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    Bagan Option

    Tour Code: PLG / OP-05
    PLG Tours Modules: Bagan Tour

    Fullday sightseeing tour includes  Nyaung Oo Market, Shwezigon Pagoda - built by King Anawrahta in the early 11th century, Thatbyinnyu Temple, the highest white stucco building, Htilominlo Temple - the largest temples of Bagan and Ananda Temple, which has four huge Buddha Images in standing position and relieves depicting the Buddha from his birth to his Enlightenmen. Continuing visit to lacquer - ware making home cottage, Dhamayangyi, Bagan's most massive temple, Manuha Temple- built in the Mon Style from the 1059, Nanpaya Temple- said to be the place of King Manuha's palace site, Myinkaba Gubyaukgyi- known for its mural painting depicting scenes from Jakata. Also visit to Shwesandaw Pagoda to watch sunset over the Ayeyarwaddy River.
    Tour Code: PLG / OP-06
    PLG Tours Modules: Mount Popa Excursion 

    Mount Popa, an extinct volcano of 1500 metres at the highest point. Mount Popa and its environs are the only lush green place amidst the desert area of Middle Myanmar. Climb up the 730 metres high conic flattop (Named as Popa Taung Kalat) by 777 steep steps. It is the home of Myanmar's legendary 37 Nats or Spirits. You can see the panoramic view of the surrounding landscapes from the top of the Popa Taung Kalat.
    After lunch, visit the Popa National Park, with dense Sandalwood forests and rare species of birds and butterflies. Return trip to Bagan. On the way, visit to jaggery <palm sugar> making cottages and toddy-palm grooves. Admire the sunset view of the Bagan Area from the uppermost terraces of the Shwe Sandaw Pagoda.

    Tour Code: PLG / OP-07
    PLG Tours Modules: Balloon Over Bagan
    This option gives image of over thousand year Bagan's old pagodas and mighty Ayeyarwaddy River as the sun sinks slowly behind distant mountains. The sunrise and sunset champagne flights take off daily from October through to the end of March. The flying hour is about 45 minutes.
    Tour Code: PLG / OP-08
    PLG Tours Modules: Mount Popa & Sale Excursion 
    Mount Popa about 50 miles (80km) southeast of Bagan. On the way, can study palm tree climbing, palm sugar making and grinding cooking oil. Rises like a sugar-loaf, Mount Popa is (Popa is Sanskrit for flower) 4,981ft high, and also like a massive, misplaced pillar. It was created from a violent volcanic eruption way back in 442 BC to become the dwelling place of the gods. For 700 years from the 4th to 11th centuries, every king had to make a pilgrimage here to consult the spirits before his reign could begin. Even today, Mount Popa is considered the earthly font of power for the mystical world of the nats. 
    Climb up Mt. Popa and view the surrounding area. After lunch, drive to Kyaukpadaung and proceed to Sa Le. Visit Yoke Sone Monastery, which is the oldest existing monastery built entirely with teak wood. It has 154 teak posts and decorated with beautiful wood carvings. Continue to Man Paya - a largest Lac Buddha image, 6 meter high, dated from the 13th century. Return to Bagan through Chauk, where you will see old Burma Oil installations ('nodding donkeys') along the banks of the Ayeyarwaddy River.