Touring in Bagan

One of the most remarkable sights in Southeast Asia, Bagan has inspired visitors to Myanmar for nearly 1000 years. The kingdom of Bagan took root in the 8th century but only rose to glory as capital of the First Kingdom of Myanmar in the early 11th century. Ancient chronicles say that there were once 4446 temples over its wide plains but today only 2230 remain, as recorded by UNESCO in 1988.

King Anawrahta, who ruled from 1044 to 1077, initiated the building of temples on this vast plain. The decline of the kingdom in the late 13th century is popularly believed to have resulted from an invasion of Mongols led by Kublai Khan. The capital was shifted from Bagan to Pinya and then to Inwa near modern-day Mandalay, where it remained for centuries.

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Best Season:Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb,Mar,
Popular Location: Showesigon paya, Ananda paya and other Temples

Tours and Activities in Bagan

Enjoy your holiday in Bagan, Myanmar
Biking around Mandalay

    Cycling and visiting Upper Myanmar

    8 days

    This cycling tour will make you enjoy by giving an experience of local life while biking on tarred road and off the road during the trip. You can see diverse landscapes and local villages on the way.

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    Myanmar Marionette

      The best Travel to Myanmar

      17 Days

      Enjoy your holiday for 17 days in Myanmar from south to north including Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Pyin Oo lwin, Hsipaw, Kalaw and Inle lake. The best travel package in Myanmar for your long holiday.

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      Bridge to Bontalar Water Fall

        The Trip with Chin State

        10 Days

        10 days visit to the Chin State where Mt. Victoria is located and have a chance to learn the local tribe villages. Chin state is non tourist area and uniquely own amazing natural beauty.

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        Myanmar Upper Land

          Visiting Throughout Burma

          18 Days

          Enjoy this private tour of 18 days trip throughout the country if you have long holiday and intend to visit Myanmar. This tour will take you all most highlight destinations in Myanmar and learn Myanmar culture and history.

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          U Bein Bridge

            Explore Myanmar on a Budget

            12 Days

            12 days 11 nights Budget Tour Throughout Myanmar (Burma) for your family or your group in private. This tour will lead you to explore the highlight of Myanmar including Mandalay, Bagan, Kalaw, Inle lake. Short trekking is included in this…

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            Bagan Temple

              Stay a week in Myanmar

              8 Days

              Introducing 8 days trip  to explore more about Myanmar culture, Nature and History. This trip will cover Mandalay, Bagan, Mt. Popa, Inle and Pindaya. This is  a private tour with professional tour guide throughout the highlight of Myanmar.

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              the Girl from Innwa

                Highlight of Myanmar

                13 Days

                Enjoy long trip start from Yangon and end in Yangon for 13 days with professional tour guide. This tour will cover Yangon, Bago, Golden Rock, Bagan, Mandalay, Inle and Pindaya. This is comprehensive multi days tour by bus, boat and…

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                Monastic Education in Mandalay

                  Burma Cultural Holiday

                  14 Days

                  This 14 days Group Sharing Tour is going to start on  6 Dec 2018, 5 Jan, 2019 and 7 Feb 2019. This tour will cover Mandalay, Pyin Oo Lwin, Hsipaw, Bagan, Pindaya and Inle lake.

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                  Myanmar Marionette

                    Sample Cultural Program (2)

                    13 days

                    From Yangon to the Shan State via Bagan and Mandalay, our route will gradually reveal the aesthetic heritage and the extreme diversity of the Burmese dynasties’ traditions and popular expressions.

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