Explore the temples of Bagan in a way that’s fun for the whole family. Ride around on e-scooters, find pieces of the puzzle and discover a prize at the end, like the famous ‘Escape Rooms’. Discover hidden spots between the famous temples, meet interesting locals and let the children become artists of their own adventure.
MEALS [ L ]
Meet up with the guide for a safety briefing about the e-scooters and give the zippy electric scooters a test run on a quiet, flat road to get accustomed to the day’s vehicle. Once you feel comfortable it is time to invite your child to jump on the back of the e-scooter and let the treasure hunt begin. Make sure that smart phones are fully charged to make use of the offline map the guide recommended to download using the hotel’s Wi-Fi the day before.
The aim of the game is to work together using the map and easy GPS coordinates to find the Lost Letters that will lead to clues about the whereabouts of the next destination. Combining all the letters will spell out the Winning Word which eventually leads the team to the final stop where prizes for all the family will be waiting. There is a total of 12 destinations throughout the treasure hunt, including Bagan’s most famous temples, a riverside garden, local villages and an artist’s workshop.
To keep energized during the adventure enjoy a delicious local lunch at one of Bagan’s best vegetarian restaurants with a beautiful setting by the temples. There will also be drink stops at a village and riverside garden in the morning to help keep cool.
Along the way the knowledgeable guide can explain all about Bagan’s history at each of the stops to make this not only a fun adventure for the children but also a great learning activity. The children are in charge of the routing but the guide can provide a few tips whenever necessary to set the family on the right course. Don’t expect too much help though!
The excitements ends at 15:00, depending on how quickly the family works out the clues and the locations of all the stops. (L)
Our services include:
– English-speaking local guide
– 1 e-scooter per adult (1 child can sit on the back of each e-scooter)
– Lunch at a local restaurant
– 2 drink breaks
– 1 small sand painting per person
– 1 prize per person at end of treasure hunt
– Drinking water
Our services do not include:
– Meals other than mentioned
– Personal expenses
– Any other items not mentioned
– Bagan Zone Fees
Similar Tours You May Like
Not quite right or still need some more inspiration? Take a look at the journeys below and discover what other people who liked this tour also looked at!
- Explore Myanmar’s lesser-visited Thandwe region
- Learn about traditional weaving and fishing practices
- Embark on a scenic river cruise, visiting local villages
Yangon Cycling A Cross-River Adventure
- Peddle a mountain bike through a maze of village lanes and green countryside
- Go as local as it gets, off-the-beaten-path, surrounded by friendly locals
- Chit-chat with locals at a small teashop for an authentic Burmese coffee break
Yangon Farm To Table
- Visit an urban organic farm in quiet suburban Yangon
- Learn about organic farming from the farmers
- Enjoy a delicious farm-to-table lunch on an outdoor terrace
Train Ride from Tha Ye Zay to Marble Hill
- Explore local markets and rural life in Mandalay’s outskirts
- Experience a gentle pace of travel by riding on Mandalay’s slow train
- Learn all about marble stone carving at a workshop
Trading Jade in Mandalay
- Step off the tourist path to visit the Mandalay jade market
- Watch as jade is cut and polished by skilled craftsmen
- Learn about Myanmar’s world-famous gem industry
Pindaya village & cooking experience
- Dive head-first into local culture with a hands-on cooking class
- Discover the traditions of Pindaya’s diverse ethnic groups
- Visit markets and villages for a taste of life in the Shan State