How to get to Bagan Where to stay
How to get to Bagan
|Leaving from||Duration||Prices from||See details|
|Hpa An||8hrs 20m-17 hours||from $17||Hpa An to Bagan|
|Inle Lake||40 mins-9 hours||from $11||Inle Lake to Bagan|
|Mandalay||30 minutes-8 hours||from $8||Mandalay to Bagan|
|Yangon||1hr 20m-17hrs 30m||from $11||Yangon to Bagan|
Our favourite places to stay in Bagan
Shwe Nadi Guest House - Budget Friendly
Ideally situated in central Bagan, Shwe Nadi Guest House is within walking distance to the Nyaung U Market and plenty of restaurants and shops. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, room service and free WiFi throughout the property. The Guesthouse also offers e-bike rentals.
- Friendly and welcoming staff
- Excellent breakfast
- E-bikes rentals
- Fantastic location
Private rooms start at $16 per night
Ostello Bello Bagan - Budget Friendly
Ostello Bello Bagan is set in an ideal location, within walking distance of many restaurants, sights, and amenities. The on-site bar is great for having a cold drink and relaxing. The on-site restaurant is open early and serves both local and Western dishes. Snacks, coffee, tea, and water can also be found at the shared lounge throughout the day.
- Cozy and clean rooms
- Great food
- Friendly and helpful staff
- Convenient location
Private rooms start at $29 per night
Bagan Wynn Hotel - Mid Range
The Bagan Wynn Hotel is set in a quiet, peaceful location not too far from the sights. The hotel offers a restaurant, free private parking, a bar, an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness center. The property provides a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.
- Accommodating staff
- Restaurant and bar
- Peaceful location
- Spacious rooms
Private rooms start at $33 per night
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Based in Bali, Maarten’s passion for travel is undeniable. In 2016, he decided to quit his job as a stock analyst and started doing what he always dreamed of: travelling through South East Asia and helping other people plan their trips. When he is not working on Gecko Routes, you’ll find him surfing in the ocean or exploring the best gems of Indonesia.