3 DAYS FROM BAGAN VIA PYAY TO YANGON
A full day’s travel brings you to Pyay, the ancient Pyu capital of Sriksetra. Visit the lively market, enjoy a short boat trip to Akout Taung (the hill of tax collection), explore Srikhetra, a small paradise for archaeologists, and on the way back to Yangon stop in Shwedaung, where the world’s only bespectacled Buddha statue can be seen.
After a day of travel (lasting around nine hours) you will arrive at Pyay. The ‘land of highly civilised people’ is located 285 kilometres north-west of Yangon, on the banks of the Ayeyarwady. Descended from the Mongolian people of 5,000 years ago, the Pyu are the forefathers ...read more
You will first visit the lively market, where you can mainly find everyday items for sale. Then drive by car to Htone Bo (approx. 2 hours), the starting point for your boat trip to Akout Taung (the hill of tax collection), which is named after the colonial tradition of collect...read more
Srikhetra is a small paradise for archaeologists. It is the biggest and best-preserved Pyu settlement. Payagyi, Payama and Bawbawgyi are some of the oldest stupas in Myanmar. Visit also the small museum in Hmawza.
On the return trip to Yangon (approx. 6 hours), you will ...read more
PRICES IN US$ PER PERSON, VALID FROM 01.03.2020 – 30.04.2021
|Half board supplement||36|
|Full board supplement||72|
Supplement f or German-speaking tour guide: US$ 124 per group
Supplement for Italian- or Spanish-speaking tour guide: US$ 78 per group