Things to Do in Bagan

Are you ready to explore Bagan – the land of Asia’s most unique temple plain? There is no doubt that the importance of the historic site which was recognized as a significant cultural heritage of the world, along with Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Machu Pichu Sanctuary in Peru. We’re pleased to introduce you all the highlights and attractions in the ancient city in order to help you gain amazing experiences through your Bagan travel. Let’s our Bagan Travel Guide perfect your trip to this wonderful land with the top interesting things to do below.

Thatbyinnyu Temple – Soul of Buddhism in the Ancient Bagan

Among famous temples in Myanmar, Thatbyinnyu temple built by King Alaung Sithu in A.D 1144 is the tallest structure and a not-to-be-missed place to visit in Bagan. » Etymology of Thatbyinnyu Temple’s name ... Read more →

Ananda Temple – The Legendary White-Snow Temple in Bagan

Ananda temple is a long-lasting and large religious monument. It is also known as the finest, largest, best preserved and most revered temples of Bagan. In spite of having existed in a long history, the temple ... Read more →

Gubyaukgyi Temple – The Temple of Everlasting Ancientness

Gubyaukgyi Temple is a Myanmar buddhist temple which was built in 1113 by Kyanzittha’s son Rajakumar. Located just to the left of the road as you enter Myinkaba in Bagan, this Buddhist construction, one o ... Read more →

Htilominlo Temple – Where the Past Never Ends

Htilominlo Temple is one of sacred and most ancient Buddhist constructions in Myanmar which is located near the road between Nyaung U and Bagan. It is known as the last Myanmar-style temple built in Bagan. » Ht ... Read more →

Shwezigon Pagoda – The Most Sacred Pagoda in Bagan

The Shwezigon Pagoda in Bagan, which is located near Bagan in the plains at Nyaung U, is a pilgrimage centre. It is one of the most well-known temples of Bagan. According to scholars, the name of this pagoda is ... Read more →

9 things to do when travel to Bagan – shared by our local travel experts’ experiences

Bagan was once the capital of the most flourishing kingdom of Burma during  11-13th century, is the first place the warlords unified, integral Myanmar as today. More than 14,000 terracotta temples have collapse ... Read more →