Things to know when you have Myanmar sightseeing tour
Myanmar sightseeing tour with Huong Viet Travel – Myanmar is one of the wonders of the world tourists “The land of Buddhism”. Especially, in the Bagan area, the visitors can see up to 1,200 temples without boring. At the Sagaings hill, beside Irrawddy river also have countless temples and monasteries.
Customers often choose ship to excursions when coming to this country. Irrawaddy (Ayeyawady) River will bring tourists to the most beautiful scenic of Myanmar. The river is also the path to Mandalay, where ever called lifeline of Myanmar by the British. Mandalay is a city of arts and crafts. Here, the silver carving, weaving and marble grinding with qualified, skilled techniques of the craftsmen.
Sightseeing tour in Myanmar
Bago is 100 km far from Yangon, a city with a long history of Myanmar. Bago was built in 573 by Thamala and Wimala: 2 brothers of noble lineage “Mon”.
Going to the local monastery to know the daily life of the monks. Then visiting Shwethalyaung Buddha statue which is 55 meters long and 16 meters high. is carved meticulously – this is the 2nd largest Buddha statue in the world.
Visiting sacred Shwemawdaw temple with main tower is 98 meter high – the tallest temple in Myanmar
After rest, we’ll visit the famous Kyaik Pun temple with 4 huge Buddha statues sit together
Kyaikhto sightseeing, you can visit the most famous temple in Burma “Kyaikhtiyo”. It was built over 2,400 years, is located at an altitude of 1,200 meters and is regarded as a wonder of religious and spiritual symbol of Burmese Buddhists.
Coming to the foot of the mountain, a specialized vehicle will take you to the Golden Rock
You can come to Shwedagon Pagoda ( famous in the world with tower which was covered by 60 tons of pure gold, was built over 2,500 years ago, at the time of Shakyamuni Buddha was alive). Here you also see the show as cultural performances on Karaweik royal boat.
Also, you can visit Sule Pagoda (located in downtown Yango), Chinatown, Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, Swedaw Temple