After breakfast at hotel, we go sightseeing in Mrauk-U, the ancient capital of the 15th century Rakhine Kingdom. We first visit the local market and then the Archaeological Museum near the site of the Palace where we will see the ancient glazed stone slabs. We then visit the Pharaouk Pagoda, Mong-Khong-Shwe
Du Stupa, Pisei Pagoda on a small hill, KoeThaung Temple (a shrine with 90,000 Buddha images), Latt-Say Lake (an artificial lake with city walls and a gate) and the Mahabandola Monastery where we will see countless Buddha images and priceless jewelery. After our morning of sightseeing we will have lunch and then take a short rest at our hotel. In the afternoon we visit the massive Shit-Thaung Temple, a significant temple with 80,000 Buddha images and reliefs. We then visit Htaukkhan-Thein Temple which looks more like a fortress, then the Andaw Temple, Ratanabon Stupa, Laymyathnar Temple (a four sided temple), Laungbanprauk Pagoda (known as “Plate Pagoda”) where we will see some glazed flowers like plates, and then we visit Pitakataik (a small library) which is used as a Buddhist script depository during ancient times. We then drive to Harritaung Hill for sunset and then back to our hotel for overnight.