10 days

Myanmar Biking Tour shows you the beauty of Myanmar in a very impressive way. As you paddle from plains to mountains, villages to temples, you are to behold the contrary of our country which varies incredibly from captivating landscapes to imposing religious sites, from enjoyable cities to friendly welcomes of locals.


TOUR PRICE:   us$ 1950 /person – Twin shared in a Private Myanmar tour.
DEPART/RETURN LOCATION:  Yangon Myanmar (Burma)
  • Experience the most highlighted attractions of Myanmar
  • Admire the architectural marvels of Bagan and Mandalay
  • Loose yourself in the stunning of pagodas and temples
  • Uncover the historic sites in Shan state
  • Learn vividly about Buddhism in Burma
  • Witness the incredible one-leg rowing fishermen – Inle
  • Discover colourful regional culture from south to north
  • Explore the true local life, hospitality
  • Immerse in magnificent landscapes

Day 01: Yangon Arrival (D)
Day 02: Yangon – Mandalay tour (B)
Day 03: Mandalay to Mingun by bike (B,L)
Day 04: Cycling to Myitthar (B,L,D)
Day 05: Cycling to Myingyan (B)
Day 06: Cycling to Mt. Popa (B,L,D)
Day 07: Cycling to Bagan (B,L)
Day 08: Bagan sightseeing (B)
Day 09: Bagan boat & horse cart ride – Yangon (B)
Day 10: Yangon city tour – Departure (B)

English speaking guide. (Other languages upon request)
Private transfer with air-conditioning
Domestic flights mentioned in the itinerary
Meals indicated in the itinerary
Bike rentals and gears
Entrance/Zone fees
Boat trip for Bagan sunset, Mingun
Hotel rooms at twin-share basic
Support truck where needed
Water & Tissues
Service charge and Taxes
 Visa Arrangement (now with Evisa)
Personal expenses
International flights
Others not mentioned


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Day  01: Yangon Arrival (D)

Upon your arrival in Yangon, our driver and tour guide will welcome you for your hotel transfer.Enjoy your first dinner with unique Burmese

Day 02: Yangon – Mandalay tour (B)

Commence your day with a flight to Mandalay from Yangon. Mandalay is a city where you will enjoy a cycling time to colourful temples of Kuthodaw, Mandalay Hills. You will have time to see Royal Palace which is known as the last imperial regime in Myanmar.
Total distance: 20km

Day 03: Mandalay to Mingun by bike (B)

Spend your full day cycling to Sagaing and Mingun. As you cross Inwa bridge, you will encounter numerous of monks and nuns ( female monks) in their school and university. Our guide will introduce you the Buddhism education in this area. Afterwards your time in Sagaing, we continue to Mingun where the imposing Incomplete Wall and the word biggest ringing bell reflects a vivid history of Mandalay.
Total distance: 55km

Day 04: Cycling to Myitthar (B,L,D)

Today, we venture out of Mandalay to enter a small road which is less traffic and calm. After 20 minutes transfer from the city, we start cycling along the palm lines, rice fields and villages.A nice homestay will bring us a true feeling of local life today.
Total distance: 75km

Day 05: Cycling to Myingyan (B,L,D)

Getting up for a nice breakfast in a local restaurant.Our roads are small, flat and very scenic this day. On the way to Myingyan, our are offered to enjoy intimate interaction to villages.We will overnight in a local guest house today.
Total distance: 80km

Day 06: Cycling to Mt. Popa (B,L,D)

Our destination of the day is Mt. Popa, the most sacred site for meditation in Myanmar. The further you bike this day, the more time you will see forests, green fields and golden temple spires.After 80km, we will reach Popa mountain.Your compensation for the day is greater than breathtaking landscapes, nice touch to local life…
Total distance: 80km

Day 07: Cycling to Bagan (B,L)

If you are interested in visiting Popa Taungkalat for a panoramic view of the mountain, you will have time to do it in the morning.As we leave Mt. Popa, you will have a chance to know how local people make peanut oil, palm sugar…Heading to Bagan for a haunting sunset on the peak of Shwesandaw pagoda. Total distance: 50km

Day 08: Bagan sightseeing (B)

Start your day discovering the heritage sites of Bagan from Shwezigon pagoda to Nyang U market in the morning. Our tour covers the most outstanding monuments of Bagan including Ananda, Htilomino, Dhammayangyi and Gawdamgyi pagodas.

Day 09: Bagan boat & horse cart ride – Yangon (B)

Enjoy a pleasant boat trip on Irrawaddy River to visit villages on the other side of the river bank.In the afternoon, we will embark on a horse cart ride to the wind along the paths of Bagan, visiting Manuha and a nearby village. Taking the flight back to Yangon.

Day 10: Yangon city tour – Departure (B)

Shwedagon, which is known as the spirit of Yangon will be our destination for this morning. Here, you will see how the religious life develops, moreover this site provides you wonderful photo shoots from any of its bankers. In the afternoon, we will visit Scott market, the most famous site for gems and handicraft in Yangon. Heading to the airport for your departure flight.

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Myanmar Essential travel information

WHERE IS MYANMAR (BURMA)  Myanmar (Burma) is South East Asia’s largest and most diverse countries, stretches from the sparkling islands of the Andaman Sea in the south right up into the Eastern Himalayan mountain range.
  • The months of October to March, when it is drier and cooler than at other times of the year.
  • The rainy season has the effect of monsoon in June, July, August and September, BUT it is not rainy the whole country like in Mandalay or Bagan.
  • Summer season stars from March to May remains dry (meaning that road transport is still relatively easy) but they can be extremely hot in the north – up to 40 degrees Celsius – but cooler in highland areas like in Inle lake.
  1. Tourist visa issued with e-Visa system will be launched at 06:00 on 1st September 2014.
  2. Regarding the information of e-Visa is on website www.evisa.moip.gov.mm and the information of restricted area on www.mip.gov.mm.
  3. You can apply as following procedures:
    Your passport validity must have AT LEAST 6 MONTHS.
    You have to present one COLOR photo (4 cm X 6 cm) taking during 3 months and return ticket.
    The length of stay is 28 days from the date of arrival in Myanmar.
    You pay the application fee, US$ 50 by using Visa, Master, Amex, and JCB – Credit/ Debit.
    The system will reply the information if the application is received or not within 1 HOURS.
    The processing time is maximum 03 DAYS WORKING for granting e-Visa or not.
    The validity of e-Visa approval letter is 3 MONTHS from the issued date. If it is expired, the entry will be denied.
    Duration of visa validity you can only use single entry. Do not allow to enter again.
    The passengers from international cruise ships CAN NOT use eVisa for their entry via sea ports.
    You will not be refunded whether e-Visa is granted or not.

Myanmar country code is 95.
Mobile phone is GMS – SIM based technology. The SIM card is as cheap as 2-3$/piece.
Wi-fi is free at some hotels, restaurants, and coffee shops at main cities.
Wi-fi speed is not very quick but enough for email, web surfing or facebook.

MYANMAR MONEY & CARDS  Myanmar’s national currency, the KYAT (pronounced chat, abbreviated in MMK) is divided into the following banknotes: K1, K5, K10, K20, K50, K100, K200, K500 and K1000. us$ 1 ~ 1,350MMK.
Most three stars hotels up often have at least one AMT machine right at their lobbies. Main hotels now accepts credit cards payment.
Anyway, we suggest you should bring with some cashes just in case. Local buying there accept Burmese and US dollars widely. However please pay at attention when bring US notes with you:
The US$ notes must be new.
The US$ notes torn, marked, folded will not be accepted.
The US$ notes having series before 2003 backward may not accepted.
You are allowed to bring up to US$ 5000 in cash per person to enter Myanmar.
ELECTRIC SYSTEM The electrical voltage is 220 – 230V and frequency is 50 Hz.
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Tour Reviews

January 27, 2016

To Ms. Ngoc Anh Do,


Im back in Australia following my adventure through Burma and I wanted to pass on to you my thanks, and feedback, for a great trip!

Firstly, thank you for your efforts in organising the entire trip. Everything happened smoothly and without any issues. Despite being a solo traveller and a little apprehensive, I had absolutely nothing to worry about with the great service provided by yourself and my guide. I had a fantastic time. My tour guide in Bagan was fantastic – if possible, I would appreciate if you could please pass on my thanks to him and to his tour company. He was professional, courteous and always helpful. He had a fantastic breadth of knowledge which he shared with me, teaching me many things about Burma’s history, monuments, way of life, and culture.

H.I.T INDOCHINA was a great company to coordinate my tour through. Communications were always timely and helpful, making the coordination and planning of this trip (which was last minute!) quite easy. So thankyou very much! If there was any feedback, it would be that for some reason the emails from your company are continuously sent to Junk (Maybe an issue with email servers) and therefore I didnt realise I was receiving a reply until you contacted me via GMAIL Online. (Again, another example of your efforts in ensuring I was looked after!).

Once again, thank you for your personal efforts in ensuring I had a fabulous holiday! Ill defiantely recommend this holiday, and company, to friends and family.

I look forward to travelling through more of Asia with the help of H.I.T Indochina in the future.

Kind regards,

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