You asked: How do I get from Yangon to Bagan?

How long is the bus ride from Yangon to Bagan?

1. Overnight Bus from Yangon to Bagan. Bagan is 611km far from Yangon. Normally the overnight bus will take around 9 – 10 hours.

Can I go Myanmar by road?

Indian citizens can now travel to Myanmar by road on production of passport and visa. … Any Indian with a valid passport and visa from the Myanmar consulate in Kolkata or its embassy in New Delhi, can visit the country through the Moreh-Tamu land route. No special permit is required.

What is the best month to visit Myanmar?

The best time to visit Myanmar is during the dry season (October-May), when the whole country is accessible and temperatures are warm, ranging from 72°F to 100°F. However, Myanmar has a lot to offer year-round and you can travel there every month except September (when it’s very wet).

How much is the flight from Yangon to Bagan?

Cost by number of pax.

Pax Currency (USD) Currency (Local)
1 person 99 USD ~ 97,117 MMK
2 people 198 USD ~ 194,235 MMK
3 people 297 USD ~ 291,352 MMK
4 people 396 USD ~ 388,470 MMK

How many days do you need in Bagan?

I reckon at least 3 days in Bagan are needed, and there are so many other things to do in Bagan as well as the temples that you want to have plenty of energy to fit everything in.

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Which is better Mandalay or Yangon?

Mandalay is a little bit more laid back than Yangon. The vegetation is denser, the traffic is better and there are tons of places to explore. If you are looking for a more relaxed city, you should definitely choose Mandalay.

How expensive is Myanmar?

Myanmar costs on average of $35 per day, including food and drink. Travel in Myanmar does depend on the type of traveller you are.

Why I would like to visit Bagan?

Marvel at the ancient temples and monasteries.

Bagan is the perfect place to hop on a bike and explore, flying through the dusty dirt roads to view, climb and walk around endless temples. … Catch a sunrise and sunset daily on a temple or in a hot air ballon with Balloons over Bagan.

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