Bagan City Tour (A)

    Duration:
  • Day Tour
  • Tour Code:
  • ODY - 025

The land of million of pagodas Your guide will pick you up at the hotel at 8 am. First, visit Nyaung U market – some tourists find the morning market is more fun than the popular Scott market in Yangon. Majority of the market area is occupied by vendors selling local’s fresh produces, souvenirs and antiques shops. You can find bronze statues of the ancient ladies of Bagan, old lacquer ware, paintings copied from the original frescoes in the Bagan temple and hand-woven clothes among others. (You’ll see local lifestyles and experience) Nyaung U market ... Read More at Tour Detail

Tour package start from: USD 98 /per person (based on 2 travelers)

(Valid from 1st May, 2016 to 30th Sep, 2016, minimum 2 pax per booking)

  • Bagan

    Bagan: As the capital of the first Myanmar Empire, Bagan is home to many archaeological sites. Filled with mass of 2,500 pagodas and stupas built between the 11th and 13th centuries, and surrounded by the Irrawaddy River, peanut and sesame fields, Bagan is one of the most best Buddhist archaeological sites in the world.

The land of million of pagodas

The land of million of pagodas

  • Your guide will pick you up at the hotel at 8 am.
  • First, visit Nyaung U market – some tourists find the morning market is more fun than the popular Scott market in Yangon. Majority of the market area is occupied by vendors selling local’s fresh produces, souvenirs and antiques shops. You can find bronze statues of the ancient ladies of Bagan, old lacquer ware, paintings copied from the original frescoes in the Bagan temple and hand-woven clothes among others. (You’ll see local lifestyles and experience)
  • Next, your sightseeing starts with some of the most historic temples & pagodas.
  • Lunch at a local restaurant.
  • In the evening, off to Myinkaba village to observe local lacquer ware workshops and learn how this traditional piece of art is made. After that, enjoy horse cart ride among the villages.
  • Drive back to your hotel in the evening.

  • Manuha pagoda

    Manuha pagoda – built by the captive Mon King Manuha in 1067 & one of the oldest temples in Bagan. Inside, there are 3 seated Buddha statues face the front of the building, & in the back there’s a huge reclining Buddha. All seem too huge for their enclosures, & their cramped, uncomfortable positions are said to represent the stress & lack of comfort the ‘captive king’ had to endure.

  • Thatbaynyu Temple

    Thatbaynyu temple – built by King Alaung Sithu in A. D. 1144 & is the tallest structure in Bagan. There is a rhyme traditionally sung by the people of Bagan, which runs: “Massiveness that is Dhammayan Gyi, Loftiness that is Thatbyinnyu, Grace that is Ananda.”

  • Ananda pagoda

    Ananda pagoda – one of the best-preserved & largest temples built by King Kyansittha in 1105 AD. It is the masterpiece of early style temple architecture.

  • Shwezigon Pagoda

    Shwezigon Pagoda – Shwezigon is considered as Bagan’s most significant shrine, 160 feet high and 160 feet wide at the base. It is said that the structure was built to enshrine one of the four replicas of the Buddha’s tooth in Kandy, Sri Lanka. This pagoda inspires faith even today, bringing joy to the hearts of monks and laymen alike as they behold its brilliant golden color. The construction was started by King Anawrahta, but the project was not completed until the rule of King Kyanzittha.

Service Include

  • Transfer and sightseeing by private car (driver inclusive)
  • Lunch
  • English-speaking station guide fee
  • Horse cart fee
  • GST

Service Exclude

  • Dinner & Drinks
  • Accommodations
  • Entrance fees & zone fees
  • Domestic and International Flights
  • Visa fees (contact us for further information)
  • Personal expenses such as camera fees, laundry services, tips
  • Insurances (personal, health, travel, etc.)
  • Tips for guides and drivers
  • Surcharge for VISA & MasterCard payments
  • The places that are not mentioned in the program

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