Classic Myanmar Tour

An Effervescent Playground of Unbridled Adventure
Shwedagon Pagoda Yangon Myanmar

Shwedagon Pagoda at dusk. Yangon, Myanmar.

Shwezigon Bagan Myanmar EhablaTravel

Shwezigon Paya, one of Myanmar's most revered pagodas, in Nyaung U, Bagan, Myanmar (Burma).

Balloons Bagan Myanmar Ehabla Travel

Balloons over Bagan, Myanmar.

Golden Pagoda Sagaing Hill Myanmar

Golden Pagoda Is On Sagaing Hill, Myanmar. View from the top of the hill.

Kuthodaw Pagoda Myanmar EhablaTravel

Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book for its 729 marble slabs inscribed with the Buddha’s Doctrine. Mandalay, Myanmar

Pindaya cave Myanmar Ehabla Travel

Pindaya caves, famous for its thousands of centuries-old Buddha images of various sizes. Myanmar.

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Classic Myanmar Tour

Filled with wonderful people, historic sites, rural intrigues and modern markets, Myanmar, also known as Burma, has only recently become a tourist destination.


On this 12 day tour you’ll get to see some of Myanmar’s most popular sights, as well as exploring some of the country’s more “off the beaten track” sites. You will travel from the vibrant Yangon, where you will see a mix of colonial architecture, modern high-rises and gold-laden Buddhist pagodas; to the awe inspiring Shwedagon Pagoda and the unique Golden Rock.


The tour will take you through rural regions to Bagan, on the banks of the Ayeyarwady River, to explore the many pagodas and temples that have helped the area become an Archaeological Zone World Heritage Area. From there, you will explore Mandalay and the floating farms of the beautiful Inle Lake.


In 12 days, you will be amazed at how much you will see and experience.


National Museum - located in Dagon, Yangon, is the one of the national museum of Burmese art, history and culture in Myanmar.
Bogyoke Aung San Museum - located in Bahan, Yangon, is a museum dedicated to General Aung San, the founder of modern Myanmar. Established in 1962, the two-story museum was Aung San's last residence before his assassination in July 1947,
Chaukhtatgyi Buddha Temple - the most well-known Buddhist temple in Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar. It houses one of the most revered reclining Buddha images in the country.
Karaweik Hall on Kandawgyi Lake  - one of two major lakes in Yangon, Burma. Located east of the Shwedagon Pagoda, the lake is artificial
Shwezigon Pagoda - a Buddhist temple located in Nyaung-U, Myanmar. It is a prototype of Burmese stupas, and consists of a circular gold leaf-gilded stupa surrounded by smaller temples and shrines
Manuha Temple - a Buddhist temple built in Myinkaba, built by the exiled King Manuha in 1067,
Ananda Temple - an architectural masterpiece, as well as the Oakkyaung Monastery, which is decorated with multi-colored mural paintings 
Bagan (Balloons Over Bagan) - As the sun slowly rises, you will be treated to spectacular views as you float over hundreds of pagodas, which dot the landscape as far as the eye can see, and most of which date back to over a thousand years ago. 
Kuthodaw Pagoda - a Buddhist stupa, located in Mandalay, Burma, that contains the world's largest book. It lies at the foot of Mandalay Hill.
Golden Palace Monastery - a historic Buddhist monastery located near Mandalay Hill, noted for its exquisite wood carvings. 
Mingun - a village on the west bank of the river (about 11km away). Mingun’s highlights include the huge, but unfinished, Pahtodawgyi Pagoda, the Mingun bell which weighs 90 tons and is probably one of the largest ringing bell in the world.
Sagaing Hill - covered with about 600 white-washed pagodas and monasteries. The Hill is famous for meditation, and is home to 3,000 monks and 100 meditation centers.
Pindaya caves - famous for its thousands of centuries-old Buddha images of various sizes, some carved into the face of the rock and some deposited in niches in the walls. 
Inle Lake, - a freshwater lake located in Shan State, part of Shan Hills in Myanmar. The second largest lake in Myanmar.
Sagar - (3 hours away from Inle Lake). - Here you will find an array of attractions, from the unique sunken stupas, which are often flooded by water, to the friendly people and beautiful surrounding landscape. This is a hidden gem on Inle Lake which, as of yet, hasn’t attracted many tourists. 
Sule Pagoda (Yangon) - predates the famous Shwedagon Pagoda, this Pagoda serves as a religious refuge from the hustle and bustle of surrounding city life and is also home to antique camera shops and palm readers. 
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  • Air tickets Yangon - Bagan - Mandalay ­- Heho -­ Yangon
  • Boat tickets as specified
  • Accommodation as specified
  • Air-­conditioned car/van with driver
  • Licensed English speaking guides
  • Tours and admission fees as specified
  • Meals as specified in itinerary, including water


  • Personal expenses
  • Visa fees
  • Airport tax
  • Drinks (except water) and meals not mentioned in itinerary 
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