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Amarapura,Sagaing,Mingun,Ava or Innwa

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Our company driver pick up your hotel at 09:00AM.A visit to the ancient cities of Amarapura,Sagaing,Mingun,Innwa/Ava are exciting and destination for visitors.Explore ancient cultures, ancient building techniques and beautiful scenery.

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Stop At: Amarapura

Amarapura is a former capital of Myanmar, and now a township of Mandalay city. Amarapura is bounded by the Irrawaddy river in the west, Chanmyathazi Township in the north, and the ancient capital site of Ava (Inwa) in the south. It was the capital of Myanmar twice during the Konbaung period (1783–1821 and 1842–1859) before finally being supplanted by Mandalay 11 km north in 1859. It is historically referred to as Taungmyo (Southern City) in relation to Mandalay. Amarapura today is part of Mandalay, as a result of urban sprawl. The township is known today for its traditional silk and cotton weaving, and bronze casting. It is a popular tourist day-trip destination from Mandalay. Amarapura Sightseeing 1."Mahargandaryone Monastery" A pleasantly meditative place for most of the day . One of the largest teaching monasteries in Myanmar. Founded around 1914. 2."U Bein Bridge" The world's largest teak footbridge gently curves 1300 yd across shallow TaungThaman Lake. A great time to visit is sunset. 3."Weaving" Weaving industry is one of the main professions of the Amarapura people. Over one hundred looms are used to obtain beautiful and intricate design an patterns as silk.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Mingun

Mingun is a town in Sagaing Township of Sagaing Region, north-west Myanmar (Burma), located 11 km up the Ayeyarwady River on the west bank from Mandalay. Its main attraction is the ruined Mingun Pahtodawgyi. Mingun City Sightseeing 1."Pathodawgyi Pagoda" A roughly 240ft cube on a 460ft lower terrance. Described as the world's largest pile of bricks. 2."MyaTheinTan Pagoda" MyaTheinTan Pagoda is a large pagoda on the northern side of Mingun in Sagain Region. The pagoda is painted white and is modeled on the physical description of the Buddhist mythological mountain, Mount Meru. 3."Giant Lion" Giant Lion The Mingun temple is a monumental uncompleted stupa began by King Bodawpaya in 1790. 4.Mingun Bell A bronze bell weighting 55,555 viss (90 tons). It is 13ft high and over 16ft across at the lip. Entrance Information-5000MMK for one person

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Sagaing

Sagaing is the capital of Myanmar's Sagaing Region and located the Irrawaddy River, 20 km to the south-west of Mandalay on the opposite bank of the river, Sagaing, with numerous Buddhist monasteries is an important religious and monastic centre. The pagodas and monasteries crowd the numerous hills along the ridge running parallel to the river. The central pagoda, Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda, is connected by a set of covered staircases that run up the 240 m hill. Sagging City Sightseeing 1."Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda" The central 97ft-high gilded stupa was originally conceived in 1312. The most important of the temples on Sagaing Hill's southern crown. 2."U Min Thonze Caves" U Min Thounze (literally 30 Caves) is famed for its crescent-shaped colonnadeof 45 buddha images.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Innwa

Innwa or Ava, located in Mandalay Region, Burma (Myanmar), is an ancient imperial capital of successive Burmese kingdoms from the 14th to 19th centuries. Throughout history, it was sacked and rebuilt numerous times. The capital city was finally abandoned after it was completely destroyed by a series of major earthquakes in March 1839. Though only a few traces of its former grandeur remain today, the former capital is a popular day-trip tourist destination from Mandalay. Innwa or Ava Sightseeing 1."Maha Aungmye Bonzan" Build, unusually of stucco-covered brick, the 1822 royal monastery temple is a rare survivor from the Ava era. 2."Watch Tower" 90ft leaning tower of Inwa. Beautiful, expecially high but wide views from the top are great. 3."Yadanar Semi" Small but photgenic ensemble brings together three sitting buddhas and a handful of old brick, stupas shadded by a giant flame tree. 4."Bagaya Monastery" Inwa's most memorable attraction teak monastery built in 1834. It's supported on 267 teak posts, the largest 60ft high and 9ft in circumference, creating a prayerhall that is cool, dark and feels genuinely ancient. Remark-We will stop at Innwa boat jetty after Sagging.And then you will rent boat to visit Innwa city and also rent horse-cart to go Innwa city. Information -Ferry boat ticket -2000MMK for one person -Horse-Cart -15000MMK for two person -Innwa/Ava Entrance-10000MMK for one person.

Duration: 2 hour