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Ostello Bello BaganSG$11
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This family-friendly Nyaung-U resort is located on the riverwalk, within a 15-minute walk of Gawdawpalin Temple and Bagan Archaeological Museum. Ananda Temple ...
Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary ResortGet Rates
This family-friendly Nyaung-U hotel is located near the airport, within a 15-minute walk of Ananda Temple, Htilominlo Temple and Thatbyinnyu Temple. Bagan Archaeological ...
The Hotel @ Tharabar GateSG$117
Situated in Nyaung-U, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bagan Archaeological Museum, Gawdawpalin Temple and Thatbyinnyu Temple. Ananda Temple and ...
Bagan Hotel River ViewSG$74
Bagan Umbra HotelSG$47
Aye Yar River View ResortSG$74
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Nanpaya and within 3 miles (5 km) of Gawdawpalin Temple and Bagan Archaeological Museum. Dhammayazika ...
Hotel Sincere Smile BaganSG$31
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The ancient city of Bagan is found in the Mandalay Region of Myanmar. Since the early 9th century, this region has been held as a key area during the development of Burma. There are over 4000 monuments scattered across Bagan, which makes it a site of major archaeological interest. It is steeped in ancient history, allowing travellers countless things to see and places to discover. Here we’ll be taking a closer look at the sublime setting which Bagan offers.
Bagan is a beautiful area which carries a surreal beauty, contrasting the silver-grey of the outlying mountains with the outstretching plain covered in spurts of palm and tamarind. Here you can find family friendly hotels and hotels near temples, which make exploring this vast region convenient and comfortable. You’ll find a great balance of urban amenities and ancient charm.
Hotels near the Bagan Archaeological Zone are mostly luxury offerings, supplying the highest level of comfort and top class amenities. The family friendly resorts found here are within minutes of both the museum and many temples. With full service spas, a restaurant and a pool, as well as a bar and coffee shop, the accommodation here is world-class. Old Bagan is the place to be for the best access to all the ancient attractions of this area.
Accommodation near the airport is of the highest quality, but does not give the convenience of staying in Old Bagan. The prices are typically more affordable while the service is matched to that of the best resorts in town. Everything from buffet breakfasts to fitness centres, swimming pools and a poolside bar are on offer at the lodgings near the airport. It makes a great alternative to those who prefer not to splurge.
There are countless temple complexes scattered across this spellbinding landscape. From the holiest site in Bagan, the Ananda Temple, with its four statues of the Buddha each facing the cardinal directions, to the Shwegugyi Temple which is still in pristine condition, you will never run out of places to explore. Hotels near the temples are common which put places such as the second tallest sanctuary in Bagan, the Gawdawpalin Temple, and the pyramid-shaped Dhammayangyi Temple extremely close.
The Archaeological Zone, otherwise known as Old Bagan, is an utterly beautiful expanse but tourists require a pass to enter. It is well worth it, for in this area is a massive luxury resort and the greatest amount of ancient relics, sights and landmarks in the entire area. Pagodas are found throughout the region and your options for exploration are wide-open. Pick from hot air balloon rides, the rental of a horse cart and driver, rented bicycles and electric bicycles and conventional transport.
The Bagan Archaeological Museum has a minimal entrance fee and correlates many of the relics from across Bagan, yet most people prefer the Palace Site which is nothing but excavations. Nonetheless, the amazing grand hall of the museum with its intricate Myanmar patterns and strange colour combinations is a sight that you can’t miss.
Traditional Burmese dishes are served across Bagan, with the noodle soups served up being among the most popular delicacies. You will also find Thai food which is toted to be better than is served in Thailand itself. No form is cuisine is lacking in Bagan, even western, Chinese and Indian food is served up across town and in the hotel restaurants, with the quality being out of this world due to the influx of tourists.