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Bagan is one of the richest archaeological sites in Asia, and today is considered one of the wonders of the world. Situated on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River, and covers more than 42 square kilometers.The temples, stupas and pagodas of Bagan are the most impressive relics of the first period of Myanmar greatness.

More popularly known as the “city of four million pagodas”, Bagan is famous for its unique lacquer ware and travelers can visit the workshops to watch craftsmen produce these beautiful handicrafts.
Mount Popa

poppaMt. Popa is an extinct volcano, 60 kilometers south-east of Bagan and 1500 meter-high. It is well-known as the oasis of the central Myanmar dry zone. Mt.Popa considered the abode of most powerful nats [ spirit ] and important nat worship center. Popa today is one of the most popular pilgrimage spots in the country. One would need to spend a sizeable amount of time in order to unearth the spiritual and legendary wealth of this sacred mountain. It is an easy day’s journey from Bagan stopping along the way at local villages and a palm tree plantation.


salaySalay ,situated at 20 miles (32 kilometers) south of Bagan is an ancient town rich in Myanmar culture. Salay created its own unique style of Bagan era architecture which still exists today. It is worth visiting for its exceptional 18th century wood carving works at “Yoke Son” monastery. Nearby one can observe antique 13th century lacquer-ware Buddha Image.


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