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Day Tour To Twante - Tour
Day Tour To Twante
$ 93
1 Day
Available on request
Day Tour To Twante
$ 93
It is focus on Community-based tourism. It effectively supports local residents who invite travelers to visit their community with the provision of midnight accommodation. If you are interested in that kind of tourism or you are the one who truly want to support the community from the destination where you visit, there is no better choice than this. This program is learn about Kyaikthale village that is home to the Mingalar Bio Garden, nearly 6-acres plot of fertile land that was turned into an essential hotspot for vegetable production shortly after the Cyclone Nargis disaster in 2008. The main beneficiary of the nutrient rich food grown here is a nearby monastic school, home to over 800 students. The aftermath of the cyclone led to severe food shortage and the residents of the monastic school lived off basic staples such as rice and cooking oil, which of course led to the students being severely malnourished. read more read less
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Day Tour Visit in Yangon - Tour
Day Tour Visit in Yangon
$ 87
1 Day
Available on request
Day Tour Visit in Yangon
$ 87
Walking tour and take Circular Train in Yangon Start: Your hotel in Yangon (downtown) @ 7:30 AM End: Your hotel in Yangon (downtown) @ 4:00 PM Our guide will meet you in the hotel lobby at 7:30 am and drive to Myanmar Post Office from where we start our walking tour (approximately 3 hours). You will have a chance to see the old financial district, dating back to the early 20th century with such buildings with faded grandeur as The High Court (1900), invoking former colonial glory, The Old Telegram Office, The City Hall (1940), The old Jewish Office Building (1906), The old Armenian Balthazar Office Building (1907), a number of old residential buildings (early 1900), The Port authority building, The old Armenian Church, British Embassy (1900),  and the beautiful St Mary’s Cathedral, the third biggest cathedral in Asia, and the magnificent Secretariat Building. On the way, we will pass through The Oldest Hotel of Myanmar located at 1901, Strand Hotel, one of the three chain hotels by Sarkies Brothers. The three-hour walking tour will come to an end at the Secretariat Building.  We then heading to local tea shop and then transfer to Yangon Railway Station for a merry-go-round on a circular train. A ride on Yangon’s Circular Railway offers a fascinating tour around the commercial capital offering a passing insight into all walks of life, including commuters, vendors and beggars. Riding the train provides a glimpse of the daily lives of the city’s residents during a round-trip that passes through satellite towns and suburbs, some very poor, that takes about one hour. At the end of the sightseeing, transfer to your hotel in Yangon Downtown. Evening Street Food Walking Tour Start: Maharbandoola Park @ 5:00 PM End: China Town @ 8:30 PM Our guide will meet you at meeting point around Maharbandoola Park which is a downtown green space presided by the Independence Monument, where we begin our exploration into Yangon's evening street food scene. Winding our way through the side alleys of downtown's historic and ethnically rich neighborhoods including Little India and China Town, we'll drop by some of our favorite stalls and family owned eateries. Introducing you to a fascinating produce market far from the tourist route, we'll finish up at our favorite 19th St BBQ joint where fish and cold beer perfectly compliment the people watching opportunities. Finally, back to your hotel (own arrangement) to enjoy a serene night life in Yangon. Finally, transfer to hotel for enjoy your night at hotel in Yangon.     read more read less
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Meet the Different Attractions of Bagan - Tour
Meet the Different Attractions of Bagan
$ 505
1 Night 2 Days
Available on request
Meet the Different Attractions of Bagan
$ 505
Recognised by UNESCO World Heritage for numerous of cultural and historical of ancient city, Bagan, famous for over 2000 ancient monuments and highlights of historic pagodas and monasteries. Due to located in the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River, Bagan is the main reason for long lasting of ancient pagodas.  read more read less
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Track the History of Unique Bagan - Tour
Track the History of Unique Bagan
$ 405
1 Night 2 Days
Available on request
Track the History of Unique Bagan
$ 405
Recognised by UNESCO World Heritage for numerous of cultural and historical of ancient city, Bagan, famous for over 2000 ancient monuments and highlights of historic pagodas and monasteries. Due to located in the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River, Bagan is the main reason for long lasting of ancient pagodas.  read more read less
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Crossing River touching by Irrawaddy Dolphins and Wildlife Nature - Hsithe Village - Tour
Crossing River touching by Irrawaddy Dolphins and Wildlife Nature - Hsithe Village
$ 117
1 Day
11 Aug, 12 Aug, 13 Aug, and more
Crossing River touching by Irrawaddy Dolphins and Wildlife Nature - Hsithe Village
$ 117
This tour is specialized on Hsithe, an idyllic, riverside village, which is situated on the east bank of the Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) River some 60 km north of Mandalay, is ideal. Without electricity or running water, no roads and no cars in the village and accessible only by boat, Hsithe seems from another era – a hidden gem.The big community of poor fishermen and fisherwomen in Hsithe welcomed the idea to create a new tourist destination with a number of interesting additional livelihoods. Especially you can learn about Irrawaddy Dolphins. read more read less
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Explore to Ma Gyi Kan - Tamarind Lake Village with nature activities - Tour
Explore to Ma Gyi Kan - Tamarind Lake Village with nature activities
$ 85
1 Day
11 Aug, 12 Aug, 13 Aug, and more
Explore to Ma Gyi Kan - Tamarind Lake Village with nature activities
$ 85
This tour is specialized on Ma Gyi Kan Village (Tamarind Lake Village Homes) which is located in Salay Town, Chauk Township. The community of Ma Gyi Kan village manage and operate our proposed product and serve as a tool for strengthening social and economic capacities of the villagers. We serve as a tool for strengthening social and economic capacities of the villagers. The majority of the participants in the operation team are women. Before operating this project, villagers have training skills as diverse as safety, hygiene, guiding, and bookkeeping. Community people feel proud of and are comfortable to share with guests.   read more read less
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Day Tour to Dala Sightseeing - Tour
Day Tour to Dala Sightseeing
$ 65
1 Day
11 Aug, 12 Aug, 13 Aug, and more
Day Tour to Dala Sightseeing
$ 65
Start: Your hotel in Yangon (downtown) @ 9 AM / 1 PM End: Your hotel in Yangon (downtown) @ 1 PM / 5 PM Program Details Our car and guide will meet you at the hotel lobby in Yangon downtown for visit to Dala which is a township on the outskirts of Yangon, on the south of the Yangon River. The first step to getting across the river required that we transfer to Pansodan Jetty for take ferry boat to Dala, the area attached to the jetty terminal also functions like most markets in Yangon, serving the hundreds of locals who commute from Dala to Yangon each day (during the day the ferry leaves every 20 minutes). Upon arriving on Dala, take a trishaw and visit to Shwe Sayan Pagoda, small fisherman village, candle making workshop, recycle of plastic workshop and monastic education school. You can enjoy the rural view of the town despite of the fact the town is only on the other side of the river. After sightseeing in Dala, take ferry back to Yangon and transfer back to your hotel in Yangon downtown. read more read less
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Excursion Tour in Bago - Tour
Excursion Tour in Bago
$ 120
1 Day
11 Aug, 12 Aug, 13 Aug, and more
Excursion Tour in Bago
$ 120
Start: Your hotel in Yangon (downtown) @ 8 AM End: Your hotel in Yangon (downtown) @ 6 PM Program Details Our car and guide will meet you at the hotel lobby in Yangon downtown and drive to Bago, (approx. 2 hour drive). When we reach at Bago, first visit to Shwemawdaw Pagoda –114 meters in height and the tallest pagoda on record in Myanmar. And then continue to Kanbawza Thadi – The heart of ancient Hanthaweddy was the Kanbawza Thadi and the original Palace was built by King Bayintnaung in 1556. It is said that the original palace had 76 apartments. It was burnt down in 1599. We then visit to Kyaik Pun Pagoda, known for its four towering images sitting back to back with slightly different facial expressions and being visible from far away in the open air without shelter. After sightseeing those interesting place, visit to Bulaeinn villa which is approximately 1 ½ s from Yangon and 30 min from Bago. And then relax your free time at villa. Villa will provide complimentary usage of bicycle, swimming and fruits. In the late afternoon back to Yangon and then transfer to your hotel in Yangon downtown. read more read less
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Day Tour Visit in Yangon ( first) - Tour
Day Tour Visit in Yangon ( first)
$ 55
1 Day
11 Aug, 12 Aug, 13 Aug, and more
Day Tour Visit in Yangon ( first)
$ 55
Our car and guide will pick up you at your place and sightseeing tour includes  the old colonial-style city centre and Sule Pagoda – which is the landmark of the city center and the interesting octagonal pagoda 46 meters high in the heart of Yangon, is also enshrined a hair of Buddha last 2000 years ago. The tour continues to Chaukhtatgyi, a huge reclining Buddha image. Then visit to Bogyoke(Scotts) Market (closed on every Monday), with hundreds of stores and visit a gems shop and then visit to Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the world’s most spectacular religious monuments. The golden dome rises 98 meters above its based and it is cover with 60 tons of pure gold and then drive back to your hotel. read more read less
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