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One hour from Bagan by a light truck car that will carry us and a bike together, we’ll get to the Nga Tha Yauk village. On the way can stop at 11th Century hidden cave to discover and we can walk inside the cave. Thanakhar plantation and the scenic ride is so stunning on the way to the village later. Start your active adventure bike journey through off road and countryside. You may stop at any village or place which striking your interest. What we can see in the villages are their locally made products such as pottery, black soya bean production, wooden slippers, frying sesame seeds, hair dresser from a village and finally we’ll get to Thein Ywar where we’ll have a monastery lunch. Bo Cho was a very popular hero of Bagan region who bravely fought British when King Thibaw was captive in 1885. We’ll stop at the pagoda, see Bo Cho statue and Mya Kan Thar Lake. After lunch, we can visit to the King Anawrahta’s Buddha and Shin Arahan Ordination Hall which are unknown and hidden that we have discovered for you. Continue to Set Set Yo village by bike through stunning landscape. On the way can see toddy trees, sesame plantation, the scenic Mt. Popa Mountain view and etc. Small kids with hair knots (Yaung-Pae-Suu) at the village are very friendly and welcoming. The hair style they have is lost in other parts of Myanmar that we can only see in this village. At the end biking toward to the main road where we’ll meet our car and heading back to Bagan. Sunset is over the hut near Bagan with drinks and snacks.

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