Bagan is the main tourist attraction in Myanmar and 500km away from north of Yangon. It’s reach by flight 1:20 hrs. from Yangon, by road takes 15 hr. and by river 9hr from Mandalay. Bagan is founded at 10th century and today it’s become one of the richest archaeological sites in Asia. It’s located on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River. Bagan is the first capital of Myanmar Empire and covers an area of 42 with 2231 well – preserved pagodas and temples of the 11th – 13th century. Bagan is not only famous for the monuments but also can study the ways of people and some handcraft such as lacqueware. Bagan is a highlight of any trip to Myanmar so, a minimum one night stay is essential to recover the main site such as Shwezigon, Ananada Temple Htilominlo Pagoda,Shwesandaw and etc.. .

Bagan View Tower

Nann Myint or the Bagan tower has been open to public since April 2005. The tower is located at the eastern part of Bagan archeological site. A huge 5 stars resort has been built at the bottom of the tower. Nann Myint means "The high palace" in Myanmar. Nann Myint Viewing Tower is the ideal one stop viewpoint for visitors to Bagan to see the wonders of over 2000 ancient architectural temples and monuments of the 11th to 13th century. The tower has a height of 60 metres. The tower has a total of 13 levels. At the first floor, there is a small galleria with souvenir shop. The first 2 levels are meeting rooms, from level 5 to 7 are the offices rooms, from level 11 to 13 are the viewing rooms. There are also restaurants at the top levels. About 2000 visitors can enjoy the panoramic view of Bagan from the Nann Myint Tower. The entrance fees are 10 USD per pax.The basic construction of the Viewing Tower is concrete and steel reinforced combined with Myanmar 10 traditional arts.

Archeological Museum
Myankaba Village
Minnan Thu Village
Kyaukku Umin Temple
Min O Chantha Pagoda