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Bagan Temples

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An area of 42 sq km houses thousands of richly decorated pagodas & temples.
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Reviewed August 27, 2018

Yes, this is the main reason that I decided to visit Myanmar. We spent 2 nights here and loved every minutes of it. Still amazed by the structures and its hugeness. Temples and pagodas of different ages and sizes. Beautiful sunset spot. Explored by both...More

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Reviewed August 24, 2018 via mobile

We spent two magical days here and it completely blew us away. I had a sense it would be special but to be so completely surrounded by stupas and temples of every size was somewhat mind-blowing. I rate Bagan alongside the Angkor Wat area and...More

Thank Simon B
Reviewed August 20, 2018 via mobile

Spread out across the Bagan plains these 2200+ temples and pagodas range in size from small to huge. Some are just by the main roads and some are well off the beaten path. Do yourself a favour and don’t get a guide or go in...More

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Reviewed August 19, 2018

Amazing to imagine the age of these Temples simply breathtaking. Loved every moment we took a bike ride around the temples this was a great way to get around.

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Reviewed August 18, 2018 via mobile

We found a wonderful young guide named Hi Than Than Than (Matthew!) who accompanied us through the temples and village with his beautiful horse and cart. Although we hired scooters most days in Bagan, this was a much more relaxing way to see the area,...More

1  Thank gilliandonoghue
Reviewed August 18, 2018 via mobile

The most fascinating sences that I have ever seen. The weather is not too hot in this month. The fresh air makes you feel better. Let's escape from our crowded and nightmare cities. Ancient City of Myanmar

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Reviewed August 18, 2018 via mobile

I travelled on raning season here, took part to full day of local tour, by both car and e-bike, i visited almost of temple and pagoda in Bagan, it looks little bit style of Cham and Cambodia temples....it's best to sit on sky floor near...More

1  Thank Louis-LVP
Reviewed August 16, 2018 via mobile

Another must visit place if you’re in Myanmar. Temples and pagodas of all different ages and sizes. So much to see best to pace yourself over a few days. Beautiful sunset tour best accessed by horse and cart. Good food to be found just off...More

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Reviewed August 15, 2018

I went to Bagan in July 2018. Actually, July is the rainy season in Myanmar with the heavy rain in other destinations like Yangon, Mandalay, Inle and etc. But in Bagan, there was no rain when I was there for 3 days. E-bike was my...More

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Reviewed August 13, 2018

Generally people spend three days here. We found out that this is just not enough to explore this amazing and unique area in this world. Maybe a week is even not enough.

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Anantalia W
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Response from 1953AsiaTraveller | Reviewed this property |
The Shwe San Daw is the most famous Pagoda. Therefore it is crowded. Sundowns can be watched at other Pagodas too. Balloon flights start after the rainy season. Check their website for details.
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Response from SubhadeepD42 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, With your 5 year son, it will be tricky as it is a bot dusty on the roads. So preferably a private car of Tuk-tuk is best and cost effective as well. On the other hand if you really want to go for the bike, I think it is... More
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Response from GillesFlores | Reviewed this property |
From the Philippines you have to fly to Yangon first than to Nyaung U Airport which is 10km from Old Bagan.
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