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My wife and I spent an incredible two weeks in Myanmar, and one of the highlights of our visit was our time in Bagan. First, I must share how we got there. We took a four day cruise up the Ayeryewaddy river on the Sanctuary...More
Bagan is an hidden gems in South East Asia, that you must visit. Bagan has a thousand temples and pagoda that you must explore, 4 days 3 night is the best lengths of your holiday here. Sunrise and sunset time is must do here and...More
We enjoyed renting electric scooters and riding around the hundreds of stupas and temples.
We stopped in about 10 of them along the way.
Best to wear flip flops as its easy to take them on and off as you go thru the temples.
It is interesting to see and if you have time in Myanmar and are not overly worried about budget , then maybe go to pass the time. But otherwise I'd skip it If you're a budget traveller. Most of the temples are closed for climbing...More
We have been in Myanmar for the past three days and we have been in Bagan for the past 2 days. We have seen so many temples and shrines that I am beginning to lose track of what we have seen . I know we...More
Bagan is an ancient city in the Mandalay region. It was once the capital of the Pagan Kingdom and was later the unifier of the modern Bagan. At one time, there were over 10,000 Buddhist temples and a little over 2,000 are left today.
I have travelled the world exploring ancient ruins and have to say Bagan is one of my favourites. Unlike the temples of Cambodia there usually is much room to walk around inside. Both are similar as you are free to explore, but Bagan is a...More
It had a similar feel than Angkor, although these temples can be in all sizes dotted around everywhere. Some had been restored to make them look almost new... that was not good. The older genuine ones are a gem. You get to go very close...More