(FEP-E2P) 2 Days Yangon –Pyay –Yangon


After breakfast and check-out at the hotel, 5-hr-car drive in the morning to Pyay aka Prome during the British colonial days , from where the most ancient historical sight in Burma known as Sriksetra or City of Splendor in Sanskrit, dated back to 2nd_9th Century AD, 8 km (5 miles) to the southeast of it, in the village of Hmawza, with the prototypes of Stupas and Temples (2 types of Pagoda) built in the Pyu Period, can be visited. Prome is situated 260 km/160 miles northwest of Yangon on the east bank of the Irrawaddy River. On the way to Prome, visit (1) Shwenattaung Phaya, (2) Shwemyethman Buddha Image in Shwedaung before or after lunch there at the local food restaurant, then proceed to visit such places of interest in Prome as (3) Shwesandaw Pagoda, (4) Phayagyi before or after check-in at the hotel, time for dinner and  overnight at the hotel in Prome.


After breakfast & check-out at the hotel, morning car-drive to the ancient Pyu sight called Sriksetra in the village of Hmawza to explore the worth-visiting places, by car, (1) Phayama in the paddy field outside the present-day Hmawza village, (2) Sriksetra Museum and  by Ox-cart, (3) the Ruined Palace Complex, (4) East Zegu, West Zegu Pagodas, (5)the Pyu Cemetery, Be Be Temple, Leihmyethna Temple and Baw Baw Cylindrical Stupa in a straight line not far from one another, (6) the Rahanta Gate and Rahanta Cave Temple, then time for lunch and drive all the way back to Yangon for 5-hours more or less, check-in at the hotel, dinner time and overnight at the hotel in Yangon. B=Breakfast