6 Days / 5 Nights Trip

Yangon – Bago – Kyaikhtiyo – Mawlamyine – Kyaikkhami – Phaan – Yangon

Day 01: Yangon City Tour (by car)
The guide will pick you at at 9:00 am.
• Sule Pagoda – Located right in the center of the old city of Yangon and it is the landmark of the city.
• Downtown Area
– The country had been in the British colonial rule and some colonial buildings can still be seen in the downtown area.
• Bogyoke Aung San Market – It has more than 2000 shops and the largest selection of Myanmar handicrafts and souvenirs. Bogyoke Aung San Market is one of the best places for shopping. 
• Shwedagon Pagoda
– Visible from almost anywhere in Yangon, Shwedagon is the unique pagoda.
Overnight at your hotel in Yangon.

Day 02: Yangon >> Bago + Kyaikhtiyo (by car)
The guide will pick you up at 8:00 am.
• Kyakhatwine Monastery – It is a large school / university monastery for the monks and they take food at 11:00. Worth seeing!
• Shwemawdaw Pagoda – It is even higher than the Shwedagon in Yangon.
• Kanbawzathadi Palace – The palace of King Bayinnaung, who built the Second Myanmar Empire in the 16th century.
• Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha Image – This gigantic reclining Buddha image was built in the 10th century. Following the destruction of Bago in 1757, it was overgrown by jungle and rediscovered it in 1884 while building the Yangon-Bago railway line.
• Go up the Mountain by Truck
– Going up by special mountain climbing truck for half an hour.
• Kyaikhtiyo (Golden Rock) – Kyaikhtiyo means the pagoda that stands on the head of a hermit. It stands on a boulder that seems to be defying the force of gravity as it hangs from the spur of a cliff.
Overnight at your hotel on the Mt. Kyakihtiyo.

Day 03: Kyaikhtiyo >> Mawlamyine (by car)
The guide will pick you up at 8:00 am.
• Go down the mountain by Truck
– Going down the mountain by special truck and keep going to Mawlamyine.
• Mahamyatmuni Pagoda – It is built in the typical Mon style, in which covered brick walkways connect several shrines.
• Kyaikthanlan Pagoda – It was built in 875 AD during the reign of Mon King Mutpi Raja.
• Viewpoint – A place on a range of hills with a breathtaking view of the city, nearby islands, Gulf of Martaban and surrounding rivers.
Overnight at your hotel in Mawlamyine.

Day 04: Mawlamyine + Mudon + Kyaikkhami (by car)
The guide will pick you up at 9:00 am.
• Win Sein Taw Ya – the largest reclining Buddha Image in the world with 180 m long and 30 m high.
• World War II Cemetery – The War Graves Memorial, with 3,771 graves of Allied prisoners of war who lost their lives in railroad construction, is maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
• Kyaikkhami Yele Temple – The place is famous for the sea temple Yele Paya, which stands on a rock by the sea.
Overnight at your hotel in Mawlamyine.

Day 05: Mawlamyine >> Pha-an (by car)
The guide will pick you up at 9:00 am.
• Saddan Cavea beautiful cave with imposing stalactite formations.
• Buddha Garden – a garden with more than 1000 life-size Buddha Images at the foot of Mt. Zwegabin, each of them are sitting on a plinth.
• Kyaukkalat Monastery – the beautiful monastery with the pagoda on the pointed needle rock surrounded by rice fields and majestic karst rocks.
• Shweyinhmaw Pagoda – This golden pagoda is the most significant pagoda in Hpa-an and is located on the shores of Thanlwin.
Overnight at your hotel in Hpa-an.

Day 06: Pha-an >> Yangon (by car)
The guide will pick you up at 8:00 am.
• Cawgon Cave – The walls and ceilings of the cave are decorated with thousands of small Buddha Images.
• Yathepyan Cave – a place where you can enjoy a beautiful panorama with peace and quiet.
• Bayinnyi CaveA steep staircase leads to the 200 m deep stalactite, in which numerous Buddha figures are placed.
Arrive back in Yangon in the evening and the programme is finished.

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