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Minnanthu Village, Bagan

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  • Small village that offers a good insight into rural life. Quiet and well worth seeing. We were led by a young woman. The village is not overrun by tourists. Of course, there are corresponding shops for visitors.
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  • If you want to see how the local make the painting, longyi (traditional fabric for women) and cherrot (cigarette with corn leaf) you can go here. But be informed that the local that will guide you fro...  more »
  • Okay, so it was a little staged, but this village gave an excellent insight into the life and times of the people around Bagan. The craftwork, the houses, the equipment were all plenty authentic. We w...  more »
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  • A village houses 125 families and they are equipped with mainly the making of sand artworks, scarf weaving, minnanthu village cigar. End of tour, the villagers will ask you for monetary gratitude which said to be their customary traditions for each foreigners leaving the village. No obligations in buying and they are absolutely friendly. Tourist trap or not will depends on how you see it.
  • This is a local village being entrepreneurial and showing visitors around. It's a nice break from the temples and a good way to see traditional village life. It's always good to support the locals.
  • The place prides itself as a real village you can visit close to Bagan. Here you can shop for lacquerware. There are a few traditional restaurants here, and apparently a Doctor as well. Otherwise, if you have time then come, if not you're not missing out on anything.
  • Traditional Bagan village, but nothing much to see besides more disintegrating pagodas. They have small Burmese restaurant.
  • A small village near the village temple. There is a village tour to see lacquer and weaving techniques and a small local family run food place