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Excursion Around Yangon
 
Trip Information
Trip Code - Nkt -001
Destination - Yangon - Bago - Yangon Trip
Duration - (3 Days / 2 Nights)

Day 1 Arrival Yangon (-/L/D)

Upon arrival at Yangon International Airport, meet with your guide at Arrival Hall after clearing immigration and custom formalities. He or she will welcome you or your group with welcome signboard. Then transfer to your hotel for check-in (if early check-in is available). If early check-in is not available then view the Colonial Style Buildings downtown, the Chinatown area and the Indian quarter. Enjoy your photo stop at Sule Pagoda and City Hall. Lunch at Local Restaurant.

In the afternoon, drive around the Kandawgyi Park and pass through the Karaweik Royal Barge. Then visit to the reclining Buddha at Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, is almost as large as the enormous figure in Bago Shwethalyaung. Enjoy sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, the 'heart' of Buddhist Myanmar. The Pagoda is believed to be 2,500 years old and it is always full with many people praying and making offerings at Shwedagon and especially on Full Mon days and religious days. Dinner at local restaurant. Accommodation at Hotel, Yangon.

Day 2 Yangon – Bago – Yangon (B/L/D)

After breakfast at hotel, drive north east of Yangon for about 2 hours to the ancient capital of Bago (Pegu). On arrival in Bago, first visit the local market and then go to see Shwemawdaw Pagoda, which has a stupa inlaid with diamonds and is Bago's golden landmark. Continue to Shwethalyaung Buddha, which dates from 994 and is revered throughout Myanmar as the most beautiful Reclining Buddha. Take a look at woodcarving, and then see Kalyani Sima Ordination Hall. Visit also Mahazedi Pagoda with its impressive bell-shaped stupa. Just outside Bago, visit Kyaikpun Pagoda with four 30-meter high Buddha figures seated back to back. Lunch at local restaurant.

An optional visit is included on the way back to Yangon at the British War Cemetery near Htauk Kyant. Return to hotel. Rest of the day at leisure at hotel. Dinner and accommodation at Hotel, Yangon.

Day 3 Yangon departure (B/L/-)

Breakfast at hotel. Visit to Botathaung Pagoda close to the Yangon Wharves. Continue visit to Bogyoke (Scott) Market (closed on Mondays & Public Holidays) and it has the largest selection of Burmese handicrafts. Return to hotel for check out. Enjoy lunch at local restaurant.

In the afternoon, visit other place as time allows. Transfer to Yangon International Airport for your departure flight….

**Home Sweet Home**

Contact NIKO Travels & Tours for the prices

Address : No.608-12/F, Bo Son Pat Condominium, Corner of Merchant St & Bo Son Pat St, Pabedan Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Phone : +95-1 384297, 380677, 389600
E-mail : nikotravels@gmail.com 
Website : www.myanmarnikotravel.com
 

Trip Information
Trip Code - Nkt -002
Destination - Yangon - Bago - Syriam - Yangon Trip
Duration - (3 Days / 2 Nights)
Day 1 Arrival Yangon (-/L/D)

Arrive at Yangon International Airport in the morning. Meet with your guide at Yangon international Arrival Hall after clearing immigration and custom formalities. He or she will welcome you or your group with welcome signboard. Then transfer to your hotel for check-in (if early check-in is available). If early check-in is not available then view the Colonial Style Buildings downtown, the Chinatown area and the Indian quarter. Enjoy your photo stop at Sule Pagoda and City Hall. Lunch at Local Restaurant.

In the afternoon, drive around the Kandawgyi Park and pass through the Karaweik Royal Barge. Then visit to the reclining Buddha at Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, is almost as large as the enormous figure in Bago Shwethalyaung. Enjoy sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, the 'heart' of Buddhist Myanmar. The Pagoda is believed to be 2,500 years old and it is always full with many people praying and making offerings at Shwedagon and especially on Full Mon days and religious days. Dinner at local restaurant. Accommodation at Hotel, Yangon.

Day 2 Yangon – Bago – Yangon (B/L/D)

After breakfast at hotel, drive north east of Yangon for about 2 hours to the ancient capital of Bago (Pegu). On arrival in Bago, first visit the local market and then go to see Shwemawdaw Pagoda, which has a stupa inlaid with diamonds and is Bago's golden landmark. Continue to Shwethalyaung Buddha, which dates from 994 and is revered throughout Myanmar as the most beautiful Reclining Buddha. Take a look at woodcarving, and then see Kalyani Sima Ordination Hall. Visit also Mahazedi Pagoda with its impressive bell-shaped stupa. Just outside Bago, visit Kyaikpun Pagoda with four 30-meter high Buddha figures seated back to back. Lunch at local restaurant.

An optional visit is included on the way back to Yangon at the British War Cemetery near Htauk Kyant. Return to hotel. Rest of the day at leisure at hotel. Dinner and accommodation at Hotel, Yangon.

Day 3 Yangon – Syriam – Yangon (B/L/-)

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, drive out of Yangon across the Yangon River by way of the Than Lyin Bridge, which was built by Chinese engineers. Syriam is a small settlement with a fascinating history. At various times a Hindu colony, Portuguese enclave and trading centre, Syriam was also at one time part of the Pegu Empire that held sway over the southern provinces of Myanmar. Indeed, Syriam was even the country’s main port until it was replaced by Yangon. Visit a local market in Than Lyin (Syriam) and continue to Kyauk Tan a charming place with bustling streets lined with foodstalls and restaurants. Take a short rowing boat trip to see Ye-Le Pagoda, situated on a tiny island in the middle of the river, and guarded by two colourful ogres. Return to Yangon. Lunch at local restaurant.

In the afternoon, visit to Bogyoke (Scott) Market (closed on Mondays & Public Holidays) and it has the largest selection of Burmese handicrafts. Visit other places as time allows and tour end at Yangon International Airport for your departure flight.

**Home Sweet Home**

Contact NIKO Travels & Tours for the prices

Address : No.608-12/F, Bo Son Pat Condominium, Corner of Merchant St & Bo Son Pat St, Pabedan Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Phone : +95-1 384297, 380677, 389600
E-mail : nikotravels@gmail.com 
Website : www.myanmarnikotravel.com
 

Trip Information
Trip Code - Nkt -003
Destination - Yangon - Twante - Yangon Tour
Duration - (3 Days / 2 Nights)
Day 1 Arrival & Yangon Sightseeing (-/L/D)

Upon Arrival at Yangon International Airport, meet with your guide at Yangon international arrival hall after clearing immigration and custom formalities. The guide will welcome your group with welcome signboard. Then transfer to your hotel for check-in (if early check-in is available). If early check-in is not available then view the Colonial Style Buildings downtown, the Chinatown area and the Indian quarter. Enjoy your photo stop at Sule Pagoda and City Hall. Visit to Mahabandoola Park, opposite to City Hall. The independent monument is located in the park. Lunch at local restaurant.

In the afternoon, drive around the Kandawgyi Park and pass through the Karaweik Royal Barge. Then visit to the reclining Buddha at Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, is almost as large as the enormous figure in Bago Shwethalyaung. Enjoy sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, the 'heart' of Buddhist Myanmar. The Pagoda is believed to be 2,500 years old and it is always full with many people praying and making offerings at Shwedagon and especially on Full Mon days and religious days. Accommodation at hotel, Yangon.

Day 2 Yangon – Twante – Yangon (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Early morning, pick up from the hotel and transfer to Botahtaung Jetty for your cruise to Twante. Twante is known for its pottery making business. It used to be an ancient city which lies 25Kms away from Yangon. The cruise will take you across the famous Twante Canal which was dug during the colonial days and it take you on a whimsical sightseeing trip around Twante & visit the pottery industry on trishaws or pony carts.

(The road in the Twante is extremely bumpy and you should be prepared for an uncomfortable yet very interesting ride, which provides a glimpse of life on and along the famous Twante Canal.)

07:45 AM – Boarding at Botahtaung Jetty
08:00 AM – Departure from Botahtaung Jetty
09:00 AM – Coffee/Tea + Snacks served on board
11:30 AM – Arrival at Twante Township & Sightseeing
01:15 PM – Lunch on board
02:30 PM – Arrival at Botahtaung Jetty

After the cruise time, visit the Botathaung Pagoda close to the Yangon Wharves. There is a sort of mirrored maze inside the stupa, with glass showcases containing many of the ancient relics. Return to your hotel and free at leisure on your own. Overnight at hotel, Yangon.

Day 3 Yangon Sightseeing (B/L/-)

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, visit to Bogyoke (Scott) Market (closed on Mondays and Public Holidays) and it has the largest selection of Burmese handicrafts. Next to Bogyoke Market, there is Parkson Shopping Center where you can buy branded items. Then visit to Kaba Aye Pagoda (World Peace Pagoda), is hollow and inside are some nice Buddhist sculptures. Then continue visit to Mahar Parsana Cave, has six huge concrete pillars and six entrances to mark the Sixth Great Synod. The assembly hall inside is 220 feet in length and 140 feet in width. Next visit Mailamu Paya, located in the outskirts of Yangon, is a large expanse of land on which larger-than-life and colourful statues depicting Buddha's lives are located. Mailamu Paya also showcases a pavilion on a man-made lake, and several zedis. Visit other place as time allows and tour ends at Yangon International Airport for your departure flight….

**Home Sweet Home**

For the Details & Costs, contact us !!

NIKO Travels & Tours

Address : No.608-12/F, Bo Son Pat Condominium, Corner of Merchant St & Bo Son Pat St, Pabedan Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Phone : +95-1 384297, 380677, 389600
E-mail : nikotravels@gmail.com 
Website : www.myanmarnikotravel.com
 

Trip Information
Trip Code - Nkt -004
Destination - Yangon – Bago – Twante – Yangon – Syriam Tour
Duration - (5 Days / 4 Nights)
Day 1 Arrival & Yangon Sightseeing (-/L/D)

Upon Arrival at Yangon International Airport, meet with your guide at Yangon international arrival hall after clearing immigration and custom formalities. The guide will welcome your group with welcome signboard. Then transfer to your hotel for check-in (if early check-in is available). If early check-in is not available then view the Colonial Style Buildings downtown, the Chinatown area and the Indian quarter. Enjoy your photo stop at Sule Pagoda and City Hall. Visit to Mahabandoola Park, opposite to City Hall. The independent monument is located in the park. Lunch at local restaurant.

In the afternoon, drive around the Kandawgyi Park and pass through the Karaweik Royal Barge. Then visit to the reclining Buddha at Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, is almost as large as the enormous figure in Bago Shwethalyaung. Enjoy sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, the 'heart' of Buddhist Myanmar. The Pagoda is believed to be 2,500 years old and it is always full with many people praying and making offerings at Shwedagon and especially on Full Mon days and religious days. Accommodation at hotel, Yangon.

Day 2 Yangon – Bago – Yangon (B/L/D)

This morning, drive north east of Yangon for about 2 hours to the ancient capital of Bago (Pegu). On arrival in Bago, first visit the local market and then go to see Shwemawdaw Pagoda, which has a stupa inlaid with diamonds and is Bago's golden landmark. Continue to Shwethalyaung Buddha, which dates from 994 and is revered throughout Myanmar as the most beautiful Reclining Buddha. Take a look at woodcarving, and then see Kalyani Sima Ordination Hall. Visit also Mahazedi Pagoda with its impressive bell-shaped stupa. Just outside Bago, visit Kyaikpun Pagoda with four 30-meter high Buddha figures seated back to back. Lunch at local restaurant. An optional visit is included on the way back to Yangon at the British War Cemetery near Htauk Kyant. Return to Yangon and overnight at hotel, Yangon.

Day 3 Yangon – Twante – Yangon (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Early morning, pick up from the hotel and transfer to Botahtaung Jetty for your cruise to Twante. Twante is known for its pottery making business. It used to be an ancient city which lies 25Kms away from Yangon. The cruise will take you across the famous Twante Canal which was dug during the colonial days and it take you on a whimsical sightseeing trip around Twante & visit the pottery industry on trishaws or pony carts.

(The road in the Twante is extremely bumpy and you should be prepared for an uncomfortable yet very interesting ride, which provides a glimpse of life on and along the famous Twante Canal.)

07:45 AM – Boarding at Botahtaung Jetty
08:00 AM – Departure from Botahtaung Jetty
09:00 AM – Coffee/Tea + Snacks served on board
11:30 AM – Arrival at Twante Township & Sightseeing
01:15 PM – Lunch on board
02:30 PM – Arrival at Botahtaung Jetty

After the cruise time, visit the Botathaung Pagoda close to the Yangon Wharves. There is a sort of mirrored maze inside the stupa, with glass showcases containing many of the ancient relics. Return to your hotel and free at leisure on your own. Overnight at hotel, Yangon.

Day 4 Yangon Sightseeing (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, visit to Kaba Aye Pagoda (World Peace Pagoda), is hollow and inside are some nice Buddhist sculptures. Then continue visit to Mahar Parsana Cave, has six huge concrete pillars and six entrances to mark the Sixth Great Synod. The assembly hall inside is 220 feet in length and 140 feet in width. Next visit Mailamu Paya, located in the outskirts of Yangon, is a large expanse of land on which larger-than-life and colourful statues depicting Buddha's lives are located. Mailamu Paya also showcases a pavilion on a man-made lake, and several zedis. On the way back to downtown, visit to Gems Show Room. Lunch at local restaurant. Then visit to Bogyoke (Scott) Market (closed on Mondays and Public Holidays) and it has the largest selection of Burmese handicrafts. Next to Bogyoke Market, there is Parkson Shopping Center where you can buy branded items. Return to your hotel and free at leisure. Overnight at hotel, Yangon.

Day 5 Yangon – Syriam – Yangon Departure (B/L/-)

At 08:00 hours drive out of Yangon across the Yangon River by way of the Than Lyin Bridge, which was built by Chinese engineers. Syriam is a small settlement with a fascinating history. At various times a Hindu colony, Portuguese enclave and trading centre, Syriam was also at one time part of the Pegu Empire that held sway over the southern provinces of Myanmar. Indeed, Syriam was even the country’s main port until it was replaced by Yangon. Visit a local market in Than Lyin (Syriam) and continue to Kyauk Tan a charming place with bustling streets lined with foodstalls and restaurants. Take a short rowing boat trip to see Ye-Le Pagoda, situated on a tiny island in the middle of the river, and guarded by two colourful ogres. Return to Yangon at 1200 hours. Then Visit other place as time allows. Return to hotel for your check out. Transfer to Yangon International Airport for your departure flight

**Home Sweet Home**

For the Details & Costs, contact us !!

NIKO Travels & Tours

Address : No.608-12/F, Bo Son Pat Condominium, Corner of Merchant St & Bo Son Pat St, Pabedan Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Phone : +95-1 384297, 380677, 389600
E-mail : nikotravels@gmail.com 
Website : www.myanmarnikotravel.com

 
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