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Golden Rock Day Return Trip
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Kyaikhtiyo Day return Trip
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Kyaikhtiyo Day return Trip

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- practice being a responsible traveler by being mindful of local cultures<br>- provide sustainable options with amenities<br>- give complete services from starting point to ending point<br>- take care of each guest personally along the trip.<br>- organized tours with patient staffs and experienced guide.<br> - comfortable transportation <br>- reasonable price<br>- guide offers complete information on Myanmar rules and regulations, local cultures, histories and traditions.<br>- can get the suggestions from company and ask us everything you want to know concerning with the trip.<br>- explore locations with enjoyable, traditional experiences
$147.00 per adult
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Ccz wrote a review Oct 2020
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar43 contributions23 helpful votes
The site itself and history are worth the visit but crowds and other unexpected things are inevitable. If one expects luxury, rather disappoint. Think of it as a pilgrimage from the start.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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jajavalB wrote a review Feb 2020
Bangkok, Thailand2,486 contributions2,008 helpful votes
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It looks like a must tourist attraction for anyone who visit this country ,one of tge most sacred sites in this land. It's now under construction with cable car for short distance to the pagoda, fee is pricey (20000 kyats) and then you have to pay admission to the pagoda complex ,10000 kyats each.there are many souvenir vendors, trying to persuade to buy their goods, too scam.However, local people are very kind and generous. This is sacred place ,so please don't make it into a lot of money things that tourists need to pay for being inspired or impressed.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tranqil R wrote a review Feb 2020
Hoi An, Vietnam81 contributions2 helpful votes
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A must go destination in Myanmar If you have chance to visit Yangon, you must try Kyaiktiyo pagoda. It is really a heartbreaking highlight with a complex of religion area. The first impression when you arrive there is the way the truck take you from the parking lot to the top of mountain where the pagoda is located. It is like a horrible feeling to the peoples who has heart desease but very exciting to everyone. It worths every penny and time you take to get there with the landscape, sightseeing and architecture appointments. Highly recommended
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Date of experience: February 2020
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ron d wrote a review Feb 2020
Caloundra, Australia553 contributions207 helpful votes
The Golden Rock Pagoda is high in the mountains at over 1000 metres. To get there you start at the 'base camp' where you are packed in a truck with 40-50 other people for the perilous, uncomfortable and thrilling journey up the mountain. There are a few stops on the way, apparently to solicit donations. Up the top you must walk, running the gauntlet of dozens of traders selling souvenirs and snacks. The pagoda itself is quite small, built on the top of a very large rock that is balanced precariously on the edge of a cliff. The rock is covered in gold leaf. Once you have seen it and taken the obligatory 100 photos it is time for the even more perilous, uncomfortable and thrilling journey back down the mountain. We were on an organized tour from Yangon. There is not a lot of interest in the vicinity of the base camp so our visit took the best part of a day to get there, overnight in a hotel, then most of the following day to get back to Yangon. While I am glad to have seen the Golden Rock Pagoda, I question whether it is really worth nearly two days for the experience.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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KateBphoto wrote a review Feb 2020
East Nassau, New York49 contributions25 helpful votes
We spent the night on the top which I highly recommend. It is quite extraordinary and a very religious site.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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