Best Holiday Packages Vietnam and Myanmar 20 days
Hanoi – Halong Bay – Hue – Da Nang – Hoi An – Ho Chi Minh City – Cu Chi Tunnels – Mekong Delta – – Yangon – Bagan – Mandalay – Ava – Amarapura – Sagaing – Mingun – Heho – Inle Lake – Ngwe Saung – Yangon
Hanoi:Sightseeing with a Local Guide; water puppets performance; visit Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum, One Pillar Pagoda, Ho Chi Minh Museum, Presidential Palace, and Temple of Literature; take a “cyclo” ride through the Old Quarter
Halong Bay:Overnight cruise in a traditional Junk boat, discover caves & fishing villages, explore the lagoon.
Hue:See stunning scenery en-route to Hue; Take a dragon boat to visit pagodas; Visit the Imperial Citadel. Visit the Thien Mu Pagoda and the Tomb of Emperor Minh Mang.
Danang – Hoi An: See ancient sculpture in the Cham Museum, and tour Buddhist cave temples in the Marble Mountains. A walking tour through the UNESCO listed Old Quarter; Countryside bike ride, visit an old merchant house, the Hoi An Museum, and a Chinese assembly hall.
Ho Chi Minh City:City tour including entry to the War Remnants Museum & Cu Chi Tunnels.
Mekong Delta:Take an excursion to Mekong Delta, with a boat trip on the Mekong River to visit Cat Be floating market.
Yangon:Hit the streets of Myanmar’s most cosmopolitan city on this fascinating journey into Yangon. Packed with pagodas and crammed with colonial relics, Yangon is one of the most enchanting cities in Asia.
Mandalay is best known not only for it’s rich traditional, cultural and spiritual splendor but also exquisite handicraft such as hand-woven embroidery in silk and cotton, the incredible process of making gold leaves, wood and stone carving and bronze casting etc.
Amarapura: Long known for its silk weaving, Amarapura is the site of a weaving school. Colourful longyis (skirts worn by both sexes) are produced in a distinctive heavy silk. The town’s long-established bronze industry is famous for Buddha figures, bells, and gongs. Tile, pottery, and baskets are also manufactured.
Mount Popais an extinct volcano covered in forests and is considered one of the most sacred places in Myanmar.
Sagaing: A highlight is walking the (sometimes steep) tree-hung stairways that lead magically past monasteries and nunneries to viewpoints from which you can survey the river and yet more stupas.
Bagan is a spectacular plain stretching away from the Ayeyarwaddy River, dotted with thousands of 800-year old temple ruins. Although human habitation at Bagan dates back almost to the beginning of the Christian era
Inle Lake The Intha people are the Lake dwellers who are unique for their leg rowing. Leg rowed traditional boats are the main ceremonial attractions of the Inle Lake