Boat Schedule

Yangon – Twante

Day  Jetty Departure Arrival Class
On request
(At least 2pax)
No.2 of Hlaedan Bridge 08:30 AM 10:30 AM

Yangon – Pathein

Day Jetty Departure Arrival Class
Daily Kingdan 15:30 10:00 CABIN
1st CLASS AIR-CON
2nd CLASS [SEATING]
3RD CLASS [FLOOR

Mandalay – Bagan

CARRIER Day Jetty Departure Arrival Class
SHWE KENNERI MON, TUE, THU, FRI, GAW WEIN 06:00 15:30 SEAT [RCELINER]
PINLON/PADONMA WED / SUN GAW WEIN 05:30 17:00 CABIN [SLEPPER]
DECK [SEAT]

Ayeyarwaddy Princess

City Day Jetty Departure Arrival
Mandalay MON GAW WEIN 07:00 18:00
Bangan FRI BU PHAYA 12:00 17:00

Malikha River Cruise

From To Rate Period
Mandalay Bagan
Bangan Mandalay

Mandalay – Bahmo

CARRIER Day Jetty Departure Arrival Class
PYI GYI DAGUN MON, TUE, THU,SAT GAW WEIN 5:30 Next Day
14:00
1st CLASS [A/C CABIN]
2nd CLASS [FAN CABIN]
3RD CLASS [DOMETORY]

Sittwe – Taungut / Sittwe – Mrauk U

CARRIER Day Jetty Departure FROM / TO Class
MALIKHA SUN MAIN SITTWE  / MRAUK U SEAT
MALIKHA MON MAIN MRAUK U / SITTWE SEAT
MALIKHA MON, WED, THU, SAT MAIN SITTWE / TAUNGOT [NGAPALI BEACH] SEAT
MALIKHA MON, WED, THU, SAT MAIN TAUNGOT / SITTWE SEAT

Mawlamyine – Hpa-An – Mawlamyine

FROM / TO Day Jetty Departure Arrival Class
MAWLAMYINE– HPA AN DAILY ZAW GYI 10:30
11:30
15:30
07:00
08:00
12:00
UPPER
ORDENARY
 HPA AN–MAWLAMYINE DAILY ZAW GYI 10:30
15:30
17:30
07:00
12:00
14:00
UPPER
ORDENARY
Myanmar Cruise Information
Myanmar possesses many rivers, streams, lakes, ponds as well as the coastline of some 1,300 miles. Vessels of many types and sizes have been an important part of the transportation system in Myanmar. They have been used to convey goods and people, for ceremonial and recreational purposes and in times past, for waging war.

RV Mahaythi

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RV MAHAYTHI offering two cruises traveling into the network of Ayeyarwady Delta Region. This is the one and only river cruise operating in the delta area which should not be missed. Pleasantly cruise travel into the Delta region, via Twante where clay pot painting and Pathein where the traditional umbrella workshops are located.

One can see the native villages, the mighty Ayeyarwady River, un-spoilt beaches of purest white sand and crystal-clear blue water facing the Bay of Bengal.

Road to Mandalay

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A journey along the legendary Ayeyarwady is a voyage of a lifetime. From this mighty river, which runs the length of the country, all Myanmar treasure for so long hidden from the world’s gaze. The elegant river cruise Road To Mandalay is the ultimate vantage point from which to view Myanmar’s serene beauty.

The ship runs a variety of exciting cruises, steering guests to all of the country’s most amazing sights during the day, then providing a relaxing base for the evening a dip in the pool, an excellent meal and blissful slumber in a luxurious cabin with windows looking out over the river.

The Irrawaddy Flotilla

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A journey on Burma’s Irrawaddy River is one of life’s great travel experiences. No vessel could be more appropriate for this than a ship of the Pandaw fleet. The Irrawaddy Flotilla Company in its heyday in the 1920s was the largest privately owned fleet of ships in the world.

The company restored in teak and brass an original colonial river steamer called the RV Pandaw. Irrawaddy Flotilla company’s colonial-style river ships are of great craftsmanship and wonderful local materials the Pandaw ships offer alternative standards of comfort and design finish to any other large ships afloat.

Ayravata Cruise

Built in Scotland in 1947, the Pandaw is the same design as the original Irrawaddy Flotilla Company steamers that coped so well with the difficult conditions of shallow water in the Irrawaddy. The Pandaw sails between the ancient capitals of Bagan and Mandalay, offering a tranquil and stimulating Myanmar experience.

The Pandaw is 150 feet long and was powered by a stern paddle, now replaced by modern engines.

Amara

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The Amara River Cruise is a traditional Myanmar riverboat traveling along the Ayarwady and Chindwin River. It measures 30 meters / 100 feet in length by 8 meters / 24 feet in width. With a shallow draft of 1 meter/ 3 feet and two Hino engines.

It can go as far north as Bamo all year round. On board you find a total of seven Cabins, six standard double cabins and one deluxe, each with its own bathroom with hot and cold shower. Communal areas include dining room, bar and canopied sundeck.

Irrawaddy Princess

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This cruise provides opportunity to see on of the most interesting areas in Myanmar on board in a modern and affordable cruise. The newly renovated Irrawaddy Princess offers fully equipped 2 bed-cabins with an attached bathroom.

Shwe Keinnery

Run by Myanma Inland Water transport having three newly built crafts by Chinese, each one has a capacity of about 100 passengers in all reclining seat at bottom level and an observation deck and dinning hall at up stairs. Shwekennery plies between two ancient capitals every day except on Wednesdays and Sundays.

Padonmar/Ponnapyan

Run by Myanma Inland Water Transport and ply between Mandalay and Bagan. This cruise is more general purpose with passenger plus goods.

If you are not time precise and don’t mind ling hours on boat this will be the ideal as you may observe activities while loading and unloading with passenger, live animals and goods. Padonmar plies on Wednesdays and Sundays of the week.

Pyi Myanmar

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Run by Myanma Inland Water Transport . These newly built three Decker boats, which mainly plies long distance between Mandalay and Bhamo. Pyi Myanmar has three river craft and plies between Mandalay and up river north to Bhamo three times a weekly.

The Pyi Myanmar has a different level of accommodation with price ringing. between US$ 36 to 54 per person for approximately 2 day 2 night journey between Mandalay and Bhamo.

Malikha

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Modern, cruise, faster speed with 32 nautical miles an hour, the Malikha operates 2 x boats with capacity around 130 seats. This cruise service connects easy between Ngapali beach and capital city of Rakhine Sittwe [approx 7 hour] as well as between Sittwe and the ancient city of Mrauk U [approx 2 hour].

Trip to Ayeyarwaddy Delta
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Mystery of Bagan Exploration
Yangon – Mandalay – Cruise – Bagan – YangonDuration: 8 Days / 7 nightsCruise: 2 nights downriver & Tour:6 days / 5 nights)

DAY 01 YANGON ARRIVAL

On arrive at the Yangon International Airport, transfer to hotel. Afternoon, excursion to Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha and Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the wonders of the world and the most venerated Buddhist Monument in Myanmar, where one can see the lifestyle of Myanmar People. Strolling in downtown in the evening. Overnight in Yangon.

DAY 02 YANGON / MANDALAY (BY FLIGHT)

Breakfast at hotel, transfer to the airport to fly to Mandalay, the last capital of Myanmar Monarchs. From airport to Ancient Capital Amarapura, 11 Kilometers south of Mandalay visiting Mahagandayon monastery; 1.2 kilometer long U Bein Wooden Bridge and silk-weaving factory. Hotel check in. Late afternoon visit Maha Muni Buddha Image and continue to Golden Monastery (Shwe Kyaung), a monastery once King Mindon’s royal palace apartment for meditation. At last, enjoying the sunset from the Mandalay Hill, a vantage point for the panoramic view of Mandalay. Overnight in Mandalay.

DAY 03 MANDALAY / SAGAING / CRUISE

Visit the old Capital of Sagaing, a retreat for Buddhist devotees with numerous pagodas and monasteries Transfer to the Sagaing Jetty to board the ship.

Embarkation time is 12.00 hrs (check-in time is 11:00). Welcome Cocktail in the Saloon. Lunch will be served at 13.00. upstream to Mingun, Lunch will be served at 13.00. The sailing time is about 2 hrs. Our English speaking manager (or your private guide) will assist the guests during the visit of the Mingun Pagoda Complex. Moor off overnight at near sandbar. After dinner guests can enjoy a Dance and Drama performance by the Mandalay Arts School on the sundeck (if available).

DAY 04 Mingun – Sagaing—-> River Village

Downstream to Sagaing, Early in the morning cruise downstream. During the 2 hours journey the passengers can admire the natural beauty of the river and the life of its banks while relaxing on the sundeck or just sitting outside their own cabin. Enjoy the sunrise over Sagaing Hill.

Visit Sagaing, After breakfast passengers can go ashore to visit Sagaing with the assistance of our Ship Manager or their own guide.

Downstream to Bagan, the embarkation time is 11.15 hrs. Lunch will be served at 13.00. In the late afternoon we stop at Yandabo, a village specialize in Pot-Making, where the peace treaty of the First Anglo-Burmese war was signed on Feb. 24, 1826. Cruise all day and moor overnight near a river village. Moor off overnight near the village of Shwe Nann Tint.

DAY 05 CRUISE – BAGAN

Bagan River Village, early in the morning, enjoy the sunrise near Bagan. Proceed downriver to Bagan. After breakfast (if time permits) we visit another typical river village. Passengers will disembark at Aye Yar jetty around 10.15 hrs.

Check in Hotel. Lunch. Afternoon visit Myinkabar Gubyaukkyi Temple, a typical Mon style temple; Manuha Temple, a captured king’s impression of life in prison; Nanpaya Temple; an earliest masterpiece with its fine stone carvings; photo stop at Seinnyet Nyima Pagodas, a temple and a stupa with exquisite design and Mingalar zedi pagoda, on of the last ones built in pagan; sunset from a suitable temple or pagoda. Overnight in Bagan.

DAY 06 BAGAN

Morning sightseeing begins with a visit to the Nyaung Oo Market; next to Shwezigon Pagoda, the prototype of later Myanmar stupas; Wetkyee-inn Gubyaukgyi Temple, with fine mural paintings of jataka scenes; Htilominlo Temple, noted for its plaster carvings and visit lacquerware factory before or after lunch. Late afternoon visit to Ananda Temple, an architectural masterpiece resembling a Greek Cross; and Thanbinnnyu, the highest of Bagan Temples ; and Bu paya, a Pyu style pagoda on the brink of the majestic Ayeyarwaddy River. Overnight in Bagan.

DAY 07 BAGAN / YANGON (BY FLIGHT)

Breakfast at Hotel. Back to Yangon with morning flight. Afternoon visit Sule Paya, Yangon City centre and main market of Yangon. Overnight in Yangon or direct connection with the Thai Airways flight to Bangkok.

DAY 08 YANGON DEPARTURE

Transfer to airport for International Departure Flight. End of service.