Bagan - Pakokku - Sale - Mt.Poppa - Bagan Tour Day Tour

Bagan - Pakokku - Sale - Mt.Poppa - Bagan Tour Day Tour


Trip Overview

One of our company’s professional English speaking tour leaders will come and pick you up at your hotel on your appointment time ( about 8 am ). Today sightseeing highlights will be way of life of the people in the villages and some historical monuments of middle Myanmar. After pick you up at your hotel, well will start to drive to the southern site of Bagan to make a visit Pakokku and Sale. After one hour driving, take your time easy at morning market in Pakokku. After that, we will continue to Sale for ancient woodcarving Yoke Sone Monastery and Tha-ta-na Kyaung monastery. After visiting the biggest lacquer wear Buddha statue in Sale, continue to Mt.Popa. On the way, inclusive Myanmar traditional lunch will be served at a family restaurant as local. After lunch, drive to Mt. Popa which is famous as the home of mother of nuts and spirits of the country. You will seed all different Nut Statues on a same please and panoramic view of the country site from the top of the mountain. In the evening, drive back to Bagan and en route sightseeing at toddy plantation and sugar factory. Upon arrival at Bagan, transfer to your hotel and it will be at the end of the day tour with Travel expert.


Included Main Highlights

  • Pakokku Morning Markets
  • Yoke Sone Monastery and museum
  • Tha-ta-na Kyaung monastery
  • the biggest lacquer wear Buddha statue of the country in Sale
  • Myanmar Traditional Lunch
  • Mt. Popa Sightseeing
  • Toddy factory
  • Villages sightseeing

Tour Facts & Features

Tour Code TED :005
Trip Duration 10 hours Sightseeing  (8: 00 to 18:00 )
Tour starting and end pints At your hotel
Transportation All ground transportation will be by private air conditional.
Meals Myanmar Traditional lunch at a local Restaurant
Guide Service Professional English Speaking tour guide.
Recommended Group Size We do recommend  2 to 10 Pax
Age range Any age
Recommended  Period Throughout the year round.
Note: All destination in this tour are the most popular sites in Myanmar


Pricing : 105 USD per pax start from 2 pax

This above mention pricing will validity form 1st June, 2016 to 31st May 2017. We offer optional sightseeing and additional nights at a hotel or guest house in Yangon and all over the country for our clients.

What’s included

  • Official licensed English Speaking tour leader
  • All sightseeing mention in the above program
  • All entrance fees and camera fees except Bagan zone fee
  • Myanmar traditional lunch
  • Free drinking water
  • Good private air-con taxi
  • Service charges and tax

What’s not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Accommodation
  • Visa fees
  • Dinner and all beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips to show your graduate for your guide and driver if you satisfied with them

To make tour reservation or inquiry for detail information, please Contact Us. One of our experts will get back to you within 24 hours.






MT. POPA : A popular day trip from Bagan (59 km), Mt. Popa is an extinct volcano and covered with a recently grown sandalwood forest. At nearly 1500m in height, Mt Popa stands as a visible symbol of nature’s victory in the fight against environmental decay. As well as its interesting geology and local fauna, Mt Popa is famous as the centre of Nats or spirits worship. It is believed to be the home of Myanmar’s legendary 37 Nats, the worship and appeasement of whom mingles easily with Buddhist beliefs.

The area around Mt. Popa is designated a National Park and common wild animals presently observed there include jungle cats, jackals, barking deer, monkeys, rhesus monkey, squirrels and hare. For bird watchers there are also 130 species of avifauna. When reaching the top of the mountain, accompanied by a crowed of monkeys, you will have an overlooking extraordinary panoramic view of the surrounding landscape studded with Bagan’s ancient structures.


SALE : It is a small town about 15 km south of Bagan. It is noted for U Pone Nya Museum, formerly known as the Yoke Sone Monastery, exhibiting antique laquerwares, wooden reliefs and a large standing gilded Buddha image. The figures carved outside the front of the building are worth seeing. Another place worth visiting is Tha-ta-naKyaung (Keythar monastery) where Tipitaka texts are housed in a large red lacquered cabinet.


PAKOKKU : About 32km west of Bagan, located on the western bank of the Ayeyarwaddy, is a bustling tobacco center. It is a stopping point for visitors who have visited Chin State to take a river ferry across the river Ayeyarwaddy to the ancient city of Bagan sitting on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy. From there on the way to Monwya you can pay a visit to a wooden monastery of Pakhangyi built in 19 century. Another place to visit is the destroyed monastery of Pakhanngeh, once the largest wooden monastery in Myanmar.



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Our Clients Comments

Travel Expert Company Limited specialises in adventure travel in the more remote regions of Myanmar.  It has guides who are experts on birds, wildlife, and environmental issues. However, they are also very well - informed on cultural and historical issues.

Barnaby Phillips, Writer &Reporter  London. 

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Myanmar Travel Expert Company Limited based in Yangon, a member of both UMTA (Union of Myanmar Travel Association) and Myanmar's Birds and Nature Association, is a local tourism company established in 2009, and organizes culture and adventure expeditions unlike others.

Our company is registered in Ministry of National Planning & Economic Development and Ministry of Hotel and Tourism. The certificate number of incorporation is 678/ 2010 - 2011 and Company Licensed number from Ministry of Hotel and Tourism is Kha - 1425.

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