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You will be taken to a pier to sail between five and seven hours, depending on the conditions of the river. You will arrive at Mrauk U in the afternoon and will settle in your hotel. This city in western Myanmar, whose name means "remote north," is a quiet town. But this has not always been the case, because it was the capital of Arakan from 1431.
Yangon is still the most dynamic and lively city in Myanmar, although it is no longer the capital. You will explore the different cultural and historical sites that are in an environment of constant urban agitation. Admire the colossal Reclining Buddha of the Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda and stroll in the Kandawgyi Lake Park. From the Botataung pagoda, you will slide into the old streets lined with colonial buildings and maybe haggle at the Scott market to get some nice memories.
You can do as much or as little as you want in the next two days, with the word relaxation as the only motto. You can take a good book, for example, and choose a location on the splendid white sands of Ngapali. Or maybe, choose a place on the island Pleasant View, to appreciate the idyllic view on the blue waters of the Bay of Bengal.
The tour will begin in the afternoon, touring the bustling streets of Yangon, embroidered with old colonial buildings. You will walk through these vestiges of past eras in the old harbor district, in particular, with its busy traders. At night, you will appreciate the spectacular illumination of the Shwedagon Pagoda, the most important Buddhist site in the country, which they say retains tufts of Buddha hair and other relics. Its tip, which rises to 110 meters, is inlaid with diamonds and is covered with a gold plate.
You will sail in a small boat to Indein, a village located on the shores of the lake. It is famous for its impressive jungle of stupas of the sixteenth century, and for its craftsmen. You will see some at work, building wooden boats or making Buddha images from dried flower dust. You can also watch the Burmese cigar rollers.