PICK UP TIME: 8:30 AM PRICE: FROM 25 USD P.P
Today you will take a boat to visit Mingun village. Visit the historical monuments in a rural village of Mingun including famous Mingun Bell. Then back to Mandalay on a boat. Afternoon explores the Mandalay area including local market, wooden monastery, and some handicrafts.
Mingun, the rural village area, is located approximately 10 kilometers northwest of Mandalay. Pahtodawgyi Pagoda, the unfinished pagoda is situated there, and it would have been the World's biggest Stupa if it was finished. In fact, work of this Stupa construction stopped in 1819. A must see Mingun bell, the largest ringing bell in the world. Hsinbyume also was known as Myatheindan, and significant pagoda rises in seven waves, whitewashed terraces representing the seven mountain ranges around Mt. Meru is one of the places for your leisure and amazing scene.
Return to Mandalay at afternoon and lunch will be at the restaurant on the river bank.
Then proceed to explore the local market of the river bank. Then visit Monastery to understand about Monastic education system (Regular Primary school at the monastery surround taught by monks and normal teachers) in Myanmar and make a small charity and some interactive activities with the children if it is the school day. Then proceed to ShweInnBin (wooden) monastery, the masterpiece of Myanmar Architects in 19th century donated by a Buddhist devotee, U Sat Shwin, in 1895. Then explore some handicraft like wooden tubs and bullock cart making. Sightseeing of the day finished and dropped at your hotel.
Our services Include:
Hotel pickup and drop-off (Mandalay city area)
Jetty transfer by car and sightseeing in Mandalay ( from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm)
Boat fees to Mingun
English Speaking Guide
1 bottle of water and towel
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