Visit:Rangoon, Heho, Kalaw, Inle Lake, Pindaya, Mandalay, Pyinsi, Mount Popa National Park, Bagan
Hotel : 4 & 5 Star
All transfers and road transport
All flights as specified
All sightseeing as specified
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About an hour’s drive north of Mandalay, Kyaukmyaung is a small river port renowned for its ceramics, especially the huge, kilnfired pots which were used to transport oil, fish paste, and other foodstuffs for export. Known as Martaban jars, these distinctive containers are characterized by their glossy brown glaze and sweeping floral designs. Hundreds of […]
The definitive landform among the many outlandish limestone outcrops and massifs blistering the otherwise flat terrain beyond Hpa-an is Mount Zwegabin (2,373 ft/732 m), whose forested flanks surge upward from the vivid green rice fields. Legend has it that the hill is the home of local spirits and souls. Reached via a steep flight of […]
One of a trio of shrines standing in a neat row just south of the main road, this doublestory temple is capped by a richly gilded corncob spire. Two Buddha images preside over the main hall on the first floor, while four Buddhas facing the cardinal points sit in the upper chamber. Traces of original […]
Another 20 miles (32 km) to the north, Dhanyawadi is the site of a second lost city, which local legend asserts was visited by the Buddha in 554 BC. The event, which took place during the reign of King Chandra Surya, is believed to have been marked by the casting of a huge bronze Buddha […]