Mandalay to Bagan (2 Nights)

Tour Code: SYM-CRT01
Duration: 3 Days 2 Nights
Coverage: Bagan     Price From: USD 650

Day 01: Wonders and Visits of The Royal Capitals

The Strand’s two-night cruise from Mandalay to Bagan begins with a welcome breakfast at U-Bein Bridge then visit to the Mahamuni Pagoda. After enjoying lunch aboard, we sail to Mingun, one of the country’s former capitals, visiting the unfinished pagoda, as well as the Hsinbyume Pagoda and Mingun bell.

Day 02: Views and Waves of The River

Day two sees our passengers to Ava, one of Myanmar’s ancient imperial capitals, for a delightful ride through the naturally preserved landscape and key landmarks. Here we visit the Yadana Shemee. Once back on board, the ship cruises onwards throughout the afternoon towards the ancient city of Bagan.

Day 03: Departure Day

After a healthy breakfast onboard disembark in Bagan where guests will then be accompanied to the airport or their hotel in Bagan.
Deluxe Cabin Our comfortable Deluxe cabins provide a king bed – convertible to two single beds – and a floor-to-ceiling window from which to gaze at the river and passing landscape during your journey. Read a book comfortably nestled in the armchair, or write correspondence to your loved ones at the desk. Ample storage will make you feel at home while the bathroom provides a separate toilet and rain shower. Amenities Wi-Fi Branded amenities Intercom Telephone Flat-screen TV with cable channels French balcony Writing desk International plugs Safety box Bathrobes & slippers Full-length mirror Separate toilet & rain shower *Some decorative & amenities elements in the picture are for reference only

游览代码: SYM-CRT01
覆盖:     Price From: USD 650


    Accommodation on a per person basis
    Three meals during full sailing days, breakfast on day of disembarkation
    All sightseeing as stated in set itineraries
    Soft drinks & local beer. House wine during meals
    Transfer from Point of embarking/disembarking to airport or hotel in either Bagan or Mandalay
    Port charges