This is how I had fun in Myanmar during Myanmar tour package. Thank you, Gia Linh company, for this wonderful tour.
Day One:Yangon
We began our route by coming into Yangon, the biggest city in Myanmar. Although not the official capital, Yangon continues to be Myanmar's greatest and most commercially critical city and we went to downtown Yangon by coach from the International Airport.
Yangon is the very heart and soul of Buddhist Myanmar, and you would be wise to invest time to visit the site up close as you will see many other pagodas, temples and Buddha images to view and experience.
In the afternoon, we experienced another aspect of Yangon as we travelled by local ferry over to Dala. Dala is where lots of the local villages are situated, and it will give you an insight into the local traditions of modern day Yangon.

Days Two & Three: Ngapali Beach
A short flight with Mann Yadanarbon Airlines took us from Yangon to Ngapali Beach.
We stayed in the Amazing Hotel, which offers breathtaking sea front villas and is ideal for a peaceful few days on the beach.
We also visited Ngapali Bay Villa & Resort and Amata Resort & Spa for site inspections.

Day Four: Bagan
Bagan was recommended to be one amongst, if not the, most popular spotlight of the trip and thus we were certainly not unsatisfied.
Bagan is located in middle Myanmar which is one of the world’s number one archaeological place; one to compete with Machu Picchu as well as Angkor Wat. Being on a huge plain beside the Ayeyarwady River, the number of incredible red brick temples and pagodas which can be seen here are a legacy of the kings of Bagan, and fortunately we had the whole day to visit.
We scaled one of the tallest temples then were awarded with the most great 360 degree views over the plains of Bagan, with a back drop of magnificent clear blue skies, combined with daylight and breathtaking scenes of pagodas and temples as far as the eye could see.
We also explore Nyaung U, a true Burmese village where there was the chance to shop for some local products then mingle with the vendors, and travelling to the Shwezigon Pagoda, Ananda Temple and Gubyaukgyi Temple before we ended the day with a peaceful sunset boat tour across the Ayerwaddy River.
We stayed overnight at the Areindmar Hotel Bagan

Day Five: Mandalay
We arrived into Mandalay flight terminal brightly together with early.
Our itinerary consisted of traveling to Amarapura together with strolling around U Bein, admiring the longest teak bridge across the world together with watching how local people live in the villages that can be found on either side of the bridge. In the afternoon, we enjoyed a visit to the Shwenandaw Monastery and were capable of witnessing a day in the daily life of the monks and nuns who reside there.
It was a unique and humbling experience as you actually got an insight into the Buddhist beliefs in practice, which dictates a good work ethic, belief and good will.
We were then driven up to Mandalay Hill and admired the iconic view over the whole city before staying overnight at the Sedona Hotel Mandalay.
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