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Bagan is the most extraordinary sight in Myanmar dotted with thousand of 800-year old Pagodas and Temples spread all over the place stretching along the Ayeyarwady River. Some of them with beautiful mural paintings.
The archaeological zone is situated in Old Bagan, which sits on the eastern bank of a deep bend of the Ayeyarwaddy River. The villages of Myinkaba, Bagan Myothit and Thiripyitsaya are known from the tourists as part of Bagan.

Sightseeing

Day 1

  • Shwezigon Pagoda
  • Hti-lo-min-lo Temple
  • U Pali Thein
  • Ah lo taw pyi Pagoda
  • Ananda Temple
  • Ananda Okkyaung
  • Thatbyinnyu Temple
  • Maha Bodi Temple
  • Bupaya
  • Gawdawpalin Temple
  • Manuha Paya
  • Nanpaya
  • Sunset at Shwe San Daw Pagoda

Day 2

  • Tayoke Pye Pagoda
  • Paya Thonezzu
  • Thambula Pahto
  • Nandamyamnya
  • Dhamayazika Pagoda
  • Dhamayangyi Temple
  • Sulamani Temple
  • Ywahowgyi
  • Boat on the Ayeyarwaddy River for Sunset

Day 3

  • Bagan to Salay (old bouddhist site).(Day return)

Last Updated (Wednesday, 20 April 2011 18:31)

 
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