Go on a culinary journey through Myanmar; from bustling morning markets and local teashops to lake-based farms and villages famed for single delicacies. Along the way, take cooking classes with local chefs and enjoy a host of Myanmar experiences.
Discover Rangoon with your guide; visit a local teashop to try out an assortment of dishes. Go to Chinatown to sample some more local foods, including meat and vegetable satays and draught Myanmar beer. Take a short hop flight to Bagan and explore it by horse carriage. Learn about the making of Bagan’s most famous food, ‘Pone Yay Gyi’ at a local shop. Drive on to a village where people make a range of products using the juice of the palm tree, including sweet molasses and wine.
Enjoy lunch prepared by a local family. Later we cruise the Irrawaddy River, watching the sun set as you pass riverside villages and temples. Learn more about the craftwork for which Mandalay is famous by visiting workshops and cottage industries, including gold-leaf techniques and kalaga tapestry weaving. Try La Phat Toke; a salad made from fermented tea leaves mixed with salt, garlic, lime juice and green chilli. See the ‘World’s Biggest Book’ at Kuthodaw Pagoda.
Head out onto Inle Lake in a private motorboat, passing floating garden houses built on stilts, and the lake’s famous ‘leg-rowing’ fishermen. Visit a floating tomato garden and meet the farmers (depends on the season). Make lunch with a lake-dwelling family at their house. Visit a village famed for its traditional tofu treats, which you can see people prepare. Next, go to the Red Mountain Estate Vineyards and Winery, where you can try out their wines and learn how different grape varieties are grown.
Enjoy some of the best Shan food in the country at a Shan restaurant. Meet an experienced local chef and learn how to make several Myanmar dishes. Visit Shwedagon Pagoda, the most revered site in Myanmar. Walk around the huge complex and its 65 stupas before going to the green expanse of Kandawgyi Park, where you can relax and dine at one of its many restaurants.
About TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS
The company with over 28 yrs old experienced team is committed to bringing the best in both quality and value to small group journeys, private car guided tours and tailor-made tours to India, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
Being a leading travel wholesaler we introduce travellers to the amazing culture and offer tours at unbeatable prices and with unparalleled comfort. For your protections TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS is approved Destination Management Company by Ministry of tourism Govt of India and member of IATA, AFTA, ATAC, IATO and PATA to name few. We are proud to say that our team is very experienced with in-depth knowledge of destination. Our reputation is built on providing world class service with real personal touches that make a difference to your holiday. We understand the importance of giving attention to even the smallest of details and care about the countries to which we take you and make sure that we have a positive effect on the environment. Respect for locals and their way of life is an essential part of travelling with TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS.
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Cultural & Culinary Tour of Myanmar
8 Days / 7 Nights
Day 1: Arrive Yangon
On arrival at the airport, meet your Tour Executive who will assist you to transfer to the hotel in Yangon, enjoy city sightseeing tour with lunch at famous Tea Shop. Afternoon explore Yangon Riverside before dinner at China town. Stay overnight at Yangon. (L,D)
Day 2: Yangon – Bagan
Morning board flight to Bagan and enjoy city sightseeing tour. After lunch at famous local restaurant explore Bagan by horse carriage. Stay two nights in Bagan. (B,L,D)
Day 3: Bagan
Today visit Nyaung Oo Market trading fresh produce used in local cuisine and learn to cook few famous dishes at a local restaurant. Later visit local village and enjoy home cooked lunch before visiting a handicraft workshop. Evening take a boat ride down the Irrawaddy River. (B,L,D)
Day 4: Bagan – Mandalay
Board morning flight to Mandalay, enjoy city sightseeing tour and stop for lunch at famous Tea house. Afternoon see the ‘World’s Biggest Book’ and finish your day with dinner. Stay overnight in Mandalay. (B,L,D)
Day 5: Mandalay – Inle Lake
Board your morning flight to Heho and enjoy drive to Nyaung Shwe. Explore Inle Lake and its surrounding villages by private motorboat. Enjoy cooking and lunch at local family house. Overnight in Inle Lake. (B,L,D)
Day 6: Inle Lake – Yangon
Today visit tribal market around the lake’s villages, boat through small canal to village famous for its traditional tofu treats. Enjoy lunch at local restaurant and later visit boutique winery. Board afternoon flight to Yangon and stay overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 7: Yangon
Visit market with your local chef to purchase fresh ingredients to be used in cooking. Enjoy cooking class and lunch before starting your city sightseeing tour. (B,L,D)
Day 8: Yangon
After breakfast tour finishes with transfer to Yangon international airport where you board your onward flight. (B)
Being a seasoned traveller ourselves we have discovered the travelling time is unpredictable sometime you reach a destination so late that you are tired to go out for dinner or search for a proper dinning place around the vicinity of your hotel which may become a chore during your holiday, hence we have removed the hassle by including most of breakfast and dinners in all our brochure tour packages.
Pre & Post Tour Accommodation
Do some exploring before the trip begins or add couple of nights after the tour to relax before boarding your flight. We offer competitive rates in all destinations- book in conjunction with your main tour - ask TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS or your travel agent.
Add-On (Short Tour packages)
Make the most of your time away - after all, you have travelled all that way. Our Add-On can be used as short breaks in their own right or as pre/post tour additions. With all arrangements made for you they are the perfect way to discover more of your destinations - ask TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS or your travel agent.
Private Car Tours
Our private car tour is not about leaving you alone to explore destinations or country; it’s all about giving you to opportunity to choose your own dates and travelling on leisurely paced by your own privet car and driver. Your itinerary will be private, personalised and flexible which can be chosen from our selections or customised according to your request. Your private local English speaking guide will escort you in each destination during sightseeing tour; and when you want to explore town own your own; you are perfectly free to do so.
Our Group and Private Car tours have been designed to feature a selection of the destination’s highlights, but they may not meet all of your requirements. At TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS we are proud to offer expert tailor-made services that enable us to construct your perfect holiday. Perhaps you would like to vary the standard of accommodation or modes of transport. On the other hand, you may want to create an entirely individual itinerary that includes destinations and experiences not covered in the featured itineraries. Whatever your needs, we are happy to design a personalised itinerary and quote without obligation.
“The Holidays you dream are the holidays we pack”
What better way to spend quality time with your loved ones than to get away from the daily hectic schedule and escape to a place of sheer relaxation and comfort.
A perfect family holiday is like a Pandora’s Box of excitement, relaxation, fun, good times and wonderful memories that will be cherished for a life time. Let us tailor your every wish for that ideal family time together a dream come true and an experience that will be passed on to generations.
This itinerary can be customised to create your family holiday.
What Makes Us Different?
Being your Local Travel wholesaler and one of the True Destination Specialists our team in Australia, New Zealand, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar ensures that every itinerary is well balanced and filled with amazing cultural experiences, breathtaking scenery and historical sites. Most must see and must do’s are included giving you opportunity to witness sights, taste delicious cuisine, visit bazaar for souvenirs, meet and experience life of locals at the same time have some free time to explore town the way you like.
Whichever itinerary you select all are included complete travel and transfer by charted air-conditioned vehicles, local English speaking guide, sightseeing, entrance fee to the monuments and parks, safaris, boat ride, elephant or camel or horse ride, cultural shows at the theatre or hotel, domestic airfare in economy class, train fare in best available air-conditions class and not to mentioned the current govt taxes of the county. For more details of inclusions please refer to the inclusions column of the itinerary.
All prices shown are on per person basis on twin/double and apply when you share room with travel companion. For single traveller we do offer single room and price is available on request.
You don’t need to worry about currency fluctuations. Once we receive your full payment, your land tour price is guaranteed and protected against any increases.
100% Protected Holiday
We are a member of IATA, ATAC and AFTA which ensure that your holiday is 100% protected.
No Hidden Cost
We love transparency so the prices quoted by THO are almost all inclusive and help the traveller to budget their holidays accurately. All we ask you to do is relax and enjoy your holiday, knowing that all prepaid expenses have been included in your initial tour cost. Please refer to the tour inclusions for more details.
Value for Money
Being a local Travel Wholesaler, our huge buying power help us pass the discounted rates to our clients. We also do FREE hotel upgrade at some destination as a gesture of appreciation to our valuable travellers. Apart from this our local team of experts adds incredible value for your dollar.
Loyalty Rewarded 5% Off
Many of our clients choose to travel with us time and time again. As a valued client, we offer you a 5% discount off your second and onwards tour package. This offer applies only to the tour cost of your trip and conditions do apply. Speak to us for details when making your booking.
Multi Trip Discount 5% Off
If you have the time why not combine two or more of our tour and save? In any one holiday, we will discount your second and onwards trip by 5%. Tour package must be minimum 10 days or more from our brochure and discount applies on lowest price tour package. Discount does not apply to add-on pre & post accommodation, train journeys, flights and/or any small packages or services.
BIG SAVINGS when travelling with your friends and family
The advantage of a true specialist is their knowledge and confidence in assisting anyone who is keen to visit a destination but like to do things differently. Is a special occasion? Do you want to experience a festival, lead a culinary adventure, organise a yoga and wellness group or cycle the off beaten tracks of India or Sri Lanka with people close to you? Or do you find parts of one of our tours appealing but want to alter dates or itineraries to better suit your groups’ needs?
Please contact us with your wish list and our team will be glad to tailor-make your special tour ensuring all possible activities and ideas are incorporated, making a unique group tour.
(Best suited discount will be offered and any discount can not be combined with any other discount or promotions)
24/7 Helpline and assistance by THO Local Offices
To assist our clients further while they are travelling our 24/7 Helpline numbers are available. We strongly advise you to contact us immediately if there is an issue regarding hotel, driver, tour guide or any part of services so we can resolve it as soon as possible unable you to enjoy the tour. Your co operation on this issue would be highly appreciated.
The tour packages are usually “Land Only” and do not include international flights. We therefore recommend that you contact us or your travel agent to book your flights well in advance of travel, when you can generally gain access to specials and discounted airfares. This will ensure you can travel on the days that suit you and your tour.
Travel insurance is compulsory on all of our journeys. Speak to us or your travel agent about comprehensive insurance to cover your travel arrangements. This must critically cover medical expenses in case of an emergency. Note that travel insurance automatically provided with credit cards generally does not provide adequate cover. Its your responsibility to ensure that you have appropriate and comprehensive travel insurance.
Our elderly travellers who are aged 70 years or more, or with a per-existing condition that affects their fitness to travel or any medical dietary requirement, must be advised at the time of booking. We recommend all travellers should visit their Doctor for these aforementioned purposes and/or to confirm that they are physically able to undertake the day-to-day requirements of the tour.
Type of Accommodation
As there is so much to see and do in Myanmar during the day therefore everyone deserves a good night sleep. The accommodation in Myanmar is limited and standards vary. The accommodation included in our package are not Luxurious but are comfortable, clean and tidy with private facilities. Every hotel might be different according to location, amenities and services.
Comfort: 3 star hotels offering basic and clean private facilities.
Deluxe: 4 Star hotel, Palaces and Heritage properties offering above average to very good facilities.
Luxury: 5 star hotel, Palace and Heritage properties offering full range of facilities and exceptional services with unique feature.
The cities which do not have more choice of hotels, the best suitable category of hotel is provided.
It is also possible to take a combination of comfort, deluxe and luxury accommodation in one itinerary.
Nepal being adventure destination, choices of accommodation are limited hence basic 3* or best available hotel in the itinerary except at some location where 4* and 5* hotel options are offered.
In Bhutan itinerary basis 3* hotel accommodation is used unless requested.
Selecting Your Holiday Type
Most of our journeys are suited to those with normal fitness and mobility levels. To assist you in choosing a journey best for you we have graded our tours;
Easy Paced: These programs are set at a comfortable pace. Walking and climbing of stairs involved is generally in and around major tourist attractions though you may require walking from road till boat jetty while embarking or disembarking boats.
Moderate: These tours are not strenuous but you will require good amount of fitness as they may include days with long periods of walking or soft trekking, climbing of stairs, embarking and disembarking boats and where longer distances may be travelled by uneven roads.
Adventurous: These refer to programs where your physical fitness needs to be on highest level. Trekking, cycling, climbing, walking and more adventurous activities may be included.
Travelling In Myanmar:
Air travel is an efficient and relatively cheap way to get around Myanmar, and is particularly appealing given that bus and train journeys between major tourist sites tend to be long and often uncomfortable. Road travel is the best way to get around if you are on a budget. It is worth noting, however, that many routes are off-limits to foreigners – usually when they run through sensitive border areas or regions where the government is in conflict with ethnic minority militias. Many roads are poorly maintained and can become impassable in the rainy season, from May to October.
Our Independent tours use a variety of transport options to get you from city to city. From Private car to deluxe charter coaches, you’ll be taken from hotel to hotel in comfort.
We recommend that you carry a roll of toilet paper from your hotel before you start your sightseeing tour or travel as in emergency stop some of the public toilets may not have sufficient toilet rolls and also to avoid any inconvenience to yourself.
Passport & Visas
India: Visa is required for all foreign nationals and you must obtain an Indian visa prior to leaving home as visa processing varies country to country. Passport must be valid for at least six months before you commence travel in India. Travel to Sikkim requires a special permit; application may be made when applying for a standard Indian visa at the local Indian High Commission.
As of 25 Sep 2013 nationals and passport holder of New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, Finland, Luxembourg, Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Indonesia and Myanmar can avail visa-on-arrival (VoA) facility upon disembarking at international airports Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kochi and Trivandrum only. You will require to pay fee along with require documentation and is subject to verification and satisfaction of the Immigration. Please contact high commission of India for updated information.
Sri Lanka: Every tourist visiting Sri Lanka required visa prior to departure. Visa must be obtained atleast 01 months prior to arrival in Sri Lanka by visiting www.eta.gov.lk The Tourist visa is valid for stay within 30 days. Passport must be valid for at least six months before you commence travel to Sri Lanka. Fee will apply.
Nepal: Visa is required for all foreign nationalities and the best way to apply for visa is from the Royal Nepalese diplomatic missions in your home country. Tourist Visa also can be obtained on arrival. Passport must be valid for at least six months before you commence travel in Nepal. Fee will apply.
Bhutan: All foreign nationals require visa for Bhutan.
Visa can be arranged by TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS. To process this we require clear readable colour copy of passport (page containing passport no and face picture in JPEG or PDF format) and current colour passport photograph and at least 30 days prior to date of entry into Bhutan. Remaining validity of passport should be at least 6 months from the date of exit from Bhutan.
Tourism Council of Bhutan issues visa clearance letter closer to travelling date which we email or fax you or your local travel agent. Travellers are required to produce aforesaid visa clearance copy at the time of check-in for their flights while those entering Bhutan by surface via Phuentsholing or Samdrup Jonkhar, they are required to produce this Visa Clearance letter at the Immigration counter. Actual visa is stamped at passport on arrival in Bhutan.
Visa only service is not offered in Bhutan, you would have to book a service tour package from TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS that includes accommodation, guided tours, transfers etc
Myanmar: Visa is required for all nationalities except Myanmar passport holder
A visa is required in advance. Tourist visa for Myanmar can be obtained from any Myanmar Embassy or Consulate world-wide. Travelers who plan to arrive via Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore or Hong Kong can obtain their tourist visas from those respective embassies. Tourist visa are valid for a stay of up to 28 days.
Visa on arrival can be pre-arranged for the visitors from countries where there are no Myanmar Embassies and Consulates. The process would take at least two weeks.
Visa can be arranged by TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS. To process this we require clear readable colour copy of passport (page containing passport no and face picture in JPEG or PDF format) and current colour passport photograph and at least 30 days prior to date of entry into Myanmar. Remaining validity of passport should be at least 6 months from the date of exit from Myanamr.
HOW TO BOOK
You can contact our associate travel agent, call our local office, email us or book online. Booking forms must be completed to ensure TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS has on file all the necessary information such as passport details, travel insurance policy details and emergency contacts etc. Travellers over the age of 65 and those with pre existing medical conditions will also be required to provide a medical certificate to certify they are fit to travel. By booking through travel agent or online means you have read and agreed to the TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS booking conditions. For more detail please click here.
Team at TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS wishes you a wonderful holiday!!!
Day 1: Arrive Yangon
Arrive at Yangon International Airport. Please clear immigration & visa formalities, collect your baggage and proceed to the arrival lounge through the green channel if you do not have goods to be declared to customs. At the arrival lounge you will be welcomed by TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS guide/driver holding plaque card, he will assist with transfer and check in at the hotel. (Normal check in time 1400 hrs)
Formerly known as ‘Rangoon’ in its days as a British colony, the city has many fine old colonial buildings. Yangon also has a rich spiritual heritage, reminders of which are spread throughout the city in the form of temples and pagodas. In the afternoon, visit Sule Pagoda. Take a stroll around Mahabandoola Park’s colonial courthouse and city hall, before walking to the main colonial area and discovering its many old buildings.
Lunch will be at a local tea shop, Shwe Yi. The British introduced the practice of drinking strong tea with condensed milk and sugar over a century ago. Green tea is still drunk, often after the strong tea in order to wash it down. Try an assortment of snacks and noodles here, including rice pancakes, golden sticky rice and ‘Mohingar’, Myanmar’s national dish, rice noodles in a fish soup. Shwe Yi tea shop is famous for its Kyauk Pa Daung Palartar, which should be tried while you’re here.
After lunch, head to the Yangon River to see riverside life by the busy Mawtin Jetty, after the sightseeing we return back to Chinatown for dinner a great place to try out some other local foods, including meat and vegetable satays and draught Myanmar beer. We return to the hotel for overnight stay. (L,D)
Day 2: Yangon – Bagan
After breakfast or take the breakfast box from hotel, in time transfer to the airport to board a short hop flight to Bagan. Once at Bagan meet your guide, who will take you around its wonderful scenery and architecture. We visit the glittering Shwezigon Pagoda, the cave temple filled with exquisite murals at Wetkyi-In Gubyaukgyi and Ananda Temple and its nearby monastery. Next is more interesting craftsmanship with the fine plaster carvings of Htilominlo Temple.
For lunch we will stop at Shwe Myanmar; a popular place where visitors come mainly for the delicious curry they serve. After lunch we explore Bagan by horse carriage. Clopping along, you’ll pass through the village of Taungbi; see the highest temple in Bagan, Thatbyinnyu; and the enormous Dhammayangyi Temple, noted for its intricate brickwork. Stay two nights in Bagan. (B,D)
Day 3: Bagan
Early morning optional hot air balloon (Not included in price) trip over Bagan: A once in lifetime experience, take an unforgettable hot air balloon ride over the temples of Bagan at dawn. Available from October to March only, the 45minute to 1-hour flight glides over temples, stupas, villages and dependable on the wind, the Irrawaddy River.
After breakfast, we’ll go to lively Nyaung Oo Market where your guide will help you to discover the many herbs and vegetables used in Myanmar cuisine. After this, you’ll learn about the making of Bagan’s most famous food, ‘Pone Yay Gyi’ at a local shop. This black paste is made from soy beans and you’ll get to see how it’s made, from the raw soy beans through to the finished product. Try out the popular dish of Pone Yay Gyi salad here, where onion, dry shrimp, green chilli and peanut oil are added to the paste. Many tourist buy the famous paste in Bagan as a treat to take home to their families.
Next, see the making of another local specialty, Pe Chaung; a brittle bean snack. Drive on to a local village where the people make a range of products using the juice of the palm tree, including sweet molasses and Palm juice. See the farmers as they climb the trees to collect the juice. Lunch will be prepared for you by a local family, which you can enjoy in the shade of the palm trees.
Visit a workshop next producing lacquer ware. Bagan is famous for this craft, and the skills involved are constantly being refined and passed down from generation to generation. Board a local boat next for a cruise down the Irrawaddy River. See the sun set from the river as you pass riverside villages and temples. Overnight stay in Bagan. (B,L)
Day 4: Bagan – Mandalay (Distance approx 27 km)
After an early breakfast, transfer to the airport for a short flight to Mandalay. Begin your tour with the revered Buddha image at Mahumani Pagoda. Learn more about the craftwork for which Mandalay is famous by visiting workshops and cottage industries. You’ll see gold-leaf techniques, wood carving and kalaga tapestry weaving.
Try another Burmese food now; La Phat Toke. This is a salad made from fermented tea leaves which have been mixed with salt, garlic, lime juice and green chilli. Beans, peanuts and sesame are added, along with other ingredients depending on taste, and the dish is eaten as a snack, a dessert, or even with rice as part of a main meal.
Go to a popular tea house for lunch. Tea houses are centre of social and commercial life in Myanmar, and Min Thiha Tea Shop is no exception. You can see all kinds of people here, from business people and brokers to students and families all doing their daily business or just relaxing and socializing. Try the Mandalay Monte or Khotaung Monte here.
After lunch, see the ‘World’s Biggest Book’; the 729 marble stone slabs of Buddhist scripture at Kuthodaw Pagoda.
Enjoy panoramic views of the city from the top of Mandalay Hill as the sun begins to set. Your evening is free at leisure. We recommend a trip to Chapatti Corner, where people gather to enjoy the many Indian foods on offer here, such as biryani and mutton curry. Stay overnight in Mandalay. (B,D)
DAY 5: Mandalay–HEHO–Inle Lake
After breakfast take a short flight to Heho this morning. From here, it is a scenic one-hour drive to the village of Nyaung Shwe, the gateway to the magnificent Inle Lake. Head out onto the lake in a private motorboat, passing floating garden houses built on stilts and the famous ‘leg-rowing’ fishermen who make their living from the lake’s plentiful supply of fish.
Visit a floating tomato garden. Meet the farmers and learn how they grow tomatoes and other plants on the lake. Make lunch with a local Inthar family at their house next. Join them in their kitchen and learn about the ingredients and cooking of Inthar cuisine, before joining them at a traditional round table to enjoy the food.
You have a chance to see more of Myanmar’s rich craft heritage next, in a visit to the weaving village of Inpawkhone. Also visit a cheroot factory, where the cigars are still made by hand in the traditional way. Overnight in Inle Lake. (B,D)
DAY 6: Inle Lake–HEHO-Yangon
After an breakfast, see the lake’s lively morning market;(It is a five day market around the lake depending on the lunar calendar) where the community of the lake, including local hill tribes, all come to trade with each other. It’s a bustling centre of activity with many interesting sights.
Continue by boat to the northwest side of the lake and the village of Khaung Daing. The village is famous for its traditional tofu treats. You can watch as the triangular treats and fried tofu crackers are made by hand, and of course you’ll get the chance to give them a try.
Next, visit the Red Mountain Estate Vineyards and Winery, where you can try out their wines and learn how their different grape varieties are grown.(depending on the season)
After the drive back to Nyaung Shwe, enjoy lunch at Viewpoint Restaurant, which serves some of the best Shan food in the country. Take a stop to see the beautiful Buddha images and carvings of Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery, before transferring to Heho airport for your flight back to Yangon. Stay two nights in Yangon. (B,D)
Day 7: Yangon
Meet an experienced local chef this morning. They will take you to a local market and help you to select ingredients to be used in cooking. After the market, head to Monsoon Restaurant where your chef will teach you how to make several Myanmar dishes. Once you’ve made your dishes, you can try them out for lunch.
Visit Pagoda, where locals come to pay respect to the 70 meter reclining Buddha. There are some interesting murals here depicting the life of Buddha, which your guide will be happy to tell you about. Next, visit Shwedagon Pagoda, the most revered site in Myanmar. Walk around the huge complex and its 65 stupas. The central stupa is 90 meters tall and gilded with gold-leaf. See the sunset from here, overlooking the city.
Afterwards we’ll to go the green expanse of Kandawgyi Park. The park is a popular place for people to come on an evening to relax and dine at one of its many restaurants, dinner is at leisure and in your choice of restaurant. It houses the Karaweik barge, a replica of the royal barge; and also a large lake with views of Shwedagon Pagoda. Later return to the hotel for overnight stay. (B,L)
Day 8: Yangon
This morning is at leisure for your own activity until 12:30 am. Later in time transfer to the international airport to board your onward flight home. (B)
2014 - 2015
Make this your Family Tour - Child under 5 years old stays free.
|A = Available R = Reserved C = Closed||
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Tour Grade: Easy Paced Tour
Hotel accommodation with private facilities
Meals as specified (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
Travel, transfers and sightseeing by Private car with driver as per Itinerary
Services of a private air-conditioned vehicles with driver (no air conditioning at the Inle Lake area)
Service of local English speaking guides in every location
Entrance fees for all mentioned sights visited
Activities and sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary
Culinary experience as mentioned in the itinerary
Domestic airfare as per Itinerary
Assistance and transfers
All current collectable local taxes
Early check in and late check-out from hotel
Meals: As specified in the itinerary
Expenditure of personal nature, such as porter charges, camera fees, drinks, souvenirs, laundry etc.
International airport tax in Yangon (US$10.- per person)
Services not listed in above inclusions
Country Visited: Myanmar (Capital: Naypyidaw)
Tour Type: Private Car Guided Tour
Normal Hotel check-in/out 1200 hours
Currency: Kyat (K)
Electricity: Current is 220V, 50Hz -Type C (European 2-pin), Type D (Old British 3-pin),
Time Zone: GMT +6.5 hours
Ask for pre and post accommodation