After breakfast at the hotel, drive to Sagaing with its hundreds of monasteries, nunneries and meditation centres.On the way, when you cross the Yadanabon Bridge, you can see the old bridge built by British for trading with China, running parallel to the new one. When you arrive on top of the Sagaing Hill, you can see the confluence of two rivers. Visit Soon-Oo-Pone-Nyar-Shin Pagoda and U Min-Thone-Sel pagoda.
Then, proceed driving to Mingun, which was named after the King of Bodawphaya who supervised the construction of pagodas, lions and Mingun Bell.Sightseeing includes visiting miniature stupa of Pahtotawgyi, the Settawyar Pagoda, on the banks of the river which was moved from Amarapura to the present site, by King Bodawpaya. You will also visit the house for old people and the Mingun Bell, which is the largest functioning bronze-cast bell in the world, weighing over 90 tons.Next, you will visit the memorial hall of Mingun Sayadaw and Mya Thein Dan Pagoda. Walk around the village to see local life, living style, and rural atmosphere.
Drive to a small jetty to board a ferry to Ava.Have fun with horse-cart riding in Innwa (the ancient capital of Myanmar Kings) and go to the Bagaya Monastery built with large teak woods and some carvings.Head to the Nanmyint watch-tower and visit “Maha Aung Myay Bones” brick-made monastery, the finest architectural religious monument of Inwa era.The tour ends as you watch the beautiful sunset over the world's longest teak-made bridge called U-Bein.
1. English Speaking Guide
2. Nice driver and air-con car
3. Bottles of water
4. Wet towels
5. Road taxes
1. Personal expenses, tips and drinks
2. Meals and accommodation
3. Entrance fees
4. Ava ferry boat and hosre cart fees
The price is for 2 pax. We will provide english speaking dirver who can speak engilsh well to communicate and to talk about Myanmar.