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Bagan

   bagan-01Bagan has known the richest archeological site in Asia which has four million of Pagodas. Bagan was the capital of first Myanmar Empire founded by King Anawratha (1044-1077 AD). Bagan is situated 196km (125 miles) and laid on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River. South of Mandalay, the most of these well-preserved shrines show a rich architectural heritage form the 11st to 13th century Era. When Shin Arahan (the mission monk from Thatlon) help Myanmar to become the religious center of Buddhism.. Bagan is the richest site in Asia and it’s famous for more than 3200 religious monuments spreading in 47 sq km. Bagan can be compatable with Angkor Watt of Cambodia and Borobudur of Indonesia. The interiors of the pagoda and Stupas were mural painted the life of Buddha and that are very complicated. Bagan has so many scenes that impress visitor’s memories forever. Time, people and nature, particularly earthquakes have taken their precious heritages but the most important monuments have been restored like their original grandeur.

   In 1975, a strong earthquake destroyed many smaller temples. Even a number of large and massively built temples and pagodas were harmed among four million of pagodas and only have 2500 remain today. Bagan is enjoys world-wide renown of the ancient pagodas, temple and other religious building around it. The buildings have many ruins constitute of the architectural wonders of the world. Visitors could get the unforgettable experience in lifetime while walking between ruins and temples in Bagan. The sun set or panoramic view from the top of the temples was memorable and fantastic. The technologically daring, exquisite in execution of temples in Bagan are rarely witnessed anywhere else in the world.

Bagan History

   bagan-02Bagan's peak time coincided with Myanmar's architectural peak time in 1044 with King Anawratha's ascension to the throne are occurred in the same time. In 1056, a Mon monk, Shin Arahan, he went to ear against the Mon town of Thaton to gain possession of holy Buddhist scripts, the Tripitaka after one year King Anawratha’s conversion to Buddhism. The holy Buddhist scripts were not the only trophies gained from war the Burmese army took some 30,000 Mons prisoners of war to Bagan. Among them numerous craftsmen and artisans, who in following decades not only enriched, but even determined, Bagan's culture. In 1287 hordes of Mongolian horsemen under Kublai Khan conquered Bagan.

How To Get There?

   While travel by flight, it talks about one hour and twenty minutes to fly from Yangon to Bagan. There have daily flights to Bagan from Yangon, Mandalay and Heho. By coach or car, it takes about 16 hours from Yangon and about 8 hours from Mandalay. There is also a double-decker steamer service between Mandalay and Bagan and the cruises " the Road to Mandalay" operated by RV Pandaw, and Irrawaddy Princess E & O Express.

Where to Visit?

Bagan Vicinity

Where to Stay?

Hotels in Bagan

Where to Eat ?

Restaurants in Bagan

Tharabar Gate

   The Tharaba Gateway was locted on the east side of the palace. It was used as the main gate to the city. The gateway was built by King Pyin Pyar Min (A.D 845-879) during the 9th century. The King Pyin Pyar Min built the fortress of Bagan with 12gateways. The meaning of the “Tharaba” is “The Gate which can prevent the arrows of the enemy”. On each side of the gate, there have spirits guards of Min Maha Giri (the brother) and Namadaw (the sister). They were brutally killed by the king lest the mighty brother would become a rival to the throne. The images are still kept in the gate shrines and given respect by the people of Bagan and the neighboring area.

Ananda Temple

   bagan-03Ananda temple is the great land mark of Bagan civilization. It was built by King Kyansitta in 1091 and it was one of the largest, best preserved, finest and revered of the Bagan temples. There are four huge Buddha images in standing position, facing in four different directions and a series of eighty relieves depicting the early stages of the Buddha's life from the Birth to His Enlightenment. Facing outward from the centre of the cube, you can see Bagan-style four standing Buddha images. Facing north and south are original images and the other two images are replacements. This Temple is the "mother of all temples" in Bagan, containing representative works of all the arts, architecture, glazed plaques, woodcarvings, stucco, terra cotta and stone sculptures found in all Myanmar temples.

Okkyaung Monastery

   bagan-04Ananda Okkyaung Monastery was called Brick Monastery. It was situated in the compound of Ananda Temple. The inside wall of Okkyaung monastery were covered in 18th century painting depicting Buddha’s life and elements.

Thatbinnyu Temple

   That Binn Nyu temple is the highest temple in Baga. It is the brick masonry and was built by King Alaungsithu around the 12th century. The structure contained of two huge cubes; the lower one merges into the upper with three diminishing terrace from which a sikhara rises. The centre of the lower cube is solid, serving as a foundation for the upper temple which is house and easterly direction of Buddha figure. There are two tires windows in each storey. Huge arches with flamboyant pediments, making the interior bright and allowing a breeze to flow through. >Monks were stayed in the first two stories of this great temple. The third level has housed images and the fourth level was a library. At the top was a stupa containing holy relic narrow internal stairway leads to the three upper-most terraces.

Nat Hlaung Kyaung

   Nat Hlaung Kyaung was situated west of Thatbyinnyu and inside the temple, there has the old city walls was the only remaining Hindu temple in Bagan. It was believed to be built during (A.D 931-964). In the early days of Bagan, people used to believe in Hinduism, and worshipped Vishu, Brahman and around the outside wall are figures of the "ten Avatars",. King Anawrahta brought Theravada Buddhism to Bagan with the conquest of Thaton, and made the Hinduism vanish. It is one of the earliest of the Bagan temples.

Nga Kywena Daung Paya

   This was the Pyu type brick masonry stupa. On the external walls and each face had been carved in brick the ten misadventures of Vishnu. An emormous brick mass surrounded classically bricks that decorated at the center of the temple.

Shwe Gu Gyi Temple

   The Shwe Gu Gyi Temple was built by Kin Alaungsithu in 1132 AD. The pilasters, arch-pediments, cornice and plinth molding are decorated with fine stucco carvings, evident of Myanmar architecture of the early 12th Century. It is famous for the last day of a great king who was a noted sea traveler. When he was seriously ill, his son quickly removed him from the golden palace to this temple. The dying king, on his death bed, miraculously regained consciousness.But it was too late that the son immediately came down from the palace and suffocated him with a pillow. Shwegugyi has not much left to see.

Gaw Daw Palin Temple

   The Gawdawpalin temple was built during the reign of Narapatisithu (1173-1212). It is one of the most elegant and courteous temples of bagan. But it was very badly damaged by the earthquake in 1975. The large eastward-facing two story temple set on low platform in the center of a wall enclosure with four gateways. It is about 60 meters high. When visitors can see fine view over the ruins of the Bagan and the mighty Ayeyarwaddy River over the temple.

Myoe Daung Monastery

   It is the oldest and the finest monastery and it located in the north of Old Bagan. The compound has two monasteries, numerous pyathats, pavilions, rest house and ancillary buildings.

Archaeological Museum

   bagan-05 The Archeological museum is located near the Gawdawpalin temple. There has a variety collection of more than 2200 items including Buddha images with different posture (Mudra) which was made of (gold, silver, bronze, tone and wood), paintings of pagodas, stucco pieces, terra-cotta cup and pots are displayed. Bagan Archeological museum is the best place to see numerous archeological items in clay, wood, and sandstone, glazed ceramic, lacquer and metal etc. The many styles of traditional hairdressing ways of Bagan women during Bagan period (1044-1287) are shown in the museum. The museum is every day open of 9 AM at 4:30PM close on Monday and gazette holidays.

Myazedi lithographed inscription of four languages in Pali, Pyu, Mon, and Myanmar was known as the rosette stone of Myanmar and depicting the story of "Gyu-byauk-gyi" temple.

Dhamma Yan Gyi Temple

   bagan-06 Dhamma Yan Gyi Temple was built by King Narathu(1167-70) who also known as Kalagya Min means “ The King was killed by Indians”. The temple is the best temple in Bagan and the design similar to the Ananda temple but loss of delicate. There has four extraordinary temples in Bagan, among them Dhammayangyi temple is well known for the mass and thickness of the temple. The masonry work of this temple so remarkable that even a needle cannot penetrate between two bricks of that temple. The Dhamma Yan Gyi temple is said to rank as the finest in Bagan because of the interlocking, mortar-less brickwork on the upper terraces. The temple has six terraces and the main structure was the plan of a pyramidal shape. The highest terraces and hidden stairways leading to them are now off limits to visitors.

Bupaya Pagoda

   Bupaya stand on the bank of Irrawady River and it is a clearly visible landmark for travelers along the river. The cylindrical Pyu style stupa is said to be the oldest pagoda in Bagan and built around 3rd ceutury AD. The Pagoda was tumbled into the river in 1975 earthquake but now has been rebuilt completely like the original structure. This pagoda is gourd fruit shape and favorite spot for visitors to watch the sunset.

Sulamani Temple

   Sulamani Temple is one of the attractions and destinations in Bagan and the name of the temple means Crowning Jewel or Small Ruby. The temple was built by King “Narhapati-Sithu” in 1183. Sulamani Temple was the first and most architecture temple in Bagan. The temple is similar to Htilominlo and the Gawdawpalin in structure but Sulamani temple was better interior lighting. The feature of the temple includes tine brickwork and uses the stone in both load-bearing areas are vulnerable external corner elements that painted with fines watercolor type of painting and that are still can be seen today. The external walls are decorated buy stucco and pilaster and glazed lotus flower of green and yellow colors. The temple is like cave and massive in structure and Superb architectural works of art was decorated at entrance.

Mingalar Zedi Pagoda

   Mingalar Zedi Pagoda was built by King Narathihapatae in 1256-1287. The pagoda is the ultimate pagoda of the Bagan dynasty. In Myanmar language “MingalarZedi” means “Auspicious Pagoda”. When the pagoda was in progress there was a bad news or prophecy that is “when the pagoda is completed the kingdom will be ended” thus why the King stopped all the construction for pagoda but lately, the King understand “nothing is stable” so he had to continue for Pagoda. Ten years later, the King was run away from Bagan because of colonize by Mongols.

Shwe San Daw Pagoda

   bagan-07 The ShweSanTaw Pagoda was built by King “Anawrahta” in 1057. ”ShweSanTaw” is the same meaning with “Golden Hair of the Buddha” in Myanmar language. it was brought from Thaton. There have five terraces to the stupa top. This pagoda is the Bagan’s most famous to viewing sunset at the top of the five terraces. This pagoda is interesting for the fine wall paintings of scenes from the Jataka. The dome of the pagoda is really impressing to visitors which are decorated with glazed plaques. The corner of the terrace has a Hindu statue which is known as “Mahapeine”. This pagoda is the first monument in Bagan because of the base of the pagoda is square shape and the top of the pagoda is round shape. The “Hti” was hit by earthquake and lying on the ground in pagoda compound. For the visitors to see the sunset view of the Bagan is very unique and wonderful at ShweSanTaw Pagoda.

GuByaukGyi Temple (Myinkaba)

   GuByaukKyi Temple is located at the Myinkaba district. This temple was built in A.D 1113 by King Kyansitthar and Queen Thanbula’s son Razakumara. When the King Kyansittha is not well health the King Razakumara made a golden Buddha and donated for his father. This is Indian style temple which is built with large shrine. This temple is very famous for its wall painting designs, which is covering the wall of entrance, passageway and the sanctum. This is early period temple but still well maintain to the inside of temple. The visitors can see the wall painting about the life stories of Buddha. The visitors can also learn the cultural, life style and traditions during Bagan dynasty from these wall paintings.

Htilominlo Temple

   bagan-08The Htilominlo Temple is the one of the last and largest temple in Bagan. It was built by King Nandaungmyar (Htilominlo) in A.D 1211-1230. It is located in Nyaung U and Wetkyi In district of Bagan. Among the five sons, the King Nandaungmyar was observed to choosen as a crown prince by the King Narapati Sithu. In Mon language “Htilominlo” means “Blessing of the three worlds”. Outside of the temple decorated with fine plaster carving and glazed sandstone. Inside, the temple high is 46 meter. This temple design is a little similar with Sulamini Temple. This temple is two story building and there are four Buddha image upper and lower floors. The quality of architect is really good, who he was designed with rare and unique technique.

Dhammayazika Pagoda

   The name of the Dhammayazika Pagoda means in pali language “pertaining the King of Law”. This pagoda was built by King Narapati Sithu in 1198. It is located in Phwar Saw village, southern part of Bagan. This pagoda is looks alike with Shwezigone pagoda. The pagoda has the three terraces but this is not the same with others square terrace its pentagonal shape. At this place decorated with glazed Jataka plaques. There is a small Buddha image temple each side of the pagoda. In 1197 the King Narapati Sithu received the four Buddha image from Sri Lanka and built the pagoda.

Shwezigone Pagoda

  bagan-09 The King Anawrahta was starting built this pagoda but it is not completed, the King Kyansittha was built in 1084. The Shwezigone Pagoda is the one of the most attractive pagoda among the others sour famous pagoda. The pagoda is located between Wetkyi In and Nyaung U region. The King Kyansittha thought to build his palace near the Pagoda. The King Anawrahta brought the Buddha’s tooth replica and collar bones from srikhitra( pyu capital near pyay)and brought to Bagan with white elephant. At that time the king wished he will build the pagoda where the white elephant knelt down place. It is built with sandstones which is get from “Tu Ywin Taung” This pagoda is bell shape and oldest pagoda in Bagan. This pagoda’s festival celebrates from late October and early November. During the festival, full moon day of Tasaungmone, a rice offering always have been made no one come to pagoda early morning.

Pahtothamaya Temple

   Refer to history, the pagoda was built by non historical King Taungthugyi, some archeologist said that built was King Sawlu because of the wall paintings. The temple is similar with Mon style inside but temple was reconstructed by King Kyansittha in 1113. the building is looks like “Pyu” style. The window was built by stone and there have lotus bud sikhara.

Payathonzu Temple

   The name of the pagoda is same meaning with the “three same size pagoda”. The height, appearance and size are same. This monument has been built in 13th century. In high season the visitors need to appointment to inspection. Usually the pagoda is open for group tours.

Mahabodhi Temple

   bagan-10This temple is erected by King Nandaungmya, the Mahabodhi temple is the same name with Bodhgaya in India. The high is 140 feet and two story building. All are built with brick. And the design is square shape and pyramidal tower. At the top of the pagoda have the spire and umbrella. Inside the temple the visitors can see beautiful stuccos figures with birds and nats.

Pitakat Taik

   Pitakat Taik means the library for the Buddha’s prophesied and scriptures. It was built in 1058 and repaired in 1738. It is square building and stone windows are notable for visitors.

Abeyadana Temple

   This temple was built by King Kyansittha in A.D 1102-1103. The most attraction are still exist in this temple these are inner wall paintings. Inside the temple has large brick seated Buddha image. At the north entrance the wall are presenting with painted pictures 550 jatakas.

Tantkyi Taung or Tantkyi Hill

   It is located on the western side of the Ayeyarwaddy River the other side of Bagan. At the Tantkyi hill has the lying Buddha image and the pagoda is well maintained. The visitors need to take about half a day to visit this place. The Tantkyi Taung wasl built during A.D 1059 by King Anarawhta.

Lawkananda Pagoda

   This pagoda was built by King Anawrahta during his reign in 1059. This pagoda is located near the eastern Ayeyarwaddy river. There have three octagonal terraces among them two of the terraces are connected with short staircase. This pagoda is enshrined in Buddha tooth relic in Bagan. The Ayeryarwaddy river side and sunset view are the unforgettable memory for visitors.

Manuha Temple

   This pagoda is located from the south part of the Bagan. The King Manuha was built in A.D 1067. This name of the temple is given by King Manuha’s name. Ancient time in Bagan all of the Kings, Queens, Prince and princess built pagodas anysize thus why King Manuha also want to built a temple but he don’t have money so he sold his Manaw Maya jewel to rich people from Myinkaba village and built this large seated Buddha image. There is an also huge and 90 foot long. In 1975 the pagoda was hit by earthquake and collapsed the central roof and badly damage to the pagoda and repaired the pagoda since there.

Nan Phaya Temple

   Nan Phaya temple was built in 12th century and King Narapati Sithu’s Son-In-Law. This temple is rare and unique style among the temples it was built with sandstone and brick. This pagoda is situated south of the Manuha Temple. The pagoda which is built with sandstone has only four pagodas there are Shwezigone, Kyauk Ku U Min, Sek Ku Taik and the other one is Nan Phaya Temple. The structure of this pagoda is really unique. This inner wall is built with baked brick and the outer wall is built with sandstones. This pagoda’s design is similar with Hindu style. This temple is an example of workmanship from the early Bagan period.

Nyaung Market, Bagan

   Nyaung U Market is located in Nyaung U village, Bagan. It is nearly with the famous of Pagoda Shwezigon Temple. This is the local market to the northeast of Bagan. It is one of the tourist sites in Bagan. You have a chance to take a great photo and also you can meet and greet with local people how their daily work is. The market separate with two parts for dry market and wet market. In Market, selling product are rattan, green tea leaves, cotton cloth, other cloth and Myanmar delicious food.

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Mt.Popa

   Mt.Popa, a 1,500 meter extinct volcano, about 60 km south east of Bagan is home of Myanmar’s “nats”- a collection of 37 supernatural begins. Mt.Popa considered the residence of most powerful Nats (spirit) and the most important Nat worship center and is a primacy pilgrimage destination. Twice yearly, thousands of people will assemble here to attend the nats festival to honor these spirits. It can be done day return trip from Bagan. It is well-known as the oasis of the central Myanmar dry zone.

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Salay

   One of the ancient and richest Myanmar cultural towns is Salay. Drving range from Salay to Bagan is takes only 20 miles (15 kilometers) to the south. Salay is located in Magwe division of central Myanmar. It is lying on the east bank of Ayeyarwaddy River. Salay have hundred ruins of pagoda like Bagan but the design, archeologists and history of pagoda are not similar with Bagan. In Salay, the visitors can visit to plentiful of ancient monasteries where can be seen very graceful woodcarvings monasteries and colonial style buildings. By seeing this decorating the visitors can know the miracle art work of Myanmar.

Sale Yoke Sone Kyaung

   In Salay one of the tourists attraction place is the Sale Yoke Sone Kyaung. The monastery is the oldest wooden monastery in Salay and most beautiful ones in Myanmar. This monastery is built with all teak and splendid carvings featuring with traditional. Its also has many collection of Buddha statues made with different materials like wood, silver, bronze and palm leave scripts.

U Pone Nya Museum

The U Pone Nya Museum also included in popular place of Salay it is decorated with antique lacquer wares and wooden relief. The King Mindon was donated this monastery in 1879 and has many original poem writings of poet U Pon Nya in late Konbaung period. The poet U Pon Nya is very popular in legend his poem are really precious and valuable for Myanmar. He was famous in Salay thus why people called “Salay U Pon Nya”. The huge sitting post Buddha image also made with lacquer. This Buddha image is also known as Yun Phaya.

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ACL-186, Mr. Alfredo Postiglione & Party (Italy) (Visited in Nov’16)
Very interesting trip.
https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g294191-d6491589-r437853883-ACL_Travels_Day_Tour_in_Yangon-Yangon_Rangoon_Yangon_Region.html#REVIEWS

ACL-193, Mrs. Marina Ceccherini (Italy) (Visited in Nov’2016)
The organization have been very good and flexible, the itinerary has filled all our requests, nothing to improve.
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ACL-175, Mr. Anthony Michele Sundram & Mrs. Mori Junko Sundram (Japan) (Visited in Jun’2016)
Thank you for the good arrangement and good care throughout the tour in Myanmar.
Enjoyed Myanmar very much and had a wonderful experience and memory.

ACL-177, Mr. Chentrea Khem & Party (Cambodia) (Visited in Jun’2016)
We had no regretted using ACL, to organize our resent trip to Yangon, Myanmar.
Their experienced travel experts tailor made our itinerary to suit our requirements.
Their guide was at hand to meet us all the destinations. Guide spoke good Chinese and knowledgeable, not only about the sites visited but also the culture of local people.
We will not hesitate to use ACL in the future and will also recommend to my friends.

ACL-180, Mr. Mohammad Golam Mustafa family (Bangladesh) (Visited in Jul’2016)
Nicely organized tour. We are happy. Will recommend others to take your services.

ACL – 149 Lauren Hobson (Australia) (Visited in Sep’2015)
We have had a fantastic time. People are so friendly and kind. Thank you.

ACL – 150 Delen Family (Netherlands) (Visited in Aug’2015)
Super friendly, concerned in a good way and very involved in our well beings available. The daily calls were a highlight. ACL’s tour operator speaks good English, very kind personal general and took care of our every need.
We will recommend ACL as a very good partner for travelling in Myanmar with our friends and colleges.

ACL – 152 Mr. Theodorus Fikke (Netherlands) (Visited in Sep’2015)
We had a great trip with ACL through Myanmar. We had a great time the tour is set up smartly to give a good impression of Myanmar and each next day touring was better than the day before so “The Best” was kept for the last being: Inle Lake.

ACL – 162 Mr. Sergey Rumyantsev (Russia)(Visited in Dec’2015)
We are glad to work with your company because in all points we find guides and drivers was successful. We wish you prosperity.

ACL – 160 Ms. Elizabeth Timlin (Ireland) (Visited in Feb’2016)
I will recommend ACL to others. Very efficient & well organized.

ACL – 168 Dr. Muhammad H. Haque (England) (Visited in Feb’2016)
ACL organized our trip with the good services.

ACL – 157 Mr. Jeffrey Gate & Mrs. Kaylene Gate (Australia) (Visited in Feb’2016)
Even though we both got sick, on our tour we both enjoyed Myanmar and also ACL guides & help and genuine concern. Thank you.

ACL – 165 Mr. Dirk Schneider (Germany) (Visited in Apr’2016)
Great & very interesting tour through Myanmar. ACL recommended very good itinerary and we were provided with excellent guides. We really enjoyed our time and will be back.

ACL –169 & ACL - 171 Mrs. Martha Fritzsche Family& Mr. Andrea Kremla Family (Germany) (Visited in Mar’2016)
We satisfied with ACL services.

ACL – 174 Mrs. Terah Bromley Family (USA) (Visited in May’2016)
This trip was absolutely perfect. It all exceeded my expectations. ACL’s operator was very accommodating to our family. He was extremely helpful, kind and patient and took us everywhere we needed to go. Excellent experiences. I will highly recommend ACL to all my friends. Thank you.

We had a wonderful and fantastic new year holiday in Myeik. Thanks to you all for a very professional and caring services from your travel agency, for arranging our flights and hotel. You guys are very responsive.
The hotel you recommended is absolutely great! They are very friendly and accomodating to our needs. They picked up and dropped us off at the airport and adding to that they also arranged a wonderful trip to jackfruit island.
Again, thank you for the recommendation! We will definitely recommend your services to our friends and acquaintances.
Happy New Year! Wishing you all the very best.

Best regards,
Chris and Nidia

We so enjoyed working with ACL and were delighted with the private custom package they put together for us, well within our budget. The guides were all accommodating and very knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. Hotels excellent, great locations and met our American standards. We had so many personal experiences. In Bagan we did a Rotary service project of buying food for a month to feed 74 orphaned boys. In Mandalay I had the opportunity to assist in feeding monks at a College monastery. In Mogok we were invited to have lunch at a relative’s home of our guide. We truly had the opportunity of being and enjoying the warm friendly people of Myanmar and getting to know their fascinating culture.
The office personal of ACL, offer good and prompt communication via email and spoke good English with our phone calls. I highly recommend using this company.

Joseph and Patricia Wolfe
Scottsdale, AZ USA

After living in Vietnam for 5 years we are very impressed with your service , it is so much better than any company we ever used there. We will use you again and recommend you to others.

Mr. Scott and Ms. Cathi Sheppard (ACL- 115 )
Australian

Everything weat very well. Thank You .

Mr. John Stephen (ACL- 109 )
Australian

I would recommend better hotel in Yangon .All other parts of the trip were corresponding my expectations.

Mr. Peter Kolar (ACL- 100 )
Czech

Great service with visa on available ,pick up from airport and car ,drive and guide organized well overall very happy and would recommend to other.

Mr.Wayne and Ms. Michelle Green (ACL-103)
Australian

We were not sure what to expect from ACL when we booked our tour as there was not very much information available when we were looking for an agency. We chose them based on a recommendation on the TA forum and found them to be very helpful and very quick in sending responses ...

Mr Jo and Ms.Ellis (ACL – 75)
Australian

I am compelled to write this review as our trip to Myanmar was done without a hitch. That is due to the professional, friendly service that we received from ACL. From the moment we arrived to our departure the trip was perfect. We wanted to see the sights, meet the people, ...

GSK Truckee (ACL- 98)
Califorina

Well.... Although I am a Myanmar , I had never been to Bagan before. I always wanted to visit there with a tour company not only for convenience but also to learn more about architectural background of pagodas form a professional Bagan tour guide. As a normal Myanmar people ...

Ms.Khin Su Aye
Myanmar

Three weeks touring Myanmar on an individual basis (couple) with transportation, guides and hotels were fantastically organized and supervised by ACL. The quality and flexibility as well as the very competent team and personal contact with the manager and his staff could not ...

Verena (ACL – 55)
French

We wanted to travel to Myanmar 'our way' and for sure Yangon is a must.Try to cross the river to discover that part of the city too. I recommend to visit the Shwedagon pagoda at the end of the day. That way, you can admire it in day light as well as at dark with artificial ...

Peter (ACL – 82)
Belgium

Great service, personal touch, attention to details and travel wisdom from this travel agency. No wonder they won a top award in 2014.Recommended for all travel arrangements, including flights and hotels. Very professional ...

Happy Sheep
China

2nd trip to Myanmar and this time I arranged my tour through ACL. I can't recommend their service enough. Personalised tour and they couldn't be more helpful. Complete attention to detail. 5 star ...

Mr. Justin Tate (ACL – 99)
British

We had such an enjoyable time in Myanmar, the country far exceeded our expectations and I hope that we can make another trip in the near future.

What really made the trip special are the guides that you provided for us. They were all knowledgeable and showed a genuine desire to share the Myanmar culture. Transportation was first rate. Cars were well maintained and drivers safe. Accommodations were what we requested as well. We can highly recommend Viewpoint in Bagan and Bayview in Inle. Panorama was as we requested and adequate for a one night stay in Yangon.

I also want to thank you for your prompt responses to my many requests. In the end, after consulting with 4 different travel agents, I chose ACL because of your prompt and detailed responses. I knew we made the right choice when you hadn't received the wire transfer, yet were so patient and accommodating while I dealt with the situation in the US from Shanghai! I will post on Trip Advisor about my great experience with ACL.

Jezuba, I hope to be contacting you soon to plan our next trip!

Mr. Terrence lee Crandall & Mrs. Sharlene Tan Crandall
US Citizens

Love the whole trip! We had a great time here.

Mr. Atli Mar Sveinssdn & Mrs. Ada Jiang
Icelandic & Chinese Citizen

We appreciated to all the tour arrangement & the services given to us are quite good, we are happy & satisfied. Thank you.

Mr. Phaudy Pangar & Mrs. Meicy Tunggara
Indonesia

We were really impressed with how accommodating ACL has been. It is nice that you call and check up with us and that you are so quick to respond to email. I will be recommending ACL in the internet to tourists.
Very organized, very reliable, trust worthy, helpful
Can recommend to anyone & we would use you again..

Mr. James D. Gauer (ACL- 80)
Canada

We have considered your company has organized an excellent holiday for our family. Using tour guides who are from the local area has meant the guides have been able to recommend restaurant and provides information at our request. The guides have all been excellent and the transport has been excellent. All of this has been helpful in providing a very interesting holiday to a fantastic county.

Mrs. Cecilia Mary Browne (ACL-63)
British

We have recently returned from a 9 night / 10 day holiday in Myanmar. Our group consisted of my wife, our two sons aged 25 and 23 and myself. We used a local travel company called Asia Central Link Co. LTD ( ACL )They helped us plan the trip and provided a very detailed itinerary from Yangoon- Bagan- Mandalay- Pindaya- Inle- Yangoon. The trip include transport in an air-conditioned people carrier with a driver, local, English speaking guides for each destination, 3* accommodation, including breakfast, 3 internal flights, a 3 day / 2 night river cruise aboard the Irrawaddy Princess II and a complimentary farewell meal. Each place we visited had a full itinerary for local places of interest and were explained in the greatest of detail by our helpful guides.
When it came to the end of the holiday, ACL asked us to complete an evaluation form about every aspect of the holiday, which our group did together to ensure we included everyone's perspective. We rated everything as excellent, which I am sure you will appreciate takes some doing for a tour company.
In terms of planning the trip ACL, were very helpful and flexible; there was a sense of good timing and efficiency when planning and then delivering the holiday.

We would highly recommend the use of Asia Central Link CO. LTD.

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowTopic-g294190-i9408-k6600223-o20-Recommended_Agents-Myanmar.html

Mr. John Jame Hickey (ACL-63)
British

Very impressed by A.C.L – Guides were almost always waiting at airport with clear signs which made the trip hassle-free. Appreciated a checkup care half way through trip. It would be a good idea to give customers a list of tours & prices. That, A.C.L can organize in each location as soon as customers are met. We used locally arranged guides as information was clearer and pricing sensible.

Steve & Claudine Allen (ACL-71)
UK (Living in Thailand)

I have had a very memorable and great time in Myanmar. All of your staffs are a credit to A.C.L and would certainly recommend your tours to anyone.

David Bowron (ACL- 77)
Australian

- excellent & fast response during preparation
- Very complete website
- Excellent organization/ documentation (e.g. vouchers in envelopes, detailed program and pick up at arrival.
- ACL = a very reliable travel partner
- Excellent and customer oriented preparation
- We are very satisfied and will recommend ACL to friends
Testimonial Feedback: We traveled in Myanmar a la carte from 17 to 26 December 2013. ACL helped us with a personal and detailed preparation. The trip was very well organized with an very good and flexible service. ACL was a reliable travel partner for us.

Mr. Peter Hubrecht (ACL-83)
Belgium

We had a wonderful time and really enjoyed ACL's kindness, efficiency and reliability.

Testimonial Feedback: A really worthwhile cultural tour, interesting sites, good hotels, friendly guides, and last but not least an extraordinary well organized trip through ACL who were extremely reliable, helpful and competent.

Mr. Jean Marie Henri Virgile and
Mrs. Verena Maria Margarethe (ACL -55)
Switzerland

ACL organized our trip to upper Myanmar and we are very pleased with their service. They contacted us to make sure all was well and willing to make changes. I would recommend them to my friend and relative.

ACL-40/ Kelli Wong
(United State)

Very Helpful, persistent really good service. Without them, our trip in Myanmar would not be as enjoyable. I would highly recommend ACL to my friends who need a travel operator while visiting Myanmar.

ACL-47/ Mr. Steve Tzuu Liang
( United State )

Absolutely the most helpful group for traveling in Myanmar. No matter the issue or problem or time of day, ACL was always there to help us out and give us personal care.

ACL-47/ Ms. Chelsea Erin Annas
( United State )

Our Myanmar Tour was well organize and follow at every step by ACL to ensure our will being and satisfaction

ACL-49/ Mr. Ridings Keith &
Ms. Morris Julieirene (British)

Excellent tour very attractive and helpful tour company, People are so friendly and warm, Country are very beautiful..
Looking forward to returning next year
Thank you A.C.L

Philipp Laureston (ACL-85)
British Citizen

The trip was outstanding. The guides really helped us gain an understanding of the culture. The planning was great, we made it everywhere as scheduled. There were not any problems. It could not have been better.

Mr. Jerry Nelon (ACL-87)
U.S.A

We have enjoyed our trip to Myanmar very much..
The Pagoda are wonderful, the country has so much to see, and the climate at that time of the year is perfect for us. We are happy to have learnt more about Myanmar and we are hopeful for to future. Thank you ACL for making trip with your wonderful attention to us and very professional organization . Thank you so much for all….

Susan Laureston (ACL-85)
British Citizen

Asia Central Link is not only one of the best Asian Travel agency, but for sure one of the best in the world. According to our experience is the best. We had experienced until now. We want to congratulate all the team Managers, Guides, Drivers for our amazing trip, was ACL of you that propose this beautiful dream.
“Myanmar is more than a country. It is a reflex of our own soul”. Thanks so much ACL..

Mr. Bruno Miguel Nunes Costa Saruga &
Ms. Ana Filipa Neves Saruga Costa
(ACL-73)
Portuguese

On the whole a great trip, good services will certainly recommend to lots of people.
Thank you so much A.C.L..

Mrs. Anju Gupta, Mr. Subhash Bhaita & Ms. Cauri Bhaita (ACL-90)
U.S.A

We had such an enjoyable time in Myanmar, the country far exceeded our expectations and I hope that we can make another trip in the near future.

What really made the trip special are the guides that you provided for us. They were all knowledgeable and showed a genuine desire to share the Myanmar culture. Transportation was first rate. Cars were well maintained and drivers safe. Accommodations were what we requested as well. We can highly recommend Viewpoint in Bagan and Bayview in Inle. Panorama was as we requested and adequate for a one night stay in Yangon.

I also want to thank you for your prompt responses to my many requests. In the end, after consulting with 4 different travel agents, I chose ACL because of your prompt and detailed responses. I knew we made the right choice when you hadn't received the wire transfer, yet were so patient and accommodating while I dealt with the situation in the US from Shanghai! I will post on Trip Advisor about my great experience with ACL.

Jezuba, I hope to be contacting you soon to plan our next trip!

Mr. Terrence lee Crandall & Mrs. Sharlene Tan Crandall
US Citizens

Love the whole trip! We had a great time here.

Mr. Atli Mar Sveinssdn & Mrs. Ada Jiang
Icelandic & Chinese Citizen

Love the whole trip! We had a great time here.

Mr. Atli Mar Sveinssdn & Mrs. Ada Jiang
Icelandic & Chinese Citizen

We appreciated to all the tour arrangement & the services given to us are quite good, we are happy & satisfied. Thank you.

Mr. Phaudy Pangar & Mrs. Meicy Tunggara
Indonesia  

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