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Local Agent : Nyein

Duration : 4 days / 3 nights

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Let us guide you to discover Asia's exotic destination, Myanmar, also knows as the Golden Land. And a golden gem it is...This tour will take you in depth within the country's culture and magnificent sights. 

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DAYS Summary


DAY 01: MANDALAY International Arrival

You may arrive at any time today into Mandalay international airport.

On arrival at Mandalay International Airport, your English speaking guide will meet you in the arrivals area of the airport, with welcome board with your name on it. You will then transfer to your hotel, by air-conditioned vehicle (transfer time approximately 1 hour).

Myanmar's second city is a relatively new creation, founded at the foot of Mandalay Hill in 1857 by King Mindon as his royal capital. This cultural city of Myanmar was bombed flat in WWII and the palace disappeared, along with much else. The palace was rebuilt in the 1990s, and since then Mandalay has undergone a haphazard construction boom.

The city is the economic and religious hub of Myanmar and is full of attractions one cannot deny. Mandalay is centered around the Royal Palace and has wide lane filled with bicycles and motorcycles and is known for cultural diversity. Its surrounding towns are known for hundreds of pagodas and monasteries found in the area. Many famous Pagodas such as Mandalay Myat Muni Pagoda and Kuthodaw Pagoda, which is the site of the world’s largest book are located in the city.

Dinner FREE – At your own expense.

Overnight at Mandalay.

Accommodation: Rupar Mandalar Hotel

  • With guide
  • With transport
  • 4* hotel


Breakfast at Hotel

First head to Mahamuni Pagoda, Myanmar's most famous, 13-foot-high Buddha image.

Then proceed to Kuthodaw Pagoda, whose 729 marble stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures have earned the title ‘World’s Biggest Book’. Continue to Shwenandaw Monastery, the only remaining building from the 19th century Royal Palace. This grand teak building is known forits exquisite woodcarving.

Lunch FREE – At your own expense.

In the afternoon, take a short break and then continue the tour visiting the Mandalay Palace & Fort, which best portrays the golden days of the Mandalay Kingdom.

End the day by experiencing an amazing sunset from Mandalay Hill.

Dinner FREE – At your own expense.

Overnight at Mandalay.

Accommodation: Rupar Mandalar Hotel

  • With guide
  • With transport
  • 4* hotel
  • Deluxe Room


Breakfast at Hotel

After breakfast head to the local market to see the local’s daily life before reaching off the beaten track Thonezepay village by private boat (6 miles away from Mandalay). After enjoying the scenic river views and fishermen rituals, disembark and proceed to the location of your cooking class by Ox carts where you will be greeted by the local head of village. There is a small farm in the compound where you may pick up fresh vegetables, herbs and spices as the basic ingredients. Traditional recipes will be cooked under the supervision of an expert chef. Your very own makings will then be shared for lunch.

Lunch at cooking class.

Then, time to explore the village with your guide! You will observe the making of local products, see some plantations, and visit a 200-year-old monastery. Then hit Mingun by boat, the ancient village where you can see the Mingun Bell, Patotawgyi Pagoda and Myatheindan pagoda.

Return back to Mandalay by boat and enjoy sunset on the Irrawaddy River.

Dinner - FREE - At your own expense

Overnight at Mandalay

Accommodation: Rupar Mandalar Hotel

  • With guide
  • With transport
  • 4* hotel
  • Deluxe Room

DAY 04: AMARAPURA - AVA - MANDALAY International Departure

Breakfast at Hotel

Set off for a day trip to the former capitals of Amarapura, Ava.

The day begins with a stroll at sunrise over the 200 year-old U Bein Bridge, constructed entirely from teak.

Then, visit to the 18th century capital, Amarapura. Attend the daily meal of over thousand monks at the country’s largest monastery; Mahagandayon. Proceed to Ava, the former capital from the 14th to the 18th century and visit by horse carriage the old wooden Bagaya Monastery and the remains of the Royal Palace, the fort, the Maha Aungmye Bonzan and Nan Myint Tower.

Lunch FREE – At your own expense.

According to your international flight Schedule, Transfer to Mandalay International Airport.




Price per person/Double Occupancy

Based on 02 person in group


Price per person/Double Occupancy

Based on 04 person in group


SGL Supplement



Price includes :

  • The transfers, excursions and visits mentioned in the program from Day 01 on arrival in Mandalay to Day 4 until departure from Mandalay.
  • Accommodation with breakfast in hotels provided in the program (According to the list of definitive hotels validated at the final confirmation of the circuit and its dates).
  • Meals as mentioned in the program [B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner].
  • The services of one or more English-speaking guides as mentioned in the program.
  • One bottle of water per day per person,
  • Carrying baggage (except logistical impossibility).
  • English-speaking follow-up 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Price excludes :

  • Drinks consumed during meals and/or outside (mini bar...)
  • Lunches and dinners not mentioned.
  • Domestic flights, prices mentioned separately and subject to special conditions, (20Kg in hold and 7Kg in hand luggage).
  • Personal expenses and travel insurance.
  • Tips ($3 / day / person for guide, $2 / day / person for drivers and $1 / person for porters /
  • waiters)
  • “Check-in” or “late check-out” in the selected hotels and minibar or other drinks, not included
  • in the program
  • All services not mentioned in the program: meals, visits, services, authorization fees for the use of cameras and cameras on the certain sites.
  • Airport departure taxes and any fuel surcharges.
  • Burma Visa Fees.

Please be aware: Passport validity needs to exceed 6 months after return date.

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our local agent


‘I have been working for over 6 years in the tourism industry. My career started once I received my degree in 2005 that included a Chinese specialization. After my qualification, I made the big jump into the tourism field as I love traveling and trekking to explore off the usual tourist trails and remote areas. Being a local who has a true passion for traveling, I am always keen to share precious and unknown information. It’s always more than a pleasure to provide guests with stories about my beautiful golden land and make sure one lives a unique experience.

Consider me as a local friend, and I will make sure you get the golden trip you deserve and that will remain within you forever’.

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