Bagan to Ngwe Saung BeachSail to Ngwe Saung Beach
From Ngwe Saung Beach to Bagan the best way is by coach and flight, which cost 100 - 220 and take 8h45min.
What is the range from Ngwe Saung Beach to Bagan? Ngwe Saung Beach and Bagan are 478 km away. What is the journey from Ngwe Saung Beach to Bagan? The drive from Ngwe Saung Beach to Bagan lasts approx. 17h5min. Transfer included.
Do you have a local shuttle between Ngwe Saung Beach and Bagan? There is no coach from Ngwe Saung Beach to Bagan. From Ngwesaung there are connections to Bagan via Yangon Aung Mingalar. Trip, incl. transfer, lasts approx. 17 h 5 mins. What is the duration of the Ngwe Saung Beach to Bagan flights?
From Yangon Airport to Nyaung-U Airport the fastest way is the 1 hour 20 minutes on the air. Which businesses operate between Ngwe Saung Beach, Myanmar and Bagan, Mandalay region, Myanmar? From Ngwe Saung Beach to Bagan via Ngwesaung, Yangon and Yangon Aung Mingalar you can take a coach in approx. 17h5min.
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Made in 1057 by King Anawrahta, the pavilion once had terracotta tile with Jataka-scene. Anchored in the holiness of the Gautama Buddha hair, preserved by Thaton. Kubyauk-gyi Tempel, in Myinkaba village, just south of Bagan, Myanmar, is a buddhistic sanctuary erected in 1113 A.D. by Prince Yazakumar, just after the demise of his pagan dynasty fathers, King Kyansittha.
Firstly, it contains a large number of well-preserved frescos on the inside of the building, the oldest period frescos to be found in Bagan. Each fresco is complemented by Indian intaglio, which is one of the oldest illustrations of the use of the Myanmar school. Secondly, the sanctuary is situated just south of the Myazediagoda, where two columns of stones with epigraphs in four old South East Asiatic tongues have been found:
Because of its historical and linguistic meaning, the lettering on the column of the Myazedi pit was described as the Burmese Rosetta stone, the crypt for breaking the Pyu tongue. Here you will find all transportation for your journey from Ngwe Saung Beach to Bagan.