Trek up and enjoy spectacular views on the top of the holy Mt. Popa
Mt Popa - a solitary peak topped by gold stupas, is well-known as the birth place of Myanmar’s ‘nats’ or spirits. (50 kilometers southeast from central Bagan ~ 1.5 hours to get there by car). To reach the top, you need to remove shoes and socks and climb the 777 steps to the shrine at the top of the peak. Along the way, there are a multitude of cunning monkeys expecting treats. Sometimes these mischivous hosts can get a little aggressive so it's recommended to take well care of your possessions. Enjoy your reward once conquering the climb with with stupas glistening gold and nothing-can-beat views from the top.
Tours with this experience
Discover the biggest Buddhist temple and colonial heritage of Yangon
Explore Bagan's series of countless ancient monuments
Climb up Mt. Popa and enjoy dramatic views of the plunging valleys
Ride a horse-cart around peaceful village of Ava
Watch the beautiful sunset falling over the legendary U Bein bridge
Take a scenic river boat to visit the giaint unfinished Mingun pagoda
Take part in the hustle local 5-day market in Inle Lake
Explore the green city of Yangon, Myanmar
Join a qualified cruise of joy and happiness along the favorite Irrawaddy River
Access into Burmese river villages to experience rustic life and lifestyle of the local Explore the cities of ancient Bagan and royal Mandalay to perfect your journey
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Enjoy the luxurious 8 days Mekong River Cruise Program upstream from My Tho of Vietnam to Siem Reap in Cambodia
Indulge yourselves via 07 night stays in a comfortable and well-equipped cabin
Learn about the mysterious Angkor Temples like Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, and the Angkor Thom Ancient City in Siem Reap
Explore Yangon with its colonial British influence and the world-famous heritage Shwedagon pagoda
Visit impressive ancient monuments in Bagan
Enjoy scenic overland drive throughout from Bagan to Mandalay
Visit Pakkoku town known for weaving & cheroots making
Discover Phowintaung cave of masterpiece in Monywa
Sight-see in Mandalay to see famous pagodas and monasteries
Meditate in magical sunset over U Bein bridge
Enjoy gentle boat trip to Mingun land
Attend vibrant and lively floating market in Indein village
Capture Yangon street scenes and corlorful colonial buildings
Savor atmospheric sunset over the glistering Shwedagon pagoda
Get hot in Bagan plain in between thousands of red brick temples and pagodas
Climb up the sleepy mountain of Popa and visit its top monastery
Sail upstream Irrawaddy river and discover remote beautiful Kyauk Gu U Min temple
Watch the majestic Shwedagon pagoda glowing at night
Visit series of impressive ruined temples in Bagan
Climb up and enjoy spectacular views on top of Mt. Popa
Relax in a scenic river boat trip from Bagan to Mandalay
Unfold secret story behind Paleik's snake temple
Jump in an intrigued trek over Danu hill village and get closer to tribal life
Blend in various ethnic groups in Inle Lake's typical loating market
Mellow out on sandy beach of Ngapali
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