Mandalay; Hill: The hill has for long been a holy mount. Legend has it that the Buddha, on his visit, had prophesied that a great city would be founded at its foot. ... Shwenandaw Monastery: Famous for its intricate wood carvings, this monastery is a fragile reminder of the old Mandalay Palace. Mingun; is a small town in central Myanmar (formerly Burma). It sits on the banks of the Irrawaddy River, northwest of the city of Mandalay. It's known for the Mingun Pahtodawgyi, an immense, unfinished pagoda. Nearby, the Mingun Bell is a colossal bronze bell from the early 19th century. To the north, the striking, white Hsinbyume Pagoda is defined by its wavy, tiered terraces and is crowned by a large stupa.
Itinerary detail; 07:00: Pick up from your hotel and drive to Mingun, a rual village. 08:30: Arrive to Mingun and visit the village of Mingun. And continue to visit Pondawphaya, Settawya, Pahtodawgyi Pagodas and Legendary Mingun Bell which weighs around 55555Viss (90 tons). The bell was one of the biggest bell in the world. 11:00: Depart from Mingun and drive to Sagaing. 12:00: Arrival to Sagaing Hill where you can enjoy the panoramic view at the top of the hill cover with numerous pagodas and monasteries. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in Sagaing. 14:00: Depart from Sagaing and continue to Inwa. 14:30: Arrive to Inwa (also known as Ava), a former royal capital of Myanmar Kingdom located on the confluence of the Irrawaddy River and Myitnge River. You can enjoy horse cart for the visit and learn about historic of Myanmar’s famous old capital. 17:30: Return back to Mandalay.