Yangon – Heho – Loikaw –Sambon village (Padaung tribe) - Kalaw – Yangon (7 days / 6 nights)

Day 01: Yangon arrival & sightseeing (by car)

Arrive at Yangon International Airport and welcome by Young Top Tycoon Tourism representative and our tour guide. Check in hotel. Yangon sightseeing includes; the Royal Park , one of the most popular green spaces in the downtown area of Yangon. Here you see the glittering Karaweik Barge , a replica of the Royal Bridge and enjoy the view over the lake up to the Shwedagon Pagoda. Visit to the city center with the gilded 2500 years Sule Pagoda.And visit colonial style buildings surrounding Mahabandula Park . Proceed toChaukhtatgyi (Reclining Buddha) Pagoda to see 70-meters long colossal reclining Buddha. Then drive to stroll through a narrow street of China Town including the short visit to Tao Temple. Then, shortly before sunset, the 107 meters high golden stupa ofShwedagon Pagoda will glitter in the soft light of the early evening.

Overnight at hotel in Yangon.

Day 02: Yangon – Heho – Loikaw (by flight & car)

After breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport for flight to Heho and proceed to Loikaw, the capital of Kayah State, is bisected by the Belu Stream that flows from the Inle lake, and by that route it enjoys trade with the Shan State. Loikaw is surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges, lakes and waterfalls, where locals believe that the Keinara half-human half-bird creatures live. The Keinara, representing eternal fidelity, is the State symbol. The town is pleasant and in the suburbs are large wooden houses set in lush, green compounds. Belu Chaung is scenic beauty of Kayah State, which has a gernerally hilly photography. Loikaw province is the most highlight destination for all the people near and far, because it is the birth place of the Padaung tribal, or the Kayan tribal, or (long neck women).

Overnight at hotel in Loikaw.

Day 03: Loikaw full day sightseeing (by car)

After breakfast at hotel, sightseeing by going to the market (Taung Zay), then proceed to monastery which is near the market to observe the Buddhist monks are having lunch. Visit to Chit Kal village, after lunch to see Banner’s Post Festival for Kayar People. After that go and visit to study Kayar traditional weaving centre. To visitSambon village to see Padaung tribeand to study their way of living and having lunch at local restaurant called Ya Thar Mon. Pay a visit to Thimingalar Pagoda (Taung Kwe Zedi) and to observe the beautiful sun set from the hill top.

Overnight at hotel in Loikaw.


Day 04: Loikaw 

After breakfast at hotel, by vehicle from Loikaw town and around the town, by visiting to Kayar old palace building. Then to visit Kayar National museum at Nyaungyar Quarter. On the way back, dropping in Roman Catholic Church to see its owned museum as well as praying hall. In the afternoon, takes the Canoe along the Belu creek starting from Daw U Kul quarter to the Japanese Bridge (market). Overnight at hotel in Loikaw.




Day 05: Loikaw – Kalaw (by car)

After breakfast at the hotel and leaving for Loikaw to Kalaw, many ethnic groups and colorful plantation could be seen and photo stop could be done atPinlaung and visit market. And thenMyin Ma Hti cave can be explored on the way to Kalaw if time is not limited.

Overnight at hotel in Kalaw.




Day 06: Kalaw – Heho –Yangon (by flight and car)

After breakfast at hotel, start the sightseeing with the Kalaw Hotel, which was built by the British style during the British’s overwhelm, nearly over 100 years ago. And continue to Nee Paya, features a gold lacquered bamboo Buddha Image as well as the Christ the King Church, a brick Catholic Church. After that, continue to the Kalaw Station which was also built by the British constructors, nearly over 100 years ago. Proceed to the Heho airport for flight back to Yangon.

Overnight at hotel in Yangon.





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