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Bagan Temples

| Bagan Archaeological Zone, Bagan, Myanmar
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Private City Day Tour of Bagan
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An area of 42 sq km houses thousands of richly decorated pagodas & temples.
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| Bagan Archaeological Zone, Bagan, Myanmar
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The temples that have not been (poorly) restored are magnificent. The other ones are still definitely worth a visit. The only downside are souvenir sellers who are quite persistent. Highly recommend renting electric scooter for $5 and exploring the temples on your own. A bike...More

Thank Karolina M
Reviewed 1 week ago

I went to Bagan from Mandalay by boat. when I arrive to Bagan, I thought it is not possible to ride Electric Bike. Coz, most of my friend told me to take E-Bike and Explore in Bagan is such an amazing. But, next day early...More

Thank Thar P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Bagan UNESCO heritage site is a treasure trove of temples. Dating from 11th century the place is scattered with numerous ancient temples. Unfortunately many were damaged by the earthquake and restoration efforts are in progress. You can see really colourful ref sunsets and sunrise. Many...More

Thank CKE383
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Everywhere you see, you see temples in various stage of decay ir maintenance. Some large ones are restored in gold but other ones are left to crumble and grow vegetation

Thank vamsally
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The place is amazing there are 2700 temples and pagodas one just cannot get enough of them. It is so beautiful to just wander around I highly recommend to go off the beaten path and just wander amongst the temples

1  Thank lmourey
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Lost for words absolutley amazing temples pagodas and monistories ! Breathtaking views , photographers heaven !!! This place is still young for tourists , so must see ! Hire an ebike terrific way to discover a new world

1  Thank tanyaholt123
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

TIP: The one tip on the beginning. Foreigners have to pay the entrance fee for the pagan. If you came here and you luckily did not pay it and someone ask for it, just say you have it in your room, but you bough it...More

4  Thank Robko M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Right now several if not many of the major temples have scaffolding around the tops to repair or maintain them in part due to damage suffered from the earthquake. They are still magnificent but they just aren't in pristine shape in terms of taking those...More

1  Thank bmimura
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Such a lovely relaxing place! I visited Bagan just 2 days after the day earthquake occurred. Many temples were broken, some were closed, like the highest one. So, we came to another temple to chase for the sunset instead. Unfortunately, it was too cloudy during...More

Thank Mia_Gnad_332
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Too many temples to vivit. Too beautiful and unique everyone of them. Remember not to wear shoes or even socks.

1  Thank Geoffrey L
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Vera Y
hi, I wanna traveling to Bagan Temple and wanna try to take balloon flight. how I book and how much price should be I pay? thanks for your info :)
3 April 2017|
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Response from Grzegorz B | Reviewed this property |
Where ever you stay around Old Bagan there are lots of local tour operators where you can book baloon flight. But I am not sure if the flights are available after 1st April. Price is ca 330$pp
Is a visa needed in myanmar? I am planning a september trip to bagan myanmar for my birthday. Just had my indonesia, singapore & malaysia trip last month & all i showed was my philippine passport & valid ID's.
12 March 2017|
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Response from hoshibara | Reviewed this property |
Because of Philippines passport holder, you have 14 days visa free to visit Myanmar. September is also good time to visit Bagan neither too hot nor cold. And also you can get cheap price for hotel rooms.
Can anyone help me with a 3 days tour in Bagan and its neighboring cities. And can anyone suggest a good, reliable and not too expensive tour agency. Thank you!,,
16 February 2017|
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Response from Bluey33 | Reviewed this property |
Everything you will want to see is pretty much in a 25 Km radius most Hotels can book tours but be careful because some companies can charge far more than necessary. We just hired electric scooters from our Hotel got a free... More