In the morning you will take an 80-kilometer drive to visit Bago, the ancient capital of the 16th Century Mon Kingdom. Bago is famous for its traditional cheroot industry. On the way, there will be photo stops at Shwenyaungpin Nat Shrine (where visitors pray for safe journeys) and at Htauk Kyant, a war memorial cemetery compound which houses 27,000 stone graves of Commonwealth and Allied forces who fell during World War II.
You will explore the Bago local market, where you can buy a variety of local farm products and study the lifestyle of the villagers. You will also visit the ShweMawDaw Pagoda (the tallest pagoda in Myanmar, with a height of 114 meters) and the imposing Kanbawzathari Palace of King Bayintnaung ( 1551-1581 AD ). You will continue your tour at Kyaikpun, which houses four gigantic Buddha images, which sit facing the four cardinal points of the compass. You will end your tour exploring the stairways of Shwetharlyaung and the reclining Buddha image.
On the way back to Yangon, you can stop off at Karzine village to buy traditional medicine products made of the preserved scorpion, which are displayed in jars and bottles of various sizes. You will stay overnight in Yangon.