Bagan Central Hotel

5/16 Khayae Street, Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by jcruise


... the view. For our second day, we explored the temples by bicycle for $1.50 for the whole day. Riding a road bike on dirt and sand created a tiring ride. We biked across the vast plain to the town on the far side. For most of the time, we did not see anyone or get bothered by locals to buy their junk. I still rate Ankor Wat just slightly above Bagan in my temple/ruin list. The jungle city was just a little more impressive as a ...

Bagan - Temples, Boat, Monkey Poo, and Beer

A travel blog entry by martinahowell


... survive to the present day. Today the area is now called Bagan.

It’s not clear exactly what happened to Bagan and how one of the greatest cities in Southeast Asia was left abandoned. Regardless, historians agree that sometime towards the end of the thirteenth century the population fled and left the enormous complex of incredible temples and palaces.

Everywhere you look there are temples. Monks and nuns in their robes give ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... for a spot of lunch before heading back to the guesthouse. Soon afterwards, at three thirty, we all meet up and jump on the bus to see a few of the more distant temples. Our first stop this afternoon is Sulamani Guphaya, an old-looking and imposing eleventh century temple in great condition, known also as the 'Crowning Jewel’. Inside we found many Buddha images and vibrant, ancient wall paintings lining the cool, dark corridors. We head back to the ...

Beautiful Bagan

A travel blog entry by rubychu


... dinner and went straight to bed.

Later on, we were told by LA Jeff that his tummy troubles started about 30 minutes after this dinner. Thereafter I called him Diarrhoea Jeff.

This was the beginning of the multiple bowel motion conversations we had on this trip. While I slept like a baby in the comfort of my own room (I snore), the other girls were up all night ...

Bagan... land of Pagodas

A travel blog entry by almorgan


... smeared with the next colour... and so on. Some pieces have 20 layers, and take many months to complete. In the afternoon, we went by coach to visit Mt Popa. On the way, we stopped at a small farming community, and were shown how palm sugar is collected, and made into different products including sweets and alcohol. The incredible monastery of Mt Popa is quite a drive away, so rather hard to get to. Not ...

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