1. Myanmar
  2. Mandalay Region
  3. Bagan

Beyond Bagan: Small Group Bike Tour with Lunch

Product ID: 76016
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Go beyond Bagan on a bike! Leave the city behind as you explore countryside villages. You’ll stop at stunning temples, see ancient sites, and explore a local market. Then finish it off with lunch at a local NGO that’s helping disadvantaged youths.
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Duration: 5 hours
Starting time 8:00 AM
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Experience

Highlights
  • Bike beyond the city to visit rural villages and meet with the locals who live there
  • Visit a wooden monastery that’s 150 years old
  • See spectacular temples, including a “golden cave” and the largest Buddhist temple in Bagan
  • Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant that’s also a training school for disadvantaged youths
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Meet your guide bright and early and pick up your bike and helmet for the ride – don’t worry, your guide will help you select the right size for you! You’ll get a quick lesson on safety, including proper practices and hand signals, as well as an overview of where you’ll be riding to. 

Start your adventure by exploring the village of Taungbe, which is a community of horse-drawn cart drivers.  Spend about half an hour biking around the village, and visit a small morning market where you will meet with a local family. They will share their story of local life in Myanmar before you go on to visit a 150-year-old wooden monastery that's in the village. 

From there, cycle for about 10 more minutes to reach Ananda Pahto, the most famous temple in Bagan thanks to its mural paintings and gorgeous ancient architecture. 

After another short ride, you will arrive at the spectacular Shwegugyi Paya. How spectacular is it? Well, its name translates to “Great Golden Cave,” so you're going to say it’s pretty spectacular. Keep the camera handy! 

Then, ride about another 20 minutes to reach the next village, Myingabar, which is famous for its bamboo products. From there, it’s a 15-minute ride past toddy palm trees to reach Dhammayangyi Pagoda – the largest Buddhist temple in Bagan. 

Feeling peckish from all that pedalling? Good! You’ll ride 30 minutes to Nyaung U for lunch at a local restaurant that is also a training school for disadvantaged youths. Dig into local delicacies that also help a good cause, before biking back to the starting point and bidding goodbye to your Bagan tour.
Includes
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Bike and helmet rental
  • Lunch
What’s Not Included
  • Additional food and drinks
  • Souvenirs and personal shopping
  • Entrance fees
  • Tips/gratuities for your guide

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Meeting point

In front of New Wave Guest House, Wet Kyi Inn, Naung Oo, Bagan.

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Important information
Know before you go
• Myanmar is a conservative country and you will be visiting temples, so please wear clothing that covers both your shoulders and knees. Wear comfortable shoes for cycling
• You will be in a small group with a maximum of 12 people
• Travelers under 12 years of age are not permitted to join this tour

From US$ 53 per person

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Product ID: 76016