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Best of Yangon
03 days

Best of Yangon

Best of Yangon is a colorful introduction of Yangon which combines perfectly the experience of Yangon`s highlighted landmarks such as Shwedagon pagoda, British colonial building, busy markets and the rural life, rich culture of Syriam

Note: this tour can be easily extended and convert to a biking, active travel
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Tour length: 03 days 02 nights
Destination: Yangon- Syriam
Tour type: private tour - can be customized
Cities: Yangon
Physcal level: Easy
Price: Contact us
Day 1
 
Yangon arrival 
 
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, our tour guide will welcome you for your hotel transfer. Yangon, your first touch in Myanmar is a fascinating city which is beautifully stuffed with faded British colonial buildings, wealth of Buddhist shrines, pagodas and boasting unique culture of mixed Indian, Chinese and Burmese influence.
Commence the first visit to Shwedagon, the biggest golden pagoda in Myanmar, being so famous for its giant stupas and spires as well the holiest pilgrimage site in the area. Welcome dinner with cultural show is evening`s highlight.
Accommodation: hotel in Yangon.
Meal: dinner
Day 2
 
Yangon city Tour
 
Our guide will meet  you at your hotel to start your interesting discovery of Yangon this morning from 8.30am to 9.00pm ( you choose).
This morning, we visit  Chauk That Gyi Pagoda to admire the giant reclining Buddha then explore one of the busy open market near the pagoda. You will have a chance to witness how local people participate the market. We then head to the National museum and Scott, the biggest market in Myanmar stuffed with hundreds of handicraft, gemstone, art, food and clothes stores.  
We spend the afternoon on a guided walk to Yangon Old Quater beginning from Sule Pagoda, an outstanding landmark of Yangon with a rich history of more than 2,600 years.Continue your visit to Mahabondoola Park and Myanmar Independence monument.
Yangon has a number of British colonial building including City Hall, Baptist Church, General Post, Custom House and Strand Hotels, all these sites are marked on your walking route toward Pansodan street. The highlight of this day is the sunset cruise on Yangon river, beholding the scene of local commuter returning to home from Yangon downtown.
Accommodation: hotel in Yangon
Meal: breakfast
Day 3
 
Yangon - Syriam - Departure
 
After breakfast, we leave the city for theone-hour drive to Syriam. Also known as Thanlyin, Syriam has an interesting past first rising to prominence as a port during the 15th century, then briefly falling under Portuguese rule in the 17th century, serving as the base for the French East India company and finally joining the British empire. 
Our sightseeing today in Syriam take us into a peacefully pleasant town. We then explore the hilltop pagoda at Kyaik Khauk, which is 4 kilometres outside of the town centre, and offers fabulous views including Shwedagon Pagoda in the far distance.
Taking a boat trip to visit The Ye Le Paya which is situated in the middle of the river will be our last visit of this day.After lunch, you will head to Yangon Airport for the departure flight in the afternoon.
Tour's Inclusion
  • English speaking guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Private A/C transfer
  • Water and Tissue
  • Boat trip to Ye Le pagoda
  • Bikes ( upon request)
Tour's Exclusion
  • Shopping
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips

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What our customers said ?

   Great work Tan ! we enjoyed the walking tour very much, Marry still talks about the market that Koye took us to in Yangon   
Yanny
   Thank you again for crafting our trip in Myanmar. We got lots of photos from Yangon and Bagan for our house decoration now. We love your country ! see you next time !   
Mr. Johanson
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