Expedition in Steam Loco

Destinations : Yangon- Bago-Kyaikhto- Moktama - Madauk- Pyinmana - Yangon
Duration : 10 days 9 nights
Availability : November and February

Day 1st  Yangon

yangon-shwedagon-pagoda-01Meet you at Yangon airport. Transfer to hotel. You will have time to visit around Yangon due to your arrival time.
Overnight in Yangon.

 
Day 2nd  Yangon - Bago

bago-01First we will visit Insein Loco Shed (only shed for general overhaul). In the afternoon, drive to Bago (the best steam center of The Country) that will take about an hour and half. We will need to go to Bago train Station to get last information of Locos on the line, especially for stone train. This evening, we will try for locos, which are coming to Bago because operation of Locos is unpredictable.
Overnight in Bago.

 
Day 3rd  Bago - Kyaikhto

kyaikhto-01Today, we will track to passenger train between Bago and Nyaungkhashe, the distance is 38km. Train departs at 10:30 to Nyaungkhashe with Chimney first. First of tracking is to wait at Kali level- crossing and next Waw station, the third is Abya station where we need to drive off road about 2 miles. Next step to track for stone train along the line between Bago and the last quarry of Zingyaik and we will have to follow in accordance with their location.
Stop overnight at Kyaikhto. Kyaikhto is situated in the middle between Bago and Zingyaik quarry.

 
Day 4th around Kyaikhto

kyaikhteeyoe-01Today again tracking for stone train for another opportunity or we may visit Kyaikhtiyo Pagoda (Golden Rock) at Kyaikhto.
Overnight at Kyaikhto.

 
Day 5th Kyaikhto - Mawlamyine

mawlamyine-05First we will visit Kyaikhto station and drive to Moktama, which is the end rail. There is salt train running between our ways today. Visit Moktama shed and cross to Moulmein.
Overnight in Mawlamyine.

 
Day 6th Mawlamyine - Bago

bago-02This morning visit around the town. Afternoon return to Moktama and drive back to Bago.
Overnight in Bago.

 
Day 7th Bago - Nyaunglaybin

bago-shwetharlaung-01This morning, drive to Pyuntasa; return way to Bago and heading north. Driving time take about 5 hours. There is regular passenger loco between 26 km of Pyuntasa - Nyaunglaybin - Madauk. Arrive Pyuntasa and wait for afternoon passenger train departing at 2 PM from Pyuntasa along the line to Madauk but times vary report to report, so exact time is unpredictable. If you would like for riding that we will ride when tender first.
Overnight in Nyaunglaybin.

 
Day 8th Nyaunglaybin - Taungoo

Today we will drive heading north again up to Taungoo, 267 km north of Yangon along the main line between Yangon and Mandalay. We may see Steam activity along the way depend on sugar cane harvest.
Overnight in Taungoo.

 
Day 9th Taungoo - Yangon

yangon-karaweik-01Return to Yangon, along the way stops at stations to track down sugar trains.
Overnight in Yangon.

 
Day 10th

Depend on your flight departure time; you will have time to go around Yangon. Transfer to Airport.

Note - Most of Steam locos carrying stones cars are out of order and not in service any more today.

 

Price in US$ per person in a group of;

1 pax 2 pax 3-4 pax 5-7 pax 8-14 pax 15-20 pax
           
Extra Single Room Supplement is US$ 500


 Included in the price are:

  • Daily breakfast.
  • All entrance fees.
  • Local Tour guide.
  • Shared accommodation.
  • All transfers and sightseeing by car & boat.
  • Taxes and services.

Not include in the price are:

  • Lunch and dinner.
  • Tips to guide and drivers.
  • International Airport departure tax.


Above services shall be tailored in accord with your choice.

 

 

 

MT & K Tourism Company Limited

Building (15/B), Room (202), Shwe Kabar Housing, MinDhama Road, 3 Quarter, Mayangone Township, Yangon, Myanmar.

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