Discover the best top things to do in Nyaung U, Myanmar including Dhammayangyi Temple, MBoutik, Gubyauknge Temple, Acacia Day Spa, Yadana Man Aung Pagoda, Gubyaukgyi temple Wetkyi, Kondawgyi Temple, Thetkyamuni Temple, Bagan Guide Myanmar, Pomelo For Myanmar.
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4.5 based on 108 reviews
This is the widest temple in Bagan built by King Narathu. It is said that he ascended the throne after killing his father and built this temple to make amends with the Gods.He himself was killed by foreign invaders before he could complete the temple. Yet another nice temple of Bagan.
5 based on 57 reviews
For me, this M-Boutik is one of the best program for women economic empowerment for the rural women in Myanmar with a very tangible result. Even as a local person I truly enjoy the shop and the products. Every time I visit, there is new products with new design and I end up buying lots but they are always useful as I don't have to shop again for gifts. The best part is you spend money but you know that it is for economic empowerment of most vulnerable women living in rural area of Myanmar.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
At first the temple seemed locked up and I was taking photos of the outside stucco work, when a friendly lady living nearby opened the temple. With a good flashlight there are nice paintings inside as well as Buddha statues. It's a quiet temple. Nobody else was around, so they allow you plenty of time to look at the paintings. A little donation is also welcomed by the caretakers of the temple.
4 based on 18 reviews
***Notice of temporary closure*** Dear valued Customers, After 2 years of running our Spa, we are sorry to announce the temporary closure due to moving it to the premise near the current location effective from end of February. We look forward to serving you from our newly-renovated Spa shortly after. Apologies for inconvenience and much obliged for choosing us. Acacia Spa Family
Just loved this cute little place. Clean and comfortable location and staff were very friendly. Massage was very very good. Going back tomorrow
4 based on 18 reviews
This pagoda was part of our boat tour in the InIe Lake. From outside it looks beautiful but the entrance is the only nice thing about it. The interior is very poor and there are lots of vendors trying to obligate you to leave your shoes with them (you can carry the shoes, locals do that). And they also charge you to take pics. It is not worth the money.
I recommend a quick stop, 10 minutes is more than enough.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
4 based on 8 reviews
4.5 based on 5 reviews
This temple alittle far away from Nyaung u but good paintig left.But most of the tourist not go there because alittle far and Bagan is to see alot so some tourist is short time to stay.
4 based on 4 reviews
Bagan is very archaeological, very ancient, very interesting and nearly 3300 pagodas and temples of 11th-13th century look like open museum. Bagan is the first capital of Myanmar Empire and an area of 42 sq-km.Bagan is not only famous for the monuments but also can study the ways of people and some handicraft such as lacqueware and wood carving. So warmly welcome to Bagan Guide Myanmar website.
We had a deep introduction to architecture and religious history with a fantastic guide, Lilly, recommended to us by New Wave Hotel.Lilly helped make sense of the temples, stupas, and pagodas we saw. We chose bicycles and she even rode one of us on back of bicycle. This was a fantastic learning experience for us and put meaning to the wonder around us.
5 based on 3 reviews
It is social business suporting various community social projects across Myanmar such as disadvantaged children,HIV Positive etc. Their products are with nice innovative designs and very different from all Bagan souvenirs shops. I bought few marmelades from local fruits, coffee And small bag. I definitely recommend to check this place out and do some good deeds.
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