Just a ferry ride away from the bustling city of Yangon, is a rural place called Dalah. In here, you can experience, the real local way of living and visit a snake temple that has houses more than 20 snakes. Also visit Dalah's Chuchu Design, where they transform rubbish into handicrafts like wallets, cardholders, belts and pencil holders.

What's Included?

• Pick-up and drop off from the hotel after the tour
• English speaking guide (other language available)
• Ferry ticket
• Trishaw ride.


4 hours

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Today you will have a chance to experience the real Myanmar way of life by crossing Yangon-River by local ferry (10 min.) to Dalla. Upon arrival on the other side, Trishaw drivers will take you to the Local Orphanage. Here you will have a chance to interact with children and talk to their teachers (with help of your translating guides). All participants have the opportunity to donate any amount which would be used for children in the form of school books, blankets, rice, clothing etc.

In Dalah, you could also visit one of the Yangon region's best kept secrets, the Baungdawgyoke Pagoda or also known as Dalah's snake temple. This is truly a must-see for any visitor to the area, that houses more than 20 snakes. The sight of the snakes writhing around Buddhas will surely be an experience like no other.

Visit a pottery workshop and Dalah's chuchu design where woman usually work to transform rubbish into a handicraft.
• Any extras and personal spendings
• Tipping.

Minimum Of 2 Persons For This Tour.
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