The Highlights Of Myanmar And Thailand
Adults Tour The Treasures of Myanmar and Thailand Above Zest Tours Welcome to Myanmar and the Kingdom of Thailand! On a 18 day trip, you discover the best of Ancient temples in Southeast Asia. You start off by visiting the Yangon- an incredible city, packed with awesome pagodas, incredible giant Buddhas and more history than you can imagine. Then, you visit the ancient city of Bagan with a wonderland of mind-blowing temples, stupas and pagodas. Cotinue to pretty city of Mandalay, then visit Inle Lake which feels like stepping into a fairytale. Next is Thailand- an irresistible mix of dazzling natural beauty, inspiring temples, renowned hospitality, robust cuisine and ruins of fabulous ancient kingdoms. In Thailand, you will explore many spectacular ancient temples, visit the ancient masterpiece of Ayuthaya, on the UNESCO's list of World Heritage, tour war memorials, lounge on the beach, shop for souvenirs at local markets, speed boat on Pattaya coral island and learn traditional cooking styles on this immersive voyage into Asia. Tour #: 180317T98c6 Tour Fee: $2900 Flexible Payment: $300 (booking ends )

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Trip Name: The Treasures of Myanmar and Thailand

Trip Date(s):
Thursday December 10th 2020- $3000
Sunday April 4th 2021- $2900
Wednesday October 20th 2021- $3100

Trip Length: 18 days

Trip Type: Adults

Destination Continent: Asia

Destination Country: Myanmar and Thailand

Tour ID: 180317T98c6

Upfront Deposit: $300

Trip Highlights

Welcome to Myanmar and the Kingdom of Thailand! On a 18 day trip, you discover the best of Ancient temples in Southeast Asia. You start off by visiting the Yangon- an incredible city, packed with awesome pagodas, incredible giant Buddhas and more history than you can imagine. Then, you visit the ancient city of Bagan with a wonderland of mind-blowing temples, stupas and pagodas. Cotinue to pretty city of Mandalay, then visit Inle Lake which feels like stepping into a fairytale. Next is Thailand- an irresistible mix of dazzling natural beauty, inspiring temples, renowned hospitality, robust cuisine and ruins of fabulous ancient kingdoms. In Thailand, you will explore many spectacular ancient temples, visit the ancient masterpiece of Ayuthaya, on the UNESCO's list of World Heritage, tour war memorials, lounge on the beach, shop for souvenirs at local markets, speed boat on Pattaya coral island and learn traditional cooking styles on this immersive voyage into Asia.

Trip Daily Itinerary

DAY 1- ARIIVE YANGON (L/D)
Upon arrival, you will be greeted by your Guide who will accompany you as you transfer to your hotel.
Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon, is a relatively quiet and charming city. Its impressive colonial and spiritual heritage makes it one of the most fascinating cities in Southeast Asia.

After lunch, we’ll visit Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. A visit to Kyaukhtatgyi provides a great overview of Buddhism with murals depicting the life of Buddha. The feet of the statue are carved with traditional symbols and often many locals gathering to pay homage and pray.
Continue to a local tea shop for a chance to experience an integral part of Burmese life: drinking tea! Select from an array of snacks and enjoy a coffee or tea as you sit amid businessmen, friends and families who gather at the tea shop to socialize or conduct business.
Next your guided tour goes to Kandawgyi Park, one of central Yangon’s greenest spots. Here you will see the glittering Karaweik barge, a replica of the royal barge, with the vast lake and views of Shwedagon in the background. Depending on the day of your visit, Kandawgyi may be busy with local families who come here on the weekend to relax in the fresh air.

From here, continue to Shwedagon Pagoda, the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Although the origins of the pagoda are unclear, the local legend states that the original structure was built 2500 years ago then renovated several times until taking its current shape in the 15th century. The 8-sided central stupa is 99 meters tall and gilded with gold leaf and is surrounded by 64 smaller stupas and your guide will show you around the massive complex, explaining why this temple is so revered. Enjoy breathtaking views of the golden stupa from this vantage point.
Overnight in Yangon.

Distances and journey time:
Yangon Airport to Yangon city centre (20 km): 30 – 60 mins


DAY 2- YANGON - BAGAN (B/L/D)
After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to the airport for a flight to Bagan (Nyaung Oo).
From the 11th to 13th centuries, when Bagan was the capital of Myanmar, the rulers constructed thousands of huge stupas and temples, many of which are still standing today on the banks of the Irrawaddy River.
On arrival, your journey begins with a visit an elevated temple from where you will have a panoramic view of the magnificent plains of Bagan. Continue with a visit to the golden stupa of Shwezigon Pagoda for an introduction in to Bagan’s rich history. Then, visit to nearby Wetkyi-In Gubyaukgyi, a cave temple with exquisite jataka mural paintings and the elegant Htilominlo Temple, noted for its fine plaster carvings and glazed sandstone decorations.
This afternoon begin with a visit to a traditional lacquer ware workshop where you can observe the production of one of Myanmar’s best-known handicrafts. Continue to Ananda Temple, an architectural masterpiece and one of Bagan’s most beautiful temples.  Built in the early Mon-style, Ananda contains two unique Buddha images whose expressions seem to change depending on the distance from which the statue is viewed.
From here, travel by horse cart for a tour passing Thatbyinnyu, the highest temple in Bagan, massive Dhammayangyi Temple, noted for its remarkable brickwork, and Sulamani Temple.
Enjoy an unforgettable sunset over the plains from the upper terrace of one of the temples.
Overnight in Bagan.

Distances and journey time:
Nyaung U Airport to Old Bagan (9 km): 20 mins
Nyaung U Airport to New Bagan (12 km): 20 mins


DAY 3- BAGAN (B/L/D)
OPTIONAL ACTIVITY:  Balloon Experience Over Bagan - Start your morning with an incredible hot-air balloon flight over Bagan’s temple-studded plains. Pastries, croissants, coffee and tea are provided while the balloon is inflated.  Climb aboard before gently rising above thousands of gilded stupas and earthen temples all back-dropped by the impressive Irrawaddy River.  A truly unforgettable and unique experience. (Note: available only from late- October to late-March; all flights weather permitting

After breakfast, visit the colorful Nyaung Oo Market where villagers gather every day to buy and sell their produce and other goods.  Continue to Myinkaba village and take a short walking tour to explore the temples of Manuha and Nan Paya.

Explore more temples in the area, visit more craft shops or return to your hotel for a break to relax from the midday heat.

This afternoon, continue to the rural village of Minnanthu, one of Bagan’s least visited areas.  Here you will explore temples such as Payathonzu, Lemyentha and Nandamannya before heading to the riverside pier.  Board a local boat for a slow cruise down the Irrawaddy River.  As you cruise the waters, observe the lifestyle of the fishermen and riverside villagers as well as enjoying the unique perspective of Bagan’s temples.

Return to your hotel this evening.

Overnight in Bagan.


DAY 4- BAGAN - MANDALAY (B/L/D)
Early this morning transfer to the airport for a flight to Mandalay.

Upon arrival, begin your sightseeing tour of Mandalay with a visit to Mahamuni Pagoda. This pagoda is home to one of the country’s most revered Buddha images which, over the years, has been covered with gold leaf, giving it an almost ‘lumpy’ texture. Mandalay is well known for its skilled craftsmen and as you tour traditional workshops, you will learn more about the city’s cottage industries. Observe the production of wood carvings, kalaga tapestries, and gold-leaf where the techniques remained unchanged from those used centuries ago to craft items for the Royal Court.

OPTIONAL ACTIVITY:  Make your own marionette- Visit a local craftshop, choose your marionette’s design (clothes, face, body) and make your own unique souvenir. The entire process takes around 1 hour and is suitable for adults and children.
This afternoon, continue your tour of Mandalay with a visit to Kuthodaw Pagoda, whose 729 marble stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures have earned it the title ‘World’s Biggest Book’. Continue to Shwenandaw Monastery, the only remaining building from the 19th century Royal Palace. This grand teak building is known for its exquisite woodcarving.

Head to the top of Mandalay Hill as the sun begins to set to enjoy magnificent views of the city and Irrawaddy River.

Overnight in Mandalay.

Distances and journey time:
Mandalay Airport to Mandalay city centre (41 km): 60 mins


DAY 5- MANDALAY - AMARAPURA - AVA - SAGAING - MANDALAY (B/L/D)
OPTIONAL ACTIVITY: Mahamuni Face Washing - Wake up early this morning (around 0400) and catch a local taxi to Mahamuni Pagoda (without guide). Every morning before dawn, the monks wash the face of the ‘lumpy’ Buddha image with special fragrant water and brush its teeth. The ritual takes around one hour and is a unique insight into Buddhism. Return to your hotel around 0730 for breakfast.

OPTIONAL ACTIVITY: Balloon Experience Over Mandalay – As your hot-air balloon rises against the backdrop of Mandalay Hill, the first site to greet you is 729 white pitaka pagodas housing the world’s largest book.  Drifting above the vibrant city you’ll witness barefoot monks collecting alms, bustling morning markets, boats coming alive on the Irrawaddy River and U Bein Bridge in Amarapura.    (Note: available only from late- October to late-March; all flights weather permitting)

After breakfast at the hotel, depart for an excursion around Mandalay to explore the former capitals of Ava, Sagaing and Amarapura.

This morning, cross a bridge over the Irrawaddy River to Sagaing. Covered with 600 white-painted pagodas and monasteries, Sagaing Hill is widely regarded as the religious center of Myanmar.  It is home to 3,000 monks and 100 meditation centers and you will visit pagodas such as Swan Oo Pon Nya Shin and U Min Thone Sae.

We’ll also visit Sagaing’s local market, a typical Burmese market that few tourists visit. Here you will find a range of items for sale including locally made pottery, silver and other handicrafts. We will also stop at a small pottery village to see the process of making the ubiquitous water pots found throughout Myanmar.

Then continue south of the city to Ava, the capital from 14th to 18th centuries, where a short ferry ride will take us across the river to where our horse and carriage are waiting. Visit the old wooden Bagaya Monastery and the remains of the Royal Palace and Fort. There are many small villages located amid Ava’s ruins and as you travel by horse and cart you’ll get a glimpse of local life in the Burmese countryside. We’ll stop for lunch in Ava before returning to our car.

Return toward the city and stop at Amarapura, a former capital whose name means ‘City of Immortality’. First visit a silk weaving workshop which produces exquisite handmade products. After touring this tranquil site, continue to U Bein Bridge for a walk along this 200 year-old teak bridge. The bridge was constructed of 984 teak posts that were once part of the deserted Inwa Palace. It is 1.2 kilometers in length, making it the world’s longest teak span. Enjoy a stroll along the bridge and the fabulous views of the surrounding farms and streams.

Overnight in Mandalay.

Distances and journey time:
Mandalay-Amarapura (13 km): 30 mins
Mandalay-Sagaing (21 km): 50 mins

DAY 6- MANDALAY - HEHO - INLE LAKE (B/L/D)
After breakfast, transfer to Mandalay Airport for a flight to Heho.

From Heho, a scenic one-hour drive leads to Nyaung Shwe, the gateway village to Inle Lake. Along the way, stop at the wooden Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery which features beautiful carvings and a collection of Buddha images. We will also stop in Nyaung Shwe for a short walk around town and visit to the colorful market if it is being held that day.

Upon reaching the edges of Inle Lake, board a private motorboat to head out to Inle Lake, one of Myanmar’s most spectacular sights. Pass villages built on stilts over the lake, inhabited by the local Intha people.  Observe the leg-rowing fishermen and see their floating gardens built up from strips of water hyacinth and mud and anchored to the bottom with bamboo poles. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the lake’s main sanctuary, which contains five sacred Buddha images covered in gold leaf.

Explore the local crafts of Inle Lake with a stop at the weaving village of Inpawkhone and a cheroot factory, where the typical Burmese cigars are made by hand.

If time permits, there may be time to enjoy a short walk through one of the lakeside villages.

Overnight in Nyaung Shwe.

Distances and journey time:
Heho Airport to Nyaung Shwe (28 km): 45 mins
Nyaung Shwe Jetty to Hotel on Inle Lake (10 – 20 km): 30 – 60 mins


DAY 7- INDEIN - INLE LAKE - HEHO - YANGON (B/L/D)
After breakfast, visit the lake’s morning market. The market rotates its location around the lake’s villages in a 5 day rhythm and is visited by lake inhabitants and surrounding hill tribes who come to sell and trade their wares. (Note: market is daily except on dark moon day and full moon day).
From the middle of the lake, continue down a small canal leading to the Pa-oh village of In Dein.  Explore the area on foot, strolling around the village and wander through the beautiful Alaung Sitthou area. Alaung Sitthou is filled with picturesque ancient stupas and has magnificent views of the lake below.

After today’s tour, drive to the Heho Airport for the flight to Yangon and upon arrival, transfer to the hotel.


DAY 8- DEPART YANGON (B/L/D)
Today after breakfast, there is an option to take a ride on Yangon’s Circle Train in the morning.
This morning transfer to Yangon Railways station to take a unique ride on the city’s circular train ride through the outskirts of town (20-30 minutes ride). This slowly traveling train gives you unique opportunity to observe the lively, colorful lifestyle of the local people.  Disembark at the Kyi Myin Daing market where you can peruse the various stalls and interact with the friendly vendors before transferring back to Yagnon.

This afternoon, visit Bogyoke Market, formerly known as Scott’s Market, where you can browse through the wide selection of Myanmar handicrafts and other goods. (Note: Market is closed on Mondays and public holidays)
This evenin is at your lesiure. Overnight stay at Yangon. 


DAY 9- DEPART YANGON (B)
Today after breakfast, you will be transfered to Yangon International Airport for your flight to Bangkok in Thailand.
Today afternoon and evening are at your leisure.
Overnight stay at Ecotel Bangkok hotel or similar in Bangkok

Bangkok is one of Asia's most cosmopolitan cities. Created as the Thai capital in 1782 by the first monarch of the present Chakri dynasty, Bangkok is a national treasure house and Thailand's spiritual, cultural, political, commercial, educational and diplomatic centre.


DAY 10- BANGKOK CITY TOUR / BAAN KANITTHA RESTAURANT / NIGHTLIFE
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) / Lunch / Dinner

After Breakfast at the hotel, we go to the Rattanakosin Island, the original area of Bangkok when it was first established as the capital over 200 years ago, then we visit the following:
- Colorful Flower Market, a spectacular wholesale flower market near Chinatown. Hundreds of varieties of cut flowers and tropical plants are offered at very low prices.
- Wat Trimit, known for its famous Golden Buddha. The beautiful image of solid gold is three meters high and weighs five and a half tons.
- Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha), founded in the 16th century, the oldest and biggest temple with the largest number of pagodas (95 in all) in the city. Wat Pho was the first open university of Thailand which offered courses in several branches of knowledge like literature, astrology, medicine and massage. It's well known for its huge Reclining Buddha, 46 m. long and 15 m. high.

Lunch at local restaurant by riverside.
Afternoon, we visit Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaeo (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), the most beautiful and important Buddhist temple in Thailand. It is so richly and intricately decorated that, once entering the temple, you will feel as if you are in a real "city of angels"
We continue our city-sightseeing tour along Ratchadumnoen Rd.(The Royal's Way). En route you can see many magnificent temples and architectural buildings, including the city pillar shrine, National Museum, Democracy Monument, Golden Mountain, Thai Boxing Stadium, Anantasamakhom Palace, National Assembly, Dusit Zoo and Chitlada Palace King's Residence.

We dine at Baan Kanittha Restaurant, located on the Sathorn road, one of the best Restaurant in Bangkok. You can enjoy all sorts of delicious food. After dinner If you are still full of energy, a guide will accompany you on a special Bangkok night tour.
Overnight stay at Ecotel Bangkok hotel or similar in Bangkok


DAY 11- FLOATING MARKET & ROSE GARDEN TOUR / BANGKOK SKY RESTAURANT / NIGHTLIFE
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) / Lunch / Dinner

Breakfast at the hotel. Today we go to The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is a very attractive place for tourists to see the old style and traditional way of selling and buying fruits, vegetables, etc., from small boats. Experience Thais rural life and a charm of countryside at Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.
Depart floating market to visit the wood carving factory. Then head to Rose Garden Country Resort for buffet lunch.

Enjoy the unique and unforgettable experience of the world-renowned Thai Village Cultural Show, featuring an impressive cast of 150 performers, portrays captivating scenes of everyday life in rural Thailand and ‘Thai ways’ and offers a vivid introduction to: Thai living, the ‘cycle of life’, time-honored customs and traditions in an agricultural community in Thailand; the Thai passion for festive fun or ‘sanuk’ and Thai ‘joie de vivre’ -the celebration of a good life and good times, as expressed in the folk songs and dance of the four regions of Thailand.

We dine at Bangkok Sky Restaurant, located on the top of the Baiyoke Sky Hotel which is the tallest hotel in Thailand. You can enjoyed all sorts of delicious food while enjoying the sight of Bangkok. After dinner, you can access to the observation and revolving roof decks, which offers its visitors a spectacularly clear view of Bangkok in all its panoramic glory.

If you are still full of energy, a guide will accompany you on a special Bangkok night tour.
Overnight stay at Ecotel Bangkok hotel or similar in Bangkok


DAY 12- AYUTHAYA & SUMMER PALACE / YOK YOR RESTAURANT / NIGHTLIFE
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) / Lunch / Dinner

Breakfast at the hotel. Today we go to Ayutthaya, located 76 kms. north of Bangkok. It was one of Indo-China's most prosperous cities and is one of Thailand's major historical attractions. The grandeur of Ayutthaya is reflected by numerous magnificent structures and ruins concentrated in and around the city . The island surrounded by the Chao Phraya, Pa Sak and Lop Buri Rivers. The area, well conserved as a historical park, has been included in UNESCO's list of World Heritage since 13 December 1991. Ayutthaya covers an area of 2,556 square kilometers.

We visit Bang Pa-In Summer Palace that was first used by the royal court as a Summer retreat in the 17th century. However, the Palace was destroyed with the fall of Kingdom of Ayutthaya and was restored by King Rama IV in the mid-19th century. Most of the buildings that exist today date from the reign of King Rama V, who regularly spent his Summers there. The structures represent a variety of architectural styles, set in a large park around ponds and waterways. The only royal residence open to the public is the Chinese-style Wehat Chamroon Palace, constructed entirely of materials imported from China. In addition, there is an Italian-style palace, a circular pavilion with steps leading down to a pool, the graceful Thai-style Aisawan Tippaya Asna Pavilion in the middle of a lake, and, across one of the waterways, a Buddhist chapel in the neo-Gothic style with stained-glass windows. Scattered around the extensive gardens are European statues as well as monuments ordered to be built by King Rama V in memory of members of his family, one of them a much-loved Queen who drowned in a boating accident. Continue to Wat Phananchoeng. This monastery is the most revered by the inhabitants of Ayutthaya, was built in A.D. 1325.
We also visit Wat Yai Chaimongkhon where one can see the large pagodas, built to celebrate the victory of his single-handed combat on the elephant's back during Ayutthaya capital. Lunch will be provide at riverside restaurant.

We visit Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit. Phra Mongkhon Bophit, a large bronze cast Buddha image was originally enshrined in the open area outside the Grand Palace and later covered by a building in the reign of king Songtham. During the fall of Ayutthaya, the building was badly destroyed by fire. The one currently seen was reconstructed, but does not have as beautiful craftsmanship as the previous one. The open area East of the sanctuary was where the royal cremation ceremonies took place.

We continue to visit Wat Phra Si Sanphet. This is the most important temple within the Royal Palace compound and the original from which the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok has been copied. Three outstanding Ceylonese style pagodas were built during the 15th century to enshrine the ashes of three Ayutthayan kings.

We dine at Yok Yor Restaurant, located on the Sathorn road one of the best Restaurant in Bangkok. You can enjoy all sorts of delicious food. After dinner If you are still full of energy, a guide will accompany you on a special Bangkok night tour.
Overnight stay at Ecotel Bangkok hotel or similar in Bangkok


DAY 13- KANCHANABURI AND TIGER TEMPLE TOUR/ YOK YOR RESTAURANT / NIGHTLIFE
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) / Lunch / Dinner

Breakfast at the hotel. Today we go to Kanchanaburi including the Bridge over the River Kwai. Be amazed at with an extreme experience of a "Tiger Watch" in the Buddhist temple-cum-tiger conservation centre.
We visit Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. It contains the remains of 6,982 war prisoners (mostly the British, Dutch, Australian and American) who lost their lives during the construction of the Bridge over the River Kwai and the railway to Burma (the Death Railway). Continue to JEATH War Museum, a realistic depiction of prisoner of war living quarters, with photographic, pictorial and physical memorabilia dating from World War II.

Then, we have a scenic boat ride along the Maeklong River to the World famous Bridge over the River Kwai to visit world-famous Bridge over the River Kwai, a part of the Death Railway constructed by Allied prisoners of war. Take leisurely walks around town and pictures on the world-renowned Death Railway.
For lunch, you can enjoy Thai spicy food and great view of the bridge on floating restaurant.

After launch, we visit Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua - well known as Tiger Temple. The Tiger Temple is a rescue centre for wild animals and the home of wild tigers, wild pigs, deer, antelopes, water buffalos, apes and a hand full other animals. The tigers are taken out from their cage from in the afternoon and visitors can even touch them. The tigers brought tiger cubs into the world there.
We dine at a local Restaurant.
Overnight stay at Ecotel Bangkok hotel or similar in Bangkok


DAY 14- JIM THOMPSON'S THAI HOUSE & VIMANMEK MANSION/ YOK YOR RESTAURANT / NIGHTLIFE
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) / Lunch / Dinner

Breakfast at the hotel. Today we go to Vimanmek Mansion, the world's largest building made entirely of golden teak. The three story wooden palace has 81 rooms, halls and ante-rooms, and now Thailand's first handicraft museum. The Jim Thompson's House is one of the best preserved traditional Thai houses in Bangkok city. Jim Thompson, an American, a former member of the US Office of Strategic Services came to Thailand during the World War II. He revived the flagging silk weaving industry later at the end of the war. Now a day, the house contains connoisseur collections of Asian artifacts and antiques.

We visit Jim Thompson's Thai House. This remarkable Thai style house is named after the man who created it from several exceptional examples of traditional Thai domestic architecture. Jim Thompson came to Thailand at the end of World War II. He became famous for reviving the Thai silk industry before disappearing under mysterious circumstances somewhere in Malaysia. Now a museum, Jim Thompson’s Thai House contains connoisseur collections of Asian artifacts and antiques.

Then, we visit Vimanmek Mansion (Cloud Mansion), the world’s largest building made entirely of golden teak. The three story wooden palace has 81 rooms, halls and ante-rooms. The building was originally constructed on Srichang Island in the Gulf of Siam. In 1901, the building was removed to the Dusit Palace by the command of King Rama V (King Chulalongkorn). Many rooms currently maintain the atmosphere of the past. Most of the building in the same compound are now used as museums.

You may also visit Abhisek Dusit Hall, which exhibits H.M. Queen Sirikit's collection of handicraft masterpieces created by rural people. The other displays of various items and art objects including H.M. King Bhumibol's photography, paraphernalia of rank and portraits, ancient cloth, clocks, and royal carriages.
We continue our city-sightseeing tour along Ratchadumnoen Rd.(The Royal's Way). En route you can see many magnificent architectural buildings, including Anantasamakhom Palace, Parliament House, Dusit Zoo and Chitlada Palace King's Residence.
Overnight stay at Ecotel Bangkok hotel or similar in Bangkok


DAY 15- DEPART BANGKOK TO PATTAYA
Meals : Breakfast (hotel)

Breakfast at the hotel. Free time until your private transfer to Pattaya and extend your relaxing stay in Pattaya,
Optional Activity: today, you can tour around Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo, which is the largest crocodile farm in the world with 100,000 crocodiles and it boasts the largest crocodile in the world, named Yai, which is 20ft long. The farm is 2 km south of Bangkok. At the zoo, you can see a wide variety of animals other than crocodiles, including elephants, lions, tigers, monkeys, horses, and hippos. There are frequent crocodile shows, famous for the performers putting their heads inside a crocodile's mouth. After this, we transfer you to your Pattaya hotel.
Overnight in Pattaya


DAY 16- FREE DAY IN PATTAYA
Meals : Breakfast (hotel)
Breakfast at the hotel .Enjoy your free time on the beach, relax, swimming, sporting and diner at Nang-Nuan Seafood restaurant.

You can visit cabarets show and after show to see pattaya by night or back to the hotel.
Optional Activity: Today, you can escape from the bustling city and go to the relaxing countryside and enjoy a cooking class with a local family in a local village. Upon arrival at the house, you can take a walk around the farm while the chef explains about the herbs and ingredients. Then, you'll learn to cook the first three courses you choose and have lunch with what you have prepared on the terrace. After lunch, you are free to relax, after going back to the hotel.

Overnight stay at Metro Resort hotel or similar in Pattaya


DAY 17- PATTAYA COROL ISLAND TOUR
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) and launch

(Complimentary Half Day Tour)* subject to changes*
We sail across the sparkling aqua-blue water of the Gulf of Thailand to the Coral Island (Koh Lan). Here under the brilliant tropical sun, you can relax, swim, or snorkel or simply bronze yourself on the island's golden beaches. After a delicious buffet lunch, board on a glass-bottomed boat to view the beautiful coral formations around the island. Return to Pattaya Bay in the late afternoon. Check-out and drive back to Bangkok.
Overnight in Bangkok.


DAY 18- Bangkok
Meals : Breakfast at Bangkok hotel

Today you are free to do your last minute shopping till it is time for us to bring you back to the airport in Bangkok. We hope you enjoy your trip with us.

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- 17 night First Class accommodations- 3 night stay in Grand United Ahlone hotel or similar in Yangon, 2 night stay in Bagan Umbra Hotel or similar in Bagan, 2 night stay in Hotel Yandanarbon or simiar in Mandalay, 1 night stay in Hupin Hotel or similar in Nyaung Shwe, 7 night stay in Ecotel Bangkok or similar in Bangkok, and 2 night stay in Metro resort or similar in Pattaya
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- Domestic flights for all sectors as indicated (Yangon–Bagan/Bagan–Mandalay/Mandalay–Heho/Heho–Yangon)
- Domestic flights from Yangon in Burma to Bangkok in Thailand
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- Private motorized boat in Inle Lake and Bagan
- Horse cart tours in Ava & Bagan
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