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Horse Cart 144

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Bagan, Myanmar
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Horse Cart 144 and the driver U Kyaw Tun in Bagan shows a good example that everyone can do something for the future. 10% of the income goes to the school in Taungbi Village and support students for the future of Burma. The driver U Kyaw Tun is your local helper with everything from food to tickets, he speaks good English and he can also introduce you to the monks at Jotiparla Welfare Monastery where he supports a welfare school. Also, you can ask U Kyaw Tun to arrange Family Cooking Experience at Jotiparla Welfare Monastery, so you can learn how to cook and experience real local food.
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Dee Chen wrote a review Nov 2019
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We have 2 horse carts to slow down our pace and have good tour around the villages. It allowed us to get close and understand their lifestyle. Kyaw Tun was a good horse cart rider filling us information at each corner that we passed by. He got off at some monuments to narrate and some for us to roam ourselves. He is very professional manoeuvre around especially our ride clashed with the public holiday peak season. Overall, it was a very relaxing and insightful ride.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Cherry Tung C wrote a review Sep 2019
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Kyaw tun is a good tour guide leader. We book full day with sunrise and sunset sightseeing. He is a hamble and polite guy. Through his good explanation we know more about the bagan history. he is also a passionate guide during our whole trip.we are very appreciated and thank you for his profession.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Francis Martino wrote a review Mar 2019
Hirtshals, Denmark1706 contributions322 helpful votes
We usually take a horse cart when we visited to Bagan.Group Tours or individual trip can be taken it for half day or The Whole Day and cost will be depending on the situation and location.When we visited in first time ,it was 15000MMK per half day trip and we had visited more than 8-12 famous places and waiting for us after sunset View at the point,then returned back to hotel .He is very smart,kind,take a safety route ,helping us and polite man .It is very exciting while we were in Bagan.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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FabianKi wrote a review Mar 2019
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We took a 4h sunset tour with Kywa Tun. It was one of our best experiences in Bagan. Tour: Mr Tun showed us the villages around Old Bagan as well as a numer of pagodas (maybe 10), some of which we had seen (in this case he pointed out hidden features) and many small pagodas, which were interesting and/or beautiful. Desipte two days on ebikes, we would not have found these gems. Mr Tun: Mr Tun speaks very good english and is very knowlegable. He shared many stories about Bagan and about Myanmar as well as personal stories about himself and his family. Overall, a very unique and great experience.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Norman M wrote a review Mar 2019
Singapore, Singapore8 contributions
We enjoyed our full day tour with Kyaw Tun on his horse cart. He is a very knowledgeable guide and speaks good English. You can ask hit anything about Bagan culture and history and he will be able to answer almost every question.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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