Day 1
Arrival Yangon & city tour

Meet you at Yangon airport (or hotel ) and transfer to hotel. Arrived by morning or evening, tour Yangon if time permits. We will give welcome postcard &map of Myanmar.
If arrived morning
City tours includes the area of Buddha’s hair relic BOTATAUNG PAGODA near Yangon riverside. The 100 years old The Stand Hotel, SULE PAGODA at the heart of Yangon. Visit to KANDAWGYI GARDEN to walk around the famous lake and lovely view to the KARAWEIK ROYAL BARGE.
The RECLINING BUDDHA statue and the SHWEDAGON PAGODA is 2,500 years old magnificent pagoda, sheathed in 11 tons of pure gold and 4350 diamonds weigh 1800 carats, one of the fairest place and most spectacular religious monuments in the world, surrounded by an array of temple, shrines and pavilions. Take your time to be at this truly spectacular and remarkable highlight.
The magnificent world richest golden pagoda to watch the sunset. Visit to Bogyoke market the famous bazaar for shopping and walk along the night market. Overnight at Yangon.

Day 2
Yangon - Sittwe by flight

This pretty port in Rakhine State is located at the mouth of the Kaladan River. Those who have already spent some time travelling through Myanmar will notice that clothes tend to be brighter and food spicier here.
One of the focal points of Sittwe is the Atulamarazein Pyilonechanthar Payagyi, which is a large pagoda with a decorated Buddha statue inside. For those interested in Buddhism, the town’s Buddhist Museum is worth visiting.
There are some pretty places to visit around Sittwe. Take a boat trip and explore the three islands located nearby such as Bayonga Island where you will find a community of fishermen and coconut farmers.
Most people travel to Sittwe in order to visit the ancient temples at Mrauk-U. Take a boat trip about 50 miles along the Kaladan River and you will discover an impressive collection of more than 150 antique places of worship. Mrauk-U was a very affluent city between 1430 to 1784 and the area was home to a number of kings, Japanese samurai and a fleet of 10,000 ships.

Day 3
Sittwe - Mrauk Oo (by Boat)

Mrauk Oo was the capital of Rakhine State from the 15th to the 18th centuries, a major cosmopolitan city which to this day retains traces of its halcyon days.
Inside the old city walls are countless abandoned temples, there are ruins in every field and more on top of every hill.
In this site on the banks of the Aungdat Chaung River, three kingdoms had their capitals, but today there is just a charming, sleepy town with friendly, easy-going people. As you tour the deserted religious shrines, farmers stop to wonder at the sight of a foreign visitor: very few make the long yet rewarding journey here.

Day 4
Mrauk Oo sightseeing

We start our visit to Mrauk U’s market, and see the ruins of the Royal Palace and the Archaeological Museum. Also we are visiting Shitthaung Temple, Mrauk U’s most important monument, built in 1535 by 1,000 architects and containing a remarkable collection of Arakanese Buddha images and reliefs. Continue to the multi-spire Andawthein Ordination Hall, with its unique stone carvings, the circular Ratanabon Pagoda, Dukkhanthein, a huge fortress-like temple with vaulted passages containing interesting stone sculptures and Laymyetnha, the first pagoda erected in Mrauk U in 1430.

Day 5
Mrauk Oo - Sittwe by boat -Yangon by flight

Sittwe, also called Akyab , town, western Myanmar (Burma). It is the chief settlement of the Arakan region. Situated on the Bay of Bengal at the mouth of the Kaladan River, Sittwe occupies the eastern side of a hilly ridge affording shelter from the southwest monsoon. After the cession of Arakan to the British in 1826, Sittwe replaced Amarapura as the region’s seat of government and rapidly grew from a small fishing village into a leading port of Burma.

Day 6
Yangon city tour

City tours includes the area of Buddha’s hair relic BOTATAUNG PAGODA near Yangon river side. The 100 years old The Stand Hotel, SULE PAGODA at the heart of Yangon. Visit to KANDAWGYI GARDEN to walk around the famous lake and lovely view to the KARAWEIK ROYAL BARGE.
The RECLINING BUDDHA statue and the SHWEDAGON PAGODA is 2,500 years old magnificent pagoda, sheathed in 11 tons of pure gold and 4350 diamonds weigh 1800 carats, one of the fairest place and most spectacular religious monuments in the world, surrounded by an array of temple, shrines and pavilions. Take your time to be at this truly spectacular and remarkable highlight.
The magnificent world richest golden pagoda to watch the sunset. Visit to Bogyoke market the famous bazaar for shopping and walk along the night market. Overnight at Yangon.

Day 7
Yangon City tour and departure

A short visit to SHWEDAGON PAGODA is 2,500 years old magnificent pagoda, sheathed in 11 tons of pure gold and 4350 diamonds weigh 1800 carats, one of the fairest place and most spectacular religious monuments in the world, surrounded by an array of temple, shrines and pavilions. Take your time to be at this truly spectacular and remarkable high light. China town fruit market at the heart of Yangon.
Transfer to Yangon airport.

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