Bago Day Tour: Temples & pagodas in Bago and a train ride back
Bago used to be the capital of Myanmar under king Bayinnaung (till 1819).
It is an excellent place to visit and see the remains of a former capital, especially if you don’t have enough time to visit Mandalay or Bagan.
Stop at a local market in Insein township just north of Yangon to buy some fruits and snacks.
Visit to pay respect to the thousands of allied soldiers buried at the Taukkyan War cemetery.
Visit the Kyatkha Wain monastery, which is one of the largest in the country.
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What's included :
- Private Car with air-condition
- English guide
What's excluded :
- Hotel accommodation
- Travel insurance
- Additional meals, drinks, gratuities
- Personal expenses
- Entrance/Zone fees
- This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Htauk Kyant War Memorial Cemetery, Yangon - Pyay Rd, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
The cemetery contains the graves of 6,374 soldiers who died in the Second World War, the graves of 52 soldiers who died in Burma during the First World War, and memorial pillars (The Rangoon Memorial) with the names of over 27,000 Commonwealth soldiers who died in Burma during the Second World War in the Burma Campaign but who have no known grave. There are 867 graves that contain the remains of unidentified soldiers. It is one of the most visited and high rated war sites of all Asia
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Shwemawdaw Paya, Bago Myanmar
The Shwemawdaw Pagoda is a stupa located in Bago, Myanmar. It is often referred to as the Golden God Temple. At 114 metres in height, the Shwemadaw holds the record for the tallest pagoda in the country although the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon is usually credited as the tallest pagoda in Myanmar.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Shwe Thar Lyaung Pagoda, Bilugyun Island, Myanmar (Burma)
The Shwethalyaung Buddha officially is a reclining Buddha in the west side of Bago (Pegu), Myanmar. The Buddha, which has a length of 55 metres (180 ft) and a height of 16 metres (52 ft), is believed to have been built in 994, during the reign of Mon King Migadepa. It was lost in 1757 when Pegu was pillaged. During British colonial rule, in 1880, the Shwethalyaung Buddha was rediscovered under a cover of jungle growth. Restoration began in 1881, and Buddha's mosaic pillows (on its left side) were added in 1930.
Duration: 45 minutes
Departure Point :Traveler pickup is offered
We pick up at the hotel.
Return Detail :-
Hotel Pickup :
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
- The duration of transfers are approximate, the exact duration will depend on the time of day and traffic conditions
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.