Historical and cultural treasures to discover in the magnific Bagan
Being known as one of the successful empire over Myanmar history, Bagan is like a miniature representing ancient prosperity and power of Burma with over 2,000 well-preserved stupas, pagodas and temple. Entering the land and visiting main attractions, exquisite and graceful architecture offerred by aging monuments along with interesting stories behind will amaze any passionate travellers. Afternoon trip to Bagan lacquerware house is another worthwhile stop to see how finest lacquerware products are made all by hands and get to know why Bagan is the famous centre of thriving lacquerware industry in Burma.
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Admire the magnificent remains of Mingun pagoda
Enjoy private peaceful sunset view from top of Yankin hill and U Bein bridge
Discover series of Bagan's ancient crumbling temples and pagodas
Trek through hill plantations and soak up in Kalaw's laid back atmosphere
Experience simple but unique floating life on Inle Lake
Explore the in the world famous legendary Shwedagon pagoda
Savor mystical atmosphere of the world famous Shwedagon pagoda after dark
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
Discover the biggest Buddhist temple and colonial heritage of Yangon
Explore Bagan's series of countless ancient monuments
Climb up Mt. Popa and enjoy dramatic views of the plunging valleys
Ride a horse-cart around peaceful village of Ava
Watch the beautiful sunset falling over the legendary U Bein bridge
Take a scenic river boat to visit the giaint unfinished Mingun pagoda
Take part in the hustle local 5-day market in Inle Lake
Stroll around and feel the relaxing nature of Kandawgyi Lake
Indulge in majestic sunset in the world-famous Shwedagon pagoda
Unfold great history secrets in the ancient kingdom of Bagan
Get lost in the beautiful Buddha limestone cave of Pindaya
Enjoy scenic boat ride and explore unique Inle Lake’s floating life
Capture Yangon street scenes and corlorful colonial buildings
Savor atmospheric sunset over the glistering Shwedagon pagoda
Get hot in Bagan plain in between thousands of red brick temples and pagodas
Climb up the sleepy mountain of Popa and visit its top monastery
Sail upstream Irrawaddy river and discover remote beautiful Kyauk Gu U Min temple
Mt Popa - a solitary peak topped by gold stupas, is well-known as the birth place of Myanmar’s ‘nats’ or spirits. (50 kilometers southeast from central Bagan ~ 1.5 hours to get there by car). To reach the top, you need to remove shoes and socks and climb the 777 steps to the shrine at the top of the peak. Along the...
Bagan - among the most significant archaeological South East Asia sites is one of the densest concentrations of temples and pagodas with about 2,000 monuments remain in various states of repair. Once arriving in Bagan, grasp a terrific chance to see how local life is going through in Nyaung U market: the...
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....
Take a glimpse of the wonders and unique culture of ancient Bagan upon the very first day sightseeing. Joining the crew sightseeing with knowledgable guide, you will be lead to witnessing the dedicated process of making the Myanmar’s most qualified and beautiful lacquer handicrafts in a selected local workshop. In the follow up by a...
Irrawaddy river – proud as one of symbolic feature shaping the serene beauty of Myanmar. A journey up and down the mighty river will offer you wonderful experience to capture all precious moving images of maybe white oxen herd resting under palm trees’ shade somewhere in an isolated sleepy village, local people finding their life meaning in...
Drive to the banks of the Irrawaddy River and board in a private wooden motorboat on Aye Yar Jetty for upriver sailing to Kyauk Gu U Min, a remote temple located in quieter side of Bagan. The unique beauty of the temple appreciated by floral designed entrance, exquisite stone carvings depicting religious figures,...
Board in a luxury day cruise and start out an enjoyable river expedition in between Bagan and Mandalay. This 12-hour sailing will truly offer you an anticipation of fresh air, the opportunity to feel the gentle waves on the majestic Irrawaddy river while enjoying panoramic views of pristine nature and river life along the way. If you...