Yangon Delights
2 Days

Yangon, the capital city of Myanmar, is so evergreen and cool with lush tropical trees, shady parks and beautiful lakes it has earned the name of "The Garden City of the East". Though with the atmosphere of a typical Asian city, It stands out in contrast as it is not yet overwhelmed with the global trends of modernity and is making its own progress at its own pace, in its own calm, civic culture. As the former capital of Myanmar, Yangon is a bustling city featuring colonial architecture and ancient pagodas. Yangon is home to one of the most important Buddhist sites in Myanmar, the Shwedagon Pagoda. no visit would be complete without a tour to this religious site, said to enshrine strands of Buddha’s hair. 

From US$244
MyanmarMyanmar, Yangon

Discover the best of Yangon recent former capital, is a bustling colorful metropolis with a great charm of its colonial heritage, gracious architecture, tranquil lakes and wide charming avenues well-preserved after the British colonial era.


Shwedagon Pagoda, the most sacred and impressive Buddhist site for the Myanmar

Famous Bogyoke Aung San Market, Scott Market, located in the heart of Yangon city.

Atmophere of downtown Yangon with impressive colonial architectures

Huge image of six-tired reclining Buddha

The life and history displayed by a enormous collection of ancient artifacts

Bustling colorful China Town with a very simple night-life

  • Day 1: Yangon City Central
    Day 1: Yangon City Central
    Your sightseeing begins by visiting the colossal Kyaukhtatgyi Buddha, one of the world's largest reclining Buddha's. You will then make photo stops in the heart of Yangon, at such locations as City Hall, the High Court and many colonial style buildings. In the early evening, you will visit the Strand jetty to witness the daily life of the local people and where you will see Yangon's River, which offers a remarkable atmosphere with spectacular colors and photo opportunities. You will then embark upon an evening visit to the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda, a true landmark and one of Myanmar's greatest wonders, and enjoy the stunning sun setting down on this world’s largest golden gilded pagoda.
  • Day 2: Myanmar gem museum
    Day 2: Myanmar gem museum
    Your Yangon city tour continues with a visit to the Nagar Glass factory where you can experience old methods of making glass by experienced workers and then go to Lawka Chanthar, with the world's biggest marble Buddha and the royal white elephant. Then, you will go to the Bogyoke market (formerly "Scott Market") where showcases a wide range of Myanmar handicrafts, jewelry, fabrics, lacquer ware and so on for shopping. You can also visit China Town markets selling fresh fruits, flowers and local delicacies. Later, discover the precious gem Myanmar literally by entering the dazzling Myanmar gem museum to broaden your mind about the gem world and witness sophisticated gem made collections. 
For budget from $244 per person...
The price is generally based on group of 6 people for luxury 2 days itinerary in deluxe 4 star hotels including excursions and private guiding. 

Suggested Accommodation: 
Yangon Summit Park View Hotel


·     All price are note applied to compulsory Gala Dinner on X'mas & New Years's Eves

·    Accommodation:  shared Double/Twin with daily breakfast.
·    Private transportation as per the itinerary
·    Private experienced English speaking guides.
·    Admission/Entrance fees as per the itinerary

·    Tips and gratuities
·    International Air Tickets arrival to and departure from Myanmar
·    Personal expenses not mentioned above.

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