the 2nd Anglo-Myanmar War. After the war, the British seized the power in lower part of Myanmar and reconstructed a modern city, Rangoon (corruption of Yangon). Under the supervision of Englishmen, Dr. William Montgomery and Captain Fraser, Rangoon became the most beautiful and cleanest city in South East Asia and made it capital. It is easy to get a sense of how prosperous of colonial Rangoon was from the monumental architecture that still graces the city's downtown.
Kyaiktiyo Pagoda is built on the top of a mountain and one of Myanmar's most prominent pilgrimage sites.According to legend, the rock and pagoda were placed here atop a strand of the Buddha's hair over two thousand years ago by a celestial king. While there's much debate around historical accuracy, the panoramic views from the Rock are stunning.
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 .
One of our company’s professional English speaking tour guide will come and pick up at your hotel on your appointment time ( about 8:00 AM ).In the morning, we will drive to Bago, on the way we will visit Htauk Kyant War Memorial Cemetery, had 27,000 stone-graves of common wealth and Allied Forces fallen Soldiers in the Myanmar Campaign were Honorably. Bago is also known as Pegu, was the capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century. After arrival to Bago we will visit the 55-metre long reclining Shwethalyaung Buddha, the four seated Buddhas at Kyaikpun Pagoda and we will visitto Kanbawzathadi Palace.After that, we explore the Mon-style Shwemawdaw Pagoda, the most outstanding religious monument in Bago. This golden religious site stands at 114 meters tall, higher than Yangon’s Shwedagon Pagoda, and can be seen from around 10 km outside of the city. After that, we will visit to Hintha Gon Pagoda and then head back to Yangon and transfer to your hotel.
The Golden Rock is one of the best spots to create your best Myanmar impression after driving around 4 hours from Yangon. Not only a day excursion but also one night trip will be worth your time and you are sure to receive the experience of a rough riding up and down with the truck before arriving to this impressive rock. After heading up the only path towards the Golden Rock which will take about 15 minutes walk, we will see the people praying and the vendors selling the local products, and can enjoy the special mystic atmosphere with scenic view of the rock. The stunning rock may always be surrounded by local people while it is in the festival time. The existence of the golden rock on the edge of the cliff is breathtaking and it will leave you speechless and miraculous. It is all about that we can find happiness and peace of mind by viewing and paying respects to it from every possible place.
This trip is a combination of Yangon half day sightseeing and visit to Thanlyin Yele Kyaik Tan pagoda for half day. Firstly you will visit to Yele pagoda and when you arrive back to Yangon, visit to Kandawgyi garden with Karaweik Palace, the area of central Yangon and the world famous Shwedagon pagoda.
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