Mandalay Day Tour

Mandalay Day Tour

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Trip Overview

One of our professional tour leaders will come and pick you up at your hotel on your appointment time ( about 8:00 Am) at your hotel. Full day Mandalay sightseeing tour will start by visiting Mahamuni Buddha image and its compound which is crowded with local pilgrimages and Mahagandaryone monastery, one of the biggest monastic schools for over one thousand educated Buddhist monk follow by en route sightseeing at pick up weaving factory. After observation the daily life of the monks, we will visit world longest take wood bridge, U Bein Bridge in Amarapura. And then inclusive Myanmar traditional lunch will be served at a local restaurant. After lunch, gold leave factory, incomparable monastery, Shwenandaw Monastery, the most beautifully woodcarving monastery originally from the last royal Mandalay palace, Kuthodaw Pagoda for  the “ World Biggest Book” of  729 stone tablets of Buddhist Pali canon and Kyauktawgyi Pagoda, a great single marble Buddha image will be afternoon sightseeing. In the evening, take your time at Mandlay hill for sunset.  You will have a magnificent view of Mandalay city and its countryside under memorable moment. After that, proceed back to your hotel and it will be at the end Mandalay day tour sightseeing.

 

Included Main Highlights

  • Mahagandaryone monastery
  • pick up weaving factory
  • U Bein Bridge in Amarapura
  • Myanmar traditional lunch
  • Golden Palace Monastery
  • Incomparable monastery
  • World Biggest Book of 729 stone tablets
  • Kyauktawgyi signal Marble Buddha Statue
  • Sunset at “ Mandalay Hill”
 

Tour Facts & Features

Tour Code TED :006
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 sightseeing in this tour are the most popular sites in Mandalay

 

Pricing : 75 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 own clients.


What’s included

  • Official licensed English Speaking tour leader
  • All sightseeing mention in the above program
  • All entrance fees and camera
  • 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.

 

“MANDALAY DAY TOUR SIGHTSEEING INFORMATION”

 

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Mandalay Hill : 

Mandalay Hill, 230 meters in elevation, gives a magnificent view of the city and surrounding countryside. The legend has it that the Buddha, on his visit, had made a prophecy that a great city would be founded at the foot of this hill.

 

Shwenandaw Monastery : 

This beautifully built monastery was originally inside the palace compound. King Thibaw had it moved to its present site east of the palace in 1879 after his father’s death.

 

Mahamuni Pagoda  : King Bodawpaya built this Pagoda in 1784 to house the Mahamuni Buddha Image brought from Rakhine State. Being the most revered Pagoda in Mandalay, the early morning ritual of washing the face of the Buddha’s image, draws a daily crowd of 

 

Kuthodaw Pagoda : King Mindon built this Pagoda in 1868 surrounding it with 729 marble slabs inscribed with the Tipitaka text (the Three Baskets of the Buddhist Pali canon). It is often called the “World’s Biggest Book”.

 

Atu-ma-shi Monastery : Not too far from the Kuthodaw Pagoda is the Atu-ma-shi Monastery (the incomparable Monastery), built in 1878 by King Mindon, and partially destroyed by fire in 1890. It was however, rebuilt in 1996.

 

Kyauktawgyi Pagoda : Kyauktawgyi Pagoda (the Pagoda of the Great Marble Image), was also built by King Mindon, stands at the foot of Mandalay Hill. Built in 1865, the Pagoda is so called because it houses a large image of the Buddha sculpted from a single block of beautiful Sagyin marble.

 

Other attractions are Sandamuni Pagoda, Eindawaya Pagoda, Shewinbin Monastery, Mandalay Museum and Library, Zegyo Market and Silk Weaving Cottage Industry.

 
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