BAGO / ပဲခူး
Next day, on the return to Yangon , stop in Bagovisit the Monastery of Kyawk kyawine and assist to the lunch of the monks. Continue the sightseeing to Shwemandaw Pagoda . Its spore is even taller that Shwedagon pagoda
Shwemandaw Pagoda, famous for many of her parts to have collapsed after several earthquake
Reclining Buddha, the oldest one in Myanmar and found back and renovated at the 19th century when British were building the railways.
Stop to Kyaik Pun Pagoda, famous for its four giant Buddah figures. Continue to Yangon and arrive in the late afternoon
KYIAKTIYO / က်ဳိက္ထီးရုိး
The Golden Rock of Kyaikhtiyo is one of the most revered pilgrimage sites for Myanmar Buddhists. The gold –plated boulder is said to maintain its balance thanks to a single hair of the Buddha being enshrined inside the pagoda. To reach the top of the mountain , one can either make a 13km climb (which will take around 7 hours or more) or sit on the loading area of open trucks that take passengers to a so-called middle camp through a steep and winding road. From there all visitors have to walk up the remaining 4 km (500 meters in altitude) on steep tracks. An easy alternative for those who can't manage the way on foot is to sit on sedan chairs, which are carried by four porters to the top. Once arrived at the pagoda, one can enjoy a spectacular view, which is particularly beautiful a sunrise or sunset. The whole site has a magic charisma and famous for meditation.