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Duration: 3 days 2 nights
Destination: Yangon, Myanmar
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Yangon is with a population of over five million people, Yangon is the bustling former capital of Myanmar. The city boasts verdant parks, beautiful colonial buildings and the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. Yangon was declared the capital of Myanmar in the late 19th Century by the British. They rebuilt the town after a fire destroyed it in 1841, hence the colonial influences in the architecture. The British renamed the city Rangoon, however it has been restored to its original Burmese name of Yangon since 1989 when the country was also renamed Myanmar (replacing the British name of Burma.)


What to do and see in Yangon?

  • Sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda

  • Sule Pagoda

  • Maha Bandoola Park

  • Chaukhtatkyi Pagoda

  • Botataung Pagoda

  • Kandawagyi Royal Park

  • Bogyoke Aung San Museum

  • The little china town

  • Visit Bogyoke market

  • Even though it is no longer the nation’s official capital, Yangon – formerly as Rangoon the heart of Myanmar (also known as Burma). Yangon is famous for is its full of places to visit. Among them, the Shwedagon Pagoda is one of the most famous pagodas in the world and it is certainly the main attraction of Yangon, Myanmar’s capital city. The 99 meter high gold plated stupa on a small hill is visible from much of the city. Shwedagon Pagoda is thought to have been built between the 6th and 10th Centuries; however it has been rebuilt many times. It is here that eight strands of Buddha’s hair are said to be kept. The pagoda -the iconic landmark for the name “The Land of Gold” of Myanmar – is covered in gold and contains diamonds, rubies and emeralds. Enjoying the sunset here is a not-to-miss experience as you admire sky changing colors in just seconds and the golden roofs reflect the last rays of the setting sun.

    Along with Shwedagon Pagoda, the Sule Pagoda is a famous Burmese golden 44 meter tall pagoda located in the heart of downtown Yangon. It’s said to built more than 2500 years ago.


  • Day 01 : Arrive Yangon (by flight)

    Welcome to the Garden City Yangon ! Upon arrival, welcome by local guide with welcome present post cart, maps and then transfer to the hotel for check in.

    Then, Yangon city tour includes: photo stop at the heart of Yangon such as Sule Pagoda, Maha Bandoola Park with Independence Monument, City Hall, High Court and many colonial style buildings then start walking along the street Pansodan, in which he will find the beautiful buildings of Post office, the Senate, the beautiful colonial buildings as the House of the Culture while it happens for religious pagodas and elegant parks and end at the little china town. Along the road, you see local experience in ways that the different architectural features, second hand bookstalls, old Government telegram office to the bustling and vibrant life of this large city. And you guide show you a great evening of food throughout the city and got a chance to taste them if you want as there are so many shops for Shan cuisine (Shan noodles, a Shan soup and pennywort salad), a delicious fried tilapia from a street vendor, an assortment of Burmese curries and salads (tea leaf salad was phenomenal) and traditional Myanmar desserts.
    Enjoy the sunset at the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda located on top of Singuttara Hill, where many locals and Buddhists come to worship.Overnight at the hotel in Yangon.

    Breakfast: by own

    Lunch: by own

    Dinner: by own

    Day 02 : Yangon

    Today city tour start by visiting to Kandawagyi Royal Park where you can see the glittering Karaweik barge, a replica of the royal barge and surrounding area which offer numerous photo opportunities, Chaukhtatkyi Pagoda, houses the fourth largest colossal reclining Buddha, Bogyoke Aung San Museum which was established in 1962. 15 years after the assassination of Bogyoke. Bogyoke in Myanmar is a term used for General. The museum was the home of the General before he was assassinated. And he is Father’s of Aung San Su Kyi who led the National League for Democracy (NLD) to a majority win in Myanmar’s first openly contested election in 25 years in November 2015 and now her position is A State Counsellor for the new government, then shopping in the Bogyoke market formerly “Scott market”, where you can get a wide range of Myanmar handicraft, jewelries, fabrics, lacquer wares and so on.

    After lunch break, proceed to Botataung Pagoda, this paya was named after the 1,000 military leaders who escorted relics of the Buddha brought from India over 2,000 years ago. This ancient monument was completely destroyed during World War II. It was then rebuilt in a very similar style to its predecessor, however this particular iteration is hollow and one can walk through it. Enjoy a stroll along the Yangon River to see the busy harbor area from where ferries leave for Pathein in the Delta and upcountry towns along the Ayeyarwady River. Overnight at the hotel in Yangon.

    Breakfast: at the hotel

    Lunch: by own

    Dinner: by own

    Day 03 : Yangon Departure (by flight)

    Morning transfer to the airport for your proceed flight.

    Breakfast: at the hotel

    Lunch: by own

    Dinner: by own


    • 02 nights accommodations with breakfast

    • (Double room basis, check in time is at 14:00 and check out time is at 12:00 noon)
    • All transfers, transportation and sightseeing by below Private A/C vehicle type:

    • – (1-2)pax: Saloon car

      – (3-6)pax: Mini Van

      – (7-12)pax: Mini Bus (18/20 seats)

      – (13-15)pax: Mini Bus (30 seats)

    • English speaking guide fee

    • Entrance fees as per detail program

    • 02 bottles of mineral water per person per day on bus

    • Governors’ tax and service charges

    • Visa fee for Myanmar

    • International airfares

    • Meals (lunch & dinner)

    • Mineral water that beyond limit

    • Early check in & check out

    • Beverages, laundry services, mini bar, etc.

    • Personal expenses such as Camera fees, Tips etc.

    • Any other items not mentioned in Service Includes

  • Let us know if you have any questions regarding the price or the itinerary. Thank you.


    Tel: (84 4) 3820 2626

    Hotline: (84 4)989 545 436 – Ms. Duong Nhan/ Inbound Manager


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    • Bogyoke market is closed on Mondays