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  • Tours in Bagan


Bagan (also called Pagan), a dream destination in Myanmar for many foreign visitors, is a site where there are 2000 pagodas and temples and many of those date back 1500 years. This is a fascinating place for travelers. The sightseeing tours for Bagan can be by car, horse drawn cart or in your own bike. You can take the idyllic sunset boat trip on the Ayeyarwaddy River to observe the beautiful sunset over Bagan while enjoying a cold drink. When you come here you will be enchanted by the beauty of Myanmar’s ancient city. Contact us now about Bagan tours.

  • Mount Popa

    Bagan Excursion to Sale & Mount Popa – 1 Day

    This day-excursions Bagan – Mount Popa provides a boat trip tour combine with an excursion to Sale town and Mount Popa to visit Yoke Sone Monastery and the extinct volcano…

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  • Khay Min Ga Temple

    Bagan Temple Tour – Half Day

    This half-day Bagan temple trip provides us opportunity to discover the best highlights of Bagan including: Shwezigon Pagoda, KU Byanuk Gyi temple, Khay Min Ga Temple…

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  • NAT's spirit in Mount Popa

    Bagan Excursions to Mount Popa – Half Day

    This half-day excursions Bagan – Mount Popa will allow us to discover Yoke Sone Monastery on the top of Mount Popa and the extinct volcano with spectacular views we also have chance to…

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  • Swezigon Pagoda

    Bagan Temple Tour – 1 Day

    This full-day Bagan trip provides us opportunity to explore the best site of Bagan including 7 pagodas & temples as well as the magnificent sun set over Ayeyarwaddy River.

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  • Bagan Escape – 4 Days

    Bagan Escape – 4 Days

    Bagan is an ancient city with more than 2,000 pagodas. Nowadays, it’s an archaeological site of the Mandalay, Myanmar. Bagan is formerly called Pagan , was the capital of the kingdom of Pagan…

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  • Can you suggest me some interesting local transports in Bagan?

    • Tracey

      Balloon over Bagan is considered as the best way to see the panorama of Bagan from bird eye view. It will be the most memorable experience in your Myanmar vacation. Beisdes, you can try some local vehicles such as horse carts, mini-vans and cycles. The weather in Bagan is fairy hot in daytime, so you can choose horse carts to explore magnificent temples.

  • Margo

    Any popular attractions in Bagan?

    • Tracey

      Bagan is the home to many archaeological sites including pagodas, temples and monuments. Here are some famous places you can choose to visit.
      Shwezigon: one of the most important pagodas in Bagan.
      Gawdawpalin: one of the biggest temples
      Mount Popa: magnificently lies in a mountain in Bagan
      Thatbyinnyu Temple: the highest temple in Bagan with 61 meter in high. And much more.

  • Renee

    I am traveling to Mandalay and Bagan, Myanmar next week. I concern about the current situation of flood and heavy rain in this country. Have these area affected at all?

    • Laura

      At the moment, Myanmar is suffering heavy rain and flooding. Flooding happened in almost regions in Myanmar including Mandalay and Bagan, except from Yangon, Thanintharyi Regions and Kayah State. It would be better for you to take a trip in November which marks the end of rainy season in Myanmar.


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