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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).
If you plan to travel by land, its impossible to see the true breadth of Bagan’s 10,000 temples. Cover more top sights in less time on a 2-day tour that includes a sunrise balloon ride over Bagan and a cruise on the Irrawaddy River. This private tour allows you to leave the planning and logistics to someone else.
Culture, nature and eco adventure. Outdoor adventure such as Four-wheel drive, scenic journey, trekking to the mountains, tribal villages and hiking to Mt. Victoria is possible which is 10,300 feet above the sea level.
Seeing old oil fields and moving donkey, passing Central Myanmar dry zone areas, passing several villages and towns, tattooed face Chin ladies, misty mountains, being in touch with friendly Chin tribes and many locals, and one of the best place for photography tour.
Trekking to untouched trails, eating Chin local foods, support local communities by shopping their home made Chin fabrics and eating at local restaurants.
Swimming at Chi Creek, seeing Myhtun at some mountains, Chin villages houses, seeing people ways of life and visiting to Chin museums are so great too.
Sopping to Mindat local markets and sunset view at Taung Pu Lu temple is stunning.
Yaw village visit, farmers' life, and end the tour with 11th Century Hidden cave temple visit in Bagan.
Discovery Anyar Villages tour starts at around 8am from the hotel in Bagan. Visitor will discover several dry zone villages outside of Bagan. Everything is still in origin, calm, quiet and the atmosphere is filled with peace. Anyar villages by Four- wheel drive is doable the whole year round and it’s truly insightful to experience Anyar culture, traditions and seeing authentic ways of life of the people. Enjoy the stunning countryside, scenic ride, adventure Four-wheel drive, and see beautiful palm groves everywhere. People are living here by farming, making pottery, palm juice, palm sugar, black bean paste production and many other home-made stuffs. Myanmar unique Thanakha plantation, Burmese kids with unique traditional Myanmar hair knot can be seen on this tour. King Anawrahta and Shin Arahan lesser known stories will be heard as well as Bo Cho. This is absolutely experience-rich travel and great discovery day trip to remote Anyar villages. Sunset boat over Ayeyarwaddy and relax.
Horse cart ride is a wonderful way to see the beauty of Bagan. Our horse cart ride tour will start at 3pm in front of Ananda temple. To the meeting point is on your own arrangement. From Ananda temple, we will head to Shwesandaw pagoda to see the picturesque sunset view of Bagan. Proceed to Nandar restaurant for dinner and puppet show. You can enjoy the live performance of puppet show and taste the delicious foods of Myanmar cuisine.
Clients can learn our Culture, Local Life of Southern Chin State. Mount Victoria (Nat Ma Taung in Burmese, or Khonuamthung in the local Chin language) is the tallest mountain in the Chin State and third tallest in Myanmar. It is 3,053m (10,016 ft) above sea level.
See the UNESCO-listed temples of Bagan from two different perspectives during a private tour by vehicle and boat. You’ll escape the crowds on land and see the Irrawaddy River at its most majestic during an early-morning boat cruise before getting the inside scoop on ancient history as you tour the archeological site’s major temples.
Explore the archaeological sites of the ancient city by e-bike. This is not only a very sustainable way of traveling. You will also explore Bagan off the beaten track and discover many hidden temples and pagodas, where most of the tourists do not visit. Also, you are flexible enough to make as many photo stops as you like.
This half day tour discovering Bagan’s community will give you a great opportunity to pay a visit to many tourist destinations such as the Hgnet Pyit Taung Monastery. Joining in this amazing tour, you will explore the different Bagan – Bagan in community as well as know more about the peaceful daily activities of locals here.
Welcome to Bagan, known to be one the famous architectural sites in Myanmar.Bagan is center of Myanmar from the 11 th 13 th centuries built multitudes of massive stupa and pagodas.In Bagan period.Here you can touch lovely local of Bagan in an unparalleled way by E-bike.
Take a private tour of Bagan and discover its hidden gems and lost temples. Start with a sunrise over the monuments of Old Bagan, learn about the local handicrafts industry, admire the ancient temple murals from as far back as the 9th century, and much more. Enjoy a delicious breakfast and lunch at local restaurants and admire the sunset from the banks of the Irrawaddy River.
Head out on a full day of sightseeing in the archeological city of Bagan. See all of the city’s highlights such as the Shwezigon and Ananda pagodas, the Ananda Ok Kyaung monastery, and many temples designed in various architectural styles. Learn about the rich history of this ancient city from your informative guide and end the tour with a fantastic view of the setting sun.
Watch the sun rise over the many temples of Bagan on a premium hot air balloon flight. Enjoy hot and cold drinks before your flight, then board your hot air balloon and soak in the sight of the temples and local people below. When you return to the ground after a 45-minute flight, have a breakfast accompanied by sparkling wine before returning to your hotel.
Beside the temples, the famous archeological site of Bagan can be explored from a total different side exploring the countryside and the local life by cycling.Bagan surrounding offer many opportunities a day to experience a more authentic side of Bagan out of the tourist beaten paths; paths despite to be sandy at certain parts are generally flat and smooth offering no difficulties for a bike ride. One of the possibilities for a 5 hours cycling tour plus 3 hours Temples Visit to explore the countryside around Bagan along the water irrigation system to dispatch waters from the Irrawaddy in the countryside; in the very dry region, the system enables farms to grow cereals, rice, fruits, and peanuts all around year round. Traditional Burmese rural life looks like close up and meet the curious locals. This day trip travels along narrow lanes inaccessible to cars and buses – taking you well off the tourist trail.