Bagan Weather OctoberOctober Bagan Weather
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The weather: Mean October temperatures are 32°C (90°F). Highest daytime temp is 102°F (39°C), minimum night-time temp is 77°F (25°C). Averages 98°F (37°C) at midday and 82°F (28°C) at midnight. October is the last months of the wet seasons in Bagan, so the weather is quite pleasant.
Approximately 16 solar day a months, which means that the weather is good for most open day activity. Raincoats and watertight boots will also be useful on wet weather. Bring a thin pullover or long-sleeved shirt to protect against mosquitos, supercold climate and ultraviolet rays, as the unlikely case of chilly weather in the rain.
Store water-polluting objects such as your purse and your digital cam in your watertight case when it rains. October, the last months of the wet seasons in Bagan, is very well suited for travelling. Precipitation will fall this months and temperatures will fall further. During and after this months there will be more visitors as the weather becomes colder.
Only a few kilometres from Bagan is Minnanthu Town. At the Minnanthu Villa you get a marvellous view of the villagers lives in Bagan. The people of Minnanthu Town are very kind and inviting. For the visit of the town, a visit leader is required. It introduces you to the customs, customs, history of the town and the special features of the country homes.
It is not a big place, but it is the ideal place to experience the cultural life of the area. Minnanthu is the place to be if you want to discover a true Myanmar town. Before taking pictures, please contact the locals, otherwise they may bill you for costs.
The Shwezigon Pagoda Feast usually takes place between October and November. When the full month will fall on Burma's conventional calender. It is one of the most important festivals in Myanmar. Throughout this period, many individuals, among them friars, travellers and travellers, will come to the Shwezigon Pagoda to party.
Mt Popa is an extinguished vulcano in downtown Burma, known as the home of the Nat (Burmese spirits). The sacred Taungkalat Convent is situated on Mount Popa, and it is set in the middle of a cliff with breath-taking overlooks. It is thought that the most mighty natas in Burma are living on Mount Popa.
Therefore, Mount Popa is the holiest place in Burma for pilgrimages. The Mount Popa is without a doubt a must in Bagan.