1. Myanmar
  2. Mandalay Region
  3. Mandalay

Full-Day Mandalay, MinGun, Sagaing Cycling Tour

Product ID: 150674
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This full-day cycling tour visits Mingun and Sagaing from Mandalay. It is a wonderful eco-friendly way to see the country and the best way to get off the beaten track.
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Duration: 10 hours
Starting time 7:30 AM
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Experience

Highlights
  • Enjoy a full-day cycling tour with English-speaking cycling guide
  • Visit Mingun and Sagaing from Mandalay
  • Dine on an included lunch
  • Take a boat across the Ayarwaddy River
Full description
After meeting the guide at your hotel at 7.30 AM it's time to set off on your cycling adventure. Cycling from your hotel toward Mandalay Jetty, you'll then take a boat ride across Ayarwaddy River. Upon arrival to MinGun, you'll visit MinGun Pa-Hto-Taw-Gyi which is massive uncompleted stupa and MinGun Bell which is the world's biggest ringing bell. After that, you'll visit Hsinbyume Pagoda which is painted white with unique architectural design and one of the most beautiful in Myanmar. The shape of the white pagoda represents sacred mountain and center of the universe.

 Afterward, ride the bike to Sagaing City which is the capital city of Sagaing Division. You'll have lunch at a local restaurant and after lunch, you'll visit Sagaing Market, Buddhist Academy, 30 Caves Temple and enjoy an amazing view from the Sagaing hilltop. After you've finished the tour, you will be picked up for the drive back to the city. The estimated cycling distance of the whole tour is 25 to 30 KM.
Includes
  • Local taxes
  • Lunch
  • Bike tour
  • Bikes and helmets
  • Water and snacks
What’s Not Included
  • Dinner
  • Zone Fee
Not suitable for
  • Children under 12 years
  • Pregnant women

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Meeting point

Your hotel in Mandalay City

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From US$ 126 per person

Organized by

Green Wood Tourism

Product ID: 150674