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Hidden Treasures of Myanmar

  • Duration

    17 days
  • Tour Type

    Group Tour
  • Tour Style

    Classic
  • Price From

    $6,190pp
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Myanmar is Indochina's hidden gem, a destination bursting with magnificent monuments, glittering golden stupas and enigmatic ruins. Myanmar cannot help but invoke images of mysterious wonder.

Tour Highlights

Our Hidden Treasures of Myanmar tour will see you exploring the most iconic sites, delving into deep-rooted culture and dining on delicious cuisine.

Authentic Experiences

Our Hidden Treasures of Myanmar Tour has been thoughtfully designed and thoroughly researched to bring you a range of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, many of which are entirely exclusive to us.

Tour Itinerary

This tour is ideal for those looking for a comprehensive tour of Burma’s main cities and scenic areas. This Burma tour is for those with a reasonable amount of time and wish to explore some more off the beaten track destinations in Burma. We have designed this tour to make the most of the time available to showcase the main highlights of the country, important religious sites and Burma's stunning natural scenery. This tour also includes a short cruise on the Irrawaddy River.

  • Day 1

    FLY TO YANGON

    DAY 1: FLY TO YANGON

    Fly to the vibrant city of Yangon. Depending on your time of arrival, the rest of the day is yours to start soaking up the local culture.

  • Day 2

    DISCOVER YANGON

    DAY 2: DISCOVER YANGON

    Head downtown to the Central Post Office from where we will begin our tour. Encompassing the colonial highlights and more traditional architecture, stroll Strand Road and Pansodan Street. Visit the National Museum before exploring the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda whose huge golden stupa dominates the city’s skyline. The apex of the stupa is studded with hundreds of priceless gems that glint in the sunshine. This is Myanmar’s most sacred Buddhist site and is purported to have four relics of former Buddhas enshrined within.

  • Day 3

    EXPLORE PYAY

    DAY 3: EXPLORE PYAY

    Drive to the lively port town of Pyay, with a stop for lunch. In Pyay, visit the local museum before a visit to Shwe San Taw Pagoda and its viewing platform with spectacular views of the town and river.

  • Day 4

    PYAY MARKET

    DAY 4: PYAY MARKET

    Travelling by ox cart, explore the spectacular ruins of the Pyu Kingdom's former capital. Later, visit Hmawzar village to get a glimpse of local life. Return to Yangon.

  • Day 5

    U BEIN BRIDGE

    DAY 5: U BEIN BRIDGE

    Fly to Mandalay and transfer to Amarapura to visit Mahagandayon Temple, a place of monastic study and home to several thousand young monks. Continue to the U Bein Bridge, the world’s longest teak wood bridge, and make your way across it, walking with the locals. Head to Sagaing, and explore the hills around the town, which are dotted with temples and pagodas. Continue to Inwa to explore the Maha Aungmye Bonzan Monastery.

  • Day 6

    EXPLORE MANDALAY

    DAY 6: EXPLORE MANDALAY

    Mandalay is considered the epicentre of Myanmar’s culture and so there is much to explore. Visit the Mahamuni Pagoda, Shwe Inbin Monastery, the Golden Palace Monastery and Kuthodaw Pagoda, home to the world’s largest book – each page is inscribed in marble. Visit a traditional handloom silk workshop before finishing the day on Mandalay Hill.

  • Day 7

    MINGUN

    DAY 7: MINGUN

    Set sail up the Irrawaddy River to Mingun to visit one of the world’s largest bells, the Mingun Bell, and the Mingun Pagoda – had it been completed it would have been Myanmar’s largest. Though incomplete, it is still a monumental structure – 50 metres-tall, 72 metres-wide and constructed entirely of brick. Return to Mandalay and spend the afternoon at leisure.

  • Day 8

    BODHI TAUNG BUDDHA

    DAY 8: BODHI TAUNG BUDDHA

    Leave Mandalay for the Thanboddhay Pagoda, said to contain over half a million colourful images of Buddha. Continue to the Bodhi Taung where a thousand Buddha images rest at the feet of beautiful Banyan trees. In the afternoon see the Aung Setkya Pagoda and enjoy the views of the surrounding countryside, as you travel to Monywa.

  • Day 9

    CRUISE THE IRRAWADDY

    DAY 9: CRUISE THE IRRAWADDY

    Take a boat trip across the Chindwin River to visit Pho Win Taung, a network of sandstone caves full of statues, carvings and murals of Buddha. Drive on to the port city of Pakokku. Visit the lively local market by traditional trishaw and observe the production process of cotton blankets. Continue by boat down the Irrawaddy to Bagan, arriving in time to catch the sunset.

  • Day 10

    EXPLORE BAGAN

    DAY 10: EXPLORE BAGAN

    Visit Htilominlo Pagoda, the Ananda Temple and Shwezigon Pagoda, the latter considered one of the most important pagodas in Bagan. You'll also visit Htilominlo Pagoda. This afternoon, head to a lacquer workshop in the village of Myinkaba before enjoying a spectacular sunset over Bagan's templestrewn plains.

  • Day 11

    MOUNT POPA

    DAY 11: MOUNT POPA

    Travel to Mount Popa and visit the temple that sits on top of a unique volcanic 'plug'. Return to Bagan and discover more of its wonderful temples and pagodas.

  • Day 12

    SHWE U MIN CAVES

    DAY 12: SHWE U MIN CAVES

    Fly to Heho and transfer to Pindaya to visit the Shwe U Min limestone caves. The caves are a famous Buddhist pilgrimage site. Continue to a local workshop that manufactures umbrellas from mulberry paper. Arrive in Kalaw.

  • Day 13

    INLE LAKE

    DAY 13: INLE LAKE

    Drive to Nyaung Shwe and take a boat trip to Inle Lake. The lake is best known for the extraordinary Intha people, who live on and around the water, and their unique rowing technique. Visit a local market and see the floating gardens, village life and magnificent scenery. See Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda, Nga Phe Chaung Monastery and the weaving village of Inpawkhon.

  • Day 14

    INDEIN PAGODAS

    DAY 14: INDEIN PAGODAS

    Cruise on Inle Lake to the crumbling Indein Pagoda complex. Built in the 17th-century, it is home to nearly 1,000 stupas and pagodas. Walk through the rice paddies to Sae Ma village.

  • Day 15

    EXPLORE YANGON

    DAY 15: EXPLORE YANGON

    Fly to Yangon. Upon arrival browse the famous Bogyoke market, perfect for souvenirs. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure before a late afternoon visit to Botataung Pagoda. This evening, stroll around Chinatown before a farewell dinner.

  • Days 16-17

    FLY YANGON TO AUSTRALIA

    DAYS 16-17: FLY YANGON TO AUSTRALIA

    Transfer to the airport for your flight to Australia, arriving home to same or following day.

City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 25°c
  • 5mm
  • Pyay
  • 21°c
  • 1mm
  • Mandalay
  • 21°c
  • 4mm
  • Monywa
  • 21°c
  • 2mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 27°c
  • 2mm
  • Pyay
  • 26°c
  • 1mm
  • Mandalay
  • 24°c
  • 2mm
  • Monywa
  • 21°c
  • 2mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 29°c
  • 7mm
  • Pyay
  • 29°c
  • 1mm
  • Mandalay
  • 28°c
  • 1mm
  • Monywa
  • 25°c
  • 2mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 31°c
  • 15mm
  • Pyay
  • 32°c
  • 10mm
  • Mandalay
  • 31°c
  • 40mm
  • Monywa
  • 29°c
  • 26mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 29°c
  • 303mm
  • Pyay
  • 31°c
  • 141mm
  • Mandalay
  • 31°c
  • 138mm
  • Monywa
  • 31°c
  • 101mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 27°c
  • 547mm
  • Pyay
  • 28°c
  • 398mm
  • Mandalay
  • 30°c
  • 116mm
  • Monywa
  • 28°c
  • 106mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 27°c
  • 559mm
  • Pyay
  • 28°c
  • 626mm
  • Mandalay
  • 30°c
  • 83mm
  • Monywa
  • 30°c
  • 71mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 27°c
  • 602mm
  • Pyay
  • 28°c
  • 234mm
  • Mandalay
  • 29°c
  • 136mm
  • Monywa
  • 30°c
  • 131mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 27°c
  • 368mm
  • Pyay
  • 28°c
  • 260mm
  • Mandalay
  • 29°c
  • 150mm
  • Monywa
  • 29°c
  • 162mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 28°c
  • 206mm
  • Pyay
  • 28°c
  • 138mm
  • Mandalay
  • 28°c
  • 125mm
  • Monywa
  • 28°c
  • 134mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 27°c
  • 60mm
  • Pyay
  • 26°c
  • 50mm
  • Mandalay
  • 25°c
  • 38mm
  • Monywa
  • 25°c
  • 42mm
City Average Temperate Monthly Rainfall
  • Yangon
  • 25°c
  • 7mm
  • Pyay
  • 24°c
  • 4mm
  • Mandalay
  • 22°c
  • 6mm
  • Monywa
  • 24°c
  • 6mm
Hidden Treasures of Myanmar map

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