7 Nights / 8 Days
Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda, Kandawgyi, Shwedagon Pagoda, Kabar Aye Pagoda
Maha Myat Muni Pagoda, Mandalay Palace, Kuthodaw Pagoda,
Kyauktawgyi Pagoda, Mandalay Hill, U Bein Bridge (sunset)
Pathodawgyi Pagoda, Mingun Bell, Hsinbyme or MyaThein Dan Pagoda
Putao, Kaungmulone, Machanbaw, Namkham, Malashidi, Mudon Village
Welcome to Yangon, transfer to hotel. Depending on your international flight time that day will be half day sightseeing. Sightseeing includes the glittering Shwedagon Pagoda (one of the famous religious monument in the world).Dinner and overnight at Yangon.
After breakfast, transfer you to airport for flight to Mandalay.After arrival sightseeing around Mandalay. Sightseeing includes Mandalay Palace, Kuthodaw Pagoda, Kyauktawgyi Pagoda, and Mandalay Hill.At the evening seeing sunset at U Bein Bridge.After sightseeing, dinner and overnight at Mandalay.
After breakfast, drive to Sagaing and Mingun. Visit the unfinished Pathodawgyi Pagoda, Mingun Bell, and Hsinbyme or MyaThein Dan Pagoda.Then, sightseeing around Innwa. Then back to Mandalay, having a dinner and overnight at Mandalay.
After breakfast, transfer to Mandalay International Airport, take flight to Putao. Upon arrival at Putao airport you will be met by Discovery DMC local guide and transferred to your guest house. Putao lies in a flat valley, jumping-off point for trekkers who want to explore the region’s deep forests, wildlife sanctuaries and snow-capped mountains etc. After a brief fresh up take a walk around Putao for the orientation
Early in the morning walk to attractive Putao market (approx 10 minute), often busy with local ethnic tribes. Return to hotel, breakfast and depart by jeep through the vast Putao plain on pebbled road to Naungkhine (20 km, approx one hour), we get off the jeep, cross suspension bridge span across Malikha river to Machanbaw, a small administrative town with beautifully set up colonial style buildings. Here we walk about 30 minutes up to the so-called stone dragon park home for the “stone dragon” snake-like rock formation. Later we board on a local fishermen boat for our upriver journey along Malikha River (approx. 40 minutes) to Namkham, a large Rawan village, situated at the bottom of Namhti mountain range which is rich with biodiversity of flora and fauna. Named after Hkamti Shan name meaning “Golden River” has become the centre of cultivation and is today famous for its sweet fruits production. After a lunch stop we explore the village with social and cultural interactions with its friendly people and continue by boat up the river (about 20 minutes) to the site of famous Kanugmulon Pagoda, said to be one of the 84000 pagodas built by Thiri Dhamma Thawka, the great king. We cross the river to Htawadum where we meet our jeep and transfer back to Putao (14 km, approx one hour).
After breakfast we depart by jeep to Mulashidi Lisu village (13 km, approx 20 minutes) through well paved road across part of the Putao plain. Mulashidi, meaning in Lisu “the village stands in the thatch field along Mula River” was built over 50 years ago by the missionaries. Walk around this unique village and enjoy scenery from Mulashidi suspension bridge which spends across Mula River. Here we leave our jeep and start trek along Mula creek (1.5 km, approx 2 hour) to Ziyon, a large Rawan village beautifully set up by Mula River. Here we have a lunch break and maybe some social interactions with the villagers and later visit suspension bridge and enjoy views of the Putao plain having backdrop of snow- capped mountains far in the horizon. Afternoon we return back to Putao and rest of the day is for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful surroundings of the village.
After breakfast, take you to Putao airport for flight to Yangon. After arrive having a dinner and transfer you to hotel.
Transfer you to Yangon International Airport for departure.