Visiting Bago

Duration : 2 Night/ 3 Day

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 :   Arrive to Yangon by morning flight
Tamarind tour guide will be welcoming you at Yangon International Airport.Check in at Hotel. Walking tour around Yangon Downtown;
 
Sule Pagoda  - centre of Yangon
  Observation of Colonial Style building and People's daily life in downtown
Enjoy lunch at Park Royal Hotel, Phoniex Court Chinese Resturant, Dim Sum Buffet
 
Evening visit to Shwedagon Pagoda; the world famous golden stupa. Shwedagon at night affords magical views during the cooler temperatures of the evening when the crowds are fewer, and the atmosphere simply amazing. Our guests will experience with unique architecture of Golden stupa, Buddhist way of life style on the pagoda platform, believe and trust of Burmese Buddhist people.

Dinner at International buffet – performed by Myanmar cultural show accompanied  with Myanmar saing (known as Myanmar Ochestra).

Overnight in Yangon.

Day 2 :   Yangon - Bago - Yangon day return trip (B, L, D)
Tamarind tour guide will pick you up at hotel and drive to Bago. Bago was a capital of the Mon Kingdom founded in 15th century, formerly Burma’s greatest seaport.

Bago is 80 kilometers from Yangon, and a leisurely excursion from Yangon can be completed in a day trip. Legend says that Bago used to be a tiny island off the coast in the Gulf of Martaban.

It was such a small place, that there was only room enough on the island for one Hamsa, (hintha- mythical bird). The male bird had to perch his mate upon his back to accommodate both Hamsas. When you visit Bago, you will see the bird figures as a signature of Bago City.

Sightseeing starts with;

  Kyaik Pun Paya: situated  about 1.5 km heading to Bago. It consists of four 30m-high sitting Buddha placed back to bak around a hug, square pillar, built with romance legendry.
  Bago market where we will observe about country side trading.
  The massive Shwemawdaw Pagoda  built by Mon King,  and at 375 feet, is the tallest pagoda in Myanmar.
  Shwe Thar Lyaung reclining Buddha- which was discovered by a local man, who worked railway construction for the British in 1890.
  Wood carving workshop.
On the way back to Yangon,
  visit the WWII Memorial en route to Yangon-the resting place for some veterans who gave their lives during WWII in Burma.
Arrive back to Yangon. Transfer to hotel.

Day 3 :   Depart from Yangon (B)
Transfer to airport.

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