While at Bagan, your day will start at the Shwezigon Pagoda, a prototype of the Burma style of stupas. Today is a true challenge for the senses! You may see the spectacular temples and pagodas that typify Myanmar, including remarkable artworks and monuments.
The local guide will provide you with the deep significance of the places you visit. All in all, you will be able to touch the ancient walls, step on the woods, appreciate the age-old texture of Myanmar and take in the unique aromas of local cooking wafting in the breeze.
In the afternoon, you will visit Ananda Temple, a masterpiece of Mon architecture with four standing Buddha statues, and an adjacent brick monastery with well-preserved murals.
Your next destination is Thatbyinnyu Temple, the tallest building in the complex, measuring 61m and Dhammayangyi Temple, the largest of all of Bagan. Here, let’s climb up one of the monuments to enjoy sunset above Bagan plain and Ayeyarwady River.
If you are interested in learning about local crafts, you may drop by the traditional manufacture of unique Bagan lacquer ware and watch a local artist doing sand painting.
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