Tour Code: IGT-MAM-15
Duration: 4Days/ 3Nights
Price: US$ 195- 454/ Pax
Designed by Helen (Ms) – Email: helen@indochinagrandtour
* Please find detailed information about tour by click on the tabs: “Brief & Price” – “Detail Itinerary” – “Accomodation”
- Day 01: Arrival Yangon (-)
- Day 02: Full day city tour Yangon (B)
- Day 03: Yangon (by train and car) (B)
- Day 04: Yangon Departure (B)
Land price per person for private tour (in USD):
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Land price included:
- Accommodations with daily breakfast in twin sharing room (2 nights in Yangon)
- Meals: daily breakfast
- Sightseeing as per itinerary
- Transfer and sightseeing with A/C coach
- Entrance fee as per itinerary
- Experienced Engldiish Speaking guide/li>
- Porter fees at the airport
- Complimentary bottle water, refreshments snow towel tissues and small gift.
- Circular train
- Snack at local tea shop
- International air fare
- International airport tax: USD 10 per person
- Personal expenses such as camera fees, tips, laundry service, etc…
- Meals (Lunch and dinner)
- Compulsory dinner in Christmas Eve and New Year Eve
- Early check-in and late check-out
- Visa fees
Day 01: Arrival Yangon (-)
Upon arrival, our tour guide has welcomed you at Yangon int’l airport and offered you any assistance needed before leaving the Arrivals terminal, you will be on your way to check into your hotelto drop off your luggage. Free and leisure. Overnight in Yangon.
Day 02: Full day city tour Yangon (B)
Breakfast at Hotel, start an orientation tour of downtown Yangon. You will drive through Yangon’s busy roads and take a glimpse of the hustle downtown, Mahabandoola Park, Town Hall. See the magnificent colonial buildings of Victorian & Edwardian era architecture. This introductory drive will end with a stop near SULE PAGODA – dating back over 2,000 years ago, for brief photo taking. Next, visit BOTATAUNG PAGODA, named after the 1000 military leaders who escorted relics of the Buddha from Inda over 2000 years ago. Afterwards, you may proceed for lunch.
In the afternoon, visit some of the well known pagodas, including CHAUKHTATGYI Reclining Buddha, and enjoy a break at BOGYOKE (SCOTT) MARKET, a pleasant covered market containing crafts from all corners of Myanmar, gems, fabrics and more. (The market is closed on Mondays and public holidays). Next, photo stop at Royal Lake with the background of the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. Finally visit sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, the finest of Yangon and perhaps the most stunning religious edifice in the world. Take your time to enjoy seeing this impressive feature and watching local people. Stroll on its platform surrounded by set of smaller temples, shrines and pavilions, and observe numerous shops along the stairways selling various colorful items, flowers and books. As the sun sets, the reddish golden rays of Shwedagon reflect on everything around and turning into a magical arena. Great photo time & a moment to take away with you. Overnight in Yangon.
Day 03: Yangon (by train and walking) (B)
Sightseeing Yangon by Circular train: After breakfast, you will transfer to Yangon Railway station to take local circular train journey to the outskirts of town (approx. 45 minutes ride). A ride on the circular train will give you a unique perspective on daily life in the city and the area around it. During the short trip, you will see the scenery change from city to rural, and pass by ponds, villages and scenes of farm life. Disembark to visit Insein market where a variety of street vendors sell colorful wares. Enjoy exploring the market and meeting the friendly locals before returning by road to Yangon.
Half day Yangon walking tour: This afternoon, you enjoy a walking tour around the colonial area which is filled various historical building. A popular place to start is central post office where you will start your walking tour and walk along the Strand Road, and historical Strand Hotel, a landmark dating to the British period, the jetty to observe the ways of life of the people on Yangon River. Then walk in the Pansoedan Street, famous for the most impressive colonial buildings to be found in Yangon. And then to Sule Pagoda, near City Hall are the High Court building and the Emmanuel Baptist Church, Mahabandola Garden. Stop for a drink at one of the local teashops, a great place to soak in the local cultural and lifestyle. As today comes to a close, take a walk around colorful Chinatown: pavement on both sides of the roads turns into night bazaar with all kinds of street shops – food, accessory, fruit & flower shops, etc. You may also visit the wet market on 38th Street. You can simply walk there (or) as a quick alternative, you can hop on a local bus; get off at the next stop and walk towards the market. These markets are part of Yangon’s life, offering nothing for the tourists, all for the locals. Afterwards, transfer back to Hotel and overnight in Yangon.
Day 04: Yangon Departure (B)
Breakfast at Hotel. Free and leisure at Hotel until departure transfer to International Airport
Overnight at hotel as below or similar:
|Destinations||Standard hotel||Superior hotell||Deluxe hotel|
|Yangon||East Hotel (Deluxe Room)||Summit Parkview Hotel (superior room)||Kandawgyi Palace Hotel (superior room)|