Fabulous Journey to Myanmar

This is a meticulously crafted seven-day tour experience for those who seek to explore Myanmar’s cultural with a flair for adventure. Drift away in a boat over the gentle currents of the Irrawady river, cycle around the shrines, valleys, mountains, and vineyards adding colourful hues of everlasting memories to your mind.

This crafted experience begins in Yangon, with you getting aboard a local train to explore some of the most interesting places in Myanmar through a local’s perspective. The tour progresses as we take you through the many cultural and historic attractions scattered throughout the city. The following days unfolds unique appeals from the city of Bagan followed by Inle Lake’s immaculate vistas and Mandalay’s iconic attractions. The tour ends on day seven with a short tour back in Yangon.

7 Days 6 Nights
Highlights of the Tour
Highlights of the Day
  • A circle train ride through Yangon with insights of the city from a local’s perspective.
  • Kyi Myin Daing market tour.
  • A visit to Yangon attractions such as Kandawgyi Park and Shwedagon Pagoda.
  • Bagan sightseeing covering attractions such as Ananda Temple, Thatbyinnyu Shrine, Dhammayangyi Temple, and Sulamani Temple.
  • Exploring Bagan by e-bikes
  • A visit to Taung Kyaung, a teakwood monastery with intricate wood carvings and Kyauk Gu U Min Temple.
  • A visit to the local market at Mandalay
  • Excursions to Mandalay’s prominent shrines and temples
  • Learning the art of making pottery
  • A visit to Bagaya Monastery
  • Climbing Mandalay hill and witnessing the spectacular sunset scenery
  • Witnessing the wonders of Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery
  • Bike Ride to Red Mountains Vineyards and winery
  • Inle Lake and Indein excursion covering attractions such as Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the weaving village of Inpawkhon and visit to the cheroot factory, where traditional Burmese cigars are made by hand.
  • Short walking tour around Sule and Yangon’s colonial buildings.
  • Exploring Bogoke Market
  • Departure from Yangon