Overview: Downstream Cruising with the RV Mahaythi to travel into fertile Delta region, where most of Myanmar's rice is produced taking a coach drive to the most exotic and scenic beach in Myanmar, Ngwe Saung Beach , to enjoy the unspoiled white sand beach.
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Destinations Covered: Yangon, Ma U Bin, Shwelaung, Wakema, Myaung Mya, Pathein, Ngwesaung
Day (1) Yangon-Pathein-Ngwe Saung
Pick up from your hotel and drive to Pathein by car.Over night at Myanmar Treasure Resort hotel in Ngwe Saung.
Breakfast at the hotel and another day to enjoy at leisure in Ngwe Saung. Overnight in Ngwe Saung.
Day(3) Ngwe Saung-Pathein-Myaung Mya-Wakema (L/D)
After breakfast at hotel pick up from hotel by car and drive to Pathein jetty. Dismebark and arrive at Myaung Mya which is enjoy the great scenery of the river side and in touch culture of the villages.Myaung Mya is also well known for the nearby group of ancient stupas (Bagan style) and the Mya Sein Yaung monastery, where the brother of the late Tharmanya Sayadaw is living.In the afternoon you arrive at Wakema and visit the local dock yards, rice mills and vermicelli factories. Overnight on board.
Day(4) Wakema -Shwe Laung -Ma U Bin (B/L/D)
Breakfast on board while navigating to the Shwe Laung which is visit the downtown and market area. In the afternoon you arrive at Ma U Bin, an entrance city to the Ayeyarwaddy Division and famous for its fishing ponds and the Pawdawmu Pagoda. Overnight on board.
Day(5) Ma U Bin -Twante-Yangon (B/L)
Breakfast on board while navigating to the Twante which is an ancient town with history dating back to the 15-16th century and was the guardpost of the powerful Mon Kingdom. Many battles were also fought here between the Myanmar Kingdom of Innwa(Ava) when kings were powerful and heroes were honoured. Visits will include the Shwe San Daw Pagoda, one of the landmarks of Twante. Then visit the potters' quarters where clay pots of various sizes are still made in the old way using age old techniques and potters' wheels. After that visit the Twente Central Bazaar where many local fruits and flowers are sold as well as many household items. After sightseeing around Twante with horse carts, return to the boat for lunch and cruise back to Yangon.
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