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Bagan, located almost in the middle of Myanmar (Burma), is one of the favorite and must visit places when you go to Myanmar. The incredible amount of old temples, pagodas, and ruins dating between the 11th and 13th centuries.. It gets even better when many hot air balloons fly over in the early morning during sunrise. Bagan earned the UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2019.

Considered as a sight to rival the Angkor Wat in Cambodia or Machu Picchu in Peru, Bagan stands out for not only the great number of religious structures, but also their magnificent architectures that had influences on the Burmese temple design later.

The Bagan Archaeological Zone is a main tourist draw in the country. It consists of the Old Bagan in the center, Nyaung U town – the area’s main transport hub in the north and New Bagan in the south.

Bagan experiences almost no rainy season in spite of its location in the lower part of Myanmar. Visitors can come and discover the ancient city any time of the year. Though, the best time to visit is from October to February when the temperature is more moderate. From March to May, Bagan often see temperatures in excess of 40°C.