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Travels in Myanmar

Classic Tours

•  5 Days Classic Tour (5D/4N)

•  6 Days Classic Tour (6D/5N)

•  8 Days Classic Tour (8D/7N)


Free & Easy Tour

•  Garden City Yangon (4D/3N)

•  Freedom Tours (3D/2N)
•  Free and Easy (10D/9N)

Adventure Tour

•  Hot-air Balloon (8D/7N)

•  Naga Festival (5D/4N)

•  Puta-O Trip (10D/9N)

•  Mt.Victoria (3D/2N)

•  Kaw Thaung Island (3D/2N)

•  Staying in Phakant (3D/2N)

•  Ruby Trip to Mogok (3D/2N)


Eco Tours

•  Golf Tour (3D/2N)

•  Bird Watching (6D/5N)

•  Rail Tours (10D/9N)
•  Cycle Tour (14D/13N)


Cruise Tours

•  Delta Queen (6D/5N)

•  Pandaw (6D/5N)

•  Road to Mandalay (6D/5N)


Extension Tours

•  Northern Shan State (6D/5N)

•  The Ancient Mrauk U (4D/3N)
•  Kyaiktiyo & Moulmein (4D/3N)


Diving Tour

•  Diving Expeditions (8D/7N)

•  Sailing yacht (9D/8N)


Trekking Tours

•  Trekking Tour (19D/18N)


Road to Mandalay Cruise

One of the best ways to see Myanmar is gliding down its legendary river, the Ayeyarwaddy, abroad a superbly appointed luxury river cruiser, the”Road to Mandalay”. Already renowned for its deluxe train operating on the scenic Singapore- Bangkok route,” Orient –Express Trains + Cruises” has again made history b y initiating cruises on the Ayeyarwaddy River.

6-day cruise only form Mandalay to Bagan (Monday – Saturday)

Mon :
Mool on arrival at Yangon International Airport and Transfer to the hotel. Enjoy a city tour which includes the old colonial-style city center with the guilded SULE PAGODA, the giant reclining Buddha image CHAUK HTAT GYI and a photo stop at KARAWEIK HALL (a royal floating barge on the picturesque Kandawgyi Lake). Sightseeing at Yangon’s landmark, the golden SHWEDAGON PAGODA, will conclude today’s tour of the Garden City Yangon. The golden dome of the Shwedagon Pagoda rises 98 meters above its base and is covered with 60 tons of pure gold. Overnight in Yangon.

Tue :
Day at leisure Overnight in Yangon.

Yangon – Mandalay
Road To Mandalay

Wed : In the morning transfer to Yangon Airport for domestic flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival transfer to the “Road To Mandalay”, berthed on the Ayeyarwaddy River at “Shwe Kyet Yet”, opposite the beautiful Sagaing Hills, studded with numerous while pagodas. Passengers are greeted by the ship’s captain , the hotel manager and ‘Road To Mandalay” stall. After lunch , a guided tour includes the key sights of Mandalay. Four hundreds miles north of Yangon, the century-old city of Mandalay is the capital of Upper Myanmar and the second largest city in the country. To the local people, Mandalay represents Myanmar ‘s past and present and is regarded as the centre of Myanmar culture and Buddhist learning. Visit the MAHAMUNI PAGODA with its spectacular Buddha image covered with thick layers of gold leaves and SHWE NAN DAW KYAUNG (or GOLDEN PALACE MONASTERY), a superb example of a traditional wooden building . Return to the “Road To Mandalay” visiting the 150 year-old U BEIN teak bridge in AMARAPURA (1.2 kilometers long) , built in 1851 at the time when Amarapura was the royal capital. Relaxed dinner, local entertainment and overnight on board.Cruise from Mandalay towards Bagan.

Thu : After and early breakfast there is an opportunity to visit the SAGAING HILLS, a retreat for Buddhist devotees, crossing one of the very few bridges that span the mighty Ayeyarwaddy River. Sagaing is considered to be the living centre of the Buddhist faith in Myanmar and the hundreds of monasteries reverberate with the echoes of cymbals, gongs and pagodas bells. Sagaing is also famous for its silver and silversmiths that still work in much the same way as their ancestors did. Return to the “Road To Mandalay” mid morning . The ship gets underway and begins its journey downstream towards Bagan. The rest of the is spent relaxing on board, admiring the many beautiful views from the top deck, observing the local river life or taking part in one of the tanaka and longyi demonstrations. An on board guide lectures on local places and customs. Dinner and overnight on board.

The ship arrives in BAGAN mid-morning Passengers disembark for a first glimpse of this awe-inspiring plain. This is truly one of the world’s richest archaeological sites. From the 11th to 13th centuries the kings of Myanmar devoted their resources to building pagodas and temples. Today, over 2,000 temples and pagodas remain on the banks of the river. A guided orientation tour introduces travelers to the highest, biggest and most important temples, such as the HTILOMINLO TEMPLE and the SHWEZIGON PAGODA. After lunch on board, opportunity to rejoin the guide and visit some of the more significant pagodas such as ANANDA TEMPLE, considered to be the masterpiece of Mon architecture and the GUBYAUKGYI TEMPLE home of some of Bagan’s finest frescoes of the “Jataka” tales. Alternatively clients can hire a bicycle or horse-drawn cart for a few dollars and explore this fascinating area on their own. Late in the afternoon climb the steep exterior slopes of one of the pagodas for the breathtaking vista of the sun setting over the plain , turning the brick-built temples and pagodas fiery red. Dinner, local entertainment and overnight on board.

Bagan - Yangon
Transfer from the “Road To Mandalay” to Nyaung Oo (Bagan) Airport. Return flight to Yangon. Lunch is served in Yangon before returning to the airport for International departure.

Remark: Every effort will be made to ensure to the published cruise itinerary is allowed as closely as possible, however, given certain river and other local conditions, all schedules and itineraries are subject to alterations and delays at short notice.




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