IMP-YY02/C >>>Yangon & Envirsons Tour (4Days/3Nights)
Tour Basic: Private
Validity: 01 Oct'14 - 30 Apr'15
Overview: A brief introduction of Yangon and one of its environs Bago - an ancient capital of Myanmar Second Dynasty in 15th century with an additional visit to Twante - a small fishing and pottery making village located on the bank of Twante canal.
Starting In: Yangon
Duration: 04 Days/ 03 Nights
Finish In: Yangon
Tour Type: History, Leisure, Shopping
Departures: Every Day
Price Range: Start From US$ 262...
Places Covered: Shwedagon Pagoda, Strand Jetty, Botataung Pagoda, Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda, City Hall & Independence Monument, Bogyoke Market, China Town, Twante Shwesandaw Pagoda, Pottery Making Village.
Day-01: Yangon Arrival
Day-02: Yangon-Bago-Yangon by car.
Day-03: Yangon-Twante-Yangon by boat.
Day-04: Yangon Departure.
Day 01: Yangon Arrival (Lunch/ Dinner)
Arrive at Yangon airport by flight. Welcome by a tour guide and transfer to Hotel. Lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, visit to Chauk Htat Kyi - a colossal reclining Buddha, Yangon City Center surrounded by various colonial style buildings of World War II & Independent Monument for photo shooting & witness the daily life of local people. Early evening visit to the world famous golden stupa, Shwedagon Pagoda - the golden dome rises 98 meters above its base and is covered with 60 tons of pure gold. Dinner with cultural show at Karaweik Palace a famous restaurant located on the Royal Lake built in the style of Royal Barge used by Myanmar’s old days kings. Overnight at hotel in Yangon.
Day 02: Yangon - Bago - Yangon (Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner)
After breakfast at hotel, drive to Bago - an ancient Capital of Myanmar, 80 km north east of Yangon. Sightseeing Bago. Tour highlights include: Kyatkatwine Teaching Monastery where can see the thousands of student monks having their lunch under the ways of Buddha Guidance; Shwethalyaung Pagoda - a huge reclining Buddha built during 9th century and Mons’ weaving village; Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Kanbawzathadi Palace the palace site of King Bayinnaung who is the founder of Myanmar 2nd Dynasty. Lunch at local restaurant in Bago. On the way back to Yangon, visit Htaukkyant World War II cemetery where 27,000 allied soldiers who had perished during the Second World War were buried. Dinner & overnight in Yangon.
Day 03: Yangon - Twante -Yangon (Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner)
After breakfast at hotel, boat trip to Twante a small town localted on the bank of Twante Canal. Boat trip to Twante - on the way enjoy the life of Yangon River & Rural Village style, Pottery & Fishing village. In Twante sightseeing with horsecart. Lunch onbord on the way back. Arrived Yangon continue visit to Bogyoke (Soctt) Market - where you can browse among the hundreds of stalls for souvenir bargains. Evening take awalk to China Town where can see the many vendors on the platform & can buy the variety of Myanmar products. Dinner at local restaurant & overnight at hotel in Yangon.
Day 04: Yangon Departure (Breakfast)
After breakfast at hotel, transfer to Yangon International Airport for departure.
End of Tour & Services
(Remarks: If time allow within the day of normal rent (10hrs), you can visit more other nearby place by negotiate with your local guide.)
Visa: A valid visa is required to enter Myanmar for all the nationalities. Visa can be apply at the Myanmar Embassies in abroad All the tourist visas are valid for 28 days and cost average of USD 20. Passports must carry a validity of 6 months beyond intended date of departure from Myanmar.
For those who live in the places and countries where the Myanmar Embassies or Consulates are not located, we are able to help you get the pre-approval letter for visa on arrival if you buy the tour services from us. For pre-approval visa it will take about minimum 30 days. After we get the pre-approval letter will email to you with attached file then show this letter to your airline for boarding pass. Visa fee is USD 20 + 2 recent passport size photographs which has to pay directly to Yangon airport immigration and one of our staff will meet and assist you at the airport on arrival. >>> Click here for more detail about Visa on Arrival
Things to bring: Light clothes, slippers (please note that you will have to take off your shoes at all the pagodas and temples in Myanmar when you enter the compound), a hat for the hot and winter season from November to May and a rain coat or umbrella for rainy season from Jun to October, and the medicines that you usually take for your health.
Health Precausion: No special precausion is required except the normal precausions and treatments you usually have before a trip.
Insurance: Clients should take out medical and travel insurance. Click here to buy an international travel insurance.
Direction to meeting point: A representative or our guide will meet you at the Yangon International Airport arrival lounge holding a Myanmar Tourex signboard with your name on it.
International Airticketing: We provide a variety of competitive airfares for both online and offline airlines. Click here to reserve your flight to Myanmar. Or get our staff assistant to find the best airfares and or make reservation.