YANGON – BAGO – YANGON 4 days / 3 nights

YANGON – BAGO – YANGON 4 days / 3 nights

: 4 days 3 nights
: Air-conditioned vehicles
: Yangon - Bago - Yangon
: HNRT - MY04
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YANGON – BAGO – YANGON 4 days / 3 nights

Our Myanmar classic highlights tours are crafted to showcase the very best of the country. Make the most of your journey through this magical corner of Southeast Asia with unforgettable experiences in Burma’s top destinations and must-see spots. Our highlights tours offer an all-encompassing discovery of the country while offering unique opportunities for in-depth cultural immersion along the way.

D1: Arrive Yangon (D)
Arrive at Yangon International Airport. Meet and greet by our tour guide. Transfer to hotel and check-in at hotel.
Visit the Chaukhtatgyi Buddha Temple, a famous temple in Yangon for its reclining Buddha image which is worshiped by many pilgrims throughout Myanmar. As for the pagodas, the Shwedagon Pagoda is the most revered ornate pagoda of this Buddhist nation. At dinner, you have a buffet at Karaweik Palace and enjoy a wonderful Culture Show.
- Arrive at Yangon International Airport
- Meet and greet by our tour guide
- Transfer to hotel and check in hotel
- Chauk Htat Kyi and Shwedagon
- Buffet dinner at Karaweik Palace with cultural show

D2: Yangon – Bago – Yangon (B/L/D)
After breakfast, drive to Bago. Start with the Kyat Khat Wine Monastery to see the daily life of the monks in this pagoda. Another pagoda you can visit is the Shwemawdaw Pagoda, which is the tallest pagoda of the country. Here are housed some real treasures of culture and historical Myanmar like the two hairs of the Buddha, according to the local pilgrims. Then, head to the Kanbawzathadi Palace, which was the former home of King Bayinnaung. Finally, visit to the Kyaikpun Pagoda, home to the Four Seated Statues, which  is also the shrine of these Buddhas. Another tourist spots in Bago are the reclining Shwethalyaung Buddha and the cemetery for Allied soldiers from the England Crown, the Htaukkyant World War II Cemetery, a symbole of common and respectful relationship between Burma and United Kingdom.
Finally, stop to visit a Marble Sitting Buddha and aWhite Elephant before arriving to the destination.
Lunch at local restaurant at Bago.
Dinner at local restaurant at Yangon.
- After breakfast.  Proceed to Bago.
- Bago tour of Kyat Khat Wine Monastery, Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Kanbawza Tha Di Palace. 
- Kyaikpun, Shwetharlyaung at Bago
- Visit Htaukkyant War Cemetery, 
- Marble Sitting Buddha and White Elephant.  
- Lunch at local restaurant (Bago)
- Dinner at local Hotel (Yangon)
D3: Yangon Full Day (B/L/D)
After the breakfast, visit the downtown. Go take a look at the Sule Pagoda, a very huge stupa build 2,500 years ago. Proceed to the Kaba Aye Pagoda, within a complex which is the first time Buddhism was a religious state after the independence, thanks to the devotion of the former prime minister of Burma, U Nu. In Maha Pasana Guha, a great cave built at the same time as the pagoda, and you will have the chance to take pictures of the tooth Relic held in this complex.
Then visit the Bogyoke Market, former Scott's Market, a colonial architecture building with antique, Burmese handicraft and jewellery shops, before to go shopping in more modern Shopping Centers, the Junction Square and  the Taw Win. You can see an authorized gems and jewelry shop nearby to end the tour of the day.
Lunch and dinner at local restaurant at Yangon.
- After breakfast, Yangon downtown sightseeing includes: 
- Sule Pagoda, Kabaaye Pagoda, Maha Pasana Cave Boddha tooth Relic Pagoda. 
- Shopping at Boggyoke market and Junction Square or Taw Win (Royal)
- Visit to an authorized gems and jewelry shop
- Lunch at local restaurant (Yangon)
- Dinner at local restaurant (Yangon)
D4: Yangon Sightseeing and Departure (B/L)
After the breakfast, leisure until your departure flight. On the way to the Yangon International airport, you have lunch at local restaurant before taking your next flight.
- After breakfast, Leisure until your departure flight.
- Move to Yangon International airport 
- On the way, Lunch at local restaurant (Yangon)
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MONEY : The local currency in Myanmar is the kyat (pronounced 'chat'). US Dollars are accepted in most hotels and some tourist shops and restaurants, although it is recommended to carry kyat for other purchases, local restaurants and tipping. Moneychangers are found in the main tourist cities.
VISAS : All persons wishing to enter Myanmar must have a visa and a passport with at least 6 months validity. Visas must be arranged prior to traveling to Myanmar. Pre-arranged Visa on Arrival is available for all travelers but must be applied for at least 2 weeks in advance through Hanoi Redtours and cannot be 100% guaranteed.
ELECTRICITY : Myanmar uses 220V, and a mixture of flat 2-pin, round 2-pin or 3-pin plugs. It is recommended to bring a universal plug adaptor. Power outages are quite common but most hotels have their own generator.
GETTING THERE & AWAY : The main point of entry for travelers is Yangon's Mingaladon Airport and a few flights arrive at Mandalay International Airport. There are no direct flights from America or Australia with most visitors connecting via Singapore and Bangkok.
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS : Over 85% of the Burmese population is Buddhist, so most of the holidays are religious based. The biggest celebration is Thingyan, or the Buddhist New Year, which occurs in mid-April and lasts for several days. Almost all restaurants and businesses are closed during this period, but it does not have a big effect on travel plans.
LANGUAGE : The national language is Burmese, of which there are over 80 different dialects. In the cities the majority of people speak good English with a growing number learning in more rural areas.
HOW ARE YOU? nei kaun: ye. la:
GOOD MORNING mingala nan ne khin: ba
GOOD AFTERNOON kaun:tho:nei Khin: ba
GOOD EVENING kaun: tho: nya. nei khin: ba
PLEASE TO MEET YOU twei. ya. da wan: tha ba de
SEE YOU AGAIN noun gya. thei: da paw.
Myanmar has a tropical climate with three distinct seasons: the cool season from November to February which is dry; the hot season from March to May with average temperatures in the 30s (Celsius) and occasionally over 40C; the rainy season from May to the beginning of October with frequent short rainstorms and humidity. The rains are rarely long enough to disrupt sight-seeing plans. For those heading to the beaches, the coast has two distinctive seasons: Dry and Rainy. During the rainy season (April-September), most resorts and restaurants close down entirely and the flight schedule is severely limited. The dry season is delightful with sunny skies, warm ocean breezes, and temperatures around 30-340C during the day.

Hotels used: 
Hotel 3 Stars
YANGON New Aye Yar Hotel  (OR) Similar

1) Accommodation in twin or double sharing room
2) Meals: daily breakfast at hotel, lunch and dinners at local restaurant as specified
3) Meals: special buffet dinner with cultural show at Karaweik Palace
4) Guide: Well experienced English speaking guide service through-out the trip
5) F.O.C policy: 01 F.O.C on twin sharing basis
6) Transfer and transportation with private air-coned coach as per program   
7) Entrance fees for the sightseeing spots as per program (except Museums)
1) International Air Fare & Tax
2) Tipping to guide & coach driver (USD 3.00 per person per day)
3) Travel Insurances 
4) Extra tours not mentioned in the program
5) Visa on arrival fees
6) Personal Expenses such as drinks, tips, camera fees, laundry service, phone charges, etc…..
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