Myanmar is a country with a deep and fascinating culture. Beginning and ending in Yangon, discover the spiritual heavyweight of Shwedagon Pagoda, journey through Bagan and its thousands of pagodas, cross the longest teak bridge in the world near Mandalay and enjoy life lakeside at Inle Lake, where floating markets, leg-rowing fishermen and ethnic minorities make for a unique destination. Mix in delicious food, breathtaking landscapes and people both curious and welcoming, and you have a place that will keep you coming back for more.
Ho Chi Minh City at a glimpse
Morning, visit Saigon’s historic landmarks including the former Presidential Palace once headquarters for the Saigon Government during the “American War”, 1880’s General Post Office and the Notre Dame Cathedral. If time permits, pass by the War Remn ant Museum to get a quick glimpse of what Vietnam did suffer from wars before the independence of today. Ben Thanh Market is saved as the last highlight of the morning as this is where you can get something special to pack home. Recommended Lunch is at Ngon restaurant where you can learn much about Vietnamese food, one of another highlight of Vietnam. Afternoon, visit to the Chinese district of Cholon to enjoy the bustling whole-sale quarter of Saigon. China town has been established in Saigon for over 200 years but remained unchanged with its old temples and houses characterizing the disintegrated Vietnamese- Chinese culture. One hour cyclo is always recommended if the traffic allows.
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