Safely arrive at Yangon International airport and warmly welcomed by local tour guide with
the welcome-board on which your name will be mentioned.
Transfer to the hotel for refreshment and then walk on a heritage line of Yangon's bustling city center,
observing the urban street networks with well-preserved old British colonial buildings where you will pass
through the Sule Pagoda; 2500-year-old Burmese Stupa located in the heart of downtown Yangon,
which is surrounded by colonial era buildings such as City Hall, High Court
and Maha Bandula Park.
Yangon city center is fascinating as of presenting of a church, a mosque, a synagogue and a temple all
within walking distance of each other.
In the afternoon, visit Botataung Pagoda, (which means 1,000 military warriors,
who escorted the delivery of the hair relic in 6th century B.C.), a famous landmark
on Yangon’s waterfront, is the first temple in the world with the sacred hair relic of Buddha.
Every visit to Yangon should include a trip to Shwedagon Pagoda, the iconic symbol of the city,
gleaming in gold and decorated with diamonds, is a spectacular work of architecture and proportional beauty.