Excellent insight into authentic Minanthu village
Minanthu village, to the east of Bagan, is the place which gives you an excellent insight into the traditional daily life of local people. Taking a walk in the village and you will see people in their daily work: collecting water from well, harvesting sesame seeds, weaving cloth, spinning cotton, making cheroot & silver jewelry, etc. Don't hesitate to say "Mingalabar" (which means "Hello" in Burmese) and the friendly villagers will always be very happy to share you their ways of living through inside stories. It is also nice to visit the nearby temple Lay Myat Hnar monastic complex. The shining white exterior with old paintings coverring interior walls will surely leave you a great lasting impression.
Tours with this experience
Watch the majestic sunset at Shwedagon pagoda after dark
Sense the tranquility and raw beauty of Inle Lake
Participate in 5-day colorful floating market in Inle Lake
Board in fantastic expedition downstream Irrawaddy river from Mandalay to Bagan with The Strand cruise
Try a bumpy horse-cart ride around the idyllic town of Ava
Discover delightful local Minanthu village on foot
Visit colorful colonial buildings in Yangon
Discover countless ruined temples in Bagan ancient kingdom
Enjoy in a bumpy horse cart ride in ancient Ava
Board on a exciting boat trip to exotic Kyauk Gu U Min temple
Sample authentic tribal life in Kalaw hill villages
Explore local life and culture around Inle Lake by bike
Stroll along white sandy shore of Ngwe Saung beach
Meditate in the wonderous Shwedagon pagoda over the sunset
Discover series of treasure ancient monuments in Bagan archaeological zone
Stroll around the quiet village of Minanthu
Absorb the spectacle of peaceful riverside upstream the Irrawaddy from Bagan to Mandalay with Pandaw cruise
Explore all spiritual beauty around the royal Mandalay
Venture the indigenous tribe villages in Kalaw hill
Refresh out in the serene Inle Lake
Watch the majestic Shwedagon pagoda glowing at night
Visit series of impressive ruined temples in Bagan
Climb up and enjoy spectacular views on top of Mt. Popa
Relax in a scenic river boat trip from Bagan to Mandalay
Unfold secret story behind Paleik's snake temple
Jump in an intrigued trek over Danu hill village and get closer to tribal life
Blend in various ethnic groups in Inle Lake's typical loating market
Mellow out on sandy beach of Ngapali
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