Yangon Short Stop 4 Days

Yangon Short Stop 4 Days

Yangon retains much of the charm of its colonial heritage. There are many fine examples of Victorian buildings and the wide city streets are lined with a variety of beautiful old trees. The majestic Shwedagon Pagoda towers over all, dominating the view and inspiring awe in all who see it. 

Yangon  •  Twante 
  • Itinerary

    Day 1 – Arrive Yangon
    You will be met by your guide on arrival at Yangon airport and transferred to your hotel for a three night stay.
    Day 2 – Yangon
    A full day of sightseeing in Yangon city with visits to the Shwedagon Pagoda, National Museum, and the Chaukhtatkyi reclining Buddha. (B,L)
    Day 3 – Twante excursion
    Travel by local ferry this morning to Twante in the Ayeyarwaddy River delta. Hop on a trishaw and take a ride to the local pottery workshop to see the craftsmanship for which the area is noted. Return to Yangon via Dala, located across the river from the capital. From the dockside in Yangon, take a guided walk along scenic Pansondan Street which is lined with colonial style buildings from the British period. (B,L)
    Day 4 – Depart Yangon
    At leisure until private guided transfer to the airport for exit flight. (B)

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    • Tour Prices

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      Tour prices are in Australian dollars and are subject to change.

    • Price Includes:
      • Hotel accommodation
      • Meals as listed (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
      • All transfers and sightseeing tours as listed, inclusive of entrance fees
      • Services of driver and an English speaking guide
      A surcharge will apply for travel 22Dec-10Jan and during Water Festival in April.
      Sole Traveller prices apply for one person travelling on their own and staying in a single room. The Single room price applies when two or more people travel together and a single room is required.


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    Yangon Short Stop 4 Days


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