Enjoy exploring the amazing sights of Bagan with an experienced, licensed guide who knows the best locations for sunset, sunrise, avoiding the crowds and maximising your time in Bagan.
Bagan Sightseeing Tour by Private Guide and Car
The sunrise/sunset of Bagan is really beautiful, especially the high pagodas in Bagan, watching the sunset on the pagoda, the indescribable artistic conception that you cant understand elsewhere. But since 2018, in order to protect the monuments and some other reasons, Bagan has banned the climbing of the stupa, and watching the sunset is almost a luxury. But in Bagan, there are only two places where you can watch the sunset, and one place is the observation tower, which has its advantages and disadvantages.
Walk to the watchtower, you can enjoy 360-degree views of the vast and beautiful scenery of the Bagan Plain, which is the best place to enjoy Bagan by hot air balloon. Although the tower is far away from other temple towers and cannot clearly see the details of each tower, it is the best place to see the panorama at the highest point. If you look at the sunset on the watchtower and compare it to "everyone shows goodbye", then watching the sunset on the hillside is a well-deserved "small home jasper". Although standing tall and looking far, I still prefer the hillside, even if it is just a lake. The small earthen bag on the side is a bit short, but after all, it can really see the many temple towers nearby. It is a special ground-watching sunset.
"Myanmar, I have the look I like"
Before I went to Myanmar, I was very fond of it and always felt that it would be very different. Sitting at the top of a tall stupa to watch the sunrise and sunset, it should be a very serene and historical scene. I saw a photo a few years ago. In the morning mist, thousands of stupas are scattered all over the plain; that feeling is like crossing time and space, which makes me shocked. After
went, I liked it:
Take a carriage and walk in the gap between the sorghum corn fields, see the Guta ancient temple slowly sliding across the road;
early morning Smudge up to the heights, quietly waiting for the excitement of the sunrise;
close to the sunset, quietly sitting at the top of the ancient pagoda, watching the sun slide a little down the edge of the distant mountain;
riding a bicycle down the road, enjoying the oncoming cool breeze, happy screaming;
no special purpose, just find an interesting stupa to go, Then found the good material;
I like the white "Shen Niu" in Myanmar, I think their appearance is really sacred!
I still fell in love with the feeling of walking barefoot,
although the small gravel is very tied, the noon stone is very hot, there are pigeon mouse feces...
but for a long time After that, I will feel free and happy.
I also appreciate the Burmese piousness to the Buddha, the friendliness of the Burmese people, and the relatively simple folk customs.
Going to a new place, always try local clothing or food. I have come to Southeast Asia many times. I have been to many countries in Shali, but I have been in a hurry. I have not tried this kind of clothing, this time. I have time to buy organic, I bought a set of Shali to wear, a lot of Shali improved version is easy to wear, but I still chose the most original Shali, no buttons are all wrapped by hand, put on a little hot I really admire how the locals are still wearing Shali in the hot days. The costumes look very good and have local characteristics. I recommend the little fairy daughters to try.