Renting an e-bike is a MUST in Bagan and it is one of the best ways to explore Bagan. Hire an e-bike for a day at Myanmar Treasure Resort, Bagan and it will enable you to go where you want and have an adventure. It will be easier to cover big distances this way and get to the more outlying pagodas. The Bagan Archaeological zone covers an area of 13 x 8 km and although the main roads are tarmac, there are also many sand roads which are much easier to negotiate on an e-bike than on a normal bicycle. Instead of sweating from the exertion of cycling, you will cool off while riding your e-bike.
One of the best choices is to spend an evening in the cultural atmosphere of Bagan, inspired by the cultural richness of Myanmar, reflecting the fascinating history through dance. Enjoy an evening of cultural performance with our Myanmar Traditional Folk Dance from 12 ethnic groups –Shan Traditional dance, Prince dance, Kayin Folk dance, Myanmar Parasol dance, U Shwe Yoe and Daw Moe, Traditional Nat (Spirits) dance and the list goes on.
Palm Tree Garden
The dry hot plains of Bagan looks as if only cactus would grow there. Surprisingly, the palm tree which can survive in this harsh weather makes up for other plants too delicate to live in this region. The best known product of this palm is the toddy juice, which when fresh is the sweetest cool drink; when it starts to ferment, it’s a bubbly beverage and finally, it turns into the best vinegar. There was much poetry written in ancient literature about the bliss of drinking the bubbly toddy juice, even now, it is a treat the lads still enjoy after a hard day’s work. Take the time to enjoy our Palm Tree garden when you visit Myanmar Treasure Resort, Bagan. Remember to ask our Bartender to serve you our signature cocktail made with the toddy spirit.