The Irrawaddy River has shaped Burma’s history; it’s the country’s economic lifeblood and inseparable from Burmese spiritual life. Sailing through the heart of ‘Middle Myanmar’ cruise past a varying landscape – from the lush teak plantations around Prome to the desert country south of Pagan.
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Early morning meet at the Sule Shangri-La hotel and transfer to Prome. Afternoon explore Prome and Thayekhittaya.
This morning enjoy a tour of Bagan and visit Htilominlo. Take a short ride on traditional, ceremonial oxcarts through the temples of Bagan. Afternoon, enjoy visiting a local workshop that creates lacquerware, visit Gubyaukgyi Temple and proceed to the Bagan viewing hill to witness the sunset over the pagodas.
This morning we will explore the town of Ava by horsecart, visiting the beautiful 200-year-old teak Bagaya Kyaung Monastery and Nanmyin watchtower, and witnessing life in a local nunnery. Afternoon visit U-Bein Bridge believed to be the world’s longest and oldest teakwood bridge.
Accommodation in hotel with private facilities (Check-in 1400hrs /Out 1200hrs in, Deluxe & Luxury hotels)
Meals as motioned above.
Sightseeing as described in the Itinerary
Ayravata Cruises English-Speaking Guide
All Entrance Fees
Meet and greet by THO executive
All currently applicable taxes
Early check-in and late check-out at the hotel
Expenditure of personal nature, such as porter charges, camera fees, drinks, souvenirs, laundry etc.
International airport tax in Yangon (US$10.- per person)
Services not listed in above inclusions
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