Entdecke Myanmar, Thailand und Laos Thailand · Laos · Myanmar

Entdecke Myanmar, Thailand und Laos

  • Quirlige Weltmetropole Bangkok
  • Chiang Mai - die "Rose des Nordens"
  • Karst-Landschaft von Vang Vieng
  • Vientiane - die gemütliche Hauptstadt von Laos
  • Buddhistische Tempel und Almosengabe in Luang Prabang
  • Wanderungen durch herrliche Bergregion in Hsipaw und Kyaukme
  • Zugfahrt über den berühmten Gokteik Viadukt
  • Bagan - Fahrradtour zwischen 2.000 Tempeln, Stupas & Pagoden
  • Idyllischer Inle See & landestypisches Mittagessen bei einer lokalen Familie
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  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
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29 Tage Thailand · Laos · Myanmar

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Entdecke die Höhepunkte Südostasiens auf dieser Reise durch Myanmar, Thailand und Laos. Starte in Thailands quirliger Hauptstadt Bangkok und fahre über die alte Stadt Sukhothai nach Chiang Mai, die "Rose des Nordens". Vom Goldenen Dreieck und Chiang Rai mit seinem imposanten Buddha führt dich die Reise über die Grenze nach Laos in die Stadt Luang Prabang, die berühmt für ihre vielen Tempel ist. Nach einer Tuk Tuk Fahrt durch idyllische Landschaft um Vang Vieng erreichst du die gemütliche Hauptstadt Vientiane. In Myanmar schlenderst du durch Mandalay und bestaunst die vielen Tempel in Bagan. Ein überwältigender Anblick! In Kalaw besuchst du das Elefantencamp - eines der ersten nachhaltigen Tourismusprojekte Myanmars. Bei einem Tagesausflug entdeckst du den malerischen Inle See und genießt die Gastfreundlichkeit der Intha beim Mittagessen bei einer Familie. Wieder in Bangkok angekommen, endet deine spannende Reise durch Südostasien.

1.-2. Tag: Bangkok
3.-4. Tag: Sukhothai
5.-6. Tag: Chiang Mai
7.-8. Tag: Chiang Rai & Golden Triangle
9.-10. Tag: Luang Prabang
11.-12. Tag: Vang Vieng
13. Tag: Vientiane
14. Tag: Bangkok
15. Tag. Mandalay
16.-17. Tag: Hsipaw
18. Tag: Kyaukme
19. Tag: Pyin Oo Lwin
20. Tag: Mandalay
21.-23. Tag: Bagan
24. Tag: Kalaw
25.- 26. Tag: Inle See
27. Tag: Yangon
28.-29. Tag: Bangkok

Leistungen enthalten

  • Asien Rundreise lt. Programm
  • Transporte, Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • 4 Inlandsflüge
  • Ausflüge und Aktivitäten wie beschrieben:
    • Fahrradtour durch Sukhothai
    • Besuch des Opium Museums und des Goldenen Dreiecks
    • Besuch des Weißen und Schwarzen Tempels
    • Besuch der Almosengabe an die Mönche
    • Tuk Tuk Fahrt in die Umgebung Vang Viengs und zur blauen Lagune
    • COPE Zentrum
    • Hsipaw: Wanderung zu Shan-Dörfern
    • Kyaukme: Wanderung zu Palaung-Dörfern
    • Zugfahrt über den Gokteik-Viadukt
    • Halbtägige Orientierungstour in Bagan, Fahrradtour durch Bagan
    • Kalaw: Besuch des Elefantenschutzzentrums
    • Zugfahrt durch die Shan Mountains
    • Ganztagesausflug Inle See mit traditionellem Intha-Mittagessen
    • Besuch großer Palast & Smaragdbuddha in Bangkok
    • Fahrt im Flusstaxi
    • Ausflug zum Mount Phousi und Besuch Wat Tham Phousi

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Reiseversicherung
  • persönliche Ausgaben & Trinkgelder
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Visum
  • optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten

Unterbringung

26x Mittelklasse-Hotel
2x Gästehaus

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im halben Doppelzimmer. Wahlweise ist die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar (außer an Tag 15).

Verpflegung

24x Frühstück
3x Mittagessen

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter

Transportarten

Bahn, Öffentliche / gemietete Busse, Flugzeug, Privatfahrzeug

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Tourhotel in Bangkok
Einzelzimmer: 42 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 21 EUR p.P.

Flughafentransfer

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Preis pro Fahrzeug (maximal 3 Personen): 46 EUR

Bangkok Don Mueang
Preis pro Fahrzeug (maximal 3 Personen): 46 EUR

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

BANGKOK:
Thai Massage pro Stunde ab THB 250
Wat Phra Kaew ab THB 500
Thai Kochkurs ab THB 1200
Bangkok Kanaltour ab THB 750

CHIANG MAI:
Thai Kochkurs THB 800 p.P. abhängig von der Gruppengröße Doi Suthep Tempel mit dem Songthaew-Fahrzeug THB 300
Fahrradtour ab THB 800/Tag
Muay Thai Boxing ansehen ab THB 400

LUANG PRABANG:
Königliches Theater Tanzvorstellung US$20
Königlicher Palast LAK 30.000
Wat Xieng Thong LAK 20.000
Wat Poa Phon Phoa Spende erwünscht
Kuang Si Fälle LAK 20.000 exkl. Transport

VANG VIENG:
Bambus rafting/kayaking inkl. Höhlenbesuch US$20
Höhlen Eintritt meist US$2

VIENTIANE:
Tempel Eintritt meistens US$2
Wat Pra Kaeo (Großer Palast und Museum) LAK 5000
National Museum LAK 20.000
Buddha Park LAK 8.000 Eintritt zzgl. Transport ab LAK 80.000

MANDALAY:
Mahamuni Buddha Tempel & Paleik Pagoden MMK10000
Fahrrad Leihgebühr USD$10

HSIPAW:
Wandern & Bootstour (ganztags) US$45 pro Gruppe

BAGAN:
Fahrrad Leihgebühr US$10
Tempelbezirk US$20
Heißluftballonflug über Bagan ab US$320

INSEL SEE:
Buddha Museum US$2
Fahrrad Leihgebühr US$10
Boot Leihgebühr US$30 pro Boot

Bitte beachte, dass sich die Preise/Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1 - Arrive Bangkok
The first day of your tour is simply an arrival day with no pre-organised activities. In order to allow time to relax and see some of the sights you may wish to add pre-tour accommodation.

Thailand's capital, Bangkok, is a crazy and chaotic city! Known in Thai as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon pronounced or Krung Thep "city of angels" for short, Bangkok was a small trading post at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River during the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Bangkok is now the gateway to South East Asia for most travellers and international backpackers come and go and the streets are always buzzing and full of life.

Optional Excursions:

Thai Massage per hour from – THB 250
Wat Phra Kaew – from THB 500
Thai cookery course – from THB 1200
Bangkok canal tour – from THB 750

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at New Siam II or similar.

Day 2 - Bangkok
Today we will visit Bangkok Grand Palace, home to the revered Emerald Buddha. Admire the ornate architecture and visit the temples inside. Returning to hotel we will take a river taxi along the Chao Phraya River. Bangkok once had an elaborate network of canals and was given the nickname, 'Venice of the East', and although some of them have been filled in and converted to streets, many still exist today. Travelling through these canals you will see how the locals live along the riverside - you almost forget you are in a large, bustling city.

Included Excursions:
Bangkok Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha, Bangkok river taxi

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel.

Day 3 to 4 - Sukhothai
Leaving Bangkok we fly to Sukhothai, Thailand's ancient capital. It is home to the ancient ruins of the former city. A popular highlight of Thailand, it was the capital of the Thai empire for approximately 140 years and translates literally to “Dawn of Happiness”.

The temples and monuments have been since excavated and reconstructed in places, the restoration now naming the destination Sukhothai Historical Park.

The old city has many zones interspersed with lakes and bridges to island bound ruins, and covers roughly 70 square kilometers. We will take a bicycle tour around the World Heritage Site and explore the typical Thai architecture including the Wat Mahathat, one of the most spectacular Buddhas seated amongst the stone ruins.

Included Excursions:
Bicycle tour of Sukhothai

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in a guesthouse at Vitoon Guesthouse or similar.

Meals:
1 Breakfast

Day 5 to 6 - Chiang Mai
Our journey takes us to Chiang Mai , the 'Rose of the North', where you have two nights to enjoy a Thai cooking course, relaxing massage, take in a night-time Thai kick-boxing bout (Muay Thai) or haggle the night away at Chiang Mai’s famous evening street market.

Optional Excursions:
Thai cookery course – THB 800 per person (depending on class size)
Doi Suthep temple by Songthaew (type of Thai vehicle) – THB 300
Bicycle tour – from THB 800 per day
Watch Muay Thai Boxing - from THB 400

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in a hotel at Winner Inn or similar.

Meals:
2 Breakfast(s)

Day 7 to 8 - Chiang Rai & Golden Triangle
Leaving Chiang Mai head to the bus station to board our bus to Chiang Rai. The journey only takes 3.5 hours so you have the afternoon to explore. The next day we will have a full day tour to discover the surrounding area.

We will head to the Golden Triangle viewpoint where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar all meet on the Mekong River and the old Opium Museum where you can learn about Asia's past illicit opium production. Next we will see the giant Golden Buddha sitting on a boat by the riverside and the stone elephants there to protect him.

We will also visit Wat Rong Khun, famously known as the White Temple. Many tour leaders have claimed that Rong Khun is the most fascinating temple they have visited and during your visit you’ll be amazed at the decorations both inside and out! You can compare this with the Black Temple. Discover the stark contrasts not only in colour but in architecture and design too! We will return to our hotel in Chiang Rai which is situated near the popular Night Bazaar Market. All this exploring is hungry work so be sure to sample a freshly-cooked pad thai in this vibrant night spot.

Included Excursions:
Full day trip to the Golden Triangle including Opium Museum
Giant Golden Buddha in Sop Ruak
White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) Black House (Baan Dam)

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in hotels at Baan Pordeedin Guesthouse or similar.

Meals:
2 Breakfast(s)

Day 9 to 10 - Luang Prabang

Today we have a flight to Luang Prabang. Many say that Luang Prabang is the most memorable town in all of Laos. Renowned for a fascinating history and some of the friendliest people, Luang Prabang refers to the holy Pra Bang, Laos' most sacred image of the Buddha given to Fa Ngoum.

We have two days to enjoy this sleepy town, which is located 300 metres above sea level on the upper Mekong. As you explore you will see that Luang Prabang is dominated by Phousi - the marvellous hill-top temple that sits in the middle of the town. We will ascend up to visit Wat Tham Phounsi and to admire the breath-taking views of Luang Prabang. You'll notice a combination of Lao, French and Lao-French colonial influence as you admire the city's buildings and architectural highlights - all of which you can see discovering the town on foot. We will also visit the monks at sunrise who collect alms that are donated by the locals.

Included Excursions:

Trip to and uo Mount Phousi to visit Wat Tham Phousi, Visit to witness the local Monks collecting Alms

Optional Excursions:
Royal Theatre dance performances – US$20
Royal Palace – LAK 30,000
Wat Xieng Thong – LAK 20,000
Wat Poa Phon Phoa – donation expected
Kuang Si Falls – LAK 20,000 (not including transport)

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in hotels at Treasue Hotel or similar.

Meals:
2 Breakfast(s)

Day 11 to 12 - Vang Vieng

As we make our way south from Luang Prabang we travel past stunning scenery to Vang Vieng. This peaceful town is situated on a plateau with stunning surroundings of limestone caves and waterfalls, and the area is inhabited by the Hmong and Yao tribes. The limestone caves are renowned in ancient mythology and have featured in the prose of many artists throughout time. Vang Vieng is an excellent place to try the local cuisine and there are markets to indulge in. Here we will take a tuk-tuk tour off the beaten track through some of Laos' most incredible scenery and see the local villages and paddy fields. Make sure you bring your swimming costume as we will visit the Blue Lagoon where you can take a dip.

Included Excursions:
Vang Vieng tuk-tuk tour to the Blue Lagoon

Optional Excursions:
Bamboo rafting/kayaking including visit to caves – US$20
Caves – most entry fees are US$2

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in hotels at Vilayvong Hotel or similar.

Meals:
2 Breakfast(s)

Day 13 - Vientiane

The capital of Laos is extremely quiet - so quiet that, before 1970, there was only one set of traffic lights in the entire city (a far cry from Bangkok!). We have time to admire this tranquil city with its many murals and markets. Many buildings you will see when you wander the streets are of religious significance. You may wish to hire a bicycle and explore the local streets and markets which are excellent here.

Laos was a victim during the Vietnam War and is actually the most bombed country in the world. During the fighting 270 million submunitions were dropped on Laos between 1963 to 1974, and many of those failed to explode, still remaining live in the ground.

In Vientiane, we visit the COPE Centre and learn about the UXO problem in Laos and how the country is managing the situation. We learn about the work undertaken by COPE to provide disability services for people affected by the bombing. As part of the exhibition, you can also watch a number of excellent documentary films where you can learn more.

Included Excursions:
COPE Centre

Optional Excursions:
Temples – most entry fees are US$2
Wat Pra Kaeo (Grand Palace and museum) – LAK 5000
National Museum – LAK 20,000
Buddha Park – LAK 8,000 entrance (plus transport starting from LAK 80,000)

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at Mali Namphu Hotel or similar.

Meals:
1 Breakfast

Day 14 - Bangkok
Today we fly to Bangkok where we can enjoy dinner and spend the night before flying to the breathtaking country of Myanmar tomorrow.

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at New Siam II or similar.

Meals:
1 Breakfast

Day 15 - Mandalay
Welcome to Myanmar, more formally named the Republic of the Union of Myanmar and previously and possibly better known in many countries as Burma.

Mandalay, a name that evokes splendours of old Burma, captured by Rudyard Kipling in poem Mandalay. “This is Burma” he wrote, “and it is quite unlike any place you know about!” Destroyed by a fire and heavily bombed during World War Two, the Burma of old is more difficult to find but when you do, it astounds you.

With a turbulent history, after thousands were killed in a military uprising, Burma changed its name to Myanmar in 1989. Myanmar today has only recently opened its border to travellers after the Military Junta, in control since 1962 was dissolved after years of internal struggle as recently as 2011. As this largely rural country remains unaffected by long term tourism it offers us a wonderful insight into Southeast Asian life.

You have a free day to enjoy Mandalay. Visit the Mahamuni Pagoda with its old Buddha statue. Typically a lively temple, men put gold leaves into the statue. Here you can also shop around for the perfect souvenir, your own small statue made of bronze or wood. If you can't find what you are looking for, the marble carving street should have a treat in store. Walking through the Mahagandayon monastery complex, see hundreds of monks heading to prayers.

Tonight, you can visit the Yadanar night market to get a feel for the real Mandalay. Grab some traditional snacks before enjoying a beer at a famous beer station and a delicious meal at one of Mandalay's traditional BBQ restaurants.

Optional Excursions:
Mahamuni Buddha Temple & Paleik Pagodas – MMK 10000
Bike rental – USD$10

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at Oway Grand Hotel or similar.

Day 16 to 17 - Hsipaw
Heading into the Northern Shan State, we travel to Hsipaw, located in the east of Myanmar, Hsipaw is a scenic town steeped in history. Once a Shan royal city, the old palace still stands in the northern part of the town. In 1962 the last Sawbwa, Sao Kya Seng, disappeared during a military coup however his family still care for the old palace and it is possible to pay a visit, meet a descendent of the last Sawbwa and learn about the history of the Shan State over the last 50 years.

A popular area for hiking, Hsipaw is situated in a valley with a number of Shan villages surrounding it. In the late afternoon we can enjoy a guided walk through the paddy fields, passing villages, creeks, schools and monasteries along way. The guide will teach you about Shan life around Hsipaw and show you some home industries like cheroot (cigar) rolling and bamboo weaving. He will explain why each Shan village has a spirit house built at the entrance of the village and make sure you will get to know the spirit of the local people in Northern Shan State.

Hsipaw also as a fantastic central market where locals come to trade frequently. You may also enjoy watching the sunset from Five Buddha Hill, accessible by bicycle a few miles out of the town.

Included Excursions:
Shan village walking tour

Optional Excursions:
Full day Hiking and boat tour - USD $45 per group

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in hotels at Mr. Charles Hotel or similar.

Meals:
2 Breakfast(s)

Day 18 - Kyaukme
Heading east, Kyaukme is a small but bustling town with a vibrant Chinese quarter. Kyaukme is flanked by valleys filled with Palaung villages.

From Hsipaw, we will take a local bus today from opposite the beautiful colonial all-wooden post office a short 3 minute walk from the hotel. The local bus will stop at villages along the way, allowing locals to get on or off with their goods, whether that be livestock or vegetables. You will be able to purchase snacks from locals along the route or learn the language by engaging in conversation with your neighbour.

Kyaukme still sees few western tourists and on arrival your tour leader will be waiting for you to take you to the guesthouse where you can freshen up and drop off your luggage before embarking on a full day trekking. Palaung villages surround Kyaukme and with a local guide, you can gain a fascinating insight into the life of these people living in these remote hills. We stop en route in one of these villages for a local meal before returning back to Kyaukme for the night.

Included Excursions:
Palaung Mountain Village Walking Tour

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at One Love Hotel or similar.

Meals: 
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch

Day 19 - Pyin Oo Lwin
After breakfast this morning, we board a train to take us from Kyaukme to Pyin Oo Lwin. This scenic train journey boasts astounding views as it travels along old train tracks built over 100 years ago. En route, the train will stop at small villages and vendors will climb on board to sell their wares whether they are drinks of local delicacies. Depending on how long the train is due to spend in each village, you may have time to get off the train and wander around. Some locals often spend time in the train station to try to teach themselves english by speaking to any tourists on board. After a few hours on board, we will cross the Goteik Viaduct. This bridge was built by the British in 1899 and at the time, was considered a masterpiece and the longest bridge in the world.

Travelling at walking speed, crossing the bridge will be a slow process as the engineer tries to limit any damage to the bridge by taking his time. This means there is plenty of time to capture photos of the valley below and the train navigating the tracks.

We arrive in the picturesque town of Pyin Oo Lwin this afternoon. The city was founded by the British in 1896 and retains its colonial charm. This afternoon you will have time to take a tour of the town and the old British colonial buildings.

Included Excursions:
Goteik Viaduct train journey

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at Royal Parkview Hotel or similar.

Meals:
1 Breakfast

Day 20 - Mandalay

Leaving Pyin Oo Lwin, we take a shared taxi back to Mandalay where we spend the night. You will have time today to enjoy some of the sights of the town you didn’t get to see when you were here earlier on in your tour. Arriving in the morning, you can enjoy a full day of sightseeing culminating at sunset by the bridge.

Optional Excursions:
Mahamuni Buddha Temple & Paleik Pagodas – MMK 10000
Bike rental – USD$10

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at Oway Grand Hotel or similar.

Meals:
1 Breakfast

Day 21 to 23 - Bagan
Bagan is home to more Buddhist temples than anywhere in the world. They poke out of the trees and have a graceful aging process. It is here that the sunsets are some of the best in the world.

On arrival, we enjoy a half day guided orientation tour of the area where you will see some of the best temples in the region. Discover Ananda, Sulamani, and Thatbyinnyu, the latter being one of the highest monuments in Bagan.

The best way to see the many hundreds of temples in the area of Bagan is by bicycle and the day after arriving in Bagan, we take a guided tour of the site by bicycle The flat landscape makes a bike tour an easy excursion and your guide will show you some of the most spectacular ancient temples away from the crowds. Cycle through the palm trees and bamboo huts finding temples along the way. You can also climb some of the pagodas for impressive views over the temples.

With two full days in Bagan, should you want to visit the surrounding areas, you can take optional excursions to see what else the region has to offer. You can visit Mount Popa, the birthplace of the 37 'nats' of Myanmar which are the protective spirits. You can get off the beaten track by visiting rural villages as well as fruit and flower markets.

One of the highlights of Bagan enjoyed by many, is a sunrise hot air balloon ride offering stunning views over the temple zone. Of course seats are limited and can book up early so booking in advance is recommended to avoid disappointment. Your Adventure Specialist will be able to advise on the best ride for you and how to book.

Included Excursions:
Half day Bagan orientation tour, Bike tour through Bagan

Optional Excursions:

Rent a bike – USD 10
Temple Zone – USD 20
Ballooning over Bagan – From USD 320

Accommodation:
3 night(s) in hotels at Thante Nyaung Oo Hotel or similar.

Meals:
3 Breakfast(s)

Day 24 - Kalaw
Leaving Bagan, on the way to Kalaw we visit the Elephant Conservation Centre. A community project only recently established here, protects the jungle, the wildlife that resides in it and the traditions of the local people living in the area. The project also protects some of Myanmar’s endangered elephants which, without this protection, may have been hunted down and killed or sold into the tourism trade.

These elephants are ‘retired’ from working life and we will have the opportunity to wash and feed the elephants but riding them is strictly not allowed. Returning to the camp, we will enjoy lunch before continuing our journey to Kalaw. Travelling by private vehicle, we might make multiple stops on the way to Kalaw in local villages. We may learn how to make toddy and jaggery (palm sugar) from the sap of the toddy palm.

Included Excursions:
Elephant Conservation Centre

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at Dream Villa Hotel or similar.

Meals:
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch

Day 25 to 26 - Inle Lake

Leaving Kalaw after breakfast, we board our another train to take us to Inle Lake. This scenic journey travels through the Shan mountains and you can glimpse the local life as you travel en route. The train has been used by locals and westerners alike for over 100 years and has a distinctive colonial feel to it. This train can't be prebooked so you may be seated in the “ordinary class” giving you a real taste of how locals travel by train.

Arriving at Inle Lake in the early afternoon, there is time to enjoy an afternoon excursion on the lake or in the surrounding hills. The following day, we spend a full day on the lake, travelling by boat between traditional villages built on stilts and inhabited by the Intha people. We visit floating gardens, pass some of the fishermen who row their boats using their legs, balancing precariously on the other. One of the main highlights of the excursion is the lunch made by a local family. You will experience authentic Intha food including the famous tomato salad, meat cakes steamed in banana leaves and more. You will also visit traditional markets in different villages depending on the day we travel. If time allows, we will also visit a cheroot factory where Burmese cigars are made, floating tomato gardens, Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda and Intha Heritage House where Burmese cats are bred.

Well known for its weaving, on Inle Lake we have the chance to purchase souvenirs including the Burmese tote-bags and high quality silk fabrics. You can also try traditional Shan cuisine including Htamin Jin, a delicious meal of rice, tomato, potato or fish in round balls, wrapped in crisp fried onion and marinated in garlic.

Included Excursions:

Shan mountain train journey
Day excursion on Inle Lake and local Intha lunch

Optional Excursions:

Buddha Museum – USD 2
Bike rental – USD 10
Boat rental – USD 30 per boat

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in hotels at Hotel Maine Li or similar.

Meals:
2 Breakfast(s), 1 Lunch

Day 27 - Yangon
Today we fly to Yangon, a city filled with British, Burmese, Chinese and Indian influences. Despite being a city, here it is common to see locals walking down the street barefoot with natural sunblock from the Thanaka tree rubbed on their faces. There is plenty to do in this bustling city from food tours, local markets, lakes and pagodas.

The largest and most beautiful pagoda is the Shwedagon Pagoda and it is the most religion site in Myanmar. It was originally built in the 6th century AD and has been rebuilt and developed over time to become the sprawling, golden site of today. It is also a meeting point for locals. Children play, monks chat and women gossip while it is possible to pick up some souvenirs from the shops outside the site.

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at Clover City Centre Hotel or similar.

Meals:
1 Breakfast

Day 28 - Bangkok
Today we fly to Bangkok where we can enjoy a final dinner and spend the night before the end of our tour tomorrow.

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at New Siam II or similar.

Meals:
1 Breakfast

Day 29 - Depart Bangkok
Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.
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