5Days 4 Nights
0.22 metric tons
Travel Medical Insurance
pagoda & Park Entrance Ticket
Tour Code – YST 00020
Meet with the TMTM guide and driver at the hotel, or at the airport at 8:00 am. Bagan Temples stands as the remains of an ancient capital of the Kingdom of Pagan that reached its height between the 11th and 13th centuries. Spreading over 42 sq km (26 sq mi), the archeological zone features ruins of more than 2,200 richly ornamented Buddhist temples, monasteries, and pagodas.
The beauty of the temples and pagodas is dazzling, and perhaps the most impressive and inspiring monuments are Thatbinnyu, constructed by King Alaung Sithu and Ananda Temple with four huge standing Buddha images and numerous seated figures in niches around the galleried interior.
We enjoy local lunch at one of the small local restaurants and then return to the hotel for a short rest and escape the extreme heat of the midday sun.
Later in the evening explore to Gawdawpalin, Dhammayangi temples and the Shwezigon Pagoda, built by King Anawrahta in the early 11th century. Take a relaxing horse cart ride through the temple area, and continue to view from the tower is great especially at sunset.
Dinner at Nandar Restaurant and Puppet Show.
Overnight at the hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. After breakfast we will firstly go to Tu Yin Taung, a hilltop stupa in the eastern part of the main Archeological Park. While approaching the temple, be greeted by 500 monk statues lining the road. Continue to visit lacquer workshop to learn about the fascinating technique of this art. Then, sightseeing to Manuha Temple, built in Mon Style in 1095, Nanbaya Temple, a unique sandstone monument, said to have been the palace of King Manuha. Afterwards, we head to Myinkaba Village and visit Gubyaukgyi Temple, noted for its ancient mural paintings under the protection of UNESCO .
After lunch, enjoy your day.
We enjoy dinner at Sunset Garden, located on the bank of Ayeyarwady River which gives us a great view of the river and an unforgettable sunset.
Overnight at hotel.
The journey starts with Mount Popa, an extinct volcano. Rising out of the shimmering heat, Mt. Popa is home to Myanmar's most powerful "Nats". Visit the Nat Museum with its life-sized statues of the 37 Nat Gods. Walk up the steps to the Stupas and shrines that top the hill above the museum, seeing many pilgrims along the way. Lunch will be served at the Poppa Mountain Resort Resturant and take a breath in the changing scenery from the peak of Mount-Poppa areas.
The way by the roadside can see the locals climbing up the palm tree and making jiggery.
Continue to transfer to Bagan.
Overnight at Bagan.
You’ll have free time on your last day in Bagan to relax at your hotel or explore the town at your leisure . Afterwards, you’ll be driven back to Bagan airport for your onward departure flight .
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