Pyay (formerly known as Prome) lies on a sharp bend in the Ayeyarwady River. It can be reached by road (an five-hour drive north of Yangon). Nearby one can observe the ruins of the ancient Pyu capital of Thayekhittaya. Pyay serves as an important transshipment point for cargo moving between Upper and Lower Myanmar along the Ayeyarwady River. Pyay has a famous pagoda named Shwesandaw. One of the most sacred Buddhist pilgrimage spots in Myanmar, the pagoda is perched on top of the hill in the centre of the town.
Day 01: After breakfast, proceed by coach to Pyay 180 miles ( 5hrs drive ) north-west of Yangon. Visit en route Shwemyethman Pagoda (Buddha with the golden spectacles) and Shwenatt Taung Pagoda. Sightseeing tour of Pyay includes visits to Sri Ksetra, the ancient Pyu capital in the nearby locations. Tour continues to Shwesandaw Pagoda, the main point in the heart of the town. Overnight in Pyay. (B)
Day 02: After morning sightseeing tour of Pyay and environs, proceed to 'Akauktaung' and return by coach to Yangon. Upon arrival in Yangon, transfer to Hotel (or) airport. End of our service. (B)
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- Accommodation with Breakfast (Twin Sharing Basic)
- Transfer & Sightseeing with Private A/C coach or car
- Entrance fees
- English speaking station Guide fees
- Visa fees for Myanmar
- Meals (Lunch & Dinner)
- International flights
- Drinks, tips and personal expenses
- Optional Tours
- Any other item not mentioned in service includes