4 Days / 3 Nights
Mandalay – Bagan – Mingun – Inwa – Sagaing
Mandalay is the capital of the region of the same name in central Myanmar. It is the second largest city in the country with over a million inhabitants. Founded in 1857 by King Mindon, this city on the banks of the Irrawaddy River is known as the last royal city of Myanmar until the British arrived in 1885. They took the city and settled in using it as strategic city and weapon storage. The story explains that each successive dynasty kings of the region have established a new capital around the city, moving some of the old elements.
Bagan… these are temples and pagodas in sight, the ancient kingdoms of the Irrawaddy civilization; Bagan, the Burmese symbol and dream of travelers… We always lack words to describe this magical place!
On a plain of forty square kilometers on the left bank of the legendary Irrawaddy River totaled approximately 2,230 pagodas, monasteries and caves of all sizes and shapes. This is one of the most impressive archaeological sites in Asia.
4 Days / 3 Nights Program have include the cities are Mandalay – Bagan – Mingun – Inwa – Sagaing. You will get the best experience Myanmar Burma Culture experiences.
Services Includes :
- 4 Night Accommodation
2 Nights Mandalay Hotel : 3 Star (or) 4 Star ( Depend on your tour budget )
1 Nights Bagan Hotel : 3 Star (or) 4 Star ( Depend on your tour budget )
( Please kindly ask New Quotation, if you want to change the Hotel.)
- Service of Thai Speaking guide ( other languages on request)
- All excursions and round trip with private air-conditioned car with best driver
- Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
- Drinking water and towel during excursion
Day 1 = Dinner ( Nanda (or) Welcome with Puppet Show )
Day 2 = Breakfast ( Hotel ) , Lunch ( Sunset Bagan Restaurant ), Dinner ( Royal Mandalay )
Day 3 = Breakfast ( Hotel ) , Lunch (Golden Duck Restaurant ), Dinner ( Tom Yam Koong II )
Day 4 = Breakfast ( Hotel ) , Lunch ( Sagaing Hill )
Services Exclude :
# International Flight Tickets
# Offering the Mahamuni Pagoda Handkerchiefs
# Visits not mentioned in the program
# Drinks and personal expenses
# Tips and porters at the hotels
# Tips drivers and guides