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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 dates back 1500 years. This is a fascinating place for travelers. A Bagan tour itineraries always include sightseeing tour or boat trip, horse-drawn cart or on an electric 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. Come here and enchanted by the beauty of Myanmar’s ancient city.
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  • Bagan Highlights

    Bagan in Depth – 2 Days

    Get closer to a place of numerous national as well as local temples, churches and pagodas, especially the golden one – Shwedagon. Experience the Burmese culture through Nyaung market, discover the surrounding villages…

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  • Bagan - Salay (Sale) - Mt. Popa Tour

    Bagan – Salay (Sale) – Mt. Popa – Full Day

    Discovery of Myanmar beauty in not just in Yagon, Manladay, Bagan or Inla Lake, in this tour, we move to the countryside in Salay and visit Mount Popa in order to fully experience Myanmar in the best way. Be amazed of Yoke Sone Monastery and local market in Salay and take a look…

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  • 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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  • Nyaung U Market in Old Bagan

    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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Top 6 Best Bagan Temples – Fascinating Temples To Come on Bagan Tour

All visitors go to Bagan wanting to see the time-honored works here. Each of the sanctuaries in Bagan has its own mark, so it is not fair to say which the temple or pagoda is the best when coming to Bagan. Below are the top attractions recommended by us for your best Bagan tour.

Shwesandaw Pagoda

Both considered being the most high-light place and the highest temple in Bagan for watching the dawn and sunset covering the ancient city of Bagan. The pagoda contains a series of five terraces, 4 sides, topped with a cylindrical stupa. However, each side has high steep stairs so it is very convenient for tourists to enjoy the scenery.

Ananda Temple

Ananda is an ancient and famous temple, built in Bagan - the former capital of Myanmar. Not only has Ananda Temple existed in a long historical process but also been considered the most important temple in Bagan, so it is well preserved by being repainted frequently and is the most intact temple today. Probably this is why its population has such a brilliant beauty that goes away from all the visitors who have been attracted by the Temple. Ananda Temple symbolizes the limitless wisdom of Buddha and can not be ignored by any visitors on Bagan tour.

Dhammayangyi Temple

Well known as the widest temple in Bagan and built in a plan similar to that of Ananda Temple. The ancient people of Bagan, Myanmar had to use 6 million bricks to build the temple. It has a very different architecture than other works in this area. It doesn’t have a pointed spire in the middle hanging a wind chime as usual that it looks like a pyramid. The temple was built under the reign of King Narathu for three years, and was left unfinished when the king was murdered so local residents often call this a "ghost temple".

Sulamani Temple

“Precious Gem” is another name of the Sulamani Temple. It is well-known as Bagan's "precious pearl in the crown". This one, built around the 12th century, is famous as a work, complete with elaborate bricks with delicate carvings. And nowadays, the Sulamani Temple is one of the most numerous surviving frescoes on the walls. The temple was quite strongly damaged and restored many times, through the renovation that the temple does not retain the sharp architectural lines but this is still a “hot” tourist attraction in Bagan.

Shwezigon Pagoda

Among the thousands of sacred ancient pagodas in Bagan, Myanmar, Shwezigon – a renowned pagoda with the ancient religious architecture and sanctuary of Myanmar. Built in the 11th century, this is a model pagoda for temples built later in Myanmar. This pagoda, a Buddhist religious place, is believed to enshrine the forehead and collarbone of Gautama Buddha. For outstanding architecture, luxury and splendor, many Myanmar tourists comment that Shwezigon is similar to the famous Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon.

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