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Discover the colourful local market of Nyaung U where you can see fresh vegetables, fish, meat, all sort of beans, household and kitchen wares. Next stop will visit Htilominlo Temple; it is one of the largest temples of Bagan; and is noted for its fine plaster carvings. There are the remains of fine murals on the interior walls. Sulamani Temple; it is one of Bagan's premier temple attractions. Important features of the Sulamani include its fine brickwork and use of stone in both load-bearing areas as well as on vulnerable external corner elements. The interior was once painted with fine frescoes but only dim traces can be seen today. Dhammayangyi Temple; it is Bagan's most massive shrine. The temple remains one of the most unique and intriguing constructs on the Bagan plain. After lunch at local restaurant, you will continue to visit Bagan Archaeological Museum; it has a collection of more than 2000 items including Buddha statues, stucco pieces, terra-cotta cups and pots. Then we will proceed to Tharaba Gateway; The ruins of the main gate on the east wall are all that remain of the old 9th century city. The gate is guarded by brother and sister angels, finding brother on the left, and the sister on the right. Shinbinthalyaung; The temple itself is not very distinguished, but it houses the Buddha in Bagan. The Buddha is in the position of Parinibbana, the Deceased, lying on his right side, his cheek resting on his right hand. End the trip at Shwesandaw Pagoda before returning to the hotel; the pagoda bell rises from two octagonal bases, which top the five square terraces. The upper terrace of Shwesandaw Pagoda has become a popular sunset-viewing spot. The horse carriage will be waiting for you in front of Shwesandaw Pagoda to drive back to your hotel during sunset.

We will drive on the road following the banks of the Irrawaddy River and pass through Myanmar¿s oil capital of Chau to Salay; it is an ancient town rich in Myanmar culture. You will visit Yoke Sone Monastery; the whole building is built of wood and is a fine example of monastic architecture of the late Konbaung Period. The main attraction of the monastery is the decorative wooden panels made by the master carvers of the period whose meticulous workmanship is in many ways superior to those of later periods. Continue the trip by road for 1, 5 hour to Mount Popa; an extinct volcano that is estimated to have erupted for the final time, over three hundred and twenty thousand years ago. The main mountain originally had a circular crater, but the whole of the north-western side was blown away, probably by the final paroxysmal outburst, which suggests that the last eruption must have projected its discharge inclined to the sides of the volcano in that direction. The present mountain is, therefore shaped like a horse-shoe, and it is possible to walk into the crater through the breach in the northern wall''. You will return to Bagan in the late afternoon.

The sightseeing highlights include visits to more of Bagan’s impressive pagodas such as Nagayon, an elegant and well preserved temple containing many Buddhas, Nanpaya, was built about 13th century, has one of the best sand stone carving at Bagan, Gubaukgyi, in the old Bagan village of Myinkaba, it has very nice wall painting from 1113 AD and those painting have been preserved by Unesco.

Enjoy your city tour including a visit to Ananda Temple; it is the finest largest and best preserved of all the Bagan temples. The temple is said to represent the endless wisdom of the Buddha.
Next stop will visit That Byin Nyu Temple; it is Bagan’s tallest temple at almost 200 ft. In a monastery compound slightly southwest of the temple there are stone supports which one held the temple's huge bronze bell. Northeast of the temple stands a small Tally Pagoda this was built of one brick per 10,000 bricks used in the main temple.
Then we will continue to visit Shwegugyi Temple; it is a large single story temple set on a large and tall (c. 13 feet) platform. There are three square receding upper terraces with corner spires or stupas at each corner on top of the central block.
Last stop will visit Bupaya Pagoda; it is situated right on the river bank of the Ayeyarwady. The shape is extraordinary being in the shape of a gourd. The Bupaya is set on a polygonal platform made up of a series of crenulated semi-circular terraces overlooking the river; it has long served as a conspicuous landmark for river travelers.

Dress Code: For religious reason, the modest and decent dress is required such as wearing to cover your knees. Shoes must be removed before entering the Pagoda since most religious grounds not allow wearing shoes, sandal, thong or flip-flop and socks. Hats and sunglasses will be useful for tropical zone in Bagan.

Enjoy your city tour including Bagan Archaeological Museum; it has a collection of more than 2000 items including Buddha statues, stucco pieces, terra-cotta cups and pots. Then we will proceed to Tharaba Gateway; The ruins of the main gate on the east wall are all that remain of the old 9th century city. The gate is guarded by brother and sister angels, finding brother in the left, and the sister in the right. Shinbinthalyaung; The temple itself is not very distinguished, but it houses the Buddha in Bagan. The Buddha is in the position of Parinibbana, the Decease, lying on his right side, his cheek resting on his right hand. End the trip at Shwesandaw Pagoda before returning to the hotel; the pagoda bell rises from two octagonal bases, which top the five square terraces. The upper terrace of Shwesandaw Pagoda has become a popular sunset-viewing spot.

Dress Code: For religious reason, the modest and decent dress is required such as wearing to cover your knees. Shoes must be removed before entering the Pagoda since most religious grounds not allow wearing shoes, sandal, thong or flip-flop and socks. Hats and sunglasses will be useful for tropical zone in Bagan.

Enjoy your city tour including Htilominlo Temple; it is one of the largest temples of Bagan; and is noted for its fine plaster carvings. There are the remains of fine murals on the interior walls. Sulamani Temple; it is one of Bagan's premier temple attractions. Important features of the Sulamani include its fine brickwork and use of stone in both load-bearing areas as well as on vulnerable external corner elements. The interior was once painted with fine frescoes but only dim traces can be seen today. Dhammayangyi Temple; it is Bagan’s most massive shrine. The temple remains one of the most unique and intriguing constructs on the Bagan plain. Return to the hotel and on the way we will stop to visit Tayoke Pyay Temple where it is the best view point to see a panoramic view of Bagan.

Dress Code: For religious reason, the modest and decent dress is required such as wearing to cover your knees. Shoes must be removed before entering the Pagoda since most religious grounds not allow wearing shoes, sandal, thong or flip-flop and socks. Hats and sunglasses will be useful for tropical zone in Bagan.

Enjoy your city tour to visit Shwezigon Pagoda; it was completed with stone slabs hewn from the Tonwataung Pagoda which were three htwa long and one htwa wide. Htilominlo Temple; It is a large three story red brick (with some stone) temple on a low platform. Last stop will be at Gubyaukgyi Temple (Wetkyi-in); a 13th century temple that is noted for its wall paintings, depicting scenes from the previous lives of the Buddha. The ceiling of this temple is full of wall paintings and the halls have enough lights to view these clearly. There is a Buddha Image in the first hallway and with the marvelous paintings of the Man-Nat at the back of the image. Dress Code: For religious reason, the modest and decent dress is required such as wearing to cover your knees. Shoes must be removed before entering the Pagoda since most of religious grounds not allow wearing shoes, sandal, thong or flip-flop and socks. Hats and sunglasses will be useful for tropical zone in Bagan.

Discover the colourful local market of Nyaung U where you can see fresh vegetables, fish, meat, all sort of beans, household and kitchen wares. Having a short work to Nyaung-Oo Jetty Road to board the car and continue to visit the famous lacquer ware village of Myinkaba. Then you will visit Golden Cuckoo which has been producing the finest quality wares for decades and exquisite works can be seen in the showroom round the back.

Today we take you on a deeper trip into the ways of life in Bagan. Departing from the hotel, you will visit colorful Nyaung U market to observe the daily local activities. Embark on a scenic driver to ShweHlaing village. Upon arrival, walk around the village and meet with the friendly local people. After exploring the village head to Toddy Climber's hut or observe traditional brewery methods. Enjoy lunch with the local people under shade of Toddy Palm trees before transfering back to Bagan.

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Bagan was a royal capital from 11th to 13th Century. Theravada Buddhism flourished during this time and it is said that more than 4000 religious monuments were built. Today, about 2000 pagodas are still standing. Beside the architectural richness of the area, the intricate decorative stuccos and murals found on these stunning buildings are works of art in themselves. In this half day tour, you will see the most important pagodas of Bagan and will learn about the difference between the Stupas and Temples of the region. We will visit four famous pagoda of Bagan: Shwezigon Pagoda, the most powerful temple, Thatbyinnyu Temple, the highest white stucco building, Ananda Temple, the richest Myanmar culture, Dhamayangyi Temple, most massive temple. Transfer back to your hotel.

desde 46,2 €

Witness Bagan in the most memorable way by hot air balloon! The tour offers flights either at sunrise or just before sunset, both offering favorable lights for photographers and a serene experience. Witness the magnificence of this archeological site from the sky. Cap off this amazing Myanmar tour experience with a glass of celebratory champagne after your flight.

If you wish to truly experience authentic rural Myanmar, then our local color trip is the best choice. The trip explores the town of Nyaung U and neighboring villages where you will learn about their traditional livelihoods. Learn about the interesting process of creating " Poneyay" (pea powder paste) and see how local plum jam is made and packed. In addition, visit jam is made and packed. In addition, visit workshops of two of the region's best known products: handmade lacquer ware and wooden handicrafts. Visit rural villages and observe how wheelwrights make the traditional bullock carts, still used by farmers and locals throughout the country.

desde 46,2 €

Traveling by a royal horse cart is a relaxing and elegant way to enjoy the temples of Bagan. This half-day trip explores the best of Bagan's temples,starting from Min Oh Chantha Pagoda and proceeds to Dhammayangyi Temple, Sulamuni Temple, finishing at Pyat Thadar Temple where you can enjoy the magnificent sunset over Bagan.

desde 63,4 €

A curiously cylindrical hill rising sharply from the surrounding plain, Mount Popa is considered to be the home of Myanmar s most important nats (spirits). Visitors ascend up a winding covered staircase encircling the mountain, observed by the curious monkeys that populate the area. At the top is a monastery and temple complex, with shrines to the 37 nats to visit and a spectacular view over the region.

desde 33,31 €

Bagan is a spectacular plain stretching away from the Ayeyarwaddy River, dotted with thousands of 800-year old temple ruins. Although human habitation at Bagan dates back almost to the beginning of the Christian era, Bagan only entered its golden period with the conquest of Thaton in 1057 AD.

A selection of these temples will be visited among others: ANANDA PAHTO: one of the finest, largest, best preserved and most revered of the Bagan temples. Thought to have been built around 1105 by King Kyanzittha, this perfectly proportioned temple heralds the stylistic end of the Early Bagan period and the beginning of the Middle period. SHWEGUGYI: built by Alaungsithu in 1311, this smaller but elegant pahto is an example of the Middle period, a transition in architectural style from the dark and cloistered to the airy and light.

THATBYINNYU PAHTO: this 'Omniscient' temple is one of the tallest in Bagan, rising to 61m and built by Alaungsithu around the mid-12th century.

PITAKA TAIK: following the sacking of Thaton, King Anawrahta carted off some 30 elephant-loads of Buddhist scriptures and built this library to house them in 1058.

NATHLAUNG KYAUNG: Bagan's only Hindu Vaishnavite temple probably built in the 10th century to serve Bagan's Indian community of merchants and craftsmen.

PAHTOTHAMYA: probably built during the reign of Kyanzittha (1084-1113), although it is popularly held to be one of the five temples built by the non-historical King Taunghthugyi (931-964).

GAWDAWPALIN PAHTO: one of the largest and most imposing of the Bagan temples, it was mostly built during the reign of King Narapatisithu but was finished by his son, King Htilominlo.

BUPAYA: right on the bank of the Ayeyarwady, this cylindrical Pyu-style stupa is said to be the oldest in Bagan. The distinctively shaped bulbous stupa stands above rows of crenellated terraces.

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