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2 Days Ma Gyi Kan Village

This 2 days tour is specialized on Ma Gyi Kan Village (Tamarind lake village homes), which is located in Salay Town, Chauk Township. Makyikan village provides a unique village experience for those who are tired of the restless urban. And also, have the pleasure of learning tradition of Anyar-upper Myanmar that have remained unchanged throughout the centuries. Being remote and far from urban areas, honest and hospitality will make visitors feel welcome.

Remark: This tour is just an example and can be customized to your preferences.



Day 1

Bagan - Ma Gyi Kan Village

At 08.30, meet your guide and depart (1.5 hrs drive) to the authentic local house of the Ma Gyi Kan Village. When you arrive the village, welcomed by villagers with their traditional entertainment. After that, have a great village’s home cooked lunch under the bamboo house.

At Ma Gyi Kan Village, you will get a chance to delight the agricultural sceneries, local traditional activities, learn the culture of villagers, trekking and riding oxen cart around the villages. Absolutely, you will discover the amazing peaceful world and get the unforgettable memories.

Overnight stay at village home.

Day 2

Ma Gyi Kan Village - Salay - Bagan

Local breakfast and saying good bye to villagers, time to leave to Salay Town ( about 30 mins). First visit to the Yoke Sone Monastery (was one of the best Monasteries in upper Myanmar) – it is an impressive teak monastery which is intricate wood carvings. This monastery is closed on every Monday. Continue to Man Phaya (a big hollowed-Buddha statue) which is really interesting and tea break at Salay House (an old colonial building built in early 20th century) with the fantastic river view. After that, drive back to Bagan.

What's Included

  • Accommodations at spacious local house
  • Delicious village’s home cooked meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
  • Sight-seeing with English speaking station guide
  • Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle with driver

Itinerary is subject to changes depending on regional conditions.