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Bagan Weather

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6 Aug 2020
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7 Aug 2020
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Sicilia_Yuan   
Luan Bagan is an ancient city of Myanmar, a Buddhist cultural site, and a famous tourist destination. It is located in the middle of the border and is located on the left bank of the middle of the Irrawaddy River. Located in the middle of the Irrawaddy River flowing through the central part of Myanmar, it is the center of the Burmese. The urban area retains many Buddhist pagodas and Buddhist temples built in various historical periods in Myanmar. The architectural art of the Buddhist stupa is the epitome of Myanmar's ancient architectural art and is a precious historical and cultural heritage of Myanmar. Most of the regions of Bagan have a tropical climate. Like other Southeast Asian countries, they are divided into three seasons: the hot season from March to May, the rainy season from June to October, and the February to November in November. For the cool season, the cool season is the best travel season. In Myanmar, tickets for tourist attractions must be in US dollars; hotels are generally priced in US dollars, but they can also be paid in kyat, but there will be exchange rate losses; other meals, shopping, and tickets can use kyat. The unit of the kyat currency is kyat, the pronunciation is (jia), generally in the hotel can be exchanged for the kyat. About transportation: I chose a chartered car in Myanmar. Generally speaking, you can tell the charter driver which spots to go to in advance, and he will plan the route for you according to your interests. Even in the cool season, Bagan's noon is also a hot oily cockroach. Therefore, after the lunch, the driver will return the tourists to the hotel to take a break, avoid the high temperature of two or three points, and then set off. This is actually very reasonable. After all, most of the tourists will get up early in the morning to watch the sunrise. In the afternoon, they can adjust their mental state.
Posted: 23 Nov 2018
timetrees   
When you come here, you can't help but recall the blue-gray bricks of Angkor Wat, but there are no big trees that cover the sky, and there is no such huge ruined palace city, but it has always been beautiful and sacred as its name. Then you will see the two blue and gray temples close to each other. These two are more beautiful. This kind of European castle feels like a lot of spires. The whole is taller and the darker shades make People think they are more sensational. One of them is closer to the roadside and can be boarded, so we watched the sunset here. The scenery is mainly the remaining towers that are relatively south. The bright spot is the Mayan pyramid-shaped stupa. A new museum with a sun sinking in. There are more than 3,000 Buddhist temples scattered on the Bagan plain, the birthplace of the Bagan Kingdom. The existing temples such as the Ayutthaya Temple show the world the architectural image of the peak period of the region. Other buildings have colorful murals and some secret passages. The latter will take everyone to the outside world and appreciate the entire plain. Magnificent. Sunrise in the natural landscape Bagan is not very spectacular, because the weather is not very good these days, the smoke is always there, the color is not pure, there is no such thing as sunshine. But it is only this time that you can see the fog in the forest. The millennium stupa is so brightly debut. This position is closer to the pyramid. There are relatively large stupas around it. The scenery is very good. The sunset is also here. Excellent, even better than its sunrise.
Posted: 6 Dec 2018
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