Bagan is one of the world’s three major Buddhist sites, a candidate to inscription into the UNESCO World Heritage list and one of the main symbols of the country, often called “The Heart of Myanmar”. Once the capital of the legendary Pagan Kingdom, Bagan concentrates more than 2000 stupas and temples
dated back as early as the 9th century. Thousands of people visit the city every year to admire its extraordinary beauty.
You will start your day with the visit of Shwezigon pagoda, built as an important reliquary shrine in Bagan, and will continue to the unique Ananda temple, those look combines features of both traditional Indian and ancient Mon styles and which houses four huge Standing Buddha images oriented strictly to the four cardinal points. You will also make a stop in Anauk Pwa Saw village where you will learn about traditional cotton weaving, and Minanthu village, one of the few remaining centers of the traditional peanut oil production.
In the afternoon you will continue to explore the mysterious Bagan visiting, among others, the biggest city's temple Dhammayangyi, and you will enjoy an incredible sunset view over Bagan from one of the scenic spots of the town.
Free evening and overnight in Bagan.
Bagan, 1 night