Myanmar has a lot to offer a curious traveler. From sacred temples to historic sites to unspoilt beaches—there are plenty of exciting attractions to include in your itinerary. If you’re thinking to have a vacation here, make sure that you plan well for it. This guide will provide you with information you need about the attraction including the entrance fees.
Shewedagon Pagoda –One of the most popular attractions in Myanmar, this highly revered temple is located in the center of Yangon. Entrance fee is $5.
Ngapali Beach –A wonderful beach known for its clear waters and white sand, this place has everything you need to have a great time. It also offers exhilarating activities like snorkeling, kayaking and cycling. Good news is, there’s no entrance fee!
Bagan –The majestic kingdom of Bagan is made up of thousands of pagodas. Combined, they’re as big as Manhattan. The best way to explore the city is in a hot air balloon. Price is $15.
U Bein Bridge –The world’s longest wooden teak bridge can be found in Myanmar. It’s the most photographed attraction in the country. You don’t have to shell out a buck to enjoy its scenic view.
Golden Rock Pagoda – The Golden Rock Pagoda never fails to amaze. Come here and see for yourself. You’ll only need to pay $6 for the entrance fee.
Ngwesaung Beach – If you prefer something more quiet and less crowded, this is the beach for you. It’s also free like the Ngapali Beach.
Inle Lake – There are many interesting sights along the Inle Lake—vegetable gardens, houses on stilts, local fisher folks at work. Nearby, you’ll find an equally interesting stopover, which is the NgaPheKyaung. Entrance fee is $5. There is a plan to increase the fee to $10 starting October 2013.
Pindaya Cave – The most frequented cave in the country, the Pindaya Cava houses over 8,000 images of Buddha and golden monks. It only costs $3 to enter the cave.
Irrawaddy River – One of Asia’s most beautiful rivers, the Irrawaddy River is a must-see attraction during your Myanmar vacation. Here, you might be able to spot the rare Irrawaddy dolphin if you’re lucky.
Remember, all fees are subject to change without prior notice so it’s a good idea to double check with the attraction’s official website when planning your vacation. Hope you had a good read about my recommendations on my favorite Myanmar tourist attractions.