Validity : 01st October 2017 to 30th April 2018

Bagan – Yandabo Village – MyinMu –Monywa – Sagaing – Mingun – Mandalay (6 Days/5 Night)

Day 1 Bagan – River Village Stop (-/L/D)

Embarkation time is 11:30 AM at Irrawaddy Princess Jetty, Welcome Drink andand briefing. the board will sail upstream. In the late afternoon stop in at the typical river Village

Day 2 River village – Yandabo Village – MyinMu (B/L/D)

In the early morning, continuous upstream to Yandabo Village. Dependant on the base economy is famous for the production of terracotta from the riverbank clay. We see the pottery making process at various stages. Yandabo historically recognized for the signing of the Yandabo Treaty which took place under a tree on the riverbank in 1826 between the British and Royal Burmese House-hold of Ava. After a short excursion, return back on board and continuous upstream and Moor overnight near MyinMu.

Day 3 MyinMu – Monywa – Myin Mu (B/L/D)

Arrive at Monywa in the morning. After Breakfast visiting by coach to splendid Sambuddhia Kat Kyaw pagoda where more than 500,000 Buddha statues are placed. We continue drive to Kyaukka village to visit a “plain lacquer” ware type workshop. Called in Myanmar “Kyauk Kar”, this kind of lacquer ware has only two colors, black and red made by natural pigments and the Aung Sakyar Stupa with the longest reclining Buddha of Myanmar (333 ft/ 100 m). Lunch will be served Local Restaurant and Dinner at Onboard.

Day 4 Myin Mu – Inwa – Sagaing (B/L/D)

Continue sailing upstream and upon arrival to Royal Capital of Inwa (Ava), Visit by horse-drawn carriage include Nanmyint Watch Tower, the remain ofthe palace building nickname “the leaning tower of Ava ‘Maha Aungmye Bonzan Monastery, built of brick and stucco and Bargayar Monastery famous for its impressive ornate woodcarving and teak posts. Back to cruise.Continue sailing upstream and arrive to Sagaing. Visit to Sagaing for about Two & half hour’s excursion by coach. Visiting the most important Buddhist Religion site. Back to the board and sail downstream. Enjoy the sunset over Sagaing Hill. Moor overnight at a sandbank mid-stream, near Sagaing.

Day 5 Sagaing – Mingun – Mandalay Sightseeing (B/L/D)

In the early morning, continuous sail upstream for about two and half hour we arrived at the MINGUN Pagoda Complex. Well known short trip to see the unfinished pagoda, the Mingun Bell, weighting 90 tones and the biggest hanging undamaged bell in the world and the “Home For The Aged”. After excursion, sailing downstream to Gaw Win Jetty. After lunch, visiting by coach to Mahamuni Buddha Image – a bronze Buddha image castled during the lifetime of Buddha himself, Continue to Tapestry works, Wood carving & bronze castling workshops, Marble carving workshop and silk weaving home cottage. Continues to Mandalay Palace, Shwenandaw Monastery – noted for its exquisite wood carvings, gold leaf beating workshop, Atumashi Monastery, Kuthodaw Pagoda. Return back to Cruise and Dinner at on sand bank as a fare ware.

Day 6 Mandalay (B/-/-)

Cast off early morning, continue sailing downstream and approximately arrive to Shwe Kyat Yat Jetty about 08:30 am. Disembark from board.


Price per Person in US Dollar

There are compulsory Dinner on Christmas Eve and New Year Eve. Rate as below;

Christmas Eve Compulsory Dinner – USD 50 per person

New Year Eve Compulsory Dinner – USD 65 per person

Cruise Price Includes:

  • All meals, mineral water and coffee or Tea
  • Sightseeing on land for the respective itineraries and English Speaking Guide
  • Entrance Fees for sightseeing

Cruise Price Excludes:

    • Transfer from Hotel to Jetty
    • Laundry Service
    • Drinks (Soft Drinks, Beer, Wine, Spirits, etc…)
    • Client’s travel insurance as health, accident, and baggage
Note: The  rate will be changed without prior notice.


SaigaingThe hilltops, each crested with a pagoda, the banners proclaiming the Buddha’s teaching, the refuge from all ills and tribulations where over 600 monasteries for monks and nuns are located for Buddhist studies and meditation. Its side by Irrawaddy River and across the Inn-wa Bridge which is British-engendered 16 span bridges that dates to 1934, Read more


MingunAfter a one hour boat ride up river from Mandalay, you can reach Mingun with its ruined Mingun Pahtodawgyi, the remains of a massive unfinished Buddhist stupa begun by King Bodawpaya in 1790. The temple was not completed, due to an astrologer claiming that, once the temple was finished, the king would die. Had the Read more


MonywaMonywa, about 136 km to the west of Mandalay, a major center for trade and commerce for agricultural product from surrounding Chindwin Velly. Mohnyin Thambuddhei Paya, it dates from 1303, although it was reconstructed in 1939. It is said to contain over 500,000 images of Buddha. Giant reclining Buddha at Bodhi Tahtaung (one thousand Bo Read more


Bagan  Bagan preeminent ancient religious cities in Southeast Asia. The ruins of Bagan city cover an area of 42 sq. km embracing over 2000 ancient pagodas and temples. The enchanting city is located in the tropical zone of the country, on the eastern bank of the Irrawaddy River about 193 kilometers south east of Mandalay. Read more


MandalayMandalay is the second largest city and the capital of the last Myanmar Kingdom. Mandalay is located in the central dry zone of Burma by the Irrawaddy River and 688 km north of Yangon, 64 meters (210 feet) above sea level. Its standard time zone is UTC/GMT +6:30 hours. Mandalay is the economic hub of Read more

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Price Table

6N Cruise of Mandalay-Bagan-Pyay 6N Cruise of Mandalay-Bagan-Pyay

Suite Cabin (Twin sharing) per person rate 1385

Suite Cabin (Single use) per person rate 1850

Deluxe Cabin (Twin sharing) per person rate 1125

Deluxe Cabin (Single use) per person rate 1800