Explore Bagan’s famous landscape of temples on a private day tour with comfortable transportation to take you to some of the area’s most magnificent sites. Home to thousands of pagodas and stupas, Bagan can be overwhelming to visit, but with a private guide, you can make sure you see the most important structures.
Indein is a small village near Inle Lake, known for its two groups of ancient pagodas. Travel from Inle Lake to Indein for a full day adventure exploring stupa ruins and off-the-beaten-path pagodas. A tour highlight is a visit to a traditional weaving workshop. This is the prefect tour for someone looking to experience a deeper look into Myanmar’s culture and history.
Experience the drive through the countryside and explore the most famous place for spirit-religion in Myanmar, Mount Popa, privately. Tour includes a good air-con car, an experienced English speaking tour guide, water and towel.
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An insight in the solitary lifestyle of Buddhist monks in Bagan – this exclusive view into their routines, hardly shown to the outside world has now become accessible for outsiders. Our afternoon encounter with the secretive lives of Burmese faithful.
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In this trip, you will be able to explore a monastery called "Salay Yoke SoneKyaung" which is rich in ancient architect [close on every Monday and public holidays]
Mount Popa, an extinct volcano, 45km away from Bagan and is regarded as the birthplace of “Nats” (the spirits of Myanmar).
At the top will offer incredible 360-degree views of the surrounding plains.
Experience the daily life of residents at Chauk Market
Take a day trip from Bagan to Salay and Popa
Join local pilgrims on a climb up to Mount Popa’sNat shrine; witness the production of traditional toddy palm wine
Visit Salay Yoke SoneKyaung
Soar over thousands of temples on a hot air balloon ride in Bagan that includes private hotel transfers. Sip a hot drink as you watch the crew inflate the balloon, enjoy sweeping aerial views of the Bagan plains, then touch back down for sparkling wine, fruit, and pastries. A private transfer means you won’t have to wake up early and waste time driving around—you’ll go straight to the launch site.
- Private tour to Mount Popa from Bagan
- Lead by a local licensed tour guide
- Pickup and drop-off at hotels in Bagan
- Enjoy views of Mount Popa, a volcano and pilgrimage site
- We will watch the life of rural area on the way in such as producing palm sweets and how to producing peanut oil.
- We may stop several places for taking photos and knowing the countryside
See the sights of Bagan on a day by private car . Bagan's archaeological zone of ancient temples is large and can be overwhelming for visit time vistor, instead enjoy exploring with aguide who can show you the some significantl atrracaction here.
- Visit Shwezigone Pagoda, Ananda Temple, Sulamani Temple , Dhammayangyi Temple and That Pyin Nyu Temple
- Lunch at the best local burmese restaurant
- Experienced and knowledgeable local guide
Visit Mount Popa and Salay on this full-day tour from Bagan. Learn about the history and culture of the Ayeyarwaddy River (or Irrawaddy) area as you visit Yokesone Monastery, the heritage museum of a Salay writer from the 1800s, and the Popa Taungkalat Shrine. Lunch and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Take a private day tour through Bagan for a cultural experience with a private guide, who introduces you to some of the must-see temples and pagodas in the Bagan Archaeological Zone. You'll have the chance to admire the architecture and learn about the Buddhist significance of sites such as Shwezigon Pagoda, Ananda Temple, Wetgyinn Gubyaukgyi Temple, Manuha Temple, and Nanphya Temple. Plus, get a glimpse of local life with a visit to a market.
Explore Bagan from several different perspectives on a private full-day tour that includes sightseeing by horse cart and boat. You’ll visit glittering temples and pagodas, and also stop into a local food market where you can observe daily life in action. Top off your day with a horse-cart ride to a traditional village, then watch the sun set over the Irawaddy River on a sunset cruise in a small wooden boat.
Free hotel pick up and drop off
Tour of some of Bagan's finest & most impressive temples
Impressive ancient propotype at the graceful Shwezigon Pagoda
Largest and most well-regarded temple in Bagan—Ananda Pahto
Painted depiction of Buddha's past life at Gubyaukhyi Temple
Myanmar's finest lacquerware craft observed in local shop
Looks at Bagan's most architecturally astonishing temples
Chance to learn about Bagan's culture & visit local villages
Generations old techniques performed by local craftsmen
Unique cave temple carved into the side of a massive cliff
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Visit the sacred Buddhist temple atop Mount Popa on a half-day trip from Bagan to a volcano that’s believed to be home to Myanmar’s 37 nat, or spirits. You’ll travel through the countryside to the foot of the peak, then climb 777 steps to a gilded shrine, with time to visit the Mother Spirit of Popa Nat Shrine and a local palm plantation. This half-day excursion from Bagan to Mount Popa includes pickup and drop-off at your hotel, entrance fees, and all transport.
Mt. Popa, One of the National Park in central Myanmar.
Southwest of Mount Popa is Taung Kalat (pedestal hill), a sheer-sided volcanic plug, which rises 657 metres (2,156 ft) above the sea level. A Buddhist monastery is located at the summit of Taung Kalat. At one time, the Buddhist hermit U Khandi maintained the stairway of 777 steps to the summit of Taung Kalat.The Taung Kalat pedestal hill is sometimes itself called Mount Popa and given that Mount Popa is the name of the actual volcano that caused the creation of the volcanic plug, to avoid confusion, the volcano (with its crater blown open on one side) is generally called Taung Ma-gyi (mother hill).
Cruise between Mandalay and Bagan on a river trip that’s a scenic alternative to booking a flight or bus ticket. Instead of long hours on the road, you’ll sip tea and enjoy views of the Ayeyarwady River from a shaded cabin or open sundeck. Included breakfast, buffet lunch, and a cultural demonstration turn the journey into a day of exploring—there’s even a village tour on the downstream trip.
Bagan is one of Myanmar’s most visited attractions, but few visitors get to explore off the tourist trail. This 6-hour tour is run in partnership with ActionAid Myanmar and offers a glimpse of local life as you visit a traditional Thanakha market, experience everyday life in Kyunkalay village, enjoy lunch with a local family, and ride an ox-driven cart.
Visit an important site for Myanmar’s nat worshippers on a full-day, private trip from Bagan to Mount Popa, a volcano that’s believed to be home to the country’s 37 nats, or spirits. With a private guide to lead the way, you’ll learn the significance behind each shrine and statue you see, climbing 777 steps to Mount Popa’s hilltop monastery. Earn sweeping views across the surrounding landscape when you reach the top, where you’ll find a gorgeous golden temple that’s high above the Myingyan Plain.
Popa Mountain National Park . Mt. Popa is an extinct volcano which is called the Abode of Nats ( Spirits).Because of its green environment, it’s said to be Oasis of Dry zone. On top of the mountain, there are monasteries, Pagodas, Shrines in different styles. There you will see and feel the mixture of Buddhism and regional faiths. Study Toddy Farmers’ life such as collecting toddy wine and have a taste a bit, making molasses and making hand-made oil. Yoke-Sone Monastery is decorated with wood-carvings depicting scenes for moral Lessons.
Bagan is internationally famous for its collection of more than 2,000 religious monuments dotted across an expansive dusty plain backing onto the Ayeyarwady River. It is a memorable place to visit and E-bikes are probably the best way to reach the smallest temples is to hop on an electric scooter and enjoy the freedom of visiting them all, even the remotest. The electric scooter, a battery-powered scooter that is quiet and non-polluting, weaves easily around the temple and on the narrow dirt tracks.
- A different & unique way to visit Bagan
- Freedom to explore any temples and reach remote area that are not accessible by car
- Less tiring than the bike with the same feeling of freedom
- Knowledgeable and enthusiastic tour guide
- Spending time among the thousands of temples of Bagan and enjoying sunset with panoramic views
Biking Irrawaddy’s western banks from Bagan and a new world opens up. Void of any western influences, Tantkyi and its temple on the hill do not only offer stunning views over the region – its religious importance is best observed when cycling with us.