5D YANGON – BAGO – KYEIKHITIYO

Min 4 to Go
itinerary is not null

Sales period: Till 1 March 2019
Travel period: Till 31 March 2019

fr. SGD 888

Highlights

  • Return Airport Private Transfer
  • 3 Nights’ Accommodation in Yangon Hotel with Daily Breakfast
  • 1 Night Accommodation in Kyeikhitiyo Hotel with Breakfast
  • Tours and Meals on Private Tour Basis with English Speaking Guide

 

PACKAGE EXCLUSIONS:-

Other Food and Beverages Expenses, Personal Expenses, Personal Travel Insurance, Travel Visa, and Tipping Guideline USD3/Person/Day

 

Dinner

Upon arrival at airport, transfer to hotel. Start your trip with a visit to the 99-metre high gold-plated stupa topped with diamond studs – Shwedagon Pagoda over the sunset. Next, enjoy International Buffet Dinner with cultural show at Karaweik Palace. Overnight at hotel in Yangon.


Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

After breakfast at hotel, transfer to Kyeikhtiyo. Enroute, visit Kyaik Pun Pagoda, home to four gigantic Buddha images all in sitting posture facing the four cardinal points of the compass, Shwethalyaung Pagoda, the world’s most beautiful reclining Buddha..  After lunch, continue the drive to Kyeikhtiyo. Upon arrival at Kin Pun ‘Base Camp’, ascend up the Yathae Hill by a hill truck. Be prepared to catch the grandiosity of the magnificent and famous Golden Rock, Kyeikhtiyo Pagoda, a huge boulder completely covered by gold leaf and delicately balanced on the edge of a cliff – an incredible feat of nature! Make sure you catch and savour the beauty of the scenery before proceeding for dinner at hotel. The evening ends with an overnight stay at a hotel in Kyeikhtiyo.


Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

This morning, enjoy the sunrise at Golden Rock. Along the way, stop by Bago for sightseeing. Visit the Shwemawdaw Pagoda and Bago Market, where the traditional cheroot industry of Myanamr is. Stop by Htauk Kyaung War Cemetery, a cemetery for Allied soldiers from the British Commonwealth who died in battle during the Second World War in Burma. Upon arrival in Yangon, visit Kyauk Taw Gyi, a sitting Buddha image carved out from a single marble stone. If time permits, visit “White Elephants Camp”, which is just a stone’s throw away from the airport. Dinner at a local restaurant. Transfer to hotel for check-in and overnight stay at hotel in Yangon.

 

Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

After breakfast, transfer to Thanlyin which was once a trading port occupied by the Portuguese in the early 17th century. The architecture of the old buildings reflects the days of Portuguese occupation. Thanlyin had been the base for the notorious Portuguese adventurer Philip De Brito between 1500s and early 1600s. He ruled over Thanlyin for about 13 years. Actually, he was officially a trade representative for Rakhine (Arakan), but he ran his own little kingdom in Thanlyin, siding with the Mon in their struggle against the Burmese. Proceed to Kyaik Khauk Pagoda and Kyauktan Yele Pagoda. In the afternoon, drive back to Yangon and take lunch at the restaurant. Return to hotel and take a rest for a while. Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight stay at hotel in Yangon.


Breakfast

After breakfast, free at leisure before transfer to airport for your flight home.


  • For late arrival and/or early departure flights that fails to meet tour and meals on the first and/or last day, no replacement or refund is provided
  • All rooms and tours are subjected to confirmation
  • Bonus inclusion(s)/freebies, if any, are subjected to weather and unforeseen conditions
  • Hotels ratings are based on local terms
  • No deviation of any passengers throughout the journey is allowed
  • No replacement or refund for any unused portion
  • Passengers are to advise flight details within 3 days of booking
  • Tour is subjected to changes without prior notice based on weather conditions
  • Tipping guideline for tour guide and driver –  USD3/Pax/Day

 

NOTE: Prices exclude airport taxes & surcharges. All hotel & seats reservations are subject to availability. Any increase in room rates arising from the events and conventions shall be borne by customers.