Count your step in U-Bein Bridge
Built in 1850, U-Bein Bridge is 1.2 kilometers long, extending from one end of Taungthaman Lake to the other. The bridge is the oldest and longest teak bridge in the world.
It is a very lively bridge despite its age. You'll see children running around, lovers leaning each other and visitors took their stunning photos. The cool breeze through your skirt is something you will love. The best time is at sunset.
E-bike Tour Around Bagan
Bagan's 2,000-odd temples range in size and grandeur, spread across an area of 40 square miles.
Riding an electric bike to get around Bagan is the best way to experience this magic park. You can choose when to stop and where you want to stop.
Take hot-air balloons
It's nearly impossible to picture Bagan without hot air balloons beautifully clouding the historic horizon. Bagan's balloons have become an iconic symbol of the region, and have carried many travelers on soaring adventures of a lifetime.