Bagan  City
Bagan is an ancient city in central Myanmar (formerly Burma),
southwest of Mandalay. Standing on the eastern banks of the
Ayeyarwady River, it’s known for the Bagan Archaeological Area, where
more than 2,000 Buddhist monuments tower over green plains.
Holy sites around Old Bagan include ornate Ananda Temple, built in
1091 and topped with a golden stupa. Nearby is the vast
12th-century Dhammayangyi
Balloons over Bagan (Myanmar)An early morning balloon flight
over Bagan is a fantastic way to see the temple landscape. You'll trip
will end with light snack and celebratory glass of champagne. $350
River boat
To get from Bagan to Mandalay (or vice versa) you can of course
take a day or a night bus, but we will take a more relaxing and
picturesque way to travel. We is to take one of the river boats which
will allow us to sit in comfort and take amazing pictures  as we float
down river. It takes longer than a bus (about 12 hours) but you see
beautiful scenery along the Irrawaddy / Ayeyarwady River.
The Shwenandaw  monastery
The Shwenandaw (or Shwe Nandaw; Shwe-Kyaung-pyi to Burmese) monastery is the most significant of Mandalay's historic buildings, since this 'Golden Palace Monastery' remains the sole major survivor of the former wooden Royal Palace built by King Mindon in the mid-nineteenth century. Originally part of the royal palace at Amarapura, it was moved to Mandalay, and, with the name Mya Nan San Kyaw, became the northern section of the Glass Palace and part of the king's royal apartments
Inle Lake
The Inle Lake region is one of Myanmar's most anticipated destinations and all the hype is justified. Picture a vast, serene lake – 13.5 miles long and seven miles wide – fringed by marshes and floating gardens, where stilt-house villages and Buddhist temples rise above the water, and Intha fisherfolk propel their boats along via their unique technique of leg-rowing. Surrounding the lake are hills that are home to myriad minorities: Shan, Pa-O, Taung Yo, Danu, Kayah and Danaw, who descend from their villages for markets that hopscotch around the towns of the region on a five-day cycle.
U Bein Bridge
South of Mandalay’s modern city centre, U Bein Bridge leads the way to the former Burmese capital city of Amarapura. The ageing bridge stretches 1.2 kilometres to the other shore, making it the longest bridge of its kind in the world. Mayor U Bein is credited for the creation of the bridge in the 1850s, using scavenged teak pilings from the discarded palace of Amarapura when King Mindon moved the capital to Mandalay.
The Mahagandhayon Monastery
The Mahagandhayon Monastery is the largest Buddhist monastery in Myanmar accommodating more than a thousand young monks. It is a typical place to witness the disciplined way of life of Buddhist monks. Distinguish character of this large monastery is the systematic manner of the monks during the lunchtime, having their meal in total silence and systematically in accordance with Buddha's teachings.

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