The climb was worth it. The history and stories behind this place is fascinating. Each has a unique story.
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I was there and we ate ,and drinking wine ,the have nice restaurants good food and many selection of wine and you have nice panorama and the staff are very friendly. I will recomendé this place for eat and stay
I had seen this temple in pictures however, I was not prepared for the beauty of it in person. This is one sight that will take your breath away when you first see it. We arrived at the bottom and started our trek up the...More
If you have had enough of visiting the amazing pagodas whilst in Bagan then Mount Popa is a change of scenery. The in excess of 700 steps to the top are not the cleanest in the world with the moneys there, but the view from...More
Guess my age really is showing. No, I'm not ancient, but 800 steps in the heat of Myanmar wasn't all that appealing. Our guide had an alternate suggestion: the Mount Popa Resort. it is near the shrine but you can drive to it, have a...More
Mt Popa which is about 50 km or 30 miles to the South-East from Bagan.In sanskrit popa means flower.In olden days the people in Mt Popa grow many flowers for the royal family of bagan.The Taung Kalat means Rocky Cliff.The Rocky cliff that the people...More
Our waiter said we needed to go to Mount Popa, but warned us that it was so powerful that it would be hard to control ourselves. After he said that ... we booked a car to drive us there! It takes an hour drive from...More
I was preparing myself for MP-MP-MB, but was surprised to find nothing of the sort. It's a busy temple with lots of pilgrims. The devoted clean the steps until they were spotless. There were the occasional monkeys but they didn't cause issues. View from the...More
While researching whether to take this trip (it was an hour or so from Bagan where we were staying) I read that the stairs were too steep and too many, the monkeys were bordering on dangerous and would attack if you pointed a camera in...More
As it's a holy places you have to remove shoes. This is obviously ok, and we have been doing it all over Myanmar and other parts of the world. But the monkeys are everywhere, and the locals feed them (you can buy sticks of seed...More