Catch a glimpse of Bago
Proudly known as the orginal land of Mon people and culture, Bago is one of the richest archaeological sites in Myanmar in which ancient Myanmar culture and flourishing Buddhism are still main way of life. After 2 hours driving from Yangon, Bago countryside will soon impress our eyes with gorgeous Kyaik Pun pagoda form of four gigantic Buddha images placed back to back with each other; the tallest ever Shwemawdaw pagoda, the proudest and most important construction from Mon kingdom; KhaKhatWain Monastery to participate in beautiful almsgiving ceremony with 500 monks in the morning. Beside, a visit to a lively local market will provide you a brilliant chance to get closer to local life and commute with curious and cheerful Burmese.
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Observe majestic sunset over Shwedagon pagoda
Blend in local way of life in lively local markets
Explore laid-back charms of peaceful Bago
Enjoy relaxing sounds of lapping water and birdsongs in Moe Yun Gyi Wetland Jump in an exciting trishaw ride around quaint town of Dhala
Other Experiences in Bago, Myanmar
Start your new day by an early morning soft trek to Kyeekanpasat (Mouth of Crow) and try rare local fruits along the way.On the way getting back to Yangon, surprisingly, which is not that long boring ride as enroute we will soon stop over at beautiful landscape of Bago - the splendid capital of Mon Kingdom in 15th century. You can...
Just about 60 km north from Yangon, for any nature and amimal lovers, dont miss a natural setting in Bago region called Winga Baw Elephant camp, also known as one of few important elephant orphanage of Myanmar. Here you could get some heartwarming experiences with friendly young elephants who used to live in different remote...
Just more than 2-hour driving from the center of Yangon, there is a truly heaven for any nature enthusiast and specially bird lover named Moeyungyi Wetland Wildlife Sanctuary. Exploring a humble water body of Moeyungyi on a small boat, you are given an opportunity to commute with nature and appreciate over hundred of resident and migratory...