Bagan Lodge

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Why we like it

  • Beautiful location on the outskirts of Bagan’s archaeological zone
  • Intimate boutique hotel with just 82 rooms and 3 suites named after greats such as Rudyard Kipling
  • Tiffin Box, the open air restaurant serves delicious authentic Myanmar cuisine
  • The Spa offers a welcome retreat following a day exploring the temples

A&K Top Tip

Take a refreshing morning dip in the hotel pool, the perfect way to kick start a day in Bagan.

Guest Testimonial

Our A&K representative Victoria Smith (Vicky) was excellent from start to finish

- CB,Oakham



Ideally set on the edge of the archaeological zone, Bagan Lodge offers convenient access to over 10,000 Buddhist temples, pagodas and monasteries. The property offers 82 Deluxe Rooms and 3 Suites (Queen Victoria, Sommerset Maugham and Rudyard Kipling), each one blending modern day comfort with local charm.

Here the facilities are designed for those guests seeking a unique and unforgettable experience. Tiffin Box, the resorts open-air restaurant serves homemade Burmese dishes as well as western favourites with an emphasis on fresh, quality produce. Activities to enjoy here include cycling, guided pagoda tours, Ayeryarwady fishing excursions and traditional dance performances. At Bagan Lodge, the friendly personalised service is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression.


Useful info

Myanmar (Burma) Map

Best time to be there

Myanmar (Burma) has three clear seasons: from March to May are the very hot summer months, the wet and humid monsoon runs from May to October and the cold dry winter lasts from November to February. The best time of year to visit is late November early December when the rains have gone, the landscape is lush and green and the skies are crystal clear. However any time from late November to March is a good time to travel.

Fly to

Yangon (Thai Airways via Bangkok)

flying time

12 hours 55 minutes via Bangkok

time difference

GMT +6 1/2 hours

Visas

Required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area

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