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  Indulge Yourself in Asia's Three Kingdoms

Exotic Bangkok-colonial-style Yangon-romantic Mandalay-ancient Bagan-Siem Reap and Angkor the Hindu mecca

Operating Company: Go China Adventure International Travel Service Co. Ltd
Tour Operator: Sonia     

Start in:  Hongkong
Terminal at:  Siem Reap
Adult Price from:
Group Persons:   Min(2)

Duration: 15 Days 13Nights
Service Grade:  Luxury
Accommodation: 4 Star Hotel
Transportation: air
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Itinerary & Activities
   Day1: Depart Hongkong
  Depart on an overnight flight to Bangkok, the glorious "City of Angels".

   Day2: Bangkok
  The delicate spires of temple rooftops, and a crisscrossing network of canals and rivers come into view as you fly into Bangkok, capital of the Royal Kingdom of Thailand. Despite the growth of the city, it still retains the majestic mystique of the East with its four hundred multi- colored temples, and slow-moving sampans on the Chao Phraya River. Transfer on arrival to your accommodations in one of the city's world- class hotels.

   Day3: Bangkok
  A morning tour will focus on Bangkok's great showplace, the Grand Palace. Stroll its sprawling courtyards packed with colorful tapered funerary chedies; visit the reception rooms of the royal residence, a gem of classic Thai architecture. Look for the Western influences of the Chakri Palace, which houses a spectacular mother- of- pearl throne. View the former royal residence, now used for coronations and state ceremonies. Return to your hotel mid- day. This evening enjoy a welcome dinner and a Thai cultural performance. Overnight at Bankok.(B, D)

   Day4: Bangkok
  Today, experience Bangkok's fascinating canals by boat, along the Chao Phraya River. Catch a glimpse of the Thais' unique daily life. (B)


Chao Phraya River
   Day5: Bangkok/ Yangon
  Fly to Yangon, the capital of Myanmar and former Burmese Kingdom. You will be met and transferred to your hotel. (B, D)

   Day6: Yangon
  Today, you'll embark on a- full day tour of the city, which became the capital in 1885, when the British completed the conquest of Upper Myanmar and Mandalay's brief period of the last Burmese
Kingdom ended. You will see the 2500- year- old Shwedagon Pagoda and the Botataung Pagoda, which enshrine the relics of the Buddha. Visit the huge Buddha image at Ngadatkyi Paya. Tour the National Museum and its Sihasana Lion Throne. Also, you will visit Sule Pagoda and Maha Wizaya Pagoda. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant. (B, L, D)


   Day7: Yangon/ Mandalay
  Fly to Mandalay, last capital of Myanmar before the British took over. Enjoy a full-day sightseeing tour, visiting the Mandalay Fort, formerly called Fort Dufferin by the British, the Mandalay Museum and Library, a traditional Burmese wooden monastery - Shwenandaw Kyaung. Sandamani Paya and Mahamuni Paya. Lunch and dinner will be provided at local restaurants. (B, L, D)

   Day8: Mandalay
  Today you will take an excursion to Inwa (Ava), an ancient city on the Mandalay side of the Ayeyaerwaddy River. You will stop at the 27m- high masonry watch tower of Nanmyin, cross Ava Bridge built by the British in 1934, stop at the religious center for Myanmar - Sagaing, home of some 600 pagodas. Then you'll see Kaunghmudaw Paya, and Tupayon Paya, Datpaumgzu Paya. Enroute enjoy lunch and dinner at local restaurants. (B, L, D)


   Day9: Mandalay/ Bagan
  Fly to Bagan. Bagan is a spectacular plain stretching back from the Ayeyaerwaddy River, dotted with thousands of 800- year old temple ruins. Today you will visit Ananda Pahto built around 1105 by King Kyanzittha; Shwegugti, built in 1311, and Thatbyinnyu Pahto, the highest temple in Bagan; Pitaka Taik, Nathlaung Kyaung and Gawdawpalin Pahto, one of the largest and most imposing of the
Temples. Lunch and dinner will be served at local restaurants. (B,L,D)

   Day10: Bagan/ Yangon
  Return to Yangon for an exiting excursion to Mount Popa. Rising from the flat, surrounding Myingyan Plain, Mt. Popa is said to be the core of an extinct volcano last active 250,000 years ago. Mt. Popa has been a pilgrimage site for at least 700 years, as successive Burmese kings have climbed to the summit to receive the blessings of the gods. (B, L, D)


   Day11: Yangon/ Siem Reap
  Fly to Siem Reap. On arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. (B, L, D)

   Day12: Siem Reap
  A full- day excursion by air to the Angkor Wat temple, dedicated to the Hindu God Vishnu by King Suyavarman II. It took 30 years to construct the temple, which illustrates some of the most beautiful examples of Khmer and Hindu art. You will visit the royal city of Angkor Thom and its Jayavarman Vll's temple mountain. The Ta Phrom is one of the most popular attractions of Angkor. It was discovered by European explorers, who virtually stumbled upon it, and now the jungle has been cleared to reveal Ta Phrom in all its ancient beauty. (B, L, D)

   Day13: Siem Reap
  Another day to explore this ancient capital. You'll visit the 10th century Hindu temple of Banteay Srei; the first Angkorrian monument built entirely in sandstone. Ta Keo the famous Ta Phrom, and the Pre Roup and Sras Srang temples. Lunch and dinner will be served at local restaurants.(B, L, D)

   Day14: Siem Reap/ Bangkok
  Return to Bangkok today, where you will be met and transferred to your hotel. (B)

   Day15: Departure
  After breakfast, transfer to the airport to board your homebound flight. (B)

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