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9 Day Mandalay, Amarapura, Bagan, Inle Lake & Yangon Tour
  • Tour Category

    Private Tour

  • Tour Types

    Religious, Architecture, Culture

  • Duration

    9 Days

  • Activity Level


  • Language

    English, French, German, Italian, Spanish


Get familiar with the oriental undertones of Burmese culture, on this 9-day tour to Myanmar. Traverse various highlights of Mandalay, Amarapura and Bagan like U Bein Bridge, Ngakwengadaung pagoda and Nan Myint Tower. See the world's biggest bell and the splendid Monument of Love. Go to spiritual Shwenandaw Monastery and Mahamuni temple to refresh your mind and soul. 

  • Go to the sacred Mahamuni temple
  • See the oldest, bubo shaped Ngakwengadaung pagoda 
  • Visit the famous Ngaphechaung Shan monastery
  • Stroll through the bustling Theingyi market
  • Day 1 - Arrive at Mandalay expand_more
    • Arrival at Mandalay airport.

    • Transfer to the city for an overnight stay.

  • Day 2 - Tour of Mingun & Mandalay expand_more
    • Meet and greet your English-speaking guide at 08:30 am in the hotel lobby.

    • Go to Mingun by boat, which is a small village situated on the western bank of the Ayeyarwady River.

    • Visit Pathodawgyi pagoda, renowned as the world's biggest bell and Monument of love.

    • Go back to Mandalay by boat and marvel at the scenic view.

    • Visit the Mahamuni temple, which is one of the three important holy places in Myanmar for Myanmar Buddhist.

    • Proceed to visit local families, where real gold leaves are produced and used by Myanmar Buddhists to adore religious monuments.

    • Visit Shwenandaw Monastery to see the intricate 19th-century wood carving and the world's biggest book.

    • Go to the top of Mandalay Hill to admire the panoramic view over the city and Shan Mountain.

  • Day 3 - Tour in Amarapura & Innwa expand_more
    • Drive to Amarapura and visit Mahagandayone monastery, a school for 1200 Buddhist monk.

    • Visit traditional hand-woven silk workshop and the village in which hand-made clay items are crafted by the villagers. 

    • Drive to Innwa, taking a ferry boat and crossing Small River.

    • Ride on a horse cart and visit Innwa, an artificial island, including its highlights; ruins of Innwa.

    • Proceed to Sagaing and go to the top of Sagaing Hill for a beautiful panorama over the Ayeyarwaddy river and holy hill.

    • Proceed to Amarapura and see the U Bein Bridge, which is the famous longest wooden bridge in the world.

    Spend the night at Mandalay.

  • Day 4 - Arrive in Bagan expand_more
    • Take a local public bus and drive to Bagan for about 4 hours.

    • Arrive in Bagan at 1 pm and reach the hotel to spend the night.

  • Day 5 - Bagan Tour expand_more
    • Visit the ancient Ngakwengadaung pagoda, which has a bubo shape.

    • See the Pathothamya temple to discover an amazing lighting system and beautiful painting.

    • Go to the Nyaung U authentic market, where the extinct white elephant stopped.

    • Visit Ananda Temple, known as the most beautiful temple in Bagan.

    • Stop by the Sulamani temple where you can see two layers of painting from two different Epoca.

    • Enjoy the sunset from Nan Myint Tower, which is the only place for a panoramic view.

    Spend the night at Bagan.

  • Day 6 - Flight to Heho expand_more
    • Fly to Heho and take a one-hour scenic drive to Nyaung Shwe upon reaching.

    • Visit Shwe Yan Pyay, a wooden monastery and temple, which is famous for Mosaiwork.

    • Go boating at the lake upon arriving in Nyaung Shwe. 

    • Visit the floating villages, floating garden, a canoe trip at the village of the Intha (tribe) village.

    • See Phaung Daw Oo pagoda, which is a famous shrine on the lake.

    Stay overnight at Nyaung Shwe.

  • Day 7 - Inle lake Visit expand_more
    • Visit the five-day market, depending on the availability of time.
    • Explore the ruins of Indein and stop to admire a lotus stem fabric making family.

    • Visit the famous Ngaphechaung Shan monastery and return to Nyaung Shwe.

    • Transfer to the bus station at night for Yangon. 

  • Day 8 - Arrive in Yangon expand_more
    • Arrive in Yangon early in the morning.

    • Meet the driver at the high-way bus station and transfer to the hotel.

    • Have refreshments at the hotel and meet the local tour guide.

    • Visit Yangon, the most important commercial city in Myanmar.

    • Visit the Theingyi market where one can see Myanmar daily food, rare snacks and sweets.

    • Make a short visit to Nun's monastery and stop at the mesmerising Sule pagoda.

    • Visit Bogyoke market, which is the popular shopping center in Yangon.

    • Go to the Nanthida port by taking a ferry boat which will take around 15 minutes.

    • Enjoy a trishaw ride at Dala to visit the village to find candle maker family, rice paper maker family and fishermen village.

    • Stop at Kandawgyi park and finally visit the Shwedagon pagoda, which is the most venerable pagoda in Myanmar.

    Stay for the night

  • Day 9 - Depart from Yangon expand_more
    • Transfer to Yangon international airport for departure.

What's Included
  • Mandalay - Gold Yadanar Hotel (superior room)

  • Bagan - Zfreeti Hotel (superior room)

  • Inle - Royal Inle Hotel (superior room)

  • Yangon - Grand United Hotel Ahlone branch (deluxe room)

  • Transportation and sightseeing as per itinerary with private air-conditioned conveyance

  • Domestic flight as per program

  • Hotel accommodation twin sharing based with daily breakfast

  • Boat excursion at Inle and Mandalay to Mingun

  • Canoe ride at Inle lake

  • English-speaking tour guide 

  • All entrance fees for all visits as per the program

  • 2 bottles of mineral water and fresh towel per day/per person

What's Excluded
  • International airfare to /from Yangon

  • Visa fees

  • Other meals and drinks

  • Early check-in and late checkout

  • Personal expenses such as camera fees, tips, laundry service etc.

  • Porter fees at the hotel

  • Any other services not listed above

Know before you go
  • Confirmation will be received at the time of booking unless booked within 7 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability.

  • A minimum of 2 people per booking is required.

  • Tourism in Myanmar is based on cultural tourism. To pay respect, attire should be a blouse with sleeves, and long trousers when entering religious places. 

  • Be prepared with light cotton clothing. Sandal, shoes, sunglasses, mosquitoes repellent, sunblock cream, hat, umbrella are recommendable.

  • Extra charge for Christmas and New Year Eve.

  • Vegetarian and Kosher option is available, please state preference at the time of booking, if required.

Cancellation Policy

For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -

Refund of 80% of the tour price.
Starting From


USD USD---- 925.00
USD 925.00 / adult

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