Traveling around Bagan by bike for a full day, you'll have a chance to enjoy the fascinating views beside the road, admire the wonderful architecture of the temples and understand more about the traditional job of a lacquer in a Bagan workshop.
What to Expect
Your amazing cycling tour will begin with a visit to a morning market where you can get insights into true Bagan living.
Continue to discover architectural masterpieces by visiting a typical selection of temples and pagodas including the Shwezigon Pagoda; the most sacred and important religious architecture, the Anada Temple featuring magnificent Buddhism artworks, and Htilominlo Pagoda, noted for its gorgeous mural paintings and carvings dating back thousands of years.
Your afternoon exploration will begin after a short break for lunch. The first stop will be a Lacquer ware workshop where a wide collection of beautiful Lacquer ware can be found with different kinds. Visiting the workshop is a great chance to learn more about the traditional work and how it has been handed from generation to generation.
Continue your trail on your lovely bike to visit the reclining Buddha of the Manuha Pagoda -noted for its exceptional examples of Buddha statues. Your journey will end with a visit to one of the highest pagodas in Bagan; the Shwesandaw Pagoda where you can immerse yourself in the fantastic views of nearby temples and over Bagan at sunset.
- Mountain bike rental
- English speaking biking guide (other language guide on request)
- Transfers to and from start point
- Government taxes and service charge
- Mineral water on coach
What's Not Included
- Bagan Zone fee 20 USD
- International flights in/out Myanmar
- Visa fees & travel insurance
- Hotel accommodation
- Personal expenses (telephone, laundry, mini bar, etc…)
- Meals & drinks not mentioned
- Tips & gratuities for guide and driver
- Surcharges if any (increased fuel charges, admission fee, Bagan Full Day with Sunset Boat, Christmas & New year increases with prior notice)
- Other services not mentioned in “inclusion”