When the sun starts setting in Bagan, everybody is is in a rush on their bicycles to get to one of the popular temples to watch the sunset.
You can see a spectacular sunset from almost any temple.
The views are not only stunning from the top of a temple, but also from the ground like in this picture.
Bright red sky just after the sun has dissapeared.
Buddha inside one of Bagan’s temples with his hands in “No Fear” position.
Ngwe Saung Beach is known for its twin rock stupas.
It’s the second beach closest to Yangon, just a 5 hours drive. The closest one is Chaung Tha, which is very popular among locals. The most popular beach in Myanmar for foreign tourists is Ngapali, which despite being far from Yangon is serviced by regular flights.
Ngwe Saung Beach is a 15 km long beach with fine white sand and clear blue sea.
At the shore of Ngwe Saung Beach you can always find crabs working hard digging a path to their nests. As they go about their work they create hundreds of balls from the removed sand. These are placed around the entrance to the nest in a spiral shape to protect it.
Colourful dragon-fly flying over a crab’s nest.
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