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10 fascinating facts you never knew about Myanmar

Myanmar is a complicated, fascinating and beautiful country. Here`s a glimpse at the pagoda-filled country in Southeast Asia.

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Myanmar transportation guide for first-time visitors

Planning a temple run in Myanmar? Here’s a complete guide to help you navigate the country’s vast transportation system while staying sane!

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How to spend a weekend at Inle Lake in Myanmar

Inle Lake is one of the best things to do in Myanmar. If you’re looking for inspiration, here’s a full guide on how to spend a weekend at Inle Lake in Myanmar.

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Stations in Bagan  

Bagan Nyaung-U Airport, Nyaungu, Myanmar (Burma)logo
River NMAI HKA travel Bagan Mandalay Ferry, Irrawaddy River, Myanmar (Burma)logo
MGRG Jetty Station, Nyaungu, Myanmar (Burma)logo
OK Express Bus, Lanmadaw 3 Rd, Nyaung-U, Myanmarlogo
Bagan Train Station, 5W3P+Q4 Nyaung-U, Myanmarlogo
Bagan Shwe Pyi Highway Bus Terminal, Nyaung-U, Myanmarlogo
Bagan Shwe Pyi – It is located at Nyaung U – Kuauk Pa Daung Highway Road.logo
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Bagan at a glance

High season

March - May
Place you can't miss
Ananda Temple
Local currency
Good to know
Bagan is nothing less than impressive, as it is decorated with tens of ancient, golden pagodas and temples. As you look up, it may seem as though they touch the vivid blue skies. Myanmar may feel like it’s kaleidoscopic in color, and Bagan is a wonderful place to absorb the hues, especially in a marketplace like the Nyaung U market. See the Bagan Plains and walk from one terracota pagoda to the next, and enter the Dhammayangyi Temple. There, a feeling of complete understanding in history may hit you square in the face as the Buddha statues sit with their eyes closed in prayer.

Your questions, our answers

Wi-fi is the norm in big cities – most hotels and guesthouses and some restaurants and cafes will have it and it's normally free. There are also internet cafes in the cities, although they are usually used for online gaming. Internet access can even be found in relatively remote locations, such as Mrauk U. However, with low bandwidth and power outages, it can often be a frustrating exercise to send and receive large files over the internet, particularly in rural areas.

Independence Day | Karen New Year | Union Day | Peasants' Day | Full Moon Day of Tabaung | Armed Forces Day | Thingyan Eve | Thingyan | Labour Day | Vesak | Beginning of Vassa | Burmese Martyrs' Day | Tazaungdaing festival | Thadingyut Festival | National Day in Myanmar | Christmas Day | Karen New Year


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Voltage: 230V, Socket Type: C, D, F and G.

Yes, But with heavy fees.