Bago

Bago, Myanmar

Hotels in Bago

Bago Accommodations (1)
Hotel Amazing Kaytu Bago

Hotel Amazing Kaytu Bago

2.00 32 reviews

8950 Tucker Drive, Caseyville, United States

Travel Blogs from Bago

Bago Travel Blogs (88)
A whizbang two and a half hours of siteseeing!, Bago, Myanmar travel blog

A whizbang two and a half hours of siteseeing!

A travel blog entry by will

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... . I would have liked to have spent more time in Bago, but with only 23 days remaining on visa I knew I had to keep moving. Bago seemed like a nice quiet town and it would have been great to explore at my own pace and fully appreciate the sites, but there ...

Bago, Bago, Myanmar travel blog

Bago

A travel blog entry by mimmik

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... interesting--anyone got a spare $225? On the way back from the payas we stopped in a roadside pub, and over some (very good) Myanmar beers and tasty BBQ'd goat on a stick, Manny taught us some good local phrases to use: Yabba dey! (no problem, ...

The Infamous Snake Pagoda Of Bago, Shwemawdaw Paya Pagoda, Myanmar travel blog

The Infamous Snake Pagoda Of Bago

A travel blog entry by venoth

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This is a simple yet famous monastry in Bago, not a very grand one with multiple pagodas but simple and plain. Legend has it that around 26 years ago, the caretaker of this pagoda, a buddhist monk had a dream one night and in that dream, a serpent came ...

Starting my journey in Myanmar., Bago, Myanmar travel blog

Starting my journey in Myanmar.

A travel blog entry by richierich33

10

Caught the morning train from Yangon to Bago, took 2 hours and cost $1.  Bago is nothing special however, just a jumping off place from which to head south instead of north.  Accommodation limited and $8 upwards.  I stayed at the Emperor ...

Attractions in Bago

Bago Attractions (3)
Kyaikpun Pagoda

Kyaikpun Pagoda

4.00

Bago, Myanmar

Shwethalyaung Buddha

Shwethalyaung Buddha

4.00

Bago, Myanmar

The Shwethalyaung, a colossal reclining statue of Buddha (181 feet [55 m] long), is to the west of the modern town and is reputedly one of the most lifelike of all the reclining Buddha figures; allegedly built in AD-994, it was lost when Bago (Pegu) was destroyed in 1757 but was rediscovered under a cover of jungle growth in 1881.Shwethalyaung Buddha is the second largest reclining Buddha.

Shwemawdaw Paya

Shwemawdaw Paya

4.00

Bago, Myanmar