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  • Truly Myanmar Explorer

    Truly Myanmar 9 Day Tour is specially designed for passionate travellers who wish to explore Myanmar in all its depth and with. With active sightseeing throughout all four main destinations of  Myanmar for 9 days (Mandalay, Bagan, Inle Lake and Yangon), you will discover both must-see, well known landmarks  and less-visited areas of beauty.  Included are sights such as  the longest wooden bridge of U Bein, richly beautiful temples in Bagan, Indein jungle stupas, the great Shwedagon Pagoda, and a bizarre snake temple in Paleik or laid-back hill villages in Kalaw.  All these sights and more are put together to give you lush and beautiful, forever  memories of Myanmar.
    $ 1,116 /person
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  • Explore Charming Of Myanmar

    If you would like to gain a deeper understanding about the beauty of Myanmar, let Explore Charming Of Myanmar soak you up with all the highlights from spectacular Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon to the elegance and symmetrical structure of the beautiful pagodas in Bagan and admire the white -washed monument Hsinbyume Pagoda in Mandalay. Additionally, you will learn more about local’s life in Myanmar with a boat trip in Inle Lake. This tour includes accommodation in a hotel as well as private expert guide, meals, transport and more. This classic Myanmar Tours will be for most of the clients from family to friends or couple. Get it and enjoy!
    $ 892 /person
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  • Myanmar Express Tour

    Start in Yangon and end in Heho! With Myanmar Express Tour 6 Day, you will have a valuable opportunity to explore all the highlights Yangon tour and the magnificence of Golden Rock in Yangon to the ancient and spectacular pagodas in Bagan. Furthermore, you will enjoy boat trip in Inle Lake and learn more about local’s life in Myanmar. This tour includes accommodation in a hotel as well as private expert guide, meals, transport and more. 
    $ 799 /person
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Bagan Overview

Situated on the banks of the Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) River, a couple of miles south of Mandalay and north of Yangon, Bagan in central Burma is one of the world’s greatest archeological sites, a sight to rival Machu Picchu or Angkor Wat in significance and spectacle, minus the crowds. 

The many 2,000 Buddhists monuments constructed in its vast plains remaining are the reasons why more and more tourists flock to Bagan – an ancient town with the biggest and densest concentration of temples and pagodas in the world in particular and even Myanmar in general. 

What to see and what to do in Bagan?

A verdant 26 square-mile plain, part-covered in stands of palm and tamarind and framed by the hazy silver-grey of distant mountains, Bagan is divided into 3 areas: Nyaung U, in the northeastern corner - the city’s most active town and main transport hub, New Bagan and Old Bagan - about 2.5 miles west, the former site of the village that was about 3.2 kilometer far from New Bagan in the south in 1990.

Once the capital of a powerful ancient kingdom, it is no surprise that temples and pagodas in the ‘Bagan Archaeological Zone’ are the main attractions of the whole area. 

Some of the main not-to-miss ones are Shwezigon Paya, which is said to enshrine the frontal and collar bones of Buddha; Htilominlo Pahto - an impressive red-brick Buddhist temple; Ananda Pahto - the most important temple always well-preserved via constant painting and whitewashing; Shwesandaw Paya - the second highest monument in Bagan, where you will be rewarded with the spectacular view of the Bagan plains and temples; Dhammayangyi Pahto - a temple with a dark and dramatic past; Sulamani Pahto, which is also called as Bagan’s crown jewel for its sophisticated brickwork and intricate carvings; Pya-Tha-Da Paya, where the impressive sunset is well worth your tiring climb.

What To Eat And Drink In Bagan?

Bagan is not famous for being a food destination but you still can find your favorite food in both Eastern and Western styles. The weather and availability of ingredients make an influence on the style of food–most dishes have seasonal vegetables and light flavors to help cope with the year-round heat.  

Cold noodle dish with garlic oil and shredded chicken; tamarind flakes;  mohinga, ngapi gyaw and shan tohu are appetizing enough to amuse your palate. 

What Is The Best Time To Visit Bagan?

Bagan’s climate is typical for a tropical one. It is divided into 2 seasons — wet (May – September) and dry (running from March to April) with the high temperature most of the time.  The winter season (from November to February), when the temperatures are milder, and there will likely be little or no rain, is the highest tourist season in Bagan. The dry season is time to go for hot air balloons and for amazing photo opportunities. 

But if you do not want to be stuck in terrible crowds and pay much for all kinds of services - transportation, accommodation and tours, this period is not an ideal time to go. Wet season is the best time for those who are looking for a better rate for a guesthouse. 

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