Yangon – Mawlamyaing – Thanphyzayut- Phaan – Kyaikhtiyo – Bago – Yangon

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 of Shwedagon Pagoda will glitter in the soft light of the early evening.

Overnight at hotel in Yangon.

Day 02: Yangon – Mawlamyaing (by car)

After breakfast at hotel, we will provide leave for Mawlamyine, an ancient Mon town by good condition car. Malamyaing’s name according to the legend comes from Mot-Mua-Lum, meaning "one eye destroyed".) We will pass through Bago; Thathon (both the ancient capitals of Mon Kingdom) .on the way of journey we will give time when you require seeing and taking photos. We will arrange lunch good and clean restaurant on the way.

Upon arrival to town we will check in hotel and take a break a few hours. In the late afternoon we will visit in Mawlamyaing, the capital of Mon State, is located at the bank of Thanlwin River. The first we will show you bank of river views and we will visit Kyaikthanlan Pagoda. It was built on the hillock from where you will see terrifically views over the city and drive to View Point (Kongseeykyant) and take photos. Overnight at hotel in Mawlamyaning.

Day 03: Mawlamyaing –Thanphyuzayat – Mawlamyainng (by car)

After breakfast at hotel, we will drive toKyaikami, small town where Judson, an American Priest, arrived in 1825, with a nice view of beach is called Setse here some shopping at the colorful local "souvenir shop". On the way back we will plan for lunch and we will drop and looking around an hour or more Thanphyuzayat the Second World’s War Cemetery where was buried soldiers/allies which contains( 3771) graves who died building the Burma-Siam railway.

After that we will return to Mawlamyaing by the way you will see very long and large reclining Buddha Image and Kyaikmaraw pagoda, built by Queen Shin Saw Pu in 1455 in the late Mon regional style on the way.

Overnight in Mawlamyaing.

Day 04: Mawlamyaing - Pha-An (by car)

After breakfast at hotel, we will plan to visit Mawlamyaing market almost goods and accessories from Thailand also very busy place especially you can find and taste durian fruits and rambutan fruits then we will serve lunch at hotel.

In the afternoon we will check out and drive to jetty to accompany by ferry boat to Pha an. The scenery a long Thanlwin River is unforgettable for you. Upon arrival we will pick you up and transfer to a hotel .Take a good rest at hotel.

Overnight at hotel in Pha an.


Day 05: Pha - an full day sightseeing (by car)

After breakfast at hotel, visit toMt.Zwekabin Hill and then we will drive to Kawkathoung cave ;(there had maze widely in the centre of cave )then We will serve lunch at a good and clean restaurant in downtown .

In the late afternoon we will bring to famous Thamyinya Monastery; in this area you have to be a strict vegetarian.We will serve lunch at a good and clean restaurant in downtown .Then we will drop Sadan cave ;(there had rock ,slope rock fountains) after here from toBayinnyinaung Cave;(beautiful and interesting place too). We will back to Pha-an to see the markets are full of vegetables, fruits and flowers-they have a famous fruit is called "Durian". Walk around the downtown area and sunset from a pagoda on the bank of Thalwin river.

Overnight at Hotel.

Day 06: Pha an – Kyaikhtiyo (by car)

After breakfast at hotel, drive to Kyaikhtiyo; Golden Rock Pagoda, standing on a gold gilded boulder, precariously perched on the edge of the hill over 1100 km above sea-level. The stupa is believed to be enshrined with Buddha's hair relics. Stroll around the local rest houses, restaurants and stalls near the pagoda platform. Before climbing to mountain we will arrange some assistant that is palanquin and worker aid if you couldn’t able to do there. Overnight at Hotel in Kyaikhtiyo.




Day 07: Kyaikhtiyo (Golden Rock) – Bago – Yangon (by car)

After breakfast at hotel, take a half hour walk to small cave. Also stop at the roadside shops for rare product of jungle, Midmorning, drive down to the base camp and return to Yangon. On the way visit most important sights of this old capital of the Mon People. Continue to Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Hinthargone Pagoda and Kanbawza Thardi Palace built by King Bayinnaung. Over there, visit in Shwethalyaung Pagoda (the world’s most beautiful reclining Buddha) ,the Handicraft Centre and Maha Zedi pagoda(Mon style). Visit also the huge four sitting Buddha’s Kyaikpun(28 meters high huge Buddha Image.). After that,drive back to Yangon . On the way back, study the Allied War Cemetery near Htuakkyan, the final resting place for over 27,000 allied soldiers. As soon as you arrive to Yangon, stop to take photo in the front of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s house area who got Nobel peace prize in 1991.

Over night at hotel in Yangon.

Day 08: Yangon sightseeing & departure. (By car)

After breakfast at hotel, morning visitBotataung Pagoda and Nanthida Jetty and watch the traffic on the Yangon River; here luxury cruise liners come to berth at this jetty quite often. Shopping at Gems mart and Handicraft shops at Bogyoke (Scott) Market where you can buy many souvenirs. And visit Kaba Aye (World Peace) Pagoda and drive to Yangon International airport for departure. If time permit on the way visit to Lawka Chanthar Arbayar Laba Muni Buddha Image (Kyauktawgyi) and White Elephant camp and departure.


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