Yangon City Tour (A)

    Duration:
  • Day Tour
  • Tour Code:
  • ODY - 022

Chaukhtatgyi reclining buddha Botataung pagoda Botataung pagoda Our guide will pick you up at the hotel at 8am. Then you will start your city tour. First, head to Chaukhtatkyi Reclining Buddha. Next, drive towards the city to visit Botahtaung Pagoda. Then, drive around and explore the old colonial architectures in the city. Colonial Charm City Hall Colonial Charm Next, visit city’s most popular shopping spot Scott market. Bogyoke Aung San market Bogyoke Aung San market Bogyoke... Read More at Tour Detail

Tour package start from: USD 112 /per person (based on 2 travelers)

(Valid from 1st May, 2016 to 30th Sep, 2016, minimum 2 pax per booking)

  • Our guide will pick you up at the hotel at 8am. Then you will start your city tour. First, head to Chaukhtatkyi Reclining Buddha. Next, drive towards the city to visit Botahtaung Pagoda. Then, drive around and explore the old colonial architectures in the city.
  • Next, visit city’s most popular shopping spot Scott market.
  • Scott market(Bogyoke Market) – this popular market in downtown area offers a good selection of gem stones, traditional fabric & costumes, handicrafts, arts & paintings, souvenirs, etc. (This market is closed on Mondays &Gazette Holidays. In the event when tour dates coincide with the market holidays, we will arrange a suitable activity.)
  • After exploring Scott Market, have lunch.
  • After lunch, take a drive to Karaweik Barge – a golden, floating palace moored on the eastern shore of beautiful Kandawgyi Lake in Yangon. Constructed in 1974, today it houses a buffet restaurant. Make your way to the breathtaking Kandawagyi Park – one of the greenest spots in the city with views of The Great Shwedagon Pagoda in the background. Take your chance to revel in the serene ambience, away from the hustle and bustle of city living.
  • After that, we will drive to China Town to feel the vibe of city’s busiest place that usually comes alive from evening onwards.
  • Buzzing China Town (in the evening) – The busiest quarters of the city as it is in Chinatowns in other parts of the world.
  • The roadside food stalls with steaming dishes and snacks, fruits and flowers, short snacks and sizzling fries are joys for both the locals and foreigners. Fruit vendors offer fruit in season which include mangoes, durians, mangos teens, pomelos, apples, tangerines, grapes, pears, avocados, lichees, pineapples, rambutan, plums and all kinds of banana, all the year round.
  • A visit to Yangon Chinatown especially during festive seasons shows how the overseas Chinese in Yangon continue to maintain and to transmit their cultural identity.
  • Thereafter, make your way to The Great Shwedagon Pagoda.
  • Your guide will escort you back to your hotel at the end of the tour.

  • Chaukhtatkyi Reclining Buddha

    Chaukhtat Gyi Pagoda – third largest reclining Buddha image in Myanmar with a length of 72 meters long.

  • Botahtaung Pagoda

    Botataung Pagoda – It is situated way downtown beside the Yangon River, overlooking the pleasant water front of the river. The 40 meter high golden pagoda enshrines a sacred hair relic of the Buddha. The pagoda was destroyed during the 2nd World War and rebuilding started in 1948 following the original design. Seated on a high pedestal in a very ornate pavilion is the Royal Palace Bronze Buddha image that was cast in 1859 by order of King Mindon was taken to Britain during the colonial years and returned to Burma a few years after gaining independence.

  • Colonial Buildings

    Colonial Buildings from 20th Century – The crowded city you see today was once ruled by the British Empire and many Victorian-style buildings have survived the ravages of time and retained their glory. Colonial architecture is visible in large numbers of religious buildings, administrative offices, cinemas and residential properties in Yangon, especially close to the downtown area.

  • Shwedagon Pagoda

    Shwedagon Pagoda -this 98-meter gilded stupa is Myanmar’s Holiest Buddhist Shrine that contains relics of the past four Buddhas. It used to be only 18 meters tall. From 1453 to 1472 it was raised to 40 meters. The stupa was rebuilt many times until it reached its current height of 98 meters in the 18th century.

Service Include

  • Transfer and sightseeing by private car (driver inclusive)
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fees
  • English-speaking station guide fee
  • GST

Service Exclude

  • Dinner & Drinks
  • Accommodations
  • Domestic and International Flights
  • Visa fees (contact us for further information)
  • Personal expenses such as camera fees, laundry services, tips
  • Insurances (personal, health, travel, etc.)
  • Tips for guides and drivers
  • Surcharge for VISA & MasterCard payments
  • The places that are not mentioned in the program

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