Yangon Motorbike To Mandalay and Bagan – 10 Days

Yangon Motorbike To Mandalay and Bagan – 10 Days

Yangon Motorbike To Mandalay and Bagan .The Chin Hills-Arakan Yoma montane forests ecoregion has diverse forests with pine, camellia and teak. Falam is the largest town in the Chin Hills, lying at their southern edge. The Chin Hills are the eastern part of the Patkai Range, which includes the Lushai Hills and runs through Nagaland in India, as well as part of Burma. The Lushai Hills are frequently discussed with the Chin Hills as the topography, people’s culture and history are similar. The southern prolongation of the Chin Hills is the Arakan Range (Arakan Yoma), stretching as well from north to south.

Day-1, Arrival at Yangon (D)
Arrive at Yangon International Airport . Our guide will meet you at the airport and transfer to hotel for check in. Afternoon sightseeing tour starts with visiting the world famous Shwedagon Pagoda.
Dinner at Karawate Restaurant with Myanmar culture show.
Overnight stay in Yangon
Day-2, Trip to TaungOo (B ,L , D) (Normal road)
Breakfast at hotel, transfer to Yangon tollgate by bus and start your riding trip to Taung Oo (about 280 Km). On the way to Taung Oo, we will pass by some cities like Bego, Nyaung Lay Pin and if we got chance, we may use some village roads to see our nature & culture. Lunch on the way and upon arrival at Taung Oo, check in hotel. After refreshment, go for dinner and Overnight in Taung Oo.  
Day-3, Trip to Kalaw (B, L, D) (Highland road)
After breakfast at hotel, gear up for highland road to Kalaw (about 328 km). We may stop several times for rest & Lunch. On the way will pass by our new capital Nay Pyi Taw. Upon arrival, check in & Dinner at Hotel before having a very good rest for next day Offroad ride. Overnight in Kalaw. 
 Day-4, Kalaw– Teetain (B,L,D) (Offroad)
Early morning start your Offroad trip. The road and trail goes through beautiful scenery. On the way visit the villages of Palaung, Danu, Pao and Taung Yoe. Your local station tour guide will introduce you to the villagers and will show you the traditional ways of life. Rest in Hinkhagone a Palaung village. The path goes up and down. Native along the way do the plantation for Tea leaves, Coffee, Cordial leaves, Mustard, Ginger, Malt Rice, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Sesame. Before lunch time, you will arrive to Shabin a typical Danu village with 12th Century old wooden monastery.After your lunch & short rest at the monastery continue your advanture. It is about 3 hours Offroad. The people in this area grow fruits; Arvogado, Banana, Oranges, Jack fruits, Papaya. You will have the chance to see the crab apple trees along the way together with some shady Banyan trees. Short break at Pawke a Pao village. Afterthat you have to drive for another 1½ hours to Teetain a typical Pao village. Native along this way do the plantation especially for Ginger. Dinner and overnight in the village.
Day-5, Teetain – Thandaung  – Inle Lake (B,L,D) (Offroad)
After breakfast continue the 3 hours Offroad trip to the shore of the Inle lake. The trail goes through beautiful scenery of Bamboo forest. The natives of Pao, Taung Yoe and Intha along the way grow fruits; Banana, Papaya, Potato and Beans. Lunch at lower Thandaung village. In the afternoon transfer by boat to your hotel. Rest of the day free at your own leisure. Overnight at Inle Lake.
Day-6, Inle Lake – Mandalay (B , L , D) (Highland road)
After breakfast at hotel, drive to Mandalay (about 266 km). Upon arrival, drive to Amarapura and visit Mahagandayon Monastery. Proceed to visit the ancient art of silk and cotton weaving, using handlooms and U Bein Bridge. In the afternoon visit the Mahamuni Pagoda; Shwenandaw monastery, Atumashi monastery; Kuthodaw Pagoda and Mandalay Hill for enjoying the sunset.
Over night in Mandalay. 
Day-7, Trip to Sagaing-Monywa (B , L , D) (Normal road)
Early morning drive to Sagaing Hill (about 136 km), a retreat for Buddhist devotees with numerous pagodas and monasteries; visit Kaunghmudaw Pagoda and proceed to Monywa, noted for its pagodas, religious institutions and places in its outlying area. Continue to visit the magnificent Thanbokde Pagoda, adorned with 502,357 Buddha images big and small; and Kyaukka Village, another centre for typical Myanmar lacquer-ware industry with unique workmanship.  Overnight in Monywa. 
Day-8, Trip to Powintaung-Pakokku-Bagan (B ,L , D ) (Normal road) (about 100 km)
Breakfast at hotel, drive across Chindwin River to see the Powintaung seldom visited 15th Phowin taung temple complex where many sandstone Buddha’s were carved in the hillsides in caves. Then, drive to Pakokku to cross the Ayeyarwaddy River to Bagan.
Overnight in Bagan. 
Day-9, Bagan Full day Sightseeing (B ,L ,D) (Normal road)
Early morning sightseeing in Bagan includes Nyaung Oo Market; Shwezigon Pagoda, Kyansittha Umin; Htilominlo Temple and Shwegugyi Temple. Lunch at a restaurant. Afternoon visit Ananda Temple; Ananda Okkyaung; Lacquerware factories; Manuha Temple; Nanpaya; Thatbyinnyu and Bupaya Pagoda on the brink of majestic Ayeyarwaddy River. After dinner, transfer to Bagan rail station for overnight train to Yangon. Overnight on Train. 
 Day-10, Departure (B)
Upon arrival Yangon rail station, transfer to Hotel for refreshment & Yangon city tour begin by visiting Sule Pagoda , the Mahabandoola Park with its Independence Monument and walk around the downtown area and  visit Bogyoke (Scott) Market. You can enjoy the daily lives of Myanmar people. Transfer to airport for flight back home . End The Trip .


Tour Price: Contact us

Group Size: Min from 2 to Max 16 persons

Tour includes:

  • Professional tour guide with his bike / Mechanic
  • Gasoline of the tour guide
  • Your gasoline
  • Your motorbike and helmet
  • Permit for motorbike tour
  • Accommodation in hotel or guest-house depending on location
  • Mosquito nets during Home-stay overnight
  • Support vehicle
  • All Meals in tour

Tour excludes:

  • Your personal insurance
  • For cleanliness reason pants are not includes
  • Any meals not in tour and your drinks during the trip
  • Your personal expenses
  • Coverage for any damages to motorcycle (unfortunately there is no insurance here to cover this)


Full Name (*) :

Your Email (*):

Tel (*) :

Address (*):

Nationality :

Number of traveler (*):

Starting Date (*) :

Ending Date (*) :

Payment Method (*)

Your Message :


Mymanmar Travel Guide