Myanmar Starter Tour 1
5 Days 4 Nights

Yangon * Bagan * Mandalay
Sagaing * Amarapura * Inle Lake

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Day 1: arrive Yangon in morning and transfer to hotel. Visit Bo-Ka-Lay Market, the Gems Museum, the National Museum and the famous Shwedagon Pagoda . In the evening complimentary dinner with magnificent cultural show at Karaweik Hall floating restaurant on Kandawgyi Lake

Day 2: depart for Bagan early morning followed by all day tour of Bagan including visits to Nyaung-U market; Shwezigon Paya which was started by King Anawrahta and completed by King Kyansittha; Kyansittha Umin Paya built into a cliff face; Gubyaukgyi Paya in Wetgyi Inn Village built in the 13th century and with fine stuccowork on the exterior walls; Htilominlo temple from 12th century and Upali Thein Ordination Hall named after a famous Monk called Upali. Afternoon visit the Bagan Museum; Gawdawpalin Pahto one of the largest of Bagan's Temples; Ananda Patho with four 9.5 meter Buddha Images and four 10.6 meter high teakwood gates; lacquerware workshops; and see the sunset from the upper terrace of Shwesandaw Paya which was the first Stupa built in Myanmar. Overnight Bagan

Day 3: fly to Mandalay in morning: all day sightseeing in Mandalay including visits to the famous Mahamuni Pagoda, Amarapura, Sagaing and Mandalay Hill. Overnight Mandalay

Day 4: fly to Inle Lake in morning. See the very special ways of growing food on the floating gardens in the lake. The fishermen have an unique method of propelling their boats!! Visit Nam Pan Market, In Paw Khone Village and the famous Nga Phe Kyaung or "Jumping Cat" Monastery. Overnight at hotel on the lake

Day 5: fly to Yangon in morning; visit the famous Scotts Market,  the White Elephants at Min-Da-Ma hill, Kyauk-Taw-Gyi Pagoda which houses the largest marble Buddha Image in Myanmar and the Botataung Paya on the Yangon River; international departures.