Yangon Special Day Tour

For the Sunset River Cruise with barbecue chicken need to be booked one week ahead and the payment will be collected in advance at the time of booking.

Departure: Fri day, Saturday and Sunday at (8:00AM)

Durations:  Approximate 12 Hours

Maximum Pax for the tour- 1-20 Guests

Minimum Pax to run the tour-1 Guest

Meeting Place:  West Gate Shwedagon Pagoda

Drop off at your hotel or the nearest point.


  1. English Speaking Guide
  2. Air Conditioned Bus (SIC)
  3. Entrance Fees (Shwedagon Pagoda, Botataung Pagoda, Kandawgyi Park)
  4. One water bottle and the wet towel
  5. Lunch
  6. Sunset cruise with chicken barbecue

Places of Visit:

  1. Shwedagon Pagoda (8:00-9:00am)
  2. Kalaywatawya Monastery (10:30-11:15am)
  3. Feeding Fishes at Lake (11:30-12:00 noon)
  4. Karaweik & Kandawgyi Park(12:30-13:30)
  5. Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda (14:00-14:45)
  6. Kheng Hock Keong Chinese Temple ( 15:30-16:00)
  7. Botataung Pagoda(16:20-17:00)
  8. Cruise with buffet dinner on the Yangon River (17:00-19:30)


 8 am-9:00am– from the west gate of Shwedagon pagoda to start the tour of the famous Shwedagon which is over 2500 Years old and 8 sacred hair relics of Lord Buddha Gautama is enshrined inside. One will be amazed by its awesome architecture style and the clusters of golden shrines as if in the pagoda city.

10:15am-11:15am-You will experience the Buddhist way of life and how the orphans are supported by the community in Myanmar. It is a nice peaceful shelter for little novices and nuns.

11:20am-11:40am– Feeding the fishes to participate in the good deeds.

12:15am-1:30pm- Kandawgyi Park and the lake is right in the downtown area and you can have the magnificent view of Shwedagon Pagoda, the guide will set the time for you to scroll around on your own and there are many snack  bars and restaurants in the park too.

2:00pm-2:30pm– Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda, the third largest reclining Buddha in Myanmar with the 108 signs of foot print on his feet to describe.

3:00pm-3:30pm– he Kheng Hock Keong, also known as the Kheng Hock Keong or Qingfu Temple, is the largest and oldest temple to the Chinese Sea Goddess Mazu. It was originally built as a wooden temple in 1861 and completed in 1863. A new brick building was completed in 1903, costing over 153,000 rupees.  Kheng Hock Keong is maintained by a Hokkien Chinese clan association. The temple attracts mostly Hokkien and Hakka worshipers.

4:00pm-5:00pm- Botataung Pagoda, the only pagoda that you can see the hair relic of Buddha outside in the relic chamber.

5:00pm-7:30pm– Board on the river cruise on Yangon river and have buffet dinner.

Transfer to your hotel or the nearest point.