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Myanmar Golf Tour (Yangon- Bagan-Mandalay)

Although no longer the official capital city, Yangon is still the main hub of Myanmar which has retained its colonial style and there are several top-class golf courses and a multitude of other tourist sites within easy reach of the city.  It started life as a fishing village close to the Shwedagon Pagoda, but it has now developed into a fascinating place with a rich and varied history.

Pun Hlaing Golf Club is often referred to as being the ‘Pride of Myanmar’ and has played host to a number of tournaments in the region, including the Myanmar Masters Tour in 2008 and 2009.  The course itself is suitable for golfers of all abilities and many of the fairways have water hazards next to them, such as rivers and lakes, which serve to keep everyone on their toes. 

The temples of Bagan are one of Myanmar’s main attractions. Once the capital of this ancient kingdom, Bagan covers an amazing 26-sq-mile area bordered on two sides by The Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) River.    Bagan is littered with temples and although many of them were damaged in a recent earthquake, work is underway to repair the more than 400 temples that were damaged.

You will get to see many of the temples first hand when you play golf at Bagan Golf Club, with fairways that meander between the temples – a unique golfing experience

Mandalay was totally flattened during WWII and the ongoing construction boom has been haphazard with little regard to aesthetics.  Mandalay Hill, which dominates the city, has remained largely intact and its slopes are still covered with pagodas. Despite all this Mandalay remains a charming place with some great markets, mosques and various other religious temples and numerous golf shops.

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Myanmar Golf Tour (Yangon- Bagan-Mandalay)

7 Nights / 3 Rounds
Shwedagon Pagoda Bagan Temples Bagan Golf Club Mandalay Hill Pun Hliang Golf

Although no longer the official capital city, Yangon is still the main hub of Myanmar which has retained its colonial style and there are several top-class golf courses and a multitude of other tourist sites within easy reach of the city.  It started life as a fishing village close to the Shwedagon Pagoda, but it has now developed into a fascinating place with a rich and varied history.

Pun Hlaing Golf Club is often referred to as being the ‘Pride of Myanmar’ and has played host to a number of tournaments in the region, including the Myanmar Masters Tour in 2008 and 2009.  The course itself is suitable for golfers of all abilities and many of the fairways have water hazards next to them, such as rivers and lakes, which serve to keep everyone on their toes. 

The temples of Bagan are one of Myanmar’s main attractions. Once the capital of this ancient kingdom, Bagan covers an amazing 26-sq-mile area bordered on two sides by The Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) River.    Bagan is littered with temples and although many of them were damaged in a recent earthquake, work is underway to repair the more than 400 temples that were damaged.

You will get to see many of the temples first hand when you play golf at Bagan Golf Club, with fairways that meander between the temples – a unique golfing experience

Mandalay was totally flattened during WWII and the ongoing construction boom has been haphazard with little regard to aesthetics.  Mandalay Hill, which dominates the city, has remained largely intact and its slopes are still covered with pagodas. Despite all this Mandalay remains a charming place with some great markets, mosques and various other religious temples and numerous golf shops.

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Itinerary

Day 1: Yangon Arrival

Arrival Yangon International Airport, welcome by our tour guide and transfer to the hotel to Check-in. (Recommend arrival flight time: before 11:00)

Day free to explore Yangon – formerly name is Rangoon and known as Garden city of Myanmar. In evening, visit to the World Famous Shwe Dagon Pagoda.

Overnight in Yangon.

Day 2:  Yangon – Bagan

After breakfast fly up to Bagan and explore the Ananda pagoda, dating from the 12th Century. Later in the day, visit the Bupaya pagodas for perfect sunset panorama views of the city.

Overnight in Bagan.

Day 3:  Bagan – Golf at Bagan Golf Club

Breakfast at your hotel

Early risers might like to take a hot-air balloon ride that will give you spectacular sunrise views. (extra cost).  You will then be taken to play golf at the Bagan Golf Resort, which winds its way through the surrounding temples.

Overnight in Bagan.

Day 4: Bagan-Mandalay

Breakfast at your hotel

Fly to Mandalay and visit the last royal palace of the Konbaung dynasty and the sacred Mahamuni Pagoda and receive a blessing for auspicious travels and then climb the 1700 steps up Mandalay Hill (or take the lift) to enjoy the stunning sunset view over the sity.

Overnight in Mandalay.

Day 5: Mandalay – Golf at Yaytakhon Taung Golf Course

Breakfast at your hotel

Play at the picturesque 18-hole Yaytakhon Taung Golf Course and then enjoy a free evening in Mandalay, which has a number of great restaurants and some excellent street food.

Overnight in Mandalay.

Day 6: Mandalay - Yangon

Breakfast at hotel and check-out from hotel.

Then, our driver will pick you up and transfer you to airport for flight back to Yangon.

The rest of the day is free for you to explore Yangon and wander the colonial streets and the famous Bogyoke Market.

Overnight in Yangon.

Day 7: Yangon – Golf at Pun Hlaing Golf Course

Breakfast at your hotel

After breakfast drive to Pun Hlaing Golf Course to play another round.

In the evening, feel free to enjoy one of the many newly-established eateries and bars around downtown Yangon.

Overnight in Yangon.

Day 8: Yangon departure

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before taking a private car to Yangon International Airport for departure.

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