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Join a group of like-minded solo
travellers on this journey to Burma
(Myanmar). Fully escorted by an expert
local guide, your group will explore the
highlights of this fascinating country,
discovering Buddhist monuments in
Pagan (Bagan), tranquil Inle lake,
ancient former capital cities near
Mandalay and British colonial history
in Rangoon (Yangon). Most meals are
provided, including welcome and farewell
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Fly from London (regional connections
available) to Mandalay via Bangkok with Thai
Arrive in Mandalay and transfer to Mandalay
Hill Resort for 2 nights, with a visit to the
Mahamuni pagoda and the U Bein Bridge at
sunset. Welcome dinner at the hotel. (D)
Morning tour of Mandalay Palace and its
extensive grounds, followed by a visit to the
Sakyadhita Thilashin nunnery school. Continue
to Ma Ma Guesthouse for a lesson in Burmese
cooking. (B, L, D)
Visit the ancient royal capitals of Inwa (Ava) and
Sagaing, and discover pagodas, craft villages and markets. Fly to Nyaung U then transfer
to the Aye Yar River View Resort for 2 nights
in Pagan (Bagan). Dinner tonight is
accompanied by a traditional puppet
show. (B, L, D)
Optional sunrise balloon ride over Pagan
(October to March only; must be booked in
advance). Full-day tour of Pagan including
the Shwezigon pagoda and Lawkananda and
Dhammayazika temples. Late afternoon cruise
on a private boat to enjoy the sunset and a
refreshing cocktail. (B, L, D)
Morning flight to Heho and transfer to Inle
lake. Take a cruise on the lake and see floating
gardens, the Phaung Daw Oo pagoda and a
monastery. Stay 2 nights at the Amata Garden
Resort. (B, L, D)
Full-day tour of Inle lake including visits to
a morning market and the village of Indein,
home to the Indein pagoda complex that
consists of hundreds of small stupas. (B, L, D)
Morning flight to Rangoon (Yangon). Transfer
to the city via the Kalaywatawya monastery
and a stop outside the stateswoman Aung San
Suu Kyi’s gated home and the reclining Buddha
statue. Stay 2 nights at the Chatrium Hotel. (B, D)
Morning visit to the Shwedagon pagoda,
followed by a walking tour of the city including
visits to Sule pagoda, Theingyi Zei market and
the National Museum. Farewell dinner. (B, D)
Optional morning visit to the Bogyoke Aung
San (Scott) market, a good place to buy souvenirs. Fly back to London via Bangkok. (B)
Arrive back in London. (N)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 4-star accommodation.
group tours have been specially created
for single travellers. Benefits include single
occupancy of double / twin rooms as standard
and at sensible prices, plus the company of
like-minded travellers. View the complete
collection at CoxandKings.co.uk/solo-travellers.
This tour can be booked / reserved online by clicking on one of the coloured links below.
DBS2019: 8 Nights
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