The mighty Ayeyarwaddy river which is the longest river and the most important river in Myanmar .So I love Ayeyarwaddy.
About Ayeyarwaddy River
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Although quite long (10 hours) requiring a very early start (5AM) a wonderful, relaxing day with stunning sunrise, some nice viewpoints. Arriving near to Mandalay is full of great vistas with temples, stupas in the distance, bridges in close view and a different way to...More
The first time we just went from Mandalay to Mingun (45 minutes) and days later we did the boattrip from Mandalay to Bagan, actually to Nuyaung U, which is near Bagan. We just enjoyed neing on the river, seeing villages, people fish, wash, transporting Teakwood,...More
Spent a week on a Pandaw cruising sedately down the river visiting various villages, temples and other historic sites. Experienced end of Buddhist equivalent of lent with burning promises floating down stream which was very atmospheric. Weather was good but one huge storm at night....More
I did 2 tours on this mighty river. One for sunset in Bagan and another one from Mandalay to the Mingun village. It is quite interesting to see the life at the river and the be on a boat there. The river itself is quite...More
the wide river with many dakly activities of local people along the river bank is normally seen. During winter on October to March, there is cruise along the river from Mandalay to Bagan/ vice versa.it takes 15_17 hours along this trip up/ downstream. if you...More
I took a boat ride along the Ayeyarwaddy river from Mandalay to Mingun and back. A good way to enjoy the breeze and looking at life along the riverbank. I would suggest taking a boat then driving to Mingun.