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  3 Days 2 Nights Tour program (Yangon - Mandalay)

Day 01: Arrival Yangon

After breakfast. start sightseeing to Sule Pagoda surrounded by colonial and historical buildings. Walk along Nanthida Jetty to see river life and enjoy fresh atmosphere. After lunch, check in hotel and take a break time. Visit to Chauk Htat Gyi Reclining Buddha with its wonderful glass eyes.Botahtaung Pagoda which is located near the bank of the river. After lunch, China town in the evening and Kandawgyi Park. That night visit the famous Shwe Dagon Pagoda, one of the most amazing sites in South East Asia. Overnight at Hotel Yangon.

Day 02: Amarapura- Saging Sightseeing

After morning breakfast,drive to airport fly to Mandalay,Continue sightseeing,Boat excursion to Mingun(1 hour) along the Ayeyarwaddy River.During the river cruise,we may enjoy the fascinating landscapes of the river as well as the daily life of the people living along the Ayeyarwaddy.Visit Mingun bell, Pahtodawgyi and Myatheintan Pagoda. Proceed to Saging Hill,the place of over 700 monastries,Kaungmudaw Pagoda-the magnificent dome remarkably seen from far away, silverware factory and U Min Thone Sel Pagoda (30 Buddha images in Cave), . Visit to the tapestry making home cottage, Marble carving workshop, Gold-leaf Beating workshop, Silk weaving home cottage, Mandalay palace , Shwe Nandaw Monestary, for it’s wood carving, After lunch, continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, Kyauk taw gyi Pagoda., Proceed to Mandalay Hill to admire the beauty of Mandalay City and Sunset at there. Overnight at Hotel in Mandalay.

DAY 03 : Mandalay sightseeing

After Breakfast, Continue sightseeing tour the interested places arce U Bein Bridge, is a teak structure (said to be the world's longest made of teak) that Mahagadayone Monastery located in Amarapura, is one of the largest teahing monasteries in Myanmar. Mahamyatmuni pagoda, located southwest of Mandalay, is one of Myanmar’s most revered Buddhist pilgrimage sites. It is also known as the Phaya Gyi. It is the most ancient Buddha image in Myanmar. At evening drive to Airport for your departure.

2 persons (based on twin sharing)5 or 4 * Hotel
Total Cost 780 USD per pax
2 persons (based on twin sharing)*** Hotel
Total Cost 680 USD per pax
Price inclusive of:
  • Accommodation with breakfast
  • all transfers and sightseeing with air conditioned car
  • government taxes + Services Charges
  • domestic flight tickets with airport tax
  • Station English Speaking Guide
  • Mingun Boat
  • Meals (Lunch/Dinner)
  • Price exclusive of:

    Tips and drinks
  • Visa fees
  • Entrance fees
  • Personal expenses and travel insurance
  • Porters fees
  • Yangon International Airport Tax
  • Boat ferry and horse cart to Ava

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    Remarks

    Above quotation valid is from 1 May 2015 to 30 Sept 2015.
    No reservations have been made at this time
    Itinerary mentioned above is only tentative and is subject to guests’ flight timings.
    Rate quoted is nett & non commissionable
    The timing of sightseeing points shall be fixing by local operator due to traffic and weather conditions, (Non-refundable for any cancellation that made by clients.)
    Rate subject to change depending upon gasoline prices, hotel availability and availability room category, etc

    The following is our term and condition.

    Deposit and Final Payment
    50% deposit paid when bookings is confirmed. These deposits are non-refundable.
    The rest to be transferred 14days prior to arrival date.

    Cancellation and No show policy

    Within 45-30 days prior to the arrival date, 50% of the total price.
    Within 30-15 days prior to the arrival date, 75% of the total price.
    Less than 15 days prior to the arrival date, 100% of the total price.
    In case of No-show - 100% of the total price.
    During the trip and unused services? - No refund

     
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