• Duration: 13 days 12 nights

  • Start: Yangon/ Finish: Yangon

  • Destinations included: Yangon – Bagan – Mandalay – Kalaw – Loikaw – Inle lake – Kyaiktiyo – Yangon

Myanmar is absolutely stunning, a photographic delight and one of my favorite countries in the world. The people are absolutely charming and you will meet many during our 13 Days -day trip where you will take some of the most superb pictures you will ever take in your life.


  • Soaking up the hustle and bustle on colonial street of Yangon

  • Getting you to those hidden corners and up close with the locals

  • Sunrise shoots over the plains of Bagan

  • Sunset cruise through Irrawaddy river with amazing view to thousands temple

  • Amazing shoots at Ubein Bridge – the longest wooden teak

  • Discovering the historical of the last Myanmar’s royal land – Mandalay

  • Great photos of nuns’ life at the monastery.

  • Get the portraits of Long neck women

  • Feeling the placid, crystal clear, waters of Inle lake, home to the Intha fishermen and their infamous leg rowing technique.

  • Sunset and sunrise shoots view of the amazing lighten Golden Rock


  • Carefully selected accommodation with breakfast
  • Other meals listed in the itinerary
  • Expert English-speaking local guide
  • Tours as mentioned and air-conditioned transfers
  • Sightseeing and permit fees during guided times
  • Boat cruises and rides while on tour
  • Flights to tour destinations (Economy Class)
  • Service charges and government VAT tax



Day 1: Yangon  

Arrive in Yangon. Transfer to the hotel, accommodation in private rooms, lunch and briefing of the trip.

In the early afternoon we enjoy atmosphere and Burmese society on board the Yangon Circular Train (about 3 hours). At sunset, the better to appreciate the changes in light reflecting on gold, visit the impressive Shwe Dagon pagoda gold symbol of Yangon and the site most revered by all Buddhists of Myanmar, entirely covered with gold and more than 100 high meters. On its summit are set more than 4000 diamonds, the largest being 72 carats.

Return to hotel, dinner, meeting for an exchange of views on the captured images and overnight.

Shwedagon Pagoda - Asiauniquetravel

Shwedagon Pagoda – Asiauniquetravel

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan

Breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Bagan.

On arrival check in to the hotel and rest of the day dedicated to the visit of Bagan: Tayoke Pyay for a first overview over the plain of Bagan. Continue to the Pagoda Shwezigon and the magnificent golden stupa, followed by Wetkyi-In Gubyaukgyi, a cave temple with murals and elegant Htilominlo Temple, known for its fine plaster carvings and glazed sandstone decorations. Return to the hotel for lunch.

In the afternoon, visit Ananda temple with its superb, next to which is a very old and unusual Buddhist monastery: Ananda Khyaung, one of the few surviving brick monasteries. Sunset on the site of one of the upper terraces.

Arrival at the hotel. Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.

Accommodation: Hotel in Bagan

Meal: Breakfast

Day 3: Bagan

Sunrise over Bagan pagodas that emerge from the darkness and fog at dawn.

After breakfast at hotel, visit the colorful market of Nyaung U before proceeding to the village of Myinkaba. Walk through the village and visit the local sites (Gubyaukgi, with some of the oldest mural paintings, and Manuha Nanpaya). Return to the hotel for lunch.

In the afternoon, visit to the countryside village of Minnanthu, a zone with less visited temples as Payathonzu, Lemyethna and Nandamannya. Then we drive to the river bank, where you will go onto a local boat for a cruise at sunset.

Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.


Day 4: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Inwa – Sagaing – Ubein

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport for flight to Mandalay.

Upon arrival, the tour guide and driver will bring you to Thakyadithar Nunnery on the away to Sagaing to see the nuns’s meal.  Continue to Sagaing, a sacred hill dotted with 600 monasteries and pagodas painted white. Sagaing Hill is a religious center which is home to 3,000 monks and 100 meditation centers. In the afternoon, continue to Inwa or Ava, the capital from the 14th to the 18th century, and visit the old monastery Bagaya and the remains of the Royal Palace. Return to the hotel for lunch.

The day ends with a sunset stroll on the U Bein Bridge, constructed entirely of teak.

Return to the hotel. Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.

Silhouette local crossing U Bein Bridge at sunset,Amarapura,Myanmarsee more photo of Myanmar


Day 5: Mandalay – Mingun – City tour

After breakfast at the hotel, drive to Mandalay pier, embarking on a private boat upstream to visit Mingun, famed for its huge and incomplete Pahtodawgyi Pagoda and Mingun Bell the 90 tons ringing bell.

This afternoon, visit Myanmar’s cultural capital, starts with the Mahamuni Pagoda, famous for its statue of Buddha covered with gold leaf. Transfer to hotel and lunch.

In the afternoon, visit the Kuthodaw Pagoda which houses Buddhist scriptures (known as the largest book in the world) inscribed on 729 stone slabs, Shwenandaw Monastery, noted for its exquisite wood carvings and the imposing Pagoda with its Kyauktawgyi huge seated Buddha. Close of Mandalay Hill with a view of the city at sunset.

Return to the hotel. Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.


Day 6: Mandalay – fly to Heho – Pindaya – Kalaw

Breakfast. Transfer to airport for flight to Heho, Shan hills in north-eastern Burma, situated about 1000 meters above sea level. Check after about 2 hours of flight time, and continue for about 80 km through hilly landscapes, up to Pindaya. Visit to the “Cave of the Hundred Thousand Buddha.” The statues, thousands of them, form a labyrinth within large karst caves. Lunch at the restaurant and continue to Kalaw, a hill town in which the English settlers loved to spend the summer.

Arrival at the hotel. Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.

Day 7: Kalaw – Loikaw

Breakfast. In the morning visit to Kalaw where there is a famous statue of Buddha bamboo covered in gold circa 1500. Visit the Church of England in 1906. Continue to Loikaw (about 4 hours ride). Along the way visit to Myin But Hti Cave. Continue to Pinlaung and stop for lunch. Continue to Loikaw and, along the way, visit to some villages to observe the activities of cultivation and taking pictures of beautiful scenery. Late evening arrival in Loikaw.

Hotel accommodation. Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.

Accommodation: Hotel in Loikaw

Meal: Breakfast

Portrait of a long-neck woman Padaung (Karen) Tribe, Inle Lake, Myanmar (Burma).

Day 8: Loikaw

Breakfast. Visit Taungwe Zedi Pagoda built in a panoramic position on top of a hill, the monastery of the villages in Kayah and local ethnic groups Padaung. Here the local traditions are still intact and women, known as “giraffe women”, wearing traditional clothing and a series of rings around the neck that stretched unnaturally. It is believed that this custom derives from the need to protect themselves from attacks by cats during the harvest. You will observe the local life and work of weaving women. Lunch at local restaurant. In the late afternoon you can admire the sunset from the pagoda Mya Kalat.

Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.


Day 9: Loikaw – Phae Khone – Boat to Inle lake

Breakfast. Visit Pa Kyae San Pya, where you can observe the daily life in the village and its market. Lunch at local restaurant and continue in the direction of Phae Khone, where you will board a boat to explore the Inle lake, situated at a height of 970 meters and covers an area of ​​72 square kilometers. The lake is considered one of the most beautiful places in Burma. On its banks live the Intha, population known to make fishing with lobster traps on board small boats which are governed by rowing standing with his leg; The lake is also known for the floating gardens and numerous pagodas and monasteries that are located on its shores.

Arrival at the hotel. Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.

Day 10: Inle lake

Breakfast. Full day sailing on the lake to discover the fascinating habits of local residents and a floating market. Visit the small village of Indein, with pagodas dating back to the sixteenth century, and the village in which he lives Htanpai ethnicity Pao. Lunch. Continue to the monastery of Ywamagyi and the fishing village of Kyaesarkone, then continue to the pagoda and monastery Phaungdaw Nga Phe kyaung the “jumping cat monastery.”

Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.


Day 11: Inle lake – Heho – fly to Yangon – Kyaikhtiyo

Breakfast. Transfer to airport and departure to Yangon. Upon arrival prosecution for a scenic drive to Kyaikhtiyo, about 160 km from Yangon. Lunch on the way.

A Kyaikhtiyo is one of Myanmar’s most sacred places: the Golden Rock, a large boulder golden on top of which was built a small stupa about 7 meters high containing a relic of the Buddha. Legend has it that to keep the rock in the balance is a hair of the Buddha.

To achieve Kyaiktiyo you need to get up to Kinpun and go from there about 8 km climb (about 30 minutes), along with the pilgrims, in open trucks that depart regularly. The truck is up to 5-minute walk. From there it continues with a walk uphill for about 45 minutes (500 vertical meters) on a mountain road that leads up to the temple.

After the visit return to the hotel. Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.

* You may want to include in your luggage a drawstring bag for storing the need for an overnight stay.

Golden Rock - Kyaikiyo

Golden Rock – Kyaikiyo

Day 12: Kyaikhtiyo – Bago – Yangon  

Early in the morning you return to the Golden Rock to watch the sunrise. Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning return to Yangon. Along the way, stop at a typical market of the country and then visit the ancient capital Bago (Pegu), located about 80 km northeast of Yangon. Visit Shwemandaw Pagoda, known as the great golden pagoda, which dates back to 1000 years ago and is considered one of the most sacred of Burma. Stop to admire the view from the pagoda on the hill Hintha Gone and lunch at local restaurant. Visit the giant Buddha lying “Shwethalyaung” long and 55 meters high 16. On the way back, stop at Kyaik Pun pagoda with 4 giant Buddha 30 meters high sitting back to back and the temple Nat.

Return to Yangon. Dinner meeting to exchange views on photos taken and overnight.

Day 13: Yangon depart

Breakfast, visit Pagoda Kyaukhtagyi, with the statue of the dying Buddha and Sule Pagoda, the spiritual heart of the city.

Lunch at local restaurant. In the afternoon transfer to airport for evening flight back home.


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