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    Duration: 13 Days 12 Nights - Price $1950

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  • Burma At Glance Tour

    Duration: 07 Days 06 Nights - Price $1250

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    Duration: 12 Days 11 Nights - Price $2385

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Yangon Attractions


The high and colorfully decorated 35-meter Kaba Aye Pagoda means or “peace of world”. Red, yellow and turquoise lotuses, swastika and lotus buds are carved on the stucco exterior, topped by the golden stupa. Golden arches on the porches around the outside of the pagoda are attached withen golden figurines. There are also precious statues and relics housed within the pagoda. Meanwhile, the Maha Pasana (Great Stone) Cave is seen north of the Kaba Aye Pagoda and included in the...

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Bogyoke Aung San Market (also known as Scott Market) is located in the centre of Yangon on Bogyoke Aung San Road. It is one of the best markets in Burma. With many items introduced for sales, from handmade souvenirs to gems, paintings to rubies, with more than 1500 shops, it is certainly easy to see why the famous market is always busy, regardless of a certain time you pay it a visit. Antique shops account for much space of the...

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This notable lake was entirely man-made, and created as a reliable water supply for the city. The major source of water of the lake comes from Yangon’s another lake, called Inya lake. Kandawgyi now is become a landscape of the city and an indispensable part of any visit to Burma’s former administrative capital. Nestleded inside the Kandawgyi Nature Park, which also includes the Yangon Zoological Gardens, the lake is a popular venue for city dwellers coming to have their morning...

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The park is a good place for a brief afternoon stroll or short break when you visit the downtown area and colonial buildings, including the Independence Monument, an obelisk that commemorates Burmese independence from Britain in the mid-20th century. Each foreigner will have to pay 500 Kyat entrance fee. Once inside though, you will have plenty of space to walk around and take nice pictures. The garden is definitely a nice place to get away from the traffic and noises...

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If you are looking for ecotourism tour around Yangon City, Burma, there are no places else better than Hlawgar National Park, located about 35km north of Yangon. The Hlawgar National Park is diverse and really a treasure trove of flora and fauna, with 623 hectares in total. It offers accommodation to many kinds of deer (eld’s deer, hog deer, barking deer, sambar deer), as well as pangolin (a scaly, plate-covered mammal that rolls up into a ball when defending itself),...

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This distinctive architecture is specially designed by U Ngwe Hlaing, a Burmese architect, which wrapped up in 1974. At first, the barge was constructed as a place for important events. However, today it houses a buffet restaurant. If you want to highlight your trip right from the arrival date in Burma, visit the Karaweik Royal Barge in the evening and stay for the delicious and special dinner it offers. The price for such a lovely dinner buffet cost approximately US$20,...

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The Botataung Pagoda was constructed then given its current name after the Burmese 1,000 men managed to bring the  relics of the Buddha back to Burma from India. In Burmese language, “tataung” normally refers to 1000. The relics are now carefully restored and protected in the hollow interior of the pagoda. They are said to include a sacred hair of the Buddha, along with two body relics. During World War II, the Botataung Pagoda was entirely destroyed and was only...

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Inside the five-tiered wooden pagoda building sits an impressive Buddha Statue. The statue is14 meters tall on its pedestal and the same distance wide, the white Buddha is beautifully adorned in gold and precious gems. Looking down tranquilly on the devotees from high up on its platform, the Buddha at the Ngahtatgyi is striking in appearance, framed by its exquisite gold crown and unusual gold body “armor.” The ceiling and wall behind the Buddha are sophisticatedly carved, and there are...

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Situated northeast of the magnificent Shwedagon pagoda, the Chauk Htat Gyi pagoda is the place where houses one of Burma’s most important and revered reclining Buddhas. The famous pagoda itself is basically a huge metal structure designed to house and shelter the very big concrete-made Buddha statue from the elements. The paya opens all hours of the day, and admission to visit the Buddha is subject to free of charge. Stretching horizontally on a very long platform, the Buddha is...

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Having built for more than 2,000 years, the Sule Pagoda is one of the Burma’s three most revered pagodas in Yangon, besides Shwedagon and Botataung pagodas. The octagonal stupa lying in the Yangon City downtown is plated in gold with its dome rising 48 meters. It is also said to enshrine a single strand of hair from the Buddha. The Sule Pagoda is set at the junction of Sule Pagoda Road and Mahabandoola Road. When the British occupied Yangon in...

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The site used to be the Ripon Hall but was replaced by the current development in 1936. The building is an excellent model of the syncretic Burmese style and Burmese architect U Tin was the one in charge of designing and constructing it. The building reveals a traditional tiered roof and has many Burmese details and decoration around the pillars. The building is adjacent to some major landmarks of the city such as the High Court, Main Post Office and...

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Dominating the skyline of entire Yangon City, the magnificent Shwedagon golden stupa is considered the most revered and sacred of all Buddhist sites by people of Burma. Its magnificent appearance glitters brilliantly in the sun during daytime, and reveals its glow almost magically amid spotlights at night, making it the ideal place for any sunset view in Yangon. The Shwedagon Pagoda is lovely situated to the north of central Yangon, between People’s Park and Kandawgyi Lake. Get a ticket at...

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