Mandalay: Excursion to Mingun

Mandalay    Half Day


  • Irrawaddy River
  • World's largest intact bell
  • Mingun Pagoda

    Note: Bookings require min. 2 people

  • Inclusions

      Private air-conditioned vehicle
      Hotel pick up and drop off
      Private boat for sightseeing
      English-speaking guide
      Admission fees


      Personal expenses
      Meals and drinks
      Tips for the guide and driver
      Visits not mentioned in the program

    Terms & Conditions

  • After payment is made, you will receive a confirmation letter and present it to our staff at the meeting point, either mobile or printed version.
  • Once booked, refunds are not available due to reservation requirements.
  • The tour starts at 08:00 and ends approximately at 13:00.

  • Full Itinerary

    After picking you up at your hotel in Mandalay, you take the boat to Mingun. First, you visit the Mingun Bell, still the world's largest intact bell weighing about 90 tons. Continue to see the Mingun Pagoda. The Mingun Pagoda is still the largest pile of bricks in the world, as its construction has not been finished after King Bodawpaya died in 1819. Before you join the boat trip back to Mandalay, you visit the Hsinbyume Pagoda, which architectural style is pretty different from other pagodas in Myanmar.
    We also offer further excursions starting in Mandalay such as Amarapura, Innwa & Sagaing or Pyin Oo Lwin.

    from $79 $66 per pax ( US Dollars )

    1. Children 3 years old and under are free. Children above 3 years will need to be paid as Adults.
    2. For Ballooning tours, children under the age of 8 years will not be allowed to fly. Children aged between 8 and 16 years will need to be paid as Adults, and must be over 137cm tall (4 feet 6 inches). Additionally, they need to be accompanied by a paying adult.
    3. Tours require a 3-day advance booking.
    For tours on short notice, please use Contact Us Form

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