• A day visit in Bagan visit without temples
  • Communities’ involvement in Tourism
  • 4×4 wheel off-road to dry zone Anyar villages near Bagan, stunning countyrside
  • Thanakha plantation to visit (unique traditional Myanmar make-up)
  • Black soya bean paste production workshop
  • Village walk to see Barber-shop and wooden slipper maker
  • Alms, robes and cash offering at Thein Ywar Village Monastery (sometimes Dhamma school is open and nearly 100 kids study Buddhism)
  • Monastery lunch for the guests and charity
  • Hidden stories of King Anawrahta’s Buddha Image and Shin Arahan Ordination Hall
  • Bo Cho’s village visit (Myanmar hero who bravely fought colonial invaders)
  • Pottery workshop and demonstration, guests can participate in making pots
  • Sat Sat Yo Village visit to meet kids with traditional Myanmar hair knot
  • Palm sugar and tamarind production villages
  • Field visit and learn farmers’ ways of life, palm juice, peanut and peanut oil productions
  • Discover Anyar culture and traditions

Price per person in USD:

1 Pax: 210
2 Pax: 125
3-4 Pax: 95
5-7 Pax: 85
8-15 Pax: 75

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Day 1

Discover Anyar Villages starts at around 8am from the hotel in Bagan. Visitor will discover several dry zone villages outside of Bagan. Everything is still in origin, calm, quiet and the atmosphere is filled with peace. It’s rich with Anyar traditions and culture; the way they live without running water and electricity, the fields and palm groves where they work, sesame plantation, peanut plantation, palm sugar making, soya bean paste production and people are smiley and sincere who warmly welcome us visiting to their villages. Perfect choice for those who like to avoid temples for a day after they have seen many temples in Bagan. Bagan is indeed the richest archaeological sites in whole Myanmar and it’s great to visit 2-3 days. One of the days is excellent to add on this off-road adventure trip to Anyar villages by Four- wheel drive. A fantastic combination to discover insightful Anyar culture, its traditions and ways of life of the people. Visitors will have great opportunities to be in contact with these sincere, simple and friendly villagers. They can also enjoy the stunning countryside, scenic ride, adventure Four-wheel drive, and see beautiful palm groves along the way. This is such a fabulous day escape from Bagan. Anyar traditional ways of living by farming, making pottery, palm juice, palm sugar, black bean paste production and other home-made stuffs visitors can see. Myanmar unique Thanakha plantation, Burmese kids with traditional Myanmar hair knot in Sat Sat Yo Village, peanut oil production, and hidden stories King Anawrahta and Shin Arahan will be heard, and also about hero Bo Cho. This is absolutely experience-rich travel and truly in touch with communities from remote Anyar villages. At the same time our guides and visitors will have chances to buy souvenirs from these low-income and disadvantaged people. End of the day, driving back to Bagan and relax on a boat trip over Ayeyarwaddy River with snacks and drinks.


  • All transfers and transport as per the program with a private 4x4 wheel car
  • Monastery lunch in Thein Ywar Village
  • Service English speaking stationed guide
  • Supporting to soya bean paste production workshop
  • Tipping to pottery workshop family
  • Supporting to hair dresser
  • Supporting to wooden slipper maker
  • Donation to Thein Ywar village monastery with cash, robes and kinds
  • Alms giving to the village monks
  • Giving gifts to village kids (over 100 kids)
  • Water, drinks and snacks
  • Cold towel
  • Boat trip


  • Insurance
  • Accommodation
  • Entrance fees in Bagan
  • Personal expenses
  • All drinks
  • Visa fees and/or visa authorization
  • Tips
  • Other expenses that not mentioned on the itinerary