Fun and active way of exploring the sandy trails of Bagan with its stunning temples
Great overview of Bagan’s history and local life culture, with a collection of pagodas, stupas, and ruins
Get ready for running through amazing ancient temples of Bagan, newly listed as World Heritage UNESCO site. Your local running guide will guide you on a running tour that passes a range stunning sites, providing a great overview of Bagan’s history and local life culture, with a collection of pagodas, stupas, and ruins that will offer a magical tour destination.
Why choose this tour?
Specially designed running tour for early risers and active travellers
Avoiding the busy roads to enjoy the exclusive early morning running tour
Start running from Htilominlo, the last Bamar style temple built in Bagan, with old impressive murals. Your guide will run with you at a very comfortable pace while letting you enjoy the nature and beautiful temples complex of Bagan UNESCO archaeological zone. Passing the Alodawpyae and Buleithee pagodas, you will feel how people in the past made effort to build pagodas and temples to conserve their culture and religion. Either passing along the main road or the rural West Pwa Saw village, you might want to make a stop at Pyathatgyi Temple with the unique techniques of construction, which is also said to be the very last great construction of the dynasty of Bagan. From there, turn right to arrive at Dhammayazika and Dhammanyangyi. The massive body of Dhammayangyi is famous for its fine brickwork, constructed without any mortar. Continue running to Shwesandaw and turn left to Wuttanata pagoda complex. This tour will eventually end at Tharabar Gate where you can still see the only structure left of the old city built by King Pyinbya in A.D 849. After that, return back to your hotel.
customise the tour
Proceed to Nyaung U local market
Enjoy breakfast at a Burmese Tea Shop like a local
Combine with full-day or half-day Bagan excursion
Enjoy a short period of authentic horse-cart ride
Transfer with air-conditioned vehicle to the starting point
English speaking local tour guide
Filtered water and wet towels
Bagan Zone Fee
Approximately 10 - 10.5 km
Please note there will be supplement during the water festival period from 13-17 April. Price to be advised on request.
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