Visiting 1 night 2 days to Golden rock (Kyaikhti yoo pagoda)
On this tour I will take you to the breathtaking Golden Rock pagoda which is situated within 4 hours and half distance from Yangon by car in Mon state in Myanmar. It was situated at 1100 meters of elevation, south of Yangon.
Golden rock (locally Kyaikhteeyoe) is one of the most popular place in myanmar. Many of locals plus Foreigne visitor are visiting there now.
1. Tour will start from yangon at 8:00 am and stop on the way to watch monks having lunch in a monastery where over 700 monks are studying Buddhist scriptures.
2. after that I will take you to golden rock (Kyaik htee yoo pagoda) country's most famous, magic pagoda which is believed to have been built 2500 years ago. We overnight at golden rock.
3. On the way back we will visit Bago which was the second Myanmar capital where we can see the country's highest pagoda named shwe maw daw, shwe thar lyaung, one of the longest reclining buddha in myanmar. And back to Yangon.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 2 days
car, truck and hiking.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 USD - Payments may include coffee, snacks, souvenirs, etc.
I am not a driver. I am licensed tour guide and I will accompany you in a vehicle with my driver . I am always permitted to give you tours to everywhere. I am only English speaking Guide.
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I booked myself into a 2 day trip to the golden rock which I can only highly recommend, especially my guide Han. On the journey we visited a few places such as a monastry and Bago. Han took care of everything and explained a lot about the culture, history. I would recommend to book Mountain Top Hotel because of the location (fully booked at the time). Coming back to the agency and Han I can only say that they are trustable and it's worthwhile organising through them.