Best Of Myanmar - Thailand & Cambodia - 16 Days

Best Of Myanmar – Thailand & Cambodia – 16 Days

Starts
Yangon
Destinations
+ 6
Ends
Siem Reap
Yangon → Inle Lake → Bagan → Mandalay → Bangkok → Phnom Penh → Siem Reap

Highlights

  • Admire the sacred pagoda in Myanmar, Golden Shwedagon Paya
  • Explore thousand temples & pagoda scattering around Bagan
  • Experienced an elephant riding in Chiang Mai
  • Discover one of the most bustling city in Southeast Asia Bangkok
  • Learn Khmer history through the sites in Phnom Penh
  • Impressed with magnificent Angkor Temples
Age range
Under 87 year olds
Accommodation
3 / 4 / 5
Transportation

See the best of Myanmar, Thailand & Cambodia in the sixteen-day compact yet insightful trip, taking in the cultural, historical and natural highlights of each. Discover a land of cultural richness, Myanmar’s historic monuments and physical beauty. Take a well-deserved discovery and experience the mystery and majesty of Thailand with a stopover in the modern metropolis of Bangkok. Learn Cambodia’s history in Phnom Penh and then ascend to the realm of the gods at Angkor Wat. Embark on this tour with Myanmar Travel today to get unforgettable experiences.

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Itinerary

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  1. Day 1: Yangon Arrival.

    Mingalabar! Up on arrival at Yangon International airport, our guide and driver will welcome you at the airport and transfer to your hotel.
    Refresh to cover from jet leg.
    Meals: N/A
    Accommodation: Hotel in Yangon

  2. Day 2: Yangon city tour

    Yangon city tour:  After breakfast, enjoy guided city tour to discovery the most highlights of busting formal capital Yangon.
    Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon, is still a relatively quiet and charming city. Its impressive colonial and spiritual heritage makes Yangon one of the most fascinating and authentic capitals of South-East Asia.
    Start with the visit to Sule Pagoda which is believed to enshrine a strand of hair of the Buddha & the nearby City Hall & Mahabandoola Park with Independent Monument
    From Sule Pagoda, we embark on an orientation walk to Chinese Town, covering exotic streets of Yangon downtown and British Colonial building as Emmanuel Church, Inland Water Buildings.
    Continue to Bogyoke Market. Formerly named Scott’s Market, it is now the main tourist destination where you can find antique, Burmese handicrafts & jewelry shops, art galleries & clothing stores.
    Late afternoon, visit Shwedagon pagoda – the most prominent monument in Yangon which dominates the sky with golden flash, giant spires and holy relics.
    Meal: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Hotel in Yangon

  3. Day 3: Yangon – Fly to Heho – Inle Lake. Indein Temple visit

    Leave Yangon for Heho and transfer to Inle Lake. Inle Lake, the second largest lake in Myanmar, located 900m above sea level and is home to unique one leg rower Intha people.
    Board a relax motorized boat ride on the lake and follow the small creek to visit the beautiful temple of Indein, located on the hill overlooking the lake. It will be definitely relaxing to walk along the corridor and enjoy the giant columns which have been left to the nature for centuries.
    Enjoy the sunset on the lake while the boat taking you back to your hotel. Plenty of chances for photograph of one leg rowing fishermen, floating gardens & stilted houses on the way.
    Meals: Breakfast.
    Accommodations: Hotel in Inle Lake

  4. Day 4: Inle Lake sightseeing

    This morning, you will visit the 5 days market which is hold in different villages
    surround the lake. This is definitely a fascinating place to enjoy the scene of local tribes in their colorful clothes and exotic market atmosphere.
    Continue our sightseeing tour to Phaungdawoo Pagoda, famed for its richly gilded five small Buddha images, also is believed the holiest in Inle Lake. Our next visit is Ngaphechaung monastery, once known as jumping cat pagoda. As you travel further to Nam Pan village; cotton and lotus weaving factory, cigar making houses will impress you with a sense of traditional Intha life.
    Back to your hotel midafternoon and free at leisure for the rest of the time.
    Meals: Breakfast.
    Accommodations: Hotel in Inle Lake

  5. Day 5:Inle Lake – Heho. Fly to Bagan & temple exploration

    Leave Inle Lake for Heho to take a short flight to Bagan. Spend the whole day exploring Bagan where over 2,000 ancient temples blossom from the countryside.
    Start our sightseeing today with the visit to lively & colorful market of Naung U. Our first temple visit is to Shwezigon Pagoda, which is believed to enshrine a bone and tooth of Gautama Buddha. Continue to Htilominlo Temple, Ananda Temple, housing four standing Buddha and then to Sulamani Temple.
    This afternoon, enjoy the exotic horse cart to one of the biggest temple in Bagan: Nan Paya pagoda and many other interesting sites nearby. The highlight of today is the panoramic sunset view over Bagan.
    Meal: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Hotel in Bagan

  6. Day 6: Bagan exploration on E-bike

    Today, enjoy a leisure e-bike ride around Bagan plain through thousand temples, fields & villages. More temples to be listed including Nan Paya Pagoda, Manuha Temple, Shwenandaw Pagoda….
    Visit lacquerware workshops to discover the traditional way that local people make the lacquer wares which feature a part the Bagan fame.
    We offer an hour beautiful sunset boat ride on Irrawaddy River.
    Meal: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Hotel in Bagan

  7. Day 7: Bagan – drive to Mandalay. Inwa – Ubein Bridge

    Leave temples of Bagan behind and we take 4 hour drive to Mandalay.
    Known as the hub of Buddhism in Myanmar, Mandalay is a realm of stupas, monks and monastery.
    In the afternoon, drive to Inwa (Ava), situated on the banks of the Irrawaddy River. Once a royal capital, Inwa is now a quiet rural oasis. Enjoy a horse cart ride around the peaceful countryside, visiting Bagaya Kyaung, a beautiful teak wood monastery, Maha Aungmyay Bonzan Kyaung, and Nan Myint tower.
    End of the day, walk over Ubein Wooden Bridge, the longest teakwood of its type & enjoy great sunset view here.
    Meal: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Hotel in Mandalay

  8. Day 8: Mingun – Mandalay City. Fly to Chiang Mai.

    Drive to Mandalay pier, embarking on a private boat upstream to visit Mingun, famed for its huge and incomplete Pahtodawgyi Pagoda, Mingun Bell the 90 tons ringing bell and the white temple Hsinbyume.
    Continue the city tour visiting Shwenandaw Monastery – noted for its exquisite wood carvings, Kuthodaw Pagoda – known as the world’s biggest book and some handicraft workshops of gold leaf beating & silk weaving.
    Late afternoon, fly to Chiang Mai.
    Meal: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Hotel in Chiang Mai.

  9. Day 9: Chiang Mai - Elephant Camp.

    Breakfast shall be served at the hotel and then we will visit one of the popular Elephants Camp, where you can see the Elephants at work. You have a chance to ride the elephants crossing the river into the forest. Then enjoy a bamboo rafting adventure along the river for around 45 minutes. Onwards to an orchid farm where there are many beautiful species of orchid. And after that going back to the hotel and free at leisure.
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.
    Accommodation: Hotel in Chiang Mai.

  10. Day 10: Chiang Mai city visit. Fly to Bangkok

    After breakfast, drive up Doi (Mount) Suthep to visit Wat Phrathad Doi Suthep – 3,500 feet above sea-level, the most sacred temple in Northern Thailand, containing a holy relic of Lord Buddha. You will have a panoramic view of the city from this height.
    Take the early afternoon flight to Bangkok.
    On arrival, be picked up to your hotel and rest of the time is free at leisure.
    Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Hotel in Bangkok

  11. Day 11: Bangkok - Ayutthaya day trip

    This morning, leave Bangkok for Ayutthaya – 70km from Bangkok. The first stop is the Bang Pa-In Summer Palace Palace (also known as Summer palace), located 18km from Ayutthaya on the bank of Chao Phraya River. Arrive in Ayutthaya – the ancient capital for over 400 years. You will visit Wihan Phramongkhon Bophit which has one of the largest bronze Buddha images in Thailand. The next visit is Wat Phra Si Sanphet located in grand palace compound used as a presidential palace. This is the biggest temple in Ayutthaya. Then you will visit Wat Maha That – an over 600 years old temple and Wat Na Phra Mane. Wat Na Phra Mane is still in good condition and was used as the Burmese military headquarters during the war. Inside this temple, you will see the sparking Golden Buddha with the three thousand-year-old Buddhas carved from green stone which are extremely valuable national relics. Back to Bangkok.
    Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Hotel in Bangkok.

  12. Day 12: Bangkok city tour. Fly to Phnom Penh

    After breakfast at the hotel, your guide will pick you up and take you to the Grand Palace which is the official of King Siam since 1782 made up of numerous buildings, halls, pavilions set around open lawns, gardens and courtyards. It is located on the bank of Chao Phraya River. Inside the Grand Palace complex is Wat Phra Kaeo or Temple of the Emerald Buddha – the most beautiful and sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. The following visit is Wat Pho – the temple of reclining Buddha. The temple has a long list of credits: The oldest and largest temple in Bangkok, the longest reclining Buddha and the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand, the first public education institution.
    Continue to Wat Arun which is known as Temple of Dawn – one of the best well-known sites in Bangkok.
    Late afternoon, take a short flight to Phnom Penh. Get picked up on arrival.
    Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Hotel in Phnom Penh

  13. Day 13: Phnom Penh City Tour

    Phnom Penh was founded in the 14th century and has long been a vital trading hub at the confluence of three rivers: the Mekong, Tonle Sap, and Bassac. Start the day learning about the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia’s recent history on a guided tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the notorious Choeung Ek “Killing Fields”. In the afternoon, try out your best bargaining skills on a walk through the city’s expansive “Russian Market”, where you can find anything from motorcycle parts to valuable gems. Our cultural tour continues as we visit the National Museum an excellent introduction into ancient Khmer art and civilization and the Royal Palace, home to the royal family and the opulent silver pagoda.
    Meals: Breakfast.
    Accommodation: Hotel in Phnom Penh.

  14. Day 14: Phnom Penh drive to Siem Reap – Tonle Sap Lake

    Leave Phnom Penh for a 5 hour drive on the highway to Siem Reap.
    Welcome to Siem Reap, the provincial capital and gateway to the ancient Angkor temples. Designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Angkor Archaeological Park encompasses dozens of temple ruins including Bayon, Banteay Srei and the legendary Angkor Wat. Upon arrival, your guide and driver will welcome you at the airport and take you to the hotel for check in.
    In the afternoon, head out of town and embark on a short cruise along Tonle Sap Lake and visit the local floating villages. In the late afternoon to watch the sunset from the foot of Phnom Krohm Mountain on the way back to your hotel in town.
    Meals: Breakfast.
    Accommodation: Hotel in Siem Reap.

  15. Day 15: Full Day Angkor Temples Discovery

    Enjoy an entire day dedicated to discovering the mysterious Angkor temples. Wake before dawn and take a tuk-tuk ride to visit Angkor Wat at sunrise. Dawn is one of the most beautiful and haunting times to visit the temples, whose ancient sandstone blocks are gilded gold by the early morning rays. Return to the hotel for breakfast (or asked your hotel to prepare your take-away) then set back out on a full day temple tour.
    Our first stop is the jungle-covered temple of Ta Prohm which is a wonderful combination of human genius and natural beauty with its giant trees that have grown there for centuries. The temple became more famous after Tomb Raider was filmed there.
    Drive further through the North Gate of Angkor Thom to see the enigmatic faces of Bayon Temple that’s known as the heart of Angkor Thom. You’ll also see the intricate base reliefs of the Terrace of the Elephants, Angkor Thom is filled with fabulous monuments on the way to get there.
    We exit through South Gate of Angkor Thom- the beautiful and old Gate with its majestic doors and artifacts then back to your hotel.
    Some other temples could be added during the day: Takeo and Preah Khan.
    Meals: Breakfast.
    Accommodation: Hotel in Siem Reap.

  16. Day 16: Siem Reap departure

    Your driver shall take you to the airport for your departure flight.
    Have a good journey and see you again!
    Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation: N/A

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• Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels
• 5 Flights: Yangon – Heho – Bagan, Mandalay – Chiang Mai – Bangkok – Phnom Penh
• Private tours, transfers and all services as mentioned in the itinerary
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• Service of English speaking guides in every location
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