AT#03 Ygn–Pyay–Htone Po–Ygn(4D-3N)
Mingalarbar & Warmest Welcome from Yangon International Air-port. Then transfer to your hotel for check-in, tour will start from Yangon city center with many colonial style buildings; The Chinatown area & India Quarter, Sule Pagoda, dating back over 2,000 years and makes a useful landmark in down town Yangon and Mahabandula Park (Independent Monument), City Hall, High Court, Strand road, Post Office, British Council for Enjoy your photo taking Stop. Lunch at local restaurant. Then visit to Botataung Pagoda (well known for Buddha Hair Relics chamber). In the Afternoon, drive around the Kandawgyi Park and pass through the Karaweik Royal Barge for refreshment and take photo view. Then visit to the reclining Buddha at Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, is almost as large as the enormous figure in Bago Shwethalyaung. In the evening, visit the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda and enjoy sunset, one of the wonders of the greatest Pagoda and the heart of Buddhist in Myanmar. It was believed to have been built over 2500 years ago, since Buddha alive time. Dinner at Karaweike Palace Restaurant watching Myanmar Traditional Dancing Show & Puppetry Show. Overnight at Yangon.
Yangon – Pyay (prome – overland)
After breakfast, Pickup from your hotel and depart Yangon early morning and set out for Pyay (Prome), along one of the best roads in Myanmar. An optional visit is included at the British War Cemetery near Htauk Kyan. Just short of Pyi, visit Shwemyetmhan Pagoda which is home to a most unusual Buddha image – one who wears gold-rimmed spectacles. Check in to your hotel. This afternoon, visit the busy Central Market, a Cheroot Making Factory and Shwesandaw Pagoda. This Pagoda is similar in design to Shwezigon in Bagan, and is one of the most sacred Buddhist pilgrimage spots in Myanmar. An enormous seated Buddha figure rises up from the tree line adjacent to Shwesandaw. Overnight in Pyay.
Yangon – Htone Po – Pyay
Breakfast at hotel. Early morning, drive to the outskirts of Pyi and cross the new bridge over the Ayeyarwady River. Once across, drive south through pretty countryside to the small village of Htone Po, where you board a local boat to go a short way down the Ayeyarwady past the Cliffs of Htone Po. Hundreds of niches in the cliff face are filled with Buddha images of all shapes and sizes – many of them have been carved out of the rock face. Return to Pyay. In the afternoon, drive out of Pyay to visit the site of the ancient Pyu kingdom of Sri Ksetra (Thayekhittaya). Very little remains of what was once a great kingdom but extensive research suggests that some pagodas here date back to the beginning of the Christian era. First, visit the tiny Museum, which houses artefacts unearthed in Sri Ksetra. There are two huge conical stupas, Payagyi and Payama, close to the museum and it is nearly always possible to reach them because the road is sealed. Less accessible is Bawbawgyi Pagoda which has a cylindrical shape. Overnight in Pyay.
Pyay – Yangon
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel and relaxation and leisure at hotel. After that, return overland to Yangon. Then enjoy shopping at Bogyoke Market (Formerly named Scott Merket). And transfer to Yangon International Air-port and on the way visit to Kabaraye Pagoda (World Peace Pagoda) and Hnee Phaya, Kyauk Taw Gyi Pagoda then continue to Airport. And Say – “Good Bye!”