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Combine two fascinating countries on this
exciting cross-border itinerary between
Thailand and Burma. Visit remote villages
and markets, discover the cultural
treasures of Sukhothai and Moulmein,
bookended by the two great Asian capitals
of Bangkok and Rangoon (Yangon).
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Arrive and transfer to the Rembrandt Hotel
for a 2-night stay. Explore Bangkok with visits
to Wat Pho, the Grand Palace and a boat tour
along the cities klongs (canals). (B)
Drive north via Sam Chook market to
Supanburi and visit Wat Pa Lelai. Stay 2 nights
at the Sukhothai Treasure Resort & Spa. (B, L)
Full-day tour of the Sukhothai Historical Park,
local markets and craft shops. (B, L)
Begin a journey that was unimaginable a few
years ago: crossing the border from Thailand
to Burma (Myanmar). Once in Burma,
continue to Hpa An, and stay 2 nights at the
Hpa An Lodge. (B)
Visit the busy morning market, then drive to
Mount Zwekabin where there is the option
to climb to the peak for some superb views.
Afternoon tour to the village of Lakkhana,
where you can visit the Sadan caves. (B)
Drive to Moulmein via the villages of Kawhnat
and its beautiful temples. On arrival in
Moulmein check into The Strand Hotel for 2
nights, followed by a guided tour of the city
including Kipling’s Pagoda. (B)
Early morning visit to the Zyegyi market, then
take the ferry to Bilu island to visit the local
villages here. (B, L)
Drive to Kyaikhtiyo to visit the Golden Rock
temple. Overnight at the Mountain Top
Another chance to visit the Golden Rock
temple and other stupas and shrines in
Kyaikhtiyo, then head north to Bago to see
the 1,000-year-old Shwemawdaw pagoda and
the 55-metre-long Shwe Tha Lyaung Buddha.
Afternoon arrival into Rangoon (Yangon), then
stay at the Chatrium Hotel for 2 nights. (B, L)
Full-day tour of Rangoon including the
Shwedagon pagoda. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
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The city of Bangkok was formally founded in 1782 with the consecration of the city’s...
Burma's former capital and its biggest city, Rangoon (Yangon) is a relatively young city...
Founded in the 13th century, Sukhothai literally means 'Dawn of Happiness'. It was the...