Balance your love of golf with your love of travel and still head home with an enviable tan. Get a guided tour of the Angkor Archaeological Park – a World Heritage Site – to see Bayon Temple, the ancient Royal Palace and of course the famous Angkor Wat.
Spend your afternoons however you please – it is your holiday after all. Golf if you cannot get enough, tour the Angkor temples, reward yourself with a spa massage, watch the sunset over the village from atop Phnom Bakheng Temple, visit the Cultural Village, go museum hopping, or explore the sights and smells and wares at the local Old Market.
Let us worry about the logistics: accommodations at a beautiful five-star hotel in Siem Reap, transfer to and from the airport, transport around town in a private and air conditioned vehicle, and any international cuisine you can dream up.
Along with your holiday itinerary you can enjoy 36 holes of golf at any of Siem Reap’s international standard courses. Choose two spend your mornings at Siem Reap Lake Resort Golf Club, Angkor Golf Club or Phokeethra Golf Resort. You get unlimited usage of the driving range and practice putting greens and we will squeeze in an extra round of golf at a special rate if you can’t seem pull yourself from the greenest greens in Asia.

Tour name: Bagan – Mandalay 3 Days & 2 Nights
Tour Code: ABT-M017
Accommodation on board for 2 Nights based on twin sharing Air-conditioned coach with driver for transfer and sightseeing as shown in the itinerary
English Speaking Guide for transfer and sightseeing as shown in the itinerary Meal: 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches & 2 Dinners on board as mentioned in the itinerary
Airport Tax & All Air Tickets Travel Insurance, Optional Tours & Visa Fee




  • You are transferred to the Ayeyar Jetty and board the RV. Pandaw II. Depart from Mandalay and cruise all day. Lunch, dinner and overnight on the RV Pandaw II.


  • After breakfast on board, then visit Thein Gone Village, situated just 10 km south of Pakokku. The village was established just 50 years ago on the fertile river plain close to the great River. Everyone in the village is a farmer and the main crops are corn, peanuts, tobacco and small areas of paddy. There is a pleasant Buddhist monastery with 5 monks and over 25 monastery boys and a state-run village school with 4 teachers, but they commute from nearby Pakokku. Lunch will be served on board. In the afternoon, visit Yandabo, a typical river village specialize in Pot making, where the peace treaty of first Anglo-Myanmar war was signed on 24 Feb 1826. Cruise up along the legendary Ayeyarwady River & Overnight still on board.


  • After breakfast on board, Arrival at Mandalay about 10:00. Passengers disembark to Mandalay. End of Service! Good Luck!.