Bagan Day Tours, with a local!

Bagan is an ancient city, dating back thousands of years and still charming everyone who sees it today. From the banks of the bustling Ayeyarwady River, to the intricate artwork of the pagodas and temples scattered across the plains, to the workshops selling woven goods, rattan furniture, and other handicrafts, the city of Bagan will leave you in love with the magic of Myanmar.

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Beyond Bagan Bike Tour, Bagan tour
From USD 59.00
Beyond Bagan Bike Tour
from 2 reviews
Location: Myanmar (Burma) - Bagan
Length: 5 hours


  • Bike beyond the city to visit rural villages and meet with the locals who live there
  • Visit a wooden monastery that’s 150 years old
  • See spectacular temples, including a “golden cave” and the largest Buddhist temple in Bagan
  • Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant that’s also a training school disadvantaged youth

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Bagan by Boat Sunset Cruise tour, Bagan tour
From USD 36.00
Bagan by Boat Sunset Cruise
Location: Myanmar (Burma) - Bagan
Length: 3 hours


  • Enjoy a stunning sunset along the Ayeyarwady — the country’s most important waterway
  • Observe local life and wildlife from the water as you cruise along the Bagan shoreline
  • Visit a local tea shop where you can sip a cup and shop for snacks
  • Travel through the city by horse-drawn cart 

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In Focus: Kyunkalay Village Visit tour, Bagan tour
From USD 86.00
In Focus: Bagan Community Experience
from 1 review
Location: Myanmar (Burma) - Bagan
Length: 6 hours


  • Visit a rural community and learn about local community development plans from village leaders
  • Enjoy lunch in a local family’s home and find out what it’s like to live in this part of Myanmar
  • Learn about thanaka, a traditional paste that’s used as a beauty treatment, and visit a market dedicated to it
  • Ride a boat across the Ayeyarwady River, the largest river in Myanmar
  • $4 per person is donated to the community development fund in the village we visit 


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