Yangon - Bagan - Mandalay (8 Days 7 Nights) Top 3 vacation spots Adventure

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Price includes
  • Accommodation in single twin share room
  • Current Hotel Taxes and Service Charges
  • Unlimited bottled water
Price does not include
  • A guided tour of important places
  • All meals included
  • Beautifully illustrated souvenir map
  • Boat trip insurance
  • Departure Taxes or Visa handling fees
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Excess baggage charge
  • First class or best available hotels in the area
  • First Entrance fees
  • Increases in airfares or Government imposed taxes
  • International Air, unless expressly paid for
  • Local knowledgeable guide in most part of tour
  • Medical insurance and Travel Insurance
  • Observation and participation in allowed activities
  • Other International flights
  • Personal expenses
  • Professionally guided tour
  • Visa arrangements
Service Level     :  Comfort

Comfortable hotels with family room ; comfortable public and private transport”

Travel Style        :  Family  adventure

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Physical Rating : Moderate(2.5/5) 
Minimum Age    : 6+



Mandalay Sightseeing ,Mingun , Sagaiing, Amarapura , Inlwe , Dolphin Tour by Private  Car

Mandalay – Bagan by Flight

Bagan Sightseeing , Mandalay Sightseeing , Popa , Mingun , Sagaing , Inwa , Amarapura Sightseeing and Irrawaddy Dolphin and Cooperative Fishing Trip  by private car

Mandalay to Mingun   by Public Boat

Bagan to Mandalay  by Private Car 



  • Tour Plan
  • Day 1 - Meal ( / / )
  • Day 2 - Meal (B/L/ )
  • Day 3 - Meal (B/ / )
  • Day 4 - Meal (B/ / )
  • Day 5 - Meal (B/ L/ )
  • Day 6 - Meal (B/L / )
  • Day 7 -Meal (B/ / )
  • Day 8 - Meal (B / / )
Day 1 - Meal ( / / )

Welcome Yangon

You can expect a personal pick up at your hotel by or Airport by our Express.

Be ready to start exploring! We will hop on the breath-taking Yangon Circular Railway for a beautiful scenic train ride around this diverse region. Take the time to enjoy these dynamic views on Yangon’s most stunning train ride.

Your personal guide will provide expert information and guidance to help you navigate your way to the Insein township for a market visit and help you understand and explore local daily life at each and every station.

On arrival at Insein station, you can look forward to an array of colorful roadside market vendors. Buy fresh fruits and vegetables and immerse yourself in authentic local life. When you’ve worked up a thirst bargaining for the best prices at the market, join us at the local tea shop for a well-earned relaxation and cup of local tea.

After we’ve quenched our thirst, we will pay a visit to a couple of Myanmar’s most impressive pagodas, First, we will head to Kyauk Taw Pagoda. Located on the top of Mindhama Hill, nestled in Tayangone township, this pagoda is a must see, offering fantastic views across the immediate region. After a walk around this fantastic site we will hop back in the car and take a scenic drive to Shwedagon Pagoda, one of Myanmar’s most important religious sites. A site to behold, this golden stupa has been at the heart of Myanmar for over 2500 years.

After a busy day, head back to the hotel in Yangon for an overnight stay and relaxation.

Day 2 - Meal (B/L/ )

Yangon - Bagan

Today pack your bags as we will fly to Bagan.

On arrival to the ancient city, our journey will begin with an exciting visit to a colourful, local market where villagers gather every day to buy and sell their products and other goods. This is a beautiful opportunity to explore local life here in Bagan.

We will continue our journey with a visit to the golden stupa of Shwezigon Pagoda where we will be introduced to Bagan’s rich history.

Next up, get ready to immerse yourself in the full grandeur of Burmese culture at Htilominlo, one of the largest and most impressive temples in Bagan. Let yourself get lost in the splendour of its fine plaster carvings over its arch pediments, frieze and other stunning architectural qualities.

Lunch will be served at a delicious local restaurant before a comfortable transfer to your hotel to take some rest for 1-2 hours.

Our afternoon of adventure begins with a visit to Ananda Temple. Built in the early Mon-Myanmar style, the Ananda Temple is an architectural masterpiece and one of Bagan’s most beautiful temples. Ananda contains two unique Buddha images. The Buddha’s expressions seem to change depending on the distance from which the statue is viewed making this temple a truly unique and exciting experience.

Next visit is the unforgettable Thatbyinnyu Temple, an asymmetrical cross-shaped temple built in the middle of the 12th century.R

Relax and enjoy an unforgettable sunset over the rolling plains spanning Sunset Hill near Sulamani Temple.

Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3 - Meal (B/ / )


We will kick off today with a culturally immersive visit to the rural village of Minnanthu. Minnanthu is one of the few traditional places where you can see cotton weaving and harvesting of crops. This will be our starting point to explore Bagan’s famous temples including the Laymyathnar Monastery Complex, Phayathonsu Temple, and Nandamannya with its mural paintings from the 13th century.

After Lunch, heading back to the hotel for a break of about 1-2 hours.

Your afternoon adventure starts with a convenient pick up from your hotel ready to begin your e-bike adventure. Our journey continues to Manuha Temple with its huge Buddha images and the sandstone built Nanpaya Temple. We will learn about the mural paintings inside the Wetkyi-In-Gubyaukgyi Temple, where Jataka scenes and stories from the Buddha cover the walls.

We will end an exciting day with a ride on our e-bikes to the Myinkabar village where we will have the opportunity to observe a traditional lacquerware workshop. Here local craftsmen and women produce one of Myanmar’s best known handicrafts.

In the late afternoon, to catch a magnificent sunset, we will continue our journey to the Bagan viewing tower.

Later we will return to the hotel for our overnight stay.


Day 4 - Meal (B/ / )

Soft trekking at Mt. Popa

Enjoy a delicious, local breakfast at the hotel before an exciting day of trekking at Mt. Popa.

A comfortable one-hour drive from Bagan will take us to the magnificent Mt. Popa rising 1,520 meters into the sky. From the starting point we will pass through the traditional village located at the foot of Mt. Popa volcano (600m above sea level) and witness the daily activities of local people. We will ascend gradually and, on the way, we will stop to see the two famous abodes of Nats (Spirit), a small natural spring and rushing stream. As we enter into the beautiful Popa mountain park we will take some time to observe the unique flora & fauna formation at 760m altitude. Beautiful butterflies and rare species of birds can be seen here occasionally. Our journey will take us through the deer park and intriguing sandal wood forest. As we descend along the path bounded by volcanic rocks, we will get to the site where field studies for geological students in Myanmar are often conducted.

Following an exciting day full of adventure, we will head to Mandalay for an overnight stay in our comfortable hotel.

Day 5 - Meal (B/ L/ )

Boat Trip to Mingun and Mandalay City Excursion

After a delicious breakfast, we will drive to the Mandalay jetty to board a boat trip to Mingun (just 12 km upstream from Mandalay on the west bank).

On our arrival, we will visit Pondaw Paya (a five-meter high structure) Settawya Paya (the valued shrine with a footprint of the Buddha), and Mingun Pahtotawgyi, a massive incomplete monument stupa built by King BodawPaya. We will also take time to see the Mingun Bell (the world-renowned bell weighing 90 tonnes), and Hsinbyume Paya (a representation of the SulamaniPaya which stands atop Mt. Meru).

Following a morning of exciting sightseeing we will head back to Mandalay and have lunch at a local Myanmar food restaurant.

After lunch, we will continue our explorations into Mandalay city where we will have the opportunity to explore Shwenandaw Kyaung. Our adventure continues with a visit to Kuthodaw Paya, more commonly known as the “world’s biggest book”. The slabs of marble are inscribed with the entire Tipitaka Buddhist scriptures.

For sunset, we will venture to the top of Mandalay Hill where we can enjoy a birds-eye view of Mandalay and hopefully a beautiful sunset.

Overnight stay in your comfortable Mandalay hotel.

Day 6 - Meal (B/L / )

Irrawaddy Dolphin and Cooperative Fishing Trip

Following your hotel breakfast, we will pick you up at 8:00 am by car.

Our comfortable journey to Hsithe will take us north past Mandalay Hill. We will enjoy a scenic drive through agriculture land and many local villages, where you can witness the daily life of rural Myanmar. The road passes to the east of the famous Marble Mountains, where the raw material for the marble carvers of Amarapura is quarried.

At 10.00 am we arrive at Singu, an attractive small town on the left bank of the Ayeyarwady River. Here you will be met by the village boat from Hsithe. The boat trip is a great opportunity to observe wildlife, particularly water birds such as ruddy shelduck, Chinese spot- billed duck, Asian open bill and many black kites, ospreys and cormorantsetc (most birds are migratory and the best time to see them is late November- late March).We arrive in Hsithe at 10:45, in time for light refreshments at the visitor centre.

The attractive building is positioned on the east bank of the river and boasts stunning panoramic views. Often dolphins can be observed feeding in the waters opposite. Here you will learn the skills required to be a successful fisherman/woman. The training lasts one hour and is great fun. First you will be shown how to cast a net and then it is your turn. Using a light net, especially designed for the purpose, you will have two or three trial throws on ground adjacent to the centre. After training, we will go by fishing boat to shallow waters and practice your new found skills. Young or old, male and female, this is something you will enjoy and remember forever.

A well-deserved, delicious lunch will be served in the visitor centre.

After lunch, you will have some free time to enjoy the many information boards that explain about life in the village, including fishing, farming and the local wildlife, especially the Irrawaddy River dolphin. It is also a great opportunity to buy locally-made handicrafts in the visitor centre shop.

In the afternoon, we will go for a tour of the village, which will be led by one of the local villagers. Here we can observe local village life in all fascinating forms- the architecture, the people, the animals, the activities and the monasteries. It is a village of bullock carts, smiling children, and communities going about their daily life which has changed very little over the centuries.

Say farewell to your new found friends in this timeless idyll, it’s time to head back. We will travel by boat, upriver to Singu. Enjoy the spectacle of water birds that look particularly beautiful in the afternoon light.

We will depart Singu at 16.15 pm and have you safely back at your hotel in Mandalay by about 18:30 pm latest.

Day 7 -Meal (B/ / )

Amarapura, Sagaing and Innwa Explore

Get ready for another day exploring the ancient cities of Myanmar, Ava (Innwa).

We will have the opportunity to enjoy a colonial form of transport, the horse and cart to visit some of the highlights. We will take time to explore the 27-metre-high masonry watchtower, Nan Myint (known as the “Leaning Tower of Innwa”), the Bagaya Monastery built with 276 teakwood pillars, and also observe a Myanmar tradition alms bowls workshop. We may do some travel in the area by horse cart if possible.

After a delicious lunch to refuel, we will visit the holy Sagaing Hill, the hub of Buddhism in Myanmar.

As the day comes to an end, we will take a leisurely drive to Amarapura for a romantic sunset at the famous U Bein Bridge, made of teak logs and planks over 200 years ago by Mayor U Bein.

Overnight at Mandalay hotel.

Day 8 - Meal (B / / )

Yangon by flight and join departure flight

Enjoy a delicious breakfast at the hotel before a comfortable transfer to the airport for your flight back to Yangon.

Say your farewells as its time to join your departure flight.

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1 Nigh Yangon ,2 Nights Bagan, 4 Night Mandalay

Yangon Accommodation

Option 1 

Inya View Hotel 


  • Breakfast
  • Daily breakfast
  • Free Wi-fi in rooms
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Shower

Option 2

Hotel H Valley Hotel 


  • Breakfast
  • Daily breakfast
  • Free Wi-fi in rooms
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Shower

Option 3

Jasmine Palace Hotel 


  • Breakfast
  • Daily breakfast
  • Free Wi-fi in rooms
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Shower
  • Swimming Pool
Bagan Accommodation

BaobaBed Hostel (or similar hostel)


  • Breakfast
  • Shared bathroom
  • Swimming pool

Popular facilities

  • Restaurants
  • Front desk (24-hour)
Mandalay  Accommodation

Celia Hostel

  • Shared bathroom
  • Air Conditioning
  • Shower
  • Breakfast









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