unexpected bagan

Bagan, Myanmar is magical.

It’s much more in line with what I had pictured Myanmar to be like – dirt roads, hippies, and amazing temples everywhere you look.

The best way to see Bagan on your own is to rent an e-bike, get lost, and stumble upon temples.Finding a temple with no tourists and a beautiful view of the sunrise/sunset becomes a sort of game, a game with an absolutely incredible prize.

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  2. It’s nice to see many temples in Bagan remain intact following last November’s earthquake. I explored this part of Myanmar back in October 2015 and it truly was a magnificent place. I remember being amazed and mesmerized by the view of endless ancient temples despite having seen lots of photos of the same view. Seeing with our own eyes indeed makes us appreciate the beauty and magic of a special place even better.

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