• Tour code: MPM12
  • Duration: 1
Just few kilometers from Mandalay, Amarapura, Ava and Sagaing is common day trip attractions to explore the nature and history of Mandalay region. By including these attractions in your trip around Mandalay, you would have chance to visit all of the most iconic sites like U bein Bridge, Bagaya Monastery, Inwa former capital…


  • Sightseeing in Old Teak Wooden Bagaya Monastery, Maha Aungmye Bonezan Monastery, Nan Myint watch tower
  • Keep going to Sagaing and sightseeing in U Min Thonze, Ywahtaung Village
  • Explore to silver workers produces bowls and other silver items by traditional methods.
  • Enjoy the sunset from the famous U Bein Bridge


The ancient capitals of Myanmar hold a plethora of stories to be heard and are home to some of the country's most important religious monuments and monastic centers. This full day tour will give you in depth knowledge of Burmese history.

Firstly, you will take a short boat ride to make a visit to Inwa, for old teak wooden Bagaya monastery, Maha Aungmye Bonezan monastery, and Nanmyint Watch Tower by horse-drawn cart.

In the afternoon, visit Sagaing Hill, where over 600 monasteries for monks and nuns are located for Buddhist studies and meditation.

Umin Thonze or thirty caves pagoda, has many Buddha images in a crescent shaped colonnade, Ywahtaung Village, where you can see silver workers producing bowls and other silver items by traditional methods and the most impressive and Soon Oo Pon Nya Shin Pagoda, nearby.

Complete your tour by enjoying sunset from the famous U Bein Bridge of Amarapura.



What's Included


  • Sightseeing Program in Mandalay-Amapura-Ava-Sagaing with
  • English Speaking Guide.
  • Tour Program Sightseeing with private air- conditioned car and experienced driver.
  • Horse Cart and ferry boat sightseeing in (AVA).
  • Purified drinking water and cold towelette


  • Visa and Insurance fees
  • Entrance fees & zone fees
  • Drinks, tips, and personal expenses
  • Any other items and services not mentioned in the program