8 Days 7 Nights
Bagan (2N) – Inle Lake (2N) – Mandalay (2N) – Yangon (1N)
Experience the fascinating culture and spiritual traditions of Myanmar with our exclusive Myanmar Burma Tour Package from IMAD Travel. Immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of this country as we take you on a journey through its main sights, including Bagan, Inle Lake, Mandalay, and Yangon.
Throughout your journey, you will have opportunities to interact with different ethnic groups inhabiting various regions of Myanmar. Learn about their traditions, customs, and colourful festivals that highlight their diverse heritage.
As you explore these ancient sites filled with history and wander through picturesque landscapes untouched by time, you will also discover modern elements blending seamlessly into Myanmar’s tapestry. From contemporary art galleries to trendy cafes serving up delicious fusion cuisine, Myanmar offers a striking contrast between tradition and progress.
This exclusive 8 days Myanmar Tour Packages from India amalgamates captivating historical sites with authentic cultural experiences—allowing you to dive deep into both past and present-day traditions while embracing exploration at its finest.
Day 1 of Myanmar Burma Tour Package your unforgettable journey through Myanmar sightseeing begins with a warm reception upon your arrival. Our dedicated team will be there to greet you and accompany you to your hotel for check-in. Later in the day, get ready for an immersive experience exploring the heart of the city center – a captivating blend of old-world charm and colonial influences. Brace yourself for an enchanting mix of car rides and leisurely strolls as we uncover hidden treasures in every nook and cranny.
Our initial destination is none other than Sule Pagoda – an ancient temple steeped in history spanning over two millennia! Marvel at its timeless beauty while taking in the bustling surroundings of government buildings and vibrant shops. As we continue our expedition, we’ll pass through Mahabandoola Park, a popular rendezvous point for locals and visitors alike. Along this path, you’ll encounter City Hall, a vibrant enclave reminiscent of India’s cultural tapestry, and a bustling little China that will transport you to another world.
The climax of this awe-inspiring day awaits you at the majestic Shwedagon Pagoda – an architectural masterpiece that has captivated hearts for generations. Bask in the golden glow of its resplendent stupa as you soak in panoramic views from this privileged spot. Be prepared to be mesmerized by one of the world’s most beautiful places.
With your senses enriched and memories etched forever, retreat to your overnight sanctuary for a well-deserved rest before continuing your extraordinary Myanmar expedition.
Experience the wonders of Bagan tour packages on day 2 of your Myanmar Tour Package with IMAD Travel. Begin your morning at the airport, where you’ll board a flight to Bagan. From the top of a temple, marvel at the breathtaking view of the expansive Bagan plains before embarking on an unforgettable trek. Next, explore the magnificent Shwezigon Pagoda, a stunning gold structure built in traditional Myanmar style in 1087. Journey to Wetkyi-Inn Village and discover the enchanting Gubyaukgyi cave temple adorned with exquisite jataka mural paintings.
Conclude your afternoon with a visit to Htilominlo Temple, renowned for its intricate plaster carvings and glazed stone decorations. Immerse yourself in Myanmar’s rich culture as you witness the craftsmanship behind traditional lacquer ware at a local workshop.
As part of best tour packages Myanmar from IMAD Travel, you will have the opportunity to visit Ananda Temple, which is renowned for its exceptional design and breathtaking beauty. Constructed in the early Mon style, this temple boasts two Buddha statues that appear distinct depending on your proximity to them. Additionally, you will also explore other notable temples such as Thatbyinnyu, Dhammayangyi, and Sulamani. Don’t miss the chance to witness a stunning sunset over the plains from the upper terrace of this temple. Spend the night here.
During your Bagan travel packages on the third day of your Myanmar tour packages from IMAD Travel, make sure to include a visit to Mt. Popa. This ancient volcano reaches a height of 1518 meters and is home to the revered 37 Nats, spiritual beings from Burmese folklore.
Pay homage to these spirits at the dedicated shrine (climbing is optional!). In the afternoon, enjoy a scenic one-hour drive back to Bagan. Along the way, we will stop at a charming village known for its palm tree wine and syrup production. Witness the fascinating process before continuing on to your hotel for check-in and some well-deserved rest. Overnight stay.
Embark on an adventure to northern Myanmar tour package from India on day four by boarding a plane bound for Mandalay – an enchanting city that serves as the epicenter of Burmese culture. Upon reaching this captivating destination, our itinerary commences with a visit to Amarapura – aptly named City of Immortality – where we can immerse ourselves in its timeless allure. Delve deeper into Mandalay’s artistic heritage by exploring a silk-weaving workshop renowned for crafting breathtaking handmade goods.
As the day progresses, pay homage to spirituality at Mahagandayon monastery, housing an impressive community of more than a thousand devoted monks. Concluding our exploration is an afternoon encounter with one of Myanmar’s most iconic treasures – Mahamuni Pogada’s majestic 13ft-high seated Buddha image.
Embarking on the Myanmar Burma Travel Packages offered by IMAD Travel, our fifth day takes us to Ava – a captivating blend of an ancient town and a serene countryside adorned with scattered ruins, monastery structures, and stupas amidst open fields.
Our exploration of Ava includes must-visit sites such as BagayaKyaung (a magnificent teak monastery), Maha Aungmye Bonzan monastery (a royal monastic temple made of stucco-covered brick), and Nanmyin monastery (a leaning watchtower built with stucco-covered brick). After immersing ourselves in the wonders of Ava, we will continue our journey towards the bustling city centre.
As part of the Myanmar Burma Travel Packages from IMAD Travel, you will have the opportunity to embark on a road trip to Sagaing after lunch this afternoon. This exciting journey will include a memorable crossing of the Irrawaddy River, allowing you to witness the beauty of Sagaing’s numerous white-and-gold stupas. Additionally, we will explore the local market in Sagaing, which offers a unique glimpse into traditional Burmese culture that is often overlooked by tourists.
Here, you can browse and purchase various products such as pottery, silverware, and other locally crafted handicrafts. To further enrich your experience, we will also visit a charming pottery village where you can observe the fascinating process of making the iconic water pots that are widely seen throughout Myanmar. Rest assured that this unforgettable adventure will be followed by an overnight stay.
Experience an extraordinary adventure with IMAD Travel’s Inle lake tour packages! On the sixth day of your trip, indulge in a delightful breakfast before being whisked away to Mandalay International Airport for your convenient transfer to Heho. Brace yourself for an enchanting one-hour journey through breathtaking landscapes as you make your way to Nyaung Shwe – the enchanting village that welcomes you into the captivating realm of Inle Lake.
Along this scenic route lies the magnificent Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery – an ancient architectural gem adorned with oval-shaped windows that exude timeless charm. Capture these cherished moments with your camera before continuing onto Nyaung Shwe town where you can immerse yourself in its vibrant atmosphere and perhaps stumble upon a lively market bustling with colors and local treasures (subject to availability).
Upon arrival at Inle Lake tour package, you will embark on a private motorboat to explore one of Myanmar’s most breathtaking destinations. Traverse the stilted communities that dot the lake’s surface and marvel at the skilled leg-rowing fishermen. Take in the beauty of the floating gardens made from water-stained strips. Don’t miss a visit to the ancient Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, renowned for its five Buddha sculptures adorned with golden leaf.
Immerse yourself in the rich traditions of Inle Lake tour package by exploring the weaving village of Inpawkhone and witnessing the meticulous craftsmanship at a cheroot factory, where traditional Burmese cigars are meticulously handcrafted in small quantities. If time permits, indulge in a leisurely stroll through one of the charming lakeside communities before retiring for an overnight stay.
Join us on day 7 of your Myanmar Burma Holiday Packages from IMAD Travel for an enriching experience. After enjoying a delicious breakfast, embark on a delightful stroll around the lake to immerse yourself in the vibrant morning market scene. This bustling marketplace rotates its location within the lake’s various communities every five days, attracting not only local residents but also hill tribes from nearby areas who gather here to engage in lively trade and exchange activities.
It’s worth noting that this captivating market operates daily, except during dark moon and full moon days when it takes a break. As you continue your journey, follow a picturesque canal that leads you to an Indian village nestled in the heart of the lake – home to the ethnic Padaung people, affectionately known as long neck women.
Embark on an enchanting journey through exclusive Myanmar Burma travel packages offered by IMAD Travel. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this mystical land as you traverse along a sheltered lane embellished with countless pagodas flanking its path. Ascend a grand covered staircase that leads you to the majestic Alaung Sithu complex, situated amidst a captivating scenery adorned with ancient stupas concealed within lush foliage.
Indulge in an extraordinary panoramic vista of Lake Inle that spans 360 degrees from this vantage point. As night falls, retreat to your accommodation located on Inle Lake and relish in moments of relaxation and tranquility.
Begin your 8th day with a delicious breakfast before heading to Heho Airport for a flight bound for Yangon tour packages. Upon arrival, our team will be waiting to escort you to your hotel. Today’s exciting itinerary features a visit to Bogyoke Market, also known as Scott’s Market in the past. Here, you can indulge in shopping for an array of authentic Myanmar handicrafts and more (Please note: closed on Mondays and public holidays). To conclude the day, we will transfer you to Yangon International Airport so you can catch your return trip home.
In conclusion, our exclusive Myanmar Burma Tour Packages offers an incredible opportunity to experience the rich culture and spiritual traditions of this captivating country. From exploring ancient temples and pagodas to witnessing traditional ceremonies and rituals, you will truly immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of Myanmar.
With IMAD Travel, you can trust that every detail of your trip will be expertly arranged, allowing you to focus on creating unforgettable memories. Don’t miss out on this extraordinary adventure – book your Myanmar Burma Tour Package today and embark on a journey that will leave you in awe of this remarkable destination.
When you arrive, you'll be greeted and taken to your hotel. This afternoon, we'll go on a tour of the city centre, which is full of old and colonial buildings, both by car and on foot. Sule Pagoda is a temple that dates back 2200 years and is surrounded by government buildings and shops. We'll first go to see it. People go to Mahabandoola Park, which is where the Independent Monument is, as they make their way. By now, you should have passed City Hall, a little India, and a little China. End your day at the Shwedagon Pagoda, which is one of the world's most beautiful places. Enjoy the best views of the golden stupa from this spot. Overnight.
This morning, you'll go to the airport to fly to Bagan. At the top of a temple, you'll have a magnificent sight of the Bagan plains, and you'll begin your trek. After that, we'll go to the Shwezigon Pagoda, which was built in Myanmar style in 1087 and is made of gold. Gubyaukgyi, a cave temple in Wetkyi-Inn Village, is known for its beautiful jataka mural paintings and the elegant Htilominlo Temple, which is known for its fine plaster carvings and glazed stone decorations. The afternoon starts with a visit to a traditional lacquer ware workshop, where you can see how one of Myanmar's best-known handicrafts is made. Continue to Ananda Temple, one of Bagan's best-designed temples and one of the most beautiful in the city. Ananda was built in the early Mon style, and it has two Buddha statues that look different depending on how far away you are from them. Thatbyinnyu, the highest temple in Bagan, Dhammayangyi Temple, and Sulamani Temple are all places you'll go. This temple has an upper terrace where you can see a beautiful sunset over the plains. You can go there to see it. Overnight.
During your trip to Bagan, stop by Mt. Popa, an extinct volcano that stands 1518 metres tall. To worship are the 37 Nats, Burmese spirits who lived in the past. This shrine is dedicated to them. (Climbing is optional!) There is a one-hour drive to Bagan in the afternoon. During our trip, we'll stop in a small town where palm trees are used to make wine and syrup. Take a look at the amazing production process. Then, drive to your hotel, check in, and take a break. Overnight.
To go north this morning, take a plane and go to Mandalay. Mandalay is the cultural centre of Myanmar. The first place we'll go to when we get there is called Amarapura, which means "City of Immortality." Also, go to a silk-weaving workshop that makes beautiful handmade goods. Then, go to Mahagandayon monastery, where more than a thousand monks live. Mahamuni Pogada is a 13ft-high seated Buddha image that is one of Myanmar's best-known. We'll go there in the afternoon, and we'll look at the Buddha.
The first stop today on our way to the city centre is Ava, one of the ancient towns and a remarkably rural backwater of vacant fields sparsely studded with widely separated ruins, monastery structures and stupas. We'll continue on to the city centre after that. Explore Ava by plodding horse cart, stopping at BagayaKyaung (a magnificent teak monastery), Maha Aungmye Bonzan monastery (a royal monastic temple built of stucco-covered brick), and Nanmyin monastery (built of stucco-covered brick) (a leaning watchtower of Ava). After lunch this afternoon, you will embark on a road trip to Sagaing, which will include a crossing of the Irrawaddy River. Sagaing is known for its countless white-and-gold stupas, which are a sight to behold. We'll also pay a visit to the local market in Sagaing, which is a typical Burmese market that few visitors see. You will discover a variety of products for sale here, including pottery, silver, and other handicrafts created in the area. We will also visit a tiny pottery village where we will be able to observe the process of creating the ubiquitous water pots that can be found all around Myanmar. Overnight.
After breakfast, you will be transferred to Mandalay International Airport for your trip to Heho. From Heho, a one-hour beautiful journey takes you to Nyaung Shwe, the village that serves as the entryway to Inle Lake. Take a break along the road to the wooden Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery, which is a magnificent ancient monastery with oval-shaped windows, and take some photos. Also included is a brief stop in Nyaung Shwe for a quick tour about town and a visit to the colourful market, if one is taking place on that particular day. When you reach the shores of Inle Lake, you will board a private motorboat that will take you out to Inle Lake, one of Myanmar's most beautiful sites. Pass through communities erected on stilts above the lake, witness the leg-rowing fisherman, and have a look at their floating gardens, which are constructed from water-stained strips. Visit the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, which is 800 years old and notable for its five Buddha sculptures that have been coated in gold leaf. Investigate the traditional crafts of Inle Lake by visiting the weaving village of Inpawkhone and a cheroot factory, where the traditional Burmese cigars are created by hand in small batches. You might be able to squeeze in a quick stroll through one of the lakeside communities if time allows. Overnight.
After breakfast, take a stroll around the lake to see the morning market. The market rotates its location throughout the lake's communities on a five-day cycle, and it is frequented by lake residents as well as hill tribes from the surrounding area who come to sell and exchange their items. (Please keep in mind that the market is open every day except on dark moon and full moon days.) Continue along a short canal that leads to an Indian village populated by ethnic Padaung people from the middle of the lake ("long neck women"). You'll be walking along a covered lane with a thousand pagodas lining both sides of it. Following a lengthy covered staircase, you will reach the majestic Alaung Sithu complex, which is set in a lovely landscape of ancient stupas hidden in lush greenery with an incredible 360-degree panorama of Lake Inle. This afternoon is free for you to relax at your hotel. Spend the night on Inle Lake.
Following breakfast, travel to Heho Airport for a flight to Yangon, where you will be met and transferred to your hotel upon arrival. On today's itinerary, you'll go to Bogyoke Market, formerly known as Scott's Market, where you may shop through a diverse assortment of Myanmar handicrafts and other things (Note: closed on Mondays and public holidays). After that, you will be transferred to Yangon International Airport in order to catch your trip home.
The United States dollar continues to function as an alternate currency that is virtually totally interchangeable with the Vietnamese dong. Many rates, particularly for hotels, tours, and costly restaurants, are still quoted in US dollars, despite the fact that you can pay in dong in many instances. Make sure you always have a supply of little bills on hand so that you don't have to worry about running out of change.
It is important to note that the climate and temperature in Vietnam are highly variable and vary from one place to another. At certain times of the year, the climate in one region may be favourable while the climate in another may be unfavourable. You can inform us about your interests so that we can better advise you on excursions that are appropriate for you.
In major cities, you can exchange cash and travellers' checks at large hotels or at approved foreign exchange institutions located in central locations. The number of approved foreign exchange banks outside of the main towns and tourist areas is limited and dispersed. You avoid running out of money when venturing off the usual route, make sure to bring adequate cash.
Myanmar/Burmese is the official language, however there are numerous regional and minority languages and dialects spoken as well. All of the big hotels offer services in English. Basic English is also commonly spoken throughout the country, particularly in urban areas.
Tipping is popular in Myanmar and is greatly appreciated by the locals. Tipping is completely voluntary and should be used to reward employees who provide good and satisfied service. In most cases, major hotels and restaurants charge a 10 percent service tax on their invoices.