Our local guide will meet with you at the lobby of your hotel in Bagan. Enjoy a relaxing and different trip by horse cart and visit Min O Chan Tha pagoda. After that continue to Dhammayangyi pagoda, the giant temple in Bagan built by the King Narathu. Then, we will take you to Sulamuni Temple located right behind Dhammayangyi pagoda. There you can appreciate the charming and incredible paintings from the 18th century on the Temple’s walls. After that, as we are sure you will start to feel hungry, it will be time to go for lunch at a local restaurant.
Then, get back on the horse cart to observe Myinkabar Village where you will find out about the lacquerware method and its unique manufacturing style. The next spot will be the Indian style pagoda, Gu Byauk Gyi, where again you will be given some time to appreciate the mural paintings and other details from the past. Afterwards move to the large gilded stupa built during the 12th century, the Myazedi stupa. Additionally, we will head towards one of the oldest temples in Bagan, Manuha temple, which houses four Buddha images. From there, we will proceed to Nan Paya which is close to Manuha temple. According to the history, King Manuha used this building as his residence so you will see there some fine examples of the incredible ancient Myanmar Architecture. In the evening, you will have the opportunity to observe and surely enjoy the sunset views from one of the greatest pagodas in Bagan. We will then drive you back to your hotel as this trip will come to an end.