Best Hotels in Bagan

In Bagan, there are about 130 hotels in Old Bagan and New Bagan area, Nyaung Oo Township, Myanmar.Accommodation in Bagan are located in three main areas such as Nyaung U to the northeast, Old Bagan to the northwest and New Bagan to the southwest.

Where to stay in Bagan?

When you visit to Bagan, you might want to stay around in Ancient City and Ancient Pagodas and we recommend you to get the hotel near Old Bagan area. As Bagan is one of the popular tourist attraction places in Southeast Asia region, hotels rates are slightly expensive than other Ancient Cities. Check out our listings of hotels in Bagan and find the right accommodation for you: whether it is for business, family or just plain fun, you’re sure to find the right place to stay.



Nyaung U has the bulk of the budget accommodation where the transport links are located (airport and bus station) and a variety of accommodation, from mid-range to luxury, with some excellent deals to be found on hotels, especially during low season. There are also some big posh hotels located on the road from Nyaung U to New Bagan.

Old Bagan caters to the more upmarket traveller where the majority of temples can be found, as well as some restaurants and hotels, which tend to be on the expensive side. If you want to stay as close as possible to the main temples and not have far to travel to the historical site, then this is your best bet.

New Bagan has the midrange digs that tend to appeal to tour groups and was apparently built to resettle the population from Old Bagan to make way for the tourist development in this area. It’s where the majority of cheaper guesthouses can be found and has a few temples dotted around, but not as much atmosphere as Old Bagan.

Published on January 8th, 2019

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