Welcome to Myanmar!
Upon arrival, our professional Tour guide will pickup and and transfer us to the hotel in city centre to checkin. Yangon, or Rangoon, is a charming but active city. Its incredible ancient heritages and warm-hearted, intellectual people make it one of the most attractive cities in Southeast Asia. This afternoon we'll visit Sule Pagoda, a 2,200-year-old Buddhist temple surrounded by historical colonial buildings and local traders' houses. Walk from here to Mahabandoola Park and visit the Independent Monument. Continue our tour by car, passing the City Hall, Little India and Little China quarters that speak about the sufficient cultures of the city, and stop at Strand hotel on the same-named Strand Street, opposite the Yangon Jetty. [If time available, we'll have some coffee at Strand historic hotel, where George Owen used to live]. Later visit Bogyoke Market with wide selections of Myanmar handicrafts. End the day at Shwedagon Pagoda, a marvellous wonder amongst Buddhist religious works in the world. Built 2,600 years ago, and enshrined with relics of Buddha, the pagoda is a place where we meet devoted Buddhists in praying and meditating, also a great symbol of the city with breathtaking view of golden stupas and carvings, highlighted in any light, from sunrise to sunset. Dinner with local, tasty foods of Myanmar. Overnight in Yangon.