Amazing sights an history, easy to visit using e bikes which were very affordable. A must see on anyones bucket list.
About Bagan Temples
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Sunrise, sunset or having a nice run in the countryside between the pagodas and temples - Bagan is always beautiful. For Bagan you have to pay an archeological admission fee. For 5 days it was 25.000 Kyat. Entrance fees for all temples and pagodas are...More
Today, there remains about 2,200 Buddhist temples, pagodas, and monasteries in the Bagan plains. During the 11th through 13th centuries the Bagan Kingdom was at its height, and the Bagan plains were home to over 10,000 temples and pagodas. Shwezigon Pagoda is the biggest and...More
There are lots and lots of beautiful temples at Old Bagan. From small to really big like castle. Each has history to tell. Pay attention to all the details, they're very intricate and just mind blowing. Best to go during sunrise and sunsets. You can...More
Really beautiful temples, especially during sunset! Sunrise is OK however, sunset are from another world!
Amazing place, though hot at midday. I prefer sunset way over sunrise. Also fine in low season; weather still great and dry ( in 'rain-season'); and hardly tourists (compared to high season as pepole say). Nowhere cues.
We had Bagan on our bucket list for a long time and was happy to finally scratch this place off our list. I must say however that after you've see one temple here, you've seen them all. I can't say the same about the temples...More
Amazing to look out and see something that looks like it's right off the pages of National Geographic. Ancient Hindu temples are lavish inside with beautiful Buddha statues and other art. Hot and dusty. Watch out for the vendors--they're very insistent!
I cannot talk how much I love this place. From the sunrise till moon, every moment we spend here was so good. Biking around the field and ate some wild apple beside the temples, the great sunset and if you go in fullmoon day, the...More
Must see places in Myanmar. Make sure to visit Bagan and its countless temples. It was lush green everywhere when we visited. Apparently it is very dry in March and April