The Shimmering Pagoda Complex Myanmar

4 Nights/5 Days

  • Best Time To Visit
    The very best time of year to visit Myanmar is between November and February, with warm dry days bringing in the bulk of the country’s annual visitors. However a visit in the ‘green season’ (the months immediately either side of these high season dates) can reward those looking to explore key sites in more solitude.

Myanmar’s people and history is a glorious mishmash of settlers and invaders from all fronts. The Mon and the Pyu are thought to have come from India, while the now dominant Bamar migrated through Tibet and, by 849, had founded a powerful kingdom centred on Bagan. For the next millennium, the Burmese empire grew through conquests of Thailand (Ayutthaya) and India (Manipur), and shrank under attacks from Chinaand internal rebellions.


Burmese Kyat (MMK)

Official Language

Burmese/ Burmish

Time Difference

Myanmar is 1 hour ahead of India

Arrive Yangon

Day 1

Arrive at Yangon International airport, meet our representative and transfer to the hotel. Later proceed for the sightseeing of Yangon with the city center, visiting Sule Pagoda, the City hall, high Court, Independence monument, among others, where you can see the bustling life of the city. Then proceed to the well known Bogyoke (Scott) Market, the famous market of Yangon and visit the most magnificent religious monuments of the country, the Shwedagon Padoga for the day break sunset. Overnight in the Yangon. (Remarks : Bogyoke (Scoot) market closes on every Monday & Government holidays.

Yangon – Thanlyin (coach/Sampanboat)

Day 2

After breakfast, take a return trip day excursion to Thanlyin (Syriam), an ancient port of Myanmar. Visit KyaikKhauk Pagoda; – A large golden pagoda that rises on a hillock at the North of the road, Thanlyin Market; – along the riverside. You can feel the real way of life. Precede to Kyauk Tan (Yay Le Pagoda) that seat on the midstream. Overnight in Yangon.

Yangon – Kyaikhtiyo (coach)

Day 3

After early breakfast, drive to Kyaikhtiyo Kin Pun (base camp) (180km- 5hours). Golden Rock: a huge boulder completely covered by gold leave, which lies on the edge of a cliff. At Kin Pun, ride on public transportation open truck that leads you to the upper staging point, travellers can also walk to the final stage. Visitors can be carried in sedan chairs by four porters at an extra cost. Watch the beautiful sunset from the Golden Rock precinct for daybreak. Overnight in Kyaikhtiyo.

Kyaikhtiyo – Bago – Yangon (coach)

Day 4

After breakfast, return to Yangon via Bago sightseeing, include Kanbawzathardi Palace: famous Royal palace ruled by King Bayinnaung (1551-1581 A.D.) during second Myanmar dynasty. Shwe Maw Daw Pagoda: was originally built by a Monkingwi the highest Pagoda in Myanmar. Shwethalyaung Pagoda: a reclining Buddha image built in 994 AD by King Mingadippa, it is 180 ft in length and 52 ft in height, a huge gigantic reclining Buddha image in Myanmar. Kyeik Pun Pagoda: built by King Dhamma Zedi in 1476 A.D, four gigantic Buddha images seated posture facing the four cardinal points. Overnight in Yangon.

Departure (coach)

Day 5

After breakfast at hotel, leisure time to pursue individual interest until your transfer to the airport for departure from Yangon.

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