Myanmar Classic holidays of Magic Culture

Trip code: MKMYC6d
Trip price: Please contact us for details.
Duration: 6 days 5 nights
Departure: Yangon

Trip itinerary

Day 1: Arrival Yangon (L/D)
Arrive Yangon international air port. Welcome and  transfer  to   your Hotel. After a short rest, visit Yangon bustling down town, the Reclining Buddha Image (Chaukhtatgyi – Myanmar second largest) and one of the world’s wonder Shwedagon Pagoda.
Lunch and Dinner at hotel.
Overnight stay at your hotel in Yangon.

Day 2: Yangon / Bagan(B/L/D)
Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to the airport for a morning flight to Bagan. On arrival, visit Nyaung Oo colorful local market, Shwezigon – proto type of Myanmar stupa, Gubyauk Gyi – 13th century finest mural paintings, and Htilominlo – the finest stucco carving. Afternoon visit the Saraba gate – 9th century masonry city gate, Ananda – most beautiful temple in Bagan, Ananda Okkyaung – 17th century mural painting, Mingaba Gubyaukgyi – early 12th century mural paintings, Manuha and Nan Phayar – one of the two sand stone temples in Bagan, sunset from a temple’s terrace or optional horse cart ride among the temples during sunset.
Lunch at hotel.
Puppet show and Dinner at a local restaurant.
Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 3: Bagan  (B/L/D)
Breakfast at hotel. Optional sunrise view from a temple terrace. Morning walk along the temples avenue: from Mimalaung Kyaung to Pahtotharmyar, Nat Hlaung Kyaung, Ngekywe Nadaung, and Thetbinnyu temple – the highest temple  in Bagan, and Shwegugyi temple – famous for Bagan style Buddha Statue. Then continue to visit Nagayon temple – late 11th century standing Buddha Image protecting by Dragons, proceed to New Bagan to visit a lacquer ware workshop. Afternoon visit Dammayangi – the most massive temple, Dhamayarzaka – one of the few stupas with 5 entrances in Bagan, Minanthu village and its temples –  Phayar Thonezu and Nandamanya temple – 13th century finest mural paintings,  sunset view from a temple terrace or optional sunset boat trip on the Ayeyarwaddy River.
Lunch at a local restaurant located on the Ayeyarwaddy River bank.
Dinner at hotel.
Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 4 : Bagan / Mandalay B/L/D)
Breakfast at hotel. Morning transfer to the airport for a flight to Mandalay. On arrival transfer to Amarapura an ancient capital of Myanmar Kings during 18th and early 19th century to have an extraordinary experience of Myanmar Theravada Buddhism in Mahagandayon Monastery where more than a thousand of monks live. Have a walk on the 200 years old U Bein Bridge built across the Taung Thaman lake with the support of hundreds of teak wood posts. Enjoy the local people picnic spot where tea shops are laid down under the shady big trees on the shore of the lake. Proceed to Mandalay. Afternoon visit  Shwenandaw monastery – masterpiece of 19th century woodcarving, Kuthodaw pagoda – enshrined 729 marble slabs of Buddhist scriptures, Mahamuni Buddha Image – the most revered Image in Myanmar covered by 2cm thick of gold leaf, Shwe Inn Bin monastery – fine teak wood carving,  and gold leaf making workshop.  Sunset view from the Mandalay Hill.
Lunch at a local restaurant.
Dinner at hotel.
Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 5: Mandalay / Yangon  (B/L/D)
Breakfast at hotel. Morning by boat to Sagaing to visit Sagain Hill covered by pagodas, temples, monasteries and nunneries. Drive up to the Sunoo Ponya Shin Pagoda on the highest point of the hill to see the peaceful panoramic view of Sagaing Hill and Ayeyarwaddy River. Visit a nunnery to observe the nuns’ daily life. Proceed to visit Kaung Mu Daw Pagoda – the 17th century gigantic dome shape stupa.  Then visit the pottery making and silver smith workshops.  Afternoon cross the river to visit Inwa. Take a local pony cart to stroll around this ancient capital of Myanmar kings since 15th century. Climb up the 19th century Nan Myint Tower to see the view of old city wall and mote, walk through the compound of Menu Okkyaung –  a 19th century fine masonry monastery,  see the huge teak posts of Bagaya Monastery – another 19th century wooden building but still serves as an active monastery with learning kids and teaching chef monk. From there transfer to the airport for a late afternoon flight to Yangon. On arrival Yangon transfer to your hotel
Lunch at a local restaurant.
Dinner at hotel.
Overnight stay at your hotel in Yangon.

Day 6: Yangon (B/L)
Breakfast at hotel. Morning visit the spice market in Indian town, inter-connecting with the shop keepers who are eager to show you their numerous kinds of goods. From there walk ten minutes to the famous Bogyoke Aung San Market where one can find all kinds of everything from Myanmar exotic snack to precious Mogok Rubies, enjoy among the city people’s shopping. Continue visit to the Naga Glass factory where all the glass wares are made by hands.  Afternoon stroll around the bustling China town’s famous food shops and see the oldest Chinese temple in town before transfer to the airport for your international departure flight.
Lunch at a local restaurant.


Myanmar holidays

Trip price

City /town Hotel Category
Comfort Superior Deluxe
Yangon Thamada (superior) Kandawgyi Palace (superior) Sedona Yangon (deluxe)
Bagan Thande (superior) Bagan (deluxe) Thiripyitsaya Sakura (deluxe Garden View)
Mandalay Mandalay city hotel (superior) Mandalay Hill Resort (superior) Sedona Mandalay (deluxe


Trip includes:

  • Transfers and transportation by private A/C vehicle
  • Services as mentioned in     the itinerary (Tours – Excursions – Entrance fees – Boats fare)
  • English or French or German speaking Guide throughout the tour
  • Domestic flights and domestic airport taxes
  • Accommodation with breakfast in twin sharing as per your choice
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Baggage handling in airports and hotels
  • 1 foc  in twin sharing  room for every group of 15 paying adult, in single room over 30 paying adult.

Trip excludes:

    • Visa fees
    • International flights
    • International Airport Tax ( 10 US$ per person in Yangon )
    • Services not mentioned in the itinerary
    • Drinks, and personal expenses