Bagan to Ngapali Busto Ngapali by bus
Torun Trees - How to get from Bagan to Ngapali by bus?
I' d like to make some sand at the end of my journey. Are you recommending another sandy spot that I could reach with easier acces? Perhaps I should go from Bagan to Yangoon and then from Yangoon somewhere in the southern part? The August is the high seasons of monsoons!
There are really no areas on the shore I would suggest at this season. It will take the only ones in Yangon's southern shore longer to get to Ngapali and are quite isolated areas with potentially very strenuous bus trips at this season! Yes, I know the monsun, but I really don't want to go for a stroll on the sand and unwind.....
Perhaps I should go from Bagan to Yangoon and then from Yangoon somewhere in the southern part? The Irrawaddy River is a large valley created by the Irrawaddy River and several other streams to the north. By bus to Lake Inle, would it be secure? At the peak of the MONSUN period, no part of the land can be described as'safe'!
Though the Inle Sea area receives on board less precipitation than some other parts of the state. I' d certainly not want to be on a raft on the water in the midst of a gale! extremely perilous! Many of the areas that are visited by the locals around the pond, i.e. the village and market, would be like a marsh at this season of the year.
It should be remembered that during the rainy period, driving on the roads can be strongly influenced by the weathers. This is something you should consider when you have to vacate the land at a certain time because you may get stuck on a dead locked street in the centre of nowhere.
The Inle Sea area receives on board less precipitation and cooler temperatures on averages. I' m not as gloomy as Chris, as long as you follow the normal route like Mdl - Bagan - Inle.