Day (1)                        Arrival Yangon & Yangon City Tour                      (By Coach)

Welcome to Yangon, the former capital and the largest city of Burma, you will be welcome at the airport by our tour guide before transferred to the hotel for check-in. For the first time in the cultural and historical center of Burma, we will have a city tour with some prominent Buddhist relics including Swe Taw Myat Zedi where you can see the copy of Budda Tooth and Kaba Aye Pagoda which is also known as the World Peace Pagoda. Afterward, head to nearby Mahapasana Guha. In the afternoon, enjoy lunch at restaurant. Visit Chaukhtatkyi Reclining Buddha Image – a giant lying Buddha with diamonds and other precious stone on the crown. End the day under the shadow of the most famous Shwedagon pagoda (Golden Pagoda) in sunset.

Stay overnight in Yangon.

Biking Distance: No

Day (2)            Yangon – Mandalay Sightseeing                (By Flight/ Coach/ Bike)

After breakfast, a morning flight will take you to Mandalay – the second largest city of Burma. Check in and relax at the hotel then have lunch at a restaurant. Travel around the city by bike; visit some prominent sites such as Mahamuni Pagoda and its Buddha statue with gold leaf. When sunset, hike up to the Mandalay Hill for panoramic view of the city. Enjoy dinner at restaurant.

Stay overnight in hotel.

Biking Distance: 35 Km

Day (3) Mandalay – Mingun – Sagaing – Amarapura (By Boat, Bike / By Coach)

After breakfast, we will move to the Jetty for a boat trip on the great IrrawaddyRiver to Mingun. After about 11km upriver, we will reach Mingun. Visit the Mingun Bell, the largest undamaged bell in the world. Then proceed to the Mingun Pagoda and Hsinbyume Paya – a beautiful white temple. Afterward, move to Sagaing by car and enjoy lunch at the restaurant. Afternoon, visit Sagaing Hill, visit its pagodas and monasteries and take photo of the panoramic view of Sagaing. Then return to Amarapura, one of the three ancient citadels of Burma. Walk over the U-Bein Bridge an ancient teak bridge and enjoy the sunset.

Stay overnight at hotel in Mandalay.

Biking Distance: 40 km

Day (4)            Mandalay – Myitthar – Myingyan   (By Bike/ By Coach)

Enjoy breakfast then begin out today journey to Myitharr and Myingyan. Cycle to the south along the 40-km highway and we will reach Kyaukse. Then proceed to Myittha, a small peaceful town. Meet and experience life of the local before head to Myingyan, another rural village of Burma. Peek into their houses and have a chat with the locals. Enjoy lunch and dinner at local restaurant.

Stay overnight at guest house Myingyan

Biking Distance: 70 km

Day (5)                        Myingyan – Mt. Popa                                   (By Bike/ By Coach)

Enjoy breakfast at hotel. Today we will have a cycling tour to Mount Popa, a 1518 – meter-high volcanic mountain with stunning view of Popa Taungkalat atop and outcrop where you can see 37 Mahagrini Nats. Climb up to the top of this mountain, take the best photos of the panoramic view of Popa and peek into its monasteries to pray for goodness. Enjoy lunch and dinner at local restaurant.

Stay overnight at hotel in Mt. Popa.

Biking Distance: 80 km

Day (6)                       Mt. Popa – Bagan Sightseeing                                (By Bike)

Today will be the most memorable time in your journey. After breakfast, we will proceed to the holy plain of Bagan where one can see thousands of Buddhist monuments, about more than 2,200 temples and pagodas, in an area of 104 km2. Spend whole day explore the site with Toddy Field, observe the making process of Jaggery or Liquor. Enjoy lunch at restaurant.

Evening, we will arrive in Bagan for dinner and stay overnight.

Biking Distance: 50 km

Day (7)            Bagan – Whole day sightseeing in Bagan                        (By Bike)

In the morning, cycle around Bagan and visit Nyaung Oo Market before discover the most prominent pagodas and temples on the land of Bagan. The first name is Shwezigon Pagoda, a giant golden pagoda covered by gold-leaf and surrounded by many smaller stupas. Afternoon, enjoy lunch at local restaurant before continue exploring the site of Bagan by visiting other Buddhist monuments. Enjoy sunset from a temple of Bagan, take photo and feel the differences.

Stay overnight at hotel.

Biking Distance: 40 km

Day (8)            Bagan Sightseeing – Yangon         (By Bike/ By flight/ By Coach)

Enjoy breakfast in the morning and we will explore the rest of Bagan. Spend your whole morning visit the temples with strange names like Mingala Zedi and Lawkanada Pagoda and experience the daily life of the people in Bagan. Peek into Lawkahteikpan Temple with mural and ink inscriptions. In the afternoon, transfer to the airport for a flight to Yangon.

Stay overnight at the hotel in Yangon

Biking Distance: 35 km

Day (9)                        International Departure                               

After morning breakfast at hotel, you will transfer to Yangon International Airport for departure.

Included Services;

  • 08 nights’ accommodation in hotels based on Twin/Double basic with daily breakfast at hotels
  • English speaking throughout guide
  • Biking Tours
  • Domestic flights (Yangon – Mandalay & Bagan – Yangon)
  • Zone and entrance fees for visiting places in the program
  • Water and refreshing towels on touring days
  • Snacks and seasonal fruits on biking days
  • Services mentioned in the program

Excluded Services;

  • International flights
  • Early check-in/Late check-out
  • Lunches and Dinners & Compulsory Christmas and New Year Eve Dinner at hotels
  • Visa and Insurance fees
  • Drinks, tips and personal expense
  • Camera fees
  • Porter charges at hotels & airport
  • Any other items not mentioned

Note: The  rate will be changed without prior notice.

Accommodation in sharing Twin/Double room (3 Stars Hotels)

Please Note!: If some of the hotels below are fully booked, we will arrange for you another hotel with the same star rating within the same area

City Hotel Name Hotel Category Room Category
Yangon Hotel Grand United 3 Star Superior
Myingyan Local Guest House 2 Star Standard
Popa Popa Mountain Resort 3 Star Superior
Mandalay Hotel Yadanarbon 3 Star Superior
Bagan Hotel Yadanarbon Bagan 3 Star Superior


Accommodation in sharing Twin/Double room (4 Stars Hotels)


City Hotel Name Hotel Category Room Category
Yangon Jasmine Palace Hotel 4 Star Superior
Myingyian Local Guest House 2 Star Standard
Popa Popa Mountain Resort 3 Star Superior
Mandalay Eastern Palace Hotel 4 Star Deluxe
Bagan Bagan Thande Hotel 4 Star Superior


Domestic Flights


Sector Airline
Yangon – Mandalay Air Kanbawza (K7), Air Bagan (W9), Asian Wings (YJ), Yangon Airways (YH), Air Mandalay (6T), Mann Yadanarpon (7Y)
Bagan – Yangon
*Flight time and airfares may be subjected to change without priority notice by airlines. *


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Mount Popa

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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

Amarapura, Myanmar

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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


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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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