The program includes with the destinations of Yangon, Bagan, Madalay, Inle Lake and its surrounding.
We will see Yangon one day before visiting to Bangan and Mt. Popa. In Bagan, we will have time enough to observe 11th to 13th century monuments. Bagan is the most richest archeological site in South east Asia. The next day, our visit to the villages around Bagan, speak with locals and observation of tropical people’s daily life.
After that we will fly to Mandalay, visit Amarapura and a half day boat excursion to Mingun. The next day, we will proceed to Pyin Oo Lwin where is a beautiful hill station with charming weather built by British Administration Office Colonel May. We will take a train to observe the Goke Htaik Bridge which was constructed by American and British engineers with technical value.
Next, we will fly to Heho via Mandalay. Heho is the gate way to the Southern Shan State. After arrival at Heho Airport, take a scenic drive to Kalaw where is home for Palaung Hill Tribe, seein their living way, hill tribe culture, beautiful landscape, colorful vegetation which is amazing scenery. 2 Nights stay in Kalaw is very relaxing in the lovely small town.
The next destination is Inle Lake where is one of the most attractive places of Southern Shan State. We can admire the living style of Inthar people, how they survive for their daily life, 5 days market on the lake which is one of the high lights of visiting on the lake.
Finally, you will spend your holiday in Ngapali Beach which lies on the coast of Bay of Bangle. The most relaxing part of your holiday.
Arrive to Yangon
Yangon/ Bagan by morning flight – Mt.Popa
Mt. Popa - Bagan
Bagan - visiting to the villages to see rural life
Bagan/ Mandalay by morning flight - visit Amarapura & Mandalay
Mandalay - Mingun morning visit by boat excursion, afternoon visit in Mandalay
Mandalay - Pyin Oo Lwin
Pyin Oo Lwin - Goke Htake Bridge - Pyin Oo Lwin
Pyin Oo Lwin - Mandalay/Heho by morning flight - Pindaya
Traditionally Burmese women wear a wrap-around nether
garment called Htamein and a jacket. One unique feature of
Burmese women is wearing Thanakhar – a pasty make-up
obtained by grinding the bark of the Thanakhar plant with
water on a circular slab of stone. It is the secret of
Burmese women’s smooth and youth skin.
Our tradition, Burmese women show deference to their
husbands, regarding them as “gods of the front part of the
house”. The implication may be that they look upon
themselves as “goddesses of the rear part” The conventional
saying is men are bread-winners and women are home-makers.
The roles are reversed sometimes and nowadays when woman
take parts the position of a rice-winning wife!
Most Burmese women are religious. Their day starts with
offering alms-food, water, flowers, lights and incense to
the Buddha Image at their home alter.
The five traditional duties of a Burmese women are to do
household chores, to keep away things securely, to be
faithful to her husband, to share what she can with her
husbands’s relations and her own and to work hard. You may
like to know what are her husband’s. Here it is – to be free
from disregard towards her, to place his earnings to manage
for family living, to abstain from having affairs with other
women, to be kind and loving to her. It can be regarded like
an old fashioned though, it offers us a mutual respect,
support morally each other, enjoy rights and freedoms
equally. The ethics is a heritage from our great