Day 1: Arrival at Yangon (-/L/D)
Warmest welcome from Myanmar and meet with our Professional English Speaking Guide at Yangon International Airport. Transfer to hotel for check-in. Starting sightseeing to old colonial building around down town area of Yangon. Myanmar has the most colonial buildings in South East Asia and the best examples are the City Hall, High Court Building with its Clock Tower and The Minister’s Building which occupies the whole block. Shopping to Bogyoke Aung San (Scott) Market which offers antique, Burmese handicraft and jewelry shops, art galleries, and clothing stores as well as foodstuffs, garments and foreign goods. The market will close every Monday and Gazetted Holiday in Myanmar. Next, visit to Sule Pagoda, Mahabandoola Park with Independence Monument, located at the heart of the city. In the evening, visit to China Town, Enjoy mingling with locals, socked in the vibrant atmosphere, bargain with the shopkeepers for souvenirs and sample the exotic local dishes. Return to hotel and overnight stay in Yangon.
Day 2: Yangon – Htauk Kyant War Cemetery – Kyaikhtiyo (Golden Rock) (B/L/D)
After Breakfast at hotel. Directly drive to Kyaikhtiyo (Golden Rock). Make a stop at the Htaukkyant War Cemetery, largest of the three cemeteries in Myanmar and the final resting place for over 6,000 commonwealth soldiers fought in the Burmese campaign during the Second World War. After visit, directly drive to Kyaikhtiyo Pagoda known as “Golden Rock” and is one of the most revered Buddhist shrines. Regular car or coaches can reach only Kunpun Base Camp at the foot of the hills, the visitors can go to Yathae Taung by trekking or by open trunk car. Transfer to hotel. The tours continue to The Crow’s Mount Cave and main Pagoda. Upon the top of Golden Rock can enjoy the sunset sightseeing from this unforgettable site. Return to hotel and overnight at Kyaikhtiyo.
Day 3: Kyaikhtiyo (Golden Rock) – Bago – Yangon (B/L/D)
After breakfast, return to Kinpun for the journey back to Yangon. On the way, Stop at Bago to visit the Kanbawzathadi Palace built by King Bayintnaung, the founder of the second Myanmar Empire. Continue visit to Shwemawdaw Pagoda the tallest pagoda in Myanmar and believed to be enshrined two strands of Buddha hair. The pagoda also has a bell from King Dhammazedi, a crown from King Bayinnaung, and a spire umbrella from King Bodawpaya. Next, visit to Shwetharlyung Pagoda believed to be built by the Mon King Mingakardeipka in 1994. The impressive 55 m (180 ft) long and 16 m (52 ft) high Buddha image is the second largest in the world. Return to Yangon, Visit to the most important religious monument in Myanmar, Shwedagon Pagoda. This magnificent and imposing pagoda is 90 meter tall and cover with 60 tons of gold with a single 75 carat diamond
grace the tip. Visit three notable places near the vicinity of the pagoda. Afterwards, visit to Royal Karaweik Palace, is rested at the Eastern edge of Royal Kandawgyi Lake that is in full view of the great Shwedagon Pagoda. Transfer to hotel and overnight stay in Yangon.
Day 4: Departure at Yangon (B/-/-)
Breakfast at the hotel and check-out from hotel. Transfer to Yangon International Airport for departure.