Design Travel Pte
licensed travel agent No. 02035
1002, Toa Payoh Lor 8, 01-1477, Singapore 319074. Tel +65
08 Mar 2012
Myanmar Travels and Tours
Customised tours, eco-tours for young people and international
DT 201233 -
CUSTOMISED MYANMAR TOUR
PAGODA & GOLDEN ROCK
5 days/4 nights
purpose of this tour is for those who want a customised tour of the
most popular Buddhist destinations of Yangon for European and Asian
Tourists at affordable rates. The following itinerary is made for 3
adults from Singapore.
Itinerary for March
2012 is customised for 3 adult Singaporeans wanting to visit Myanmar
from March 19, 2012.
All meals provided (B/LD) = Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner.
Day 1. Sin – Yangon
greet our local English tour guide at Yangon airport and
transfer to Summit Park View hotel or similar. Night stop at
2. Yangon (Full day Shwedagon Pagoda & City
Breakfast at hotel , start sightseeing with our tour guide to
a 107-metre high golden Stupa that
glitters in the afternoon. The golden stupa is the 'heart' of
Buddhist Myanmar. It is believed to be 2,500 years old and the
central stupa in
surrounded by dozens of intricately decorated buildings and
statues. There are always many Myanmar people praying and
making offerings at Shwedagon, and it's a fascinating place to
spend time watching the world go by. After lunch , proceed to
city sightseeing to Central area such as the British Colonial
buildings, City Hall, Sule Pagoda. An evening walk in China
town after dinner. Go back to hotel and night stop.
3. Yangon – Golden Rock (Kyaikhtiyo) (B/L/D)
After Breakfast at hotel, go for a 5-hour morning
drive via Bago to Kin Pun base
which is at the bottom of a mountain. Then we proceed uphill
in an open truck to The Golden rock (known also as
Kyaikhtiyo). The Golden Rock is a huge boulder which is
completely covered by gold leaf and precariously balanced on
the edge of a cliff. The uphill truck drive is a steep and
rough 11-km mountain road. The truck will stop approximately 4
km from the Golden Rock. Tourists will alight and walk along
the mountain road up to the peak where the Golden Rock is
situated. On arrival, watch the beauty of sunset at this
important pilgrimage site. Night stop is at a Kyaikhtiyo
4. Golden Rock (Kyaikhtiyo) – Bago – Yangon (B/L/D)
After Breakfast at hotel, we return to Bago.
Sightseeing includes the Kyaikpun pagoda famous for its tall
and huge Buddha image, Bago local market, the Shwemawdaw
pagoda, one of the most venerated pagodas in Myanmar. We also
view the Hinthargone pagoda and the famous Kalyani Sima
(Ordination Hall) and Shwetharlyaung, the most lifelike
reclining Buddha and Maha Zedi pagoda. On the way back to
Yangon , we visit Htauk Kyant War Cemetery which was built in
1951. It is a memorial cemetery of Allied soldiers who died in
the Burma Campaign during World War II. The cemetery's
beautifully kept compound has 27,000 tombstones of fallen
Commonwealth and Allied soldiers. Back to Yangon for dinner
& night stop at hotel.
5. Yangon – Singapore. (B)
After Breakfast at hotel, transfer to Yangon
airport for departure flight to Singapore.
Quotation as at March 7,
2012 are for 3 adults going to Yangon on March 19, 2012.
The quotation includes Sin – Ygn – Sin return ticket, Airport
transfer, Hotel accommodation of 3-4 star quality, with
Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided, English speaking tour
guide, all entrance fees to pagodas & domestic transportation,
Visa application fees for Singaporean tourists (need 5-working
Quotation as at March 7, 2012 excludes – Yangon airport
tax USD 10 per person, personal expenses, tips and items not
mentioned in the itinerary .
Total package tour price as at March 7, 2012
– SGD 1409 per person flying with MAI.
Total package tour price as at March 7, 2012
– SGD 1479 per person flying with Silk Air. There are
only a few seats left as at March 7, 2012.
Remarks – Flight seats are subject to availability, due to
advanced confirmed bookings in March 2012.
All travellers are strongly advised to buy
their own travel insurance wherever and whenever they
Travel Pte Ltd, a Singapore-licensed travel agency,
collaborates only with reputable and reliable licensed tourist
agencies in Myanmar to provide a value-for-money, hassle-free,
and enjoyable travel to Myanmar for Singaporeans and Singapore
tours are customised and pricing therefore depends on the
period of travel (peak season or off-peak season), the quality
and availability of hotel accommodation, the relatively higher
costs of domestic flights, the higher cost of Silk Air fares
as compared to MAI (Myanmar Airways International) fares and
provision of meals.
As there is a large increase in international tourism to
Myanmar after the lifting of US and European sanctions, the
demand for 4- and 5-star hotels and airline booking is
extremely high since February 2012.
The above itinerary has been customised for 3
adults who want to visit Myanmar's well known Buddhist spots
in March 19, 2012 for 5 days/4 nights.
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