Cycling in Myanmar –To reach the village, Village,Visit through scenic country side to Kalaw, another hill station filled with interesting architecture.we can wander through the market or ride around the city looking at the decaying colonial mansions. Then biking to Mawlamyineon a road flanked by beautifully manicured fields where much of Myanmar’s product comes from…
Day 01 : Yangon Cycling to lMawlamying ( L , D )
Our tour guide and driver will pick you up at your hotel at 7:30 .Mawlamying, known as Molmein in the British times, is the 3rd largest city in Myanmar and situated in the south of Myanmar. It is about 6 to 7 hours to go by car. To arrange the cycling tour(with Mountain Bikes!!!), On the way to Mawlamyine bike about 60km. Evening arrive at Mawlamyine. Overnight at Mawlamying.
Biking distance : 60 km
Day 02 : Mawlamying Cycling to U Na Oak-Mawlamyine ( B , L , D )
Today cycling tour will take you to the most beautiful(but few people know it, indeed!!!) Monastery Complex built and donated by the Colonial-Era Burmese Merchant, called U Na Oak. To reach the village, you will have to cross by the bridge over two rivers called Gyaing and Attran rivers. It is their rule effective so far today that you can’t cross the bridges by bicycle and therefore, you need to load the bikes on the accompanying Sag Wagon. Then unload after crossing the bridge for continuing the cycling tour. You may visit Pomelo Orchards on the way to Kado Village where you will see the best Glass Mosaic decorations and Teak Wooden Buddha Images. The monastery is donated by a Myanmar Well-Known Teak Merchant, U Na Oak. We used to learn about his patriotic battle in terms of inland water transport business against the then Irrawaddy Floatilla Company in the British times. Walk around the monastery complex, take the pictures of the amazing wood-carvings decorated on the inner walls of the monastic buildings. Sometimes, you will see the European pillar pedestals at some of the buildings. Then, you will be transfer to the jetty where you will have a One-Hour Boat cruising along the Attran River up to the city of Mawlamying. Overnight in Mawlamyine.
Biking distance : 70 km
Day 03 : Cycling from Pha-An to Kaw Kun Cave ( B , L ,D )
Cycling to Pha-an, the capital city of Kayin State, one of the ethnic majority, is worth a lot. Surrounding the city are the Natural Lime-stone Caves, Hot Springs, Pagodas & Temples, the Thanlwin(Salween River) with Natural beauty with Clear Water for a pleasant boat trip, and many more. Cycling excursion for today, we will make along the motorway but not very busy with trucks and car. All the way, you can enjoy the beauty and nature of the countryside. On the cycling route, you may drop in at the Kyauk Ka Lat Monastery which is surrounded by the water of the natural lake and the name of the monastery derives the Lime-stone column that is jetting out into the sky. 20 minutes Cycling from that monastery will take you to Kant Kaw Ta Htaung, one-thousand Buddhas sitting under the Kant Kaw Trees. That Buddha Complex is located just at the foot of Mt. Zwekabin, the symbol of Kayin State. Overnight in Pha-an.
Biking distance : 65 km
Day 04 : Cycling from Pha-An to Yangon ( B , L )
After breakfast, cycling from Pha-an to Bago, the ancient capital of Myanmar. Then drive direct to Yangon. Evening arrive at Yangon. Dropped you at your hotel.
Biking distance : 60 km
Tour Price : Contact Us
Tour Included :
- Support Truck and Minivan or bus for group
- Airport Pick up & Drop Back
- Water and snacks for cycling day
- Hotel accommodation base on twin sharing/double room with daily breakfast.
- All admission fees in tour
- Government tax and service charges
- English-speaking Station bike guide service
- Meals B = Breakfast , L = Lunch , D = Dinner
- Bikes & helmets
Tour Not Included :
- Visa fees
- International air ticket
- Tips (guide,driver ,hotel, restaurant and etc…)
- Personal expenses (Camera tax, laundry, tips at hotels and restaurant)
- Other expenses not mentioned in program
- Airport tax – US$ 10 per pax at Yangon International Airport
- Accident insurance cover
- Medical treatment costs.
- Note: Luggage carrying