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Itinerary A (YANGON /BAGAN/MANDALAY / YANGON)
Itinerary B (YANGON / BAGAN / MANDALAY / TAUNGGYI / YANGON)
Itinerary C (YANGON / BAGAN / MANDALAY / MAY MYO / TAUNGGYI / YANGON)

Itinerary A YANGON / BAGAN / MANDALAY / YANGON (8 Days /7 Nights)

Day 1: 
Arrive in Yangon and transfer to hotel. Overnight Yangon

Day 2 :
Golf in the morning on the well laid out Yangon Golf Course or the Myanmar Golf Course in Yangon. After lunch the afternoon is reserved for sightseeing, which includes visiting the National Museum, Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha and then enjoy a sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, which looks most impressive late afternoon, early evening. Overnight Yangon

Day 3:
Early morning flight to Bagan. After arrival we suggest spending the rest of the morning visiting the sights in Bagan.  There you will see the Shwezigon Pagoda, the Kyansittha U Hmin (cave) and the Htilominlo Temple. Having checked in the Thiripyitsaya Sakura Hotel and managed to refresh, the afternoon is reserved for golfing at the Bagan Gold Resort. Overnight Bagan

Day 4 :
Bagan is called the valley of Temples. So we suggest a full day sightseeing in Bagan. You will be browsing the market in Nyaung U, visiting the Dhamayangyi and Ananda Temple. Following that you will have the change to see a Lacquerware factory before inspecting the Nanuha and the Nanphaya Temple. You will be finishing the day seeing the sunset from the Shwesandaw Pagoda. Overnight Bagan

Day 5:
You will be leaving Bagan and take a short flight to Mandalay. On transfer from the Airport you will get a first impression of Mandalay by visitin gthe U Bein Bridge (longest teak bridge in the world), inspect a silk weaving factory and visit the Mahamuni Pagoda before checking in the Mandalay Hill Resort. Late afternoon / evening you will play on the Yetagun Taung Golf course in Mandalay. Overnight Mandalay.

Day 6:
A relaxing boat ride in the morning will bring you to Mingun, where you will see the largest stuppa in the world. Having returned and after a lunch break you will see how the gold leafs are being beaten until it is incredibly thin. All by manual labour. You will stop by the Shwenandaw and the Kuthodaw Pagoda, bofore enjoying the sunset on top of the Mandalay Hill. Overnight in Mandalay 

Day 7 :
Return to Yangon in the morning. The final day in Burma has to include visiting the Glass blowing factory, the Gem Museum and the Bogyoke Aung San Market (former Scott Market) Overnight Yangon

Day 8 :   Departure

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Itinerary B: YANGON / BAGAN / MANDALAY / TAUNGGGYI / YANGON (11 Days/10 Nights)

Day 1:

Arrive in Yangon and transfer to hotel. Overnight Yangon.

Day 2 :
Golf in the morning on the well laid out Yangon Golf Course or the Myanmar Golf Course in Yangon. After lunch the afternoon is reserved for sightseeing, which includes visiting the National Museum, Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha and the Shwedagon Pagoda, which looks most impressive late afternoon, early evening. Overnight Yangon

Day 3 :
Early morning flight to Bagan. After arrival we suggest spending the rest of the morning visiting the sights in Bagan.  There you will see the Shwezigon Pagoda, the Kyansittha U Hmin (cave) and the Htilominlo Temple. Having checked in the Thiripyitsaya Sakura Hotel and managed to refresh, the afternoon is reserved for golfing at the Bagan Gold Resort. Overnight in Bagan

Day 4 :
Bagan is called the valley of Temples. So we suggest a full day sightseeing in Bagan. You will be browsing the market in Nyaung U, visiting the Dhamayangyi and Ananda Temple. Following that you will have the change to see a Lacquerware factory before inspecting the Nanuha and the Nanphaya Temple. You will be finishing the day seeing the sunset from the Shwesandaw Pagoda. Overnight in the Thiripyitsaya Sakura Hotel

Day 5:
You will be leaving Bagan and take a short flight to Mandalay. On transfer from the Airport you will get a first impression of Mandalay by visitin gthe U Bein Bridge (longest teak bridge in the world), inspect a silk weaving factory and visit the Mahamuni Pagoda before checking in the Mandalay Hill Resort. Late afternoon / evening you will play on the Yetagun Taung Golf course in Mandalay. Overnight in  Mandalay.

Day 6 :
A relaxing boat ride in the morning will bring you to Mingun, where you will see the largest stuppa in the world. Having returned and after a lunch break you will see how the gold leafs are being beaten until it is incredibly thin. All by manual labour. You will stop by the Shwenandaw and the Kuthodaw Pagoda, bofore enjoying the sunset on top of the Mandalay Hill. Overnight in Mandalay.

Day 7:
The Plane to Heho will leave in the morning. After arrival you will be driven to Taunggyi by car. Taunggyi is the capital of the Shan states and the visit includes  the Shan State Museum, the Cheroot factory and the market in Taunggyi. Overnight Taunggyi

Day 8:
Inle Lake is one of the most picturesque areas in the world. you will have the chance to visit this calm beauty by boat. To find out how people are living on the lake, you will be visiting the Local 5 day Market (which changes location every day) the Phaungdaw U Pagoda, the floating gardens and check out the local industry by visiting the Ikat silk-weaving factory. Before returning to the Hotel,  stop at the Ngaphechaung Monastery.

Day 9 :
Having seen so many sights, enjoy a relaxing golfing day at Ayetharyar Golf Course. Overnight  Taungyi

Day 10:
Return to Yangon in the morning. The final day in Burma has to include visiting the Glass blowing factory, the Gem Museum and the Bogyoke Aung San Market (former Scott Market). Overnight Yangon.

Day 11:   Departure

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Itinerary C YANGON / BAGAN / MANDALAY / MAY MYO / TAUNGGYI / YANGON(13 Days / 12 Nights)

Day 1 :
Arrive in Yangon and transfer to hotel. Overnight Yangon

Day 2 :
Golf in the morning on the well laid out Yangon Golf Course or the Myanmar Golf Course in Yangon. After lunch the afternoon is reserved for sightseeing, which includes visiting the National Museum, Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha and the Shwedagon Pagoda, which looks most impressive late afternoon, early evening. Overnight Yangon

Day 3 :
Early morning flight to Bagan. After arrival we suggest spending the rest of the morning visiting the sights in Bagan.  There you will see the Shwezigon Pagoda, the Kyansittha U Hmin (cave) and the Htilominlo Temple. Having checked in the Thiripyitsaya Sakura Hotel and managed to refresh, the afternoon is reserved for golfing at the Bagan Gold Resort. Overnight Bagan

Day 4 :
Bagan is called the valley of Temples. So we suggest a full day sightseeing in Bagan. You will be browsing the market in Nyaung U, visiting the Dhamayangyi and Ananda Temple. Following that you will have the change to see a Lacquerware factory before inspecting the Nanuha and the Nanphaya Temple. You will be finishing the day seeing the sunset from the Shwesandaw Pagoda. Overnight Bagan

Day 5 :
You will be leaving Bagan and take a short flight to Mandalay. On transfer from the Airport you will get a first impression of Mandalay by visitin gthe U Bein Bridge (longest teak bridge in the world), inspect a silk weaving factory and visit the Mahamuni Pagoda before checking in the Mandalay Hill Resort. Late afternoon / evening you will play on the Yetagun Taung Golf course in Mandalay. Overnight Mandalay

Day 6 :
A relaxing boat ride in the morning will bring you to Mingun, where you will see what would have been the largest stuppa in the world. Having returned and after a lunch break you will see how the gold leafs are being beaten until it is incredibly thin. All by manual labour. You will stop by the Shwenandaw and the Kuthodaw Pagoda, bofore enjoying the sunset on top of the Mandalay Hill. Overnight Mandalay

Day 7 :
When you have made it once to Mandalay, It is worth spending some time visiting the British Hill station Pyin-Oo-Lwin, which is on the foothills of the Shan Plateau. It is on the important road that connects Mandalay with China. The City has a strong Indian influence, as the British used the Indians to suppress a Shan rebellion. The trip to Pyin-U-Lwin includes the Peikchinmyaung cave and the National Kandawgyi Park (former known as Maymyo Botanical Garden). Overnight Maymyo

Day 8 :
The morning is for relaxing on the Golf course of Pyin-Oo-Lwin.  In the afternoon you will return to Mandalay, the Mandalay Hill Resort.

Day 9 :
The Plane to Heho will leave in the morning. After arrival you will be driven to Taunggyi by car. Taunggyi is the capital of the Shan states and the visit includes  the Shan State Museum, the Cheroot factory and the market in Taungyyi. You will be staying in the Ayetharyar Hotel.

Day 10 :
Inle Lake is one of the most picturesque areas in the world. you will have the chance to visit this calm beauty by boat. To find out how people are living on the lake, you will be visiting the Local 5 day Market (which changes location every day) the Phaungdaw U Pagoda, the floating gardens and check out the local industry by visiting the Ikat silk-weaving factory. Before you return to Ayetharyar Hotel, you will stop at the Ngaphechaung Monastery.

Day 11:
Having seen so many sights, you will relax all day on the Ayetharyar Golf Course. Overnight is still in Ayetharyar Hotel.

Day 12:
Return to Yangon in the morning. The final day in Burma has to include visiting the Glass blowing factory, the Gem Museum and the Bogyoke Aung San Market (former Scott Market). In Yangon you will stay in the Grand Plaza Park Royal.

Day 13:     Departure

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