Tour C ( Nay Pyi Taw - Bagan - Mandalay )

8th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights
in Nay Pyi Taw From 23rd Feb – 26th Feb 2016
Myanmar Pre & Post stop over offer Presented by Columbus Travels & Tours

Post Tour D
2Days/1Night Bagan Stop Over 

Day 01 
Nay Pyi Taw – Bagan (by Coach)

After an early Breakfast, you will be driven to Bagan. You will pass through some villages on the way. On Arrival Bagan, visit the main highlights; the highest temple of Bagan “Thatbyinnyu”, Dhammayangyi, a massive temple with the finest brickwork, Sulamuni temple where you can see fine frescos from 18th century Kone Baung era and it also has a beautiful background history so make sure you get that. Lunch will be at outside local restaurant.

Afternoon visiting begins with Minnan- Thu village to see the typical Myanmar style of village life. Then proceed to Lay Myathna and Phaya Thonezu Temple and have a stroll among the ruin temple. Overview of Bagan temple from nearby temple called Tayoke Pyay. Dinner will be hosted at Nanda Restaurant with Puppet show. Overnight at the hotel in Bagan, (L/D)

(Bagan with the advent of the 11th century and till the end of the 13th century, kings, generals and dignitaries spared no effort to have brick put upon brick, to build temples and pagodas one after the other with the solitary aim of favourably influencing their re-incarnation. It is believed as many as 12,000 temples and stupas once stood in the area; however, invasions, war and natural disasters have reduced most of these to rubble. Despite this, Bagan is home to more than 2,200 standing ancient temples today and as such, is Myanmar’s greatest architectural site. As there are more than 2000 temples & stupas. Indeed it is difficult to cover all temples within limited time. Therefore we have carefully selected only some major temples for you in order to avoid hectic tourism.  But if you want to see more temples, just let your guide or driver knows.  They can show you as much temples as possible within your stay.)

Day 02 

Bagan – Yangon (by AM flight) – BKK (by flight)

After a Breakfast, you will have to transfer to the airport for your morning flight to Yangon (The Gate Way of Myanmar). On arrival, explore Yangon City before your departure flight.  
The must Sightseeing is Shwedagon Pagoda; sheathed in 11 tons of pure gold and 4,350 diamonds weighing 1800 carats! Next, visit to the downtown area and have a stroll among the colonial buildings; Sule Pagoda, City Hall, High Court. 

Finally, back to the airport for your departure flight. Lunch at outside local restaurant, (B/L)

(Yangon is with a population of over five million people, Yangon is the bustling former capital of Myanmar. The city boasts verdant parks, beautiful colonial buildings and the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. Yangon was declared the capital of Myanmar in the late 19th Century by the British. They rebuilt the town after a fire destroyed it in 1841, hence the colonial influences in the architecture. The British renamed the city Rangoon, however it has been restored to its original Burmese name of Yangon since 1989 when the country was also renamed Myanmar (replacing the British name of Burma).

End of Trip


2 pax 3-4 pax 5-6 pax 7-10 pax Single Supplement
Bagan Hotel (Deluxe room) in Bagan  USD 396 USD 361 USD 325 USD 320 USD 40

Remark; if client would like to stay at Single Room each, we have to add Single Supplement for each pax.

* Hotel Accommodation with Breakfast (Twin/Double Sharing Basic)
* Full Board Meals (as per program)
* Transfers/Sightseeing with Private A/C Car
* Domestic airfares for NYU- YGN
* Entrance Fees
* English Guide
*Boat fees at Inle Lake
* Visa Fees
* International Airport Tax
* Items of a personal nature (Phone calls, Laundry, tips, beverages….)
* All no mentioned