3 Days Shore Excursion tour itinerary for Bago & Yangon: Experience Iconic Pagodas & Palaces Through Shore Excursion
Go to two historic Burmese cities and sightsee its most famous attractions on this tour. With the help of a local guide, you will get to know the country's history and culture while stopping at Shwetharlyaung Pagoda, Kabaraye Pagoda, Karaweik Palace, Chauk Htet Gyi Pagoda and so on.
Yangon City Tour
Go soft walking around old Yangon city hub with colonial buildings and Small Indian quarter.
Visit the Sule Pagoda, City Hall, Mahar Ban Doo Hla Park, High Court, etc.
Stop at Rangoon Tea House to taste local tea with traditional snacks.
Continue walking on Bank street.
See the Chauk Htet Gyi Pagoda and Kandawgyi Lake with Karaweik Palace.
Proceed to Old Scot Market built in 1912.
Look at the majestic bejewelled Shwedagon Pagoda in the evening.
Yangon - Bag0 by car
Go from Yangon to Bago by car. Stop at the War Cemetery under the supervision of Common War Wealth.
See the monastic life at KyaikKhaWin Monastery where over 500 monks and novices are studying the Buddhist Literature.
Continue toShwemawdaw Pagoda, the highest one in Myanmar with your Myanmar tour guide.
See Kanbawzathardi Palace
Visit Shwetharlyaung Pagoda, reclining one in a smiling face. According to legend, It was built by the King Mingadipa in 900 A.D
View the Kyaik Pun four sitting Buddha Images which are believed to be built in 16 century by a powerful king, Damacedi.
Back to Yangon in the evening.
Circular Train & Dala City Tour by Trishaw
Take a local train for one hour. Drop off at the Inn Sein Station and look around the local Market.
Visit the White Marble Buddha and white elephant park.
Explore the Kabaraye Pagoda and Mahapathana Cave.
Continue to Gem Museum with your Myanmar tour guide.
Walk along the Inya Lake, the biggest lake in Yangon.
Continue to the National Museum.
Hop on board a local Ferry to Dala City and sightseeing by trishaw to see the real-life of people.
Private Burmese guide service.
A/C Car (Saloon) with a tour driver.
Airport Transfer or Hotel transfer.
Seaport pick-up and drop off.
Trishaw Fee for Dala sightseeing.
Ferry fee for Yangon to/from Dala.
Guide's and Driver's meals and accommodation.
Purified drinking water bottle on board.
Fuel, Tollgate fee, parking fee.
Myanmar Currency is called 'KYAT'. 1USD = 1500 ks.
Yangon entrance fee is USD 15 per person.
Bago entrance fee is USD 10 per person.
Lunch will cost you around Kyat 8000 at a local restaurant.
Rangoon (a corruption of Yangon) was built by the king in 18 century. He named it 'Yangon' means 'End of Strike" and now It is the biggest and busiest city in Myanmar with 7 million people.
Under the supervision of Englishmen, Dr William Montgomery and Captain Fraser, Rangoon became the most beautiful and cleanest city in South East Asia and made it capital. It is easy to get a sense of how prosperous of colonial Rangoon was from the monumental architecture that still graces the city's downtown.
Type of Tour
This tour is offered throughout the year on the following days of the week.
- Monday 08:00
- Tuesday 08:00
- Wednesday 08:00
- Thursday 08:00
- Friday 08:00
- Saturday 08:00
- Sunday 08:08
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