Popa Mountain Resort

Mt. Popa, Kyaukpadaung Township, Bagan, Myanmar | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Mt. Popa, Kyaukpadaung Township, Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Bagan

    Temples of Bagan

    A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Jul 28, 2014

    272 photos

    ... as many sights as possible. It is also hard to keep track of what we are seeing and the names of the temples. Some are just a lonely single stupa, other a full on golden temple with different parts to it. On our second day, we rent a couple of bicycles to give up a little more freedom to move around. We cycle to Old Bagan, and see more of those temples. Again we catch sunset. It is great to be here as soon as you climb a little, you see ...

    An all-you-can-see pagoda buffet

    A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 20, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and the sides are often filled with trash from the various clusters of semi-permanent housing along its banks. In fact, the most interesting part of the cruise was watching the locals on the bank, often bathing (while clothed) or doing laundry and hearing from our guide about their lifestyles. Unfortunately the sunset was almost entirely blocked by clouds, an issue that is common in the summer but would likely be better ...

    Bagan - Land of 4000 temples

    A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Jun 25, 2014

    29 photos

    ... even thinking anymore I entered the paya and paid my respects to this buddha before deciding to try and find something to eat. I had heard their was restaurant road that boasted a number of well priced restaurants but a step above the plastic chairs and small tables that usually line the streets. Figuring I could use a hood meal having not really eaten much today I wandered around until the buzz and number of motorbikes parked at one corner gave me the notion that had to ...


    A travel blog entry by jcruise on Jun 19, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... 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 on Jun 14, 2014

    2 comments, 62 photos

    ... 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 ...