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Full-Day Bagan Private Sightseeing Tour by E-Bike with Pickup

The best way to explore this maze of Bagan Temples is by e-bike. Discover both ancient and modern-day Bagan on a full day e-bike tour; the streets are relatively quiet, there are great sandy roads that take you to the local market, villages and most attractive temples. Moreover, touch with locals and learn about their daily life styles, cultures and handicrafts. Taste Myanmar sweet tea, local snacks and delicacies at a typical tea shop and this unforgettable e-bike tour ends with amazing sunset at an elevated viewpoint.

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



Full Day

Meet your guide at your hotel

At 08:30, meet your local guide who is awaiting with e-bike at your hotel and set off riding to Bagan through the quiet paths among the numerous sacred temples, beautiful rice fields, peaceful and scenic countryside landscapes.

Local market is the best starting place to explore where you can find fruits, vegetables, fresh produce and some interesting dry goods. Continue to the Myinkaba village, famous for its lacquerware.  Local lacquerware is one of the best things to do in Bagan to understand more about local life. Proceed to Dhammayangyi Temple, largest temple on the plains of Bagan and shape like an Egyptian pyramid. Lunch break (on your own account) at a local restaurant to enjoy local specialities.

Then, ride to beautiful Ananda Temple to see four standing figures of Buddha housed inside the pagoda. Learn the history and legends of the 800 years old temple. Stop at a typical tea shop to enjoy Myanmar sweet tea, local snacks and delicacies. Next, Sulamani Temple, one of Bagan’s most attractive temples, with lush grounds behind the surrounding walls. After explored, continue to an elevated viewpoint for an unforgettable sunset over the plains. After sunset, return back to your hotel.

What's included

  • English speaking guide
  • E - Bike (one bike per person)
  • Water Bottle
  • Tea and snacks

What's excluded

  • Bagan Zone Fee
  • Meals (Lunch / Dinner)
  • Gratuities
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance

Please note that to visit religious sites in Myanmar, socks and shoes must be removed and dress should be conservative (knees and shoulders must be covered).