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De Aung Mingalar a Bagan en autobús

07:30
Aung Mingalar, Rangún
17:30
Bagan Shwe Pyi
10h
08:00
Aung Mingalar, Rangún
18:00
Bagan Shwe Pyi
10h
19:00
Aung Mingalar, Rangún
05:00
Bagan Shwe Pyi
10h
19:00
Aung Mingalar, Rangún
05:00
Bagan Shwe Pyi
10h
19:30
Aung Mingalar, Rangún
05:30
Bagan Shwe Pyi
10h
20:00
Aung Mingalar, Rangún
06:00
Bagan Shwe Pyi
10h
21:00
Aung Mingalar, Rangún
06:00
Bagan Shwe Pyi
9h
21:00
Aung Mingalar, Rangún
06:00
Bagan Shwe Pyi
9h

De Yangon Central a Bagan en tren

16:00
Yangon Central
09:30
Bagan
17h 30m
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16:00
Yangon Central
09:30
Bagan
17h 30m
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De Aeropuerto a Bagan en avión

06:30
RGN Aeropuerto
07:40
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 10m
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06:35
RGN Aeropuerto
07:45
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 10m
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06:45
RGN Aeropuerto
07:55
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 10m
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06:45
RGN Aeropuerto
08:10
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 25m
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07:00
RGN Aeropuerto
08:10
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 10m
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07:00
RGN Aeropuerto
08:10
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 10m
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07:00
RGN Aeropuerto
08:25
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 25m
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07:00
RGN Aeropuerto
08:20
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 20m
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07:00
RGN Aeropuerto
09:00
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
2h
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07:00
RGN Aeropuerto
09:10
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
2h 10m
20kg
07:00
RGN Aeropuerto
08:20
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 20m
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07:05
RGN Aeropuerto
08:15
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 10m
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07:15
RGN Aeropuerto
08:25
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 10m
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08:30
RGN Aeropuerto
09:50
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 20m
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15:30
RGN Aeropuerto
16:50
NYU Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Bagan
1h 20m
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Cómo viajar de Rangún a Bagan

Sin duda uno de los momentos estelares de cualquier viaje a Birmania, Bagan, se encuentra a 620 km. al sur de Rangún. No es ninguna sorpresa que la ruta entre Rangún y Bagan esté bien provista para hacer el viaje. Puedes optar por volar o por un viaje por carretera, dependiendo de tu presupuesto y preferencias. Los autobuses, trenes y aviones te permiten tomarte tu tiempo, ahorrarte unos dólares y soportar un largo viaje y una carretera con baches o viajar más rápido y pagar 100+ USD para llegar a los misteriosos templos de Bagan en solo una hora. Sea lo que sea lo que elijas, siempre es una aventura en Birmania.

De Rangún a Bagan en tren

Una línea directa de ferrocarril conecta Rangún con Bagan. Saliendo de Rangún, es la misma línea que se dirige al norte hasta Mandalay, y la línea con destino a Bagan se desvía al sur de Pyinmana, girando al suroeste a Lewe y luego al noroeste a
Taungdwingyi y Kyaukpadaung antes de llegar a la Estación de Ferrocarril de Bagan que se encuentra a 3 km. al sur de Nyaung U. La ruta del ferrocarril es bastante pintoresca ya que serpentea por el campo salpicado de estupas por aquí y por allá, pero también es más largo que el viaje en autobús. Se tardan 17 horas en viajar de Rangún a Bagan en tren.

Solo hay un tren diario entre Rangún y Bagan, el número 61 que sale a las 4 de la tarde y llega a la estación de tren en Nyaung U a las 10 de la mañana siguiente. Los trenes ofrecen vagones de todas las clases disponibles en Birmania: los más baratos son los asientos firmes en “clase regular”, algo más cómodos son los asientos de segunda clase, asientos de clase superior blandos y reclinables y el lujo local, literas en un coche cama. Los precios fluctúan enormemente, desde los 55000 MMK/4 USD del asiento duro si lo compras en persona en la estación a los 80.000 MMK/60 USD por una litera en un coche cama cuando lo compras con antelación desde fuera de Birmania.

Los coches cama son sin duda la manera más cómoda y agradable de recorrer esta larga ruta, sobre todo si viajas con un grupo de amigos o la familia y puedes conseguir un compartimento completo para ti. De lo contrario considera asientos de clase superior que son menos caros que las literas y más que los demás asientos aunque mucho más cómodos.

Recuerda No hay aire acondicionado en los vagones. Algunos tienen ventiladores de techo y otros reciben un soplo de aire fresco de las ventanas abiertas pero en general esto no supone un problema incluso en los meses más cálidos, que son abril y mayo. También merece la pena traerte algo de ropa de abrigo, porque refresca mucho por las noches.

Consejo En temporada baja, el tren número 61 no ofrece coches cama, y tus opciones están limitadas a asientos.

En Rangún, la Estación Central de Ferrocarril de Rangún se encuentra en la calle Kun Chan, enfrente del estadio.

La estación de Ferrocarril de Bagan se encuentra a 500 m. al sur de la estación de autobuses de la Autopista y a unos 3 km del aeropuerto, a una gran distancia de Nyaung U. Hay taxis disponibles para ir a destinos dentro de Nyaung U, Antiguo y Nuevo Bagan por más o menos el mismo precio (8000 MMK/8 USD). Pregunta en tu hotel si proporcionan recogida gratuita desde la estación de tren, ya que algunos de ellos lo hacen para las llegadas al aeropuerto pero siempre puedes regatear. Por lo general, los taxis compartidos piden 2000 MMK por plaza para ir a Nyaung U. Si las tarifas de los taxistas en la estación de tren te parecen demasiado altas, camina 150 m. a la autopista donde puedes conseguir un traslado más barato.

De Rangún a Bagan en autobús

Hay varias estaciones de autobús en Rangún, pero la principal para los autobuses de Bagan es la Estación de Autobuses de la Autopista, también conocida como Terminal de Autobuses de Aung Mingalar. Está a las afueras de la ciudad, a 500 m. al este de la Autopista Aung Mingalar, entre la Calle Sat Hmu y Sa Gaing, a otros siete kilómetros al noreste del aeropuerto Internacional de Rangún.

Para ir a la terminal de autobuses, espera pagar 1000 MMK por un asiento en un taxi compartido o 6000 MMK/5 USD por todo el vehículo.

Puedes comprar los billetes en la ciudad en los mostradores junto al estadio, al norte de la Estación Central de Ferrocarril de Rangún. Seguro que disfrutas del proceso, normalmente nadie utiliza sistemas computarizados y cuando necesitas un billete, hay varias personas implicadas en el proceso hablando, telefoneando, tomando notas en una libreta. De alguna manera, todo funciona a la perfección y si consigues tu billete, tendrás también un asiento. No hay nada de qué preocuparse.

Hay varios autobuses nocturnos de Rangún a Bagan que salen entre las 6 y las 9 de la noche y un autobús matutino a las 9 de la mañana. Tardan unas 9 horas en llegar a Bagan, lo que obviamente es más rápido que los trenes. Sin embargo, hay un par de cosas a tener en cuenta antes de tomar un autobús a Bagan.

  • Puede hacer mucho frío dentro de los autobuses. Como en muchos otros países cálidos, los birmanos tienden a abusar del aire acondicionado en los autobuses. Lleva algo de ropa de abrigo contigo porque no vas a tener suficiente con la mantita que te proporcionen.
  • Los billetes se venden bastante rápido, así que reserva tu viaje con un par de días de antelación.
  • Hay distintas clases de autobuses, desde los más espartanos y ordinarios (desde 15000 MMK/11 USD) a los más cómodos VIP (26000 MMK/19 USD). Es poco probable que puedas echar un sueñecito en un autobús regular porque suelen venir con asientos duros de madera.
  • Los autobuses suelen realizar al menos una parada por el camino para cenar. Espera ver a los birmanos bajarse y comer con ganas a cualquier hora de la noche, ya se trate de medianoche o de las 3 de la mañana: ¡las comidas son importantes!

Recuerda que los autobuses que salen de Rangún por la noche llegan a Bagan pronto por la mañana, entre las 3 y las 5. Intenta comprar tu billete para el autobús que salga más tarde, porque te llevará a destino a una hora más razonable.

La nueva estación de autobuses de la Autopista está cerca de la estación de tren de Bagan, a unos 2.5 km pasado el aeropuerto. Hay taxis a Nyaung U por menos de 2000 MMK, pero también puedes caminar 100 metros a la autopista y parar un medio de transporte que pase por allí. Todos los autobuses que llegan son recibidos por los conductores de taxis al estilo de Birmania, gritando sus precios y presionándote para que te vayas con ellos. Naturalmente, los precios en oferta son ridículamente exagerados. Como es el caso con el aeropuerto y la estación de trenes, tu anfitrión te puede ayudar a organizar el traslado a un mejor precio (unos 5000 MMK/5 USD para Nyaung U, algo más para el Antiguo y Nuevo Bagan.

Vuelos de Rangún a Bagan

Hay un puñado de compañías aéreas que ofrecen vuelos directos diarios entre Rangún y Bagan. La tarifa aérea no tiene nada de asequible: los billetes cuestan a partir de 110 USD por un vuelo de una hora. En temporada baja, puedes encontrar tarifas promocionales con algunos agentes (Rangún-Bagan por unos 80 USD). Volar te ahorra un viaje lleno de baches en autobús o un devastador viaje de 17 horas en tren.

Consejo Las vistas de los templos de Bagan desde las alturas durante el aterrizaje (y el despegue) son increíbles. Es buena idea que, en este caso, pidas un asiento junto a la ventana.

En Rangún, el aeropuerto Internacional de Rangún está a 17 km. al norte de la Estación Central de Ferrocarril. No hay transporte público que la atienda y tendrás que tomar un taxi (8000 MMK/8 USD). Todavía puedes recorrer la mayor parte de la distancia entre la ciudad y el aeropuerto en autobús público: busca autobuses que se dirijan a Sel Maing Kone o Maha Si (pregunta a los lugareños, o será difícil que sepas qué autobús tomar) y camina por la Carretera del Aeropuerto de Rangún. Hay 2.5 km. hasta el edificio de la terminal. Un taxi desde la parada debería costarte como 1 USD.

El aeropuerto de Bagan se encuentra en Nyaung U, al este del Antiguo y Nuevo Bagan. Las instalaciones del aeropuerto son bastante limitadas y no incluyen cajeros automáticos o servicio de cambio de moneda, así que tienes que venir con suficiente moneda local en tu bolso. Los conductores de taxis del aeropuerto piden entre 5000 y 8000 MMK para destinos en Nyaung U, Antiguo y Nuevo Bagan. Si reservas tu alojamiento con uno de los hoteles de nivel medio o superior, comprueba si proporcionan traslados gratuitos desde el aeropuerto, porque muchos lo hacen.

Recuerda En el aeropuerto, tienes que pagar la entrada a la Zona Arqueológica de Bagan de manera obligatoria. No te dejarán salir del edificio de la terminal sin haberlo hecho. Los billetes cuestan 25000 MMK/22 USD. Si por alguna razón sales sin pagarlo, una vez llegues a tu hotel te lo pedirán porque los dueños de hoteles apuntan los números de los billetes cuando registran a los huéspedes.

Continuando viaje desde Bagan

Los autobuses a Mandalay tardan 5 horas y cuestan 10.000 MMK/9 USD. El tren a Mandalay tarda 7½ horas y sale cada día a las 7 de la mañana. Una manera mucho más pintoresca de ir de Bagan a Mandalay es tomar un ferry que va contracorriente por el río Irrawaddy. Los barcos tardan más, al menos nueve horas, pero te libran de los baches del viaje por carretera. Recuerda que hay distintos tipos de barcos, desde los más lentos (10 USD) a otras opciones más lujosas y veloces (50 USD). Hay opiniones de todo tipo: algunos viajeros cuentan maravillas de este viaje en barco entre Bagan y Mandalay, mientras que otros lo consideran demasiado caro, no demasiado pintoresco y aburrido.

A Monywa, a mitad de camino entre Bagan y Mandalay, también puede llegarse en autobús o pasando por Pakokku.

Asimismo, hay autobuses a Kalaw y Taunggyi (para ir al Lago Inle) desde Bagan (desde 12000 MMK/10 USD). El viaje está lleno de baches y recorre una zona montañosa en parte del recorrido. Si tu autobús lleva muchos habitantes locales, no te sorprendas si la mitad de ellos se pasan el viaje vomitando. Durante la parada para comer les verás comiendo con enorme apetito… ¡y después seguirán vomitando! Si te puedes permitir el vuelo, tomar un avión es tu mejor opción para viajar entre Bagan y el Lago Inle.

No hay autobuses directos a Sittwe o Mrauk U así que tienes que cambiar de autobús en Magwe.

Comentarios de pasajeros de un total de 2,659 pasajeros que viajaron con nosotros en esta ruta

En 12Go nuestros agentes ofrecen tres tipos de servicios:

Barato, Rápido, Bueno – ¡pero normalmente solo puedes elegir dos de los tres!
Barato & Rápido no será Bueno (p.ej., autobuses a/desde Khao San Road, autobuses locales o trenes de tercera clase)
Barato & Bueno no será Rápido. (p.ej. trenes VIP en Tailandia)
Rápido & Bueno no será Barato. (p.ej. servicios privados de limusina, o autobuses VIP24 en vez de autobuses Express)

¡Elige tus opciones! Y por favor, recuerda que aunque estamos muy pendientes de los servicios, seguimos siendo una plataforma comercial de agencia de viajes. Esto quiere decir que nos concentramos en el servicio de emisión de billetes y disponibilidad/recorridos de las rutas más que en el ángulo de reclinación de tus asientos para hoy.

27 mar. 2019
bus VIP, Bagan Min Tha
★★★☆☆
Too much cold The rest it is fine
6 feb. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Perfecto. Ni en un Air quatar. Nunca vi igual en autobuses. Pantalla, cargador de electricidad, bollería, bebidas, azafata, más espacio que en muchos aviones. Un lujo
3 ene. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★☆
The journey took an hour less than expected. Comfy seats. The only problem might be that it was extremely cold during the whole journey: bring a coat, thick socks and long pants (not exagerating!)
26 dic. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Our trip with JJ Express was very orderly and everyone was kind. The check-in was easy and organized, they have a good system for storing the bags. It was possible to get on the bus half and hour earlier than the time of departure. The seats were comfortable. We think that the company could consider turning down the AC, even with the warning it seems excessively cold. Also, packing the snacks in smaller boxes to be less wasteful.
2 oct. 2018
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★★
Conforme .
12 jul. 2018
bus VIP, Bagan Min Tha
★★★★★
Really comfortable and you have your own space with blanket, toothpaste, toothbrush, toilet and they even give you a coke!
8 jul. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Excelente las condiciones del bus y la puntualidad de la empresa. Muy recomendado.
1 may. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★☆
We reserved the whole 4-berth compartment with 2 people. Trip was very interesting. You can see the every day life of the local people in urban areas. I would go for a bus if you care about comfortability, because the train does not have air conditioning and you will be covered by sand that consistently blows in from the window.
29 abr. 2019
bus Express, Bagan Min Tha
★★★★★
Very comfortable seats and everything is provided for long trips. The only disadvantage was that seats are not very clean but still it was a very comfy 10hour trip
23 abr. 2019
bus Express, Bagan Min Tha
★★☆☆☆
What an experience, i was the only western person on the bus much to everyone else’s amusement, people kept staring at me the whole journey watching what I was eating, sleeping etc, made me feel slightly uncomfortable. They driver didn’t speak English and when we stopped wanted me to get off the bus with no explanation just shouted ‘OFF’ at me, strange experience won’t be doing it again any time soon. The bus itself was ok, clean, water and blanket but it was noisy, the TV was playing most of the journey which was loud too
20 abr. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★☆
Only issue is no toilet on board
15 abr. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★★
Best train trip ever in sleepers ! Such an adventure , private space , private WC, spacious beds for two people and it lasted 19 hours ! What a trip it made our travel even better ! Anyone who likes an adventure should try the sleepers
6 abr. 2019
bus Express, Bagan Min Tha
★★★★★
Really helpful company. We were stuck in traffic but they waited for us. Thanks a lot!
5 abr. 2019
bus VIP 31, Mandalar Minn Express
★★★★★
One of the most luxurious busses i have ever slept in. Vert spacious, snacks, coffee, refreshing towels provided.
3 abr. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
We were late 20 min but called ahead of time to let them know. They waited. The entire drive was good. The 2 rest stops for 9 hours trip was appropriate. Snacks, blankets were provided.
29 mar. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★☆☆
The bus was clean and the seats were reasonably comfortable. However it was really difficult to sleep because of how bumpy the road was. Also because the bus has no toilet the toilet stops woke me up every time I went to sleep. About three stops through the night. The AC was freezing! If possible I would find an alternative mode of transport that allowed for more sleep and comfortable ride if travelling through the night
25 mar. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Felt like in a aircraft with snacks, water, hostess a nd announcement .Smooth ride started on time and reached 1 hr before time.Stopped twice at good location for food and WC. Excellent liedown seats had good sleep without pain in neck or back ,what I feared!
19 mar. 2019
bus VIP, Bagan Min Tha
★★★★★
The service was very good, except to the conditioner air cause it Was very ice in the evening
18 mar. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Best overnight bus service experience as they provide snacks, entertainment device and blanket for the journey.
14 mar. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★☆☆
The food was way too expensive.. They really make a lot of money, always ask the price before.. Other then that it's a long ride and you probably gonna be late but it's fun, you kind of have to try at least once.
12 mar. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★★
Great trip, friendly people, amazing atmosphere. Don’t take bus, take train!
12 mar. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★☆
Convenient way to get a train ticket. Of course it is relatively expensive way.
4 mar. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★☆
Thanks for delivering to the hotel. Trip went very well
4 mar. 2019
bus Express, Bagan Min Tha
★★★★★
Comfortable ride, when you get off the bus at the end taxi drivers bump up the price. There should be a sign with the prices listed on how much for each city.
1 mar. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★☆☆☆
Too long, too bumpy, very hard to sleep. I don't recommend it, vip bus is a much better option.
18 feb. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Ótimo serviço, confortável, no horário.
11 feb. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Good Customer Service when we arrived at JJ bus counter & has proceed us to VIP lounge for waiting the bus come.
4 feb. 2019
bus VIP, Bagan Min Tha
★★★★★
I had a good experience traveling with the the bus.
24 ene. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Probably the most comfortable long distance bus trip I have ever had. However the bus manager never got back to me as he promised when I noted half the seat belt was missing. He notified the bus driver but of course what could he do. And of course I didn't really expect either of them to be able to do anything.
22 ene. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★☆☆
A unique experience & must do, take plenty of warm clothes and/or a blanket though coz it gets very cold over night & don’t expectalot of sleep as it’s very noisy & bumpy. Another tip, beware of the guys at Yango Stn in fluro tops wanting to take your bags, as it can prove very costly!
21 ene. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★★
The train ride from Yangon to Bagan would definitely be one of the highlights of our trip! The view along the way was just insanely amazing: we got to see the messier suburbs of Yangon and all the rural landscapes along the plains. It truly is a glimpse of what life is in Myanmar outside the “touristy destinations”. The train was quite bumpy and uncomfortable (especially after midnight) but we still got a decent 6 hours of sleep. A friendly guy came and collected our meal orders at the start of the ride, and by dinner/breakfast the food was delivered right to the window. This is definitely a magical experience, and although it might not be for everyone, I think it is one of the most memorable train rides I have ever taken.
9 ene. 2019
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★★
As a family of 4, with our own compartment and western style toilet (!) we had a great journey. We locked both doors and were uninterrupted for the entire trip. We had plenty of water and snacks as there is not much chance to get food/drinks en route - once in your compartment, there is no possible way to the rest of the train. We took blankets bought from the market in Yangon and were glad we did. Chugging through the countryside was a wonderful bird's eye view of rural life in Myanmar: pigs, poultry, oxen and ploughs, happy locals waving to the train. Lovely fun. Not much suspension and quite a rollicking journey but THE best way to travel. We picked up the 12 AsiaGo tickets at the named address in Yangon where they were very helpful.
6 ene. 2019
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Excellent service, just be careful with the AC, it's get too cold
1 ene. 2019
train #61 Upper Class, Myanmar Railways
★★★★☆
There was no sleeper and the food was overpriced but the ride was beautiful and the service from 12go was brilliant. An amazing experience
28 dic. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★☆☆
The bus is slightly old, the journey feels a bit rough.
16 dic. 2018
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★☆☆☆
Rough and long trip
15 dic. 2018
bus VIP, Bagan Min Tha
★★★★☆
Trip was very fast (we arrived one hour earlier). Comfortable the seats and very helpful people onboard.
11 dic. 2018
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★★
The trip is worth the price. A very unique experience. The biggest part of the trip was the view, which was, to say the least, insanely good. We got a close up view of the simple life of many Burmese people living in the rural regions, especially farmers who were caring for their crops. We also saw many animals and children who waved to us. The scenery was also impressive and varied, changing as we crossed different regions. We also got very nice photos. Moving on to the logistical front (read on for the important details), best to arrive early at the train station. We arrived at 3 pm just in case, but the train arrived at about 3.30 pm and left sharply at 4 pm. The train does sway from side to side occasionally, and it can get bumpy sometimes. However it is pretty manageable (just need to be careful when you stand up) and we did have nice naps. There is a restaurant car (but not sure if every train comes with it, our train is #61) and a friendly young man came to collect our orders for dinner before the train departed yangon central station. The food comes at 7 pm when the train stops for 2 minutes. The train is an express train and only stops to pick up/drop off passengers at certain points during the trip. However it does stop about every 45 minutes, presumably waiting for signals to make sure the track ahead is clear. Each time the stops are only about a minute or two so there is very little time to get off to take photos. During the day we kept all the windows open and the breeze was cooling. However when night came it became colder and colder (we went in early December which is the colder season - however do note that during the way the sun shines hot and it will be hot). However we made the mistake of not bringing a blanket and not wearing multiple layers which was a terrible mistake as it got extremely cold at midnight and those who were more cold-sensitive amongst us could not sleep well, so we had to wake up and wear long pants and jackets,and not just that, but also close all the windows, and turn off the fan. Only then could we sleep. However we did in the end get at least 6 hours of sleep as the train ride is long and at night there is not much to do. As for entertainment, we tried watching a movie on a laptop but the train's noise was too loud for us to hear the lines, even with a Bluetooth speaker. However we could play music on the speaker fine at a higher volume. There is also a lot of space so you can walk around a bit if you feel claustrophobic. Overall it is a worthy experience that is worth the price and slight inconvenience. Lastly, there were 5 of us and each cabin only holds 4. We assumed that the cabins are connected. They are not. Meaning our 5th member has to be on the other cabin all the time or with us all the time. However, we decided to squeeze all five of us in and it did work out ok, just that one of us had to sleep on the floor, but that was entirely out of preference as it is possible to squeeze 2 in a bed as the bed is quite spacious.
10 dic. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
This was the best bus I've been on so far. It was sooo comfortable. Each seat had a tv screen wirh movies, music and games. You could recline the seat way back so you could sleep comfortably. They provide snacks and water onboard, as well as a blanket which you'll need because it gets pretty cold inside the bus. I enjoyed the bus so much I'm looking forward to the ride back to Yangon!
29 nov. 2018
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★★
Easy ticket booking & collection. Yangon - Bagan train ride is great.
19 nov. 2018
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★★
Tickets arrived as promised at our hotel. The train trip was so much fun! Yes, it was bumpy and rocky at times, but so fun! Beds were comfy and I slept like a rock. My daughter and I preordered food, which was delivered to us, and very good. Everyone very helpful. A great experience, and a must for all train lovers!
9 nov. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Excellent. Nice crew. Clean bus. Safe driver.
5 nov. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★☆
Busride was fine, everyone was very nice and Bus on time. We didn’t like the seats, they were huge but somehow still uncomfortable and they turned on the big lights for a stop at 2:30 in the night when everyone just wanted to sleep. Besides seat and light we can recommend this trip
28 oct. 2018
bus VIP, Bagan Min Tha
★★★★★
Air co not do cold, cola, water and snack provided. After 2 hours there was a stop for food and drink.
6 oct. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Very comfortable trip!
4 oct. 2018
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★☆
Little bit bumpy but a interesting journey from Yangon to Bagan
3 oct. 2018
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★☆
A really bumpie ride in an old train, but very punctual, on time and offered a great view!
8 sept. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★☆
The station staffs at Yangon was helpful, they waited for me when my grab driver called to inform I was running late for 5 mins. The journey was pleasant, the seat was a little uncomfortable at leg room area. It comes with warm blanket. I chose to shut down the cool aircon blower but I still feel its cold inside the bus cabin. The driver made few quick stop when he needs a stretch, which I don't mind as I rather not having the driver risk driving when tired. We made 2-3 toilet stop & still able to arrive Bagan station within the 10hours. The taxi drivers at Bagan station are very persistent. One way to Nyaung U cost 10k, one way to Old Bagan cost 12k while one way to New Bagan cost 15k.
30 ago. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Great service. Keep it up!
13 ago. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
The Bus was great and almost like a plan with onboard movies and huge seats. AC was okay and we stopped once for 30 min where we’ve been asked to wait at the food court of that weigh station. The bus was locked for this time and the cold air stayed inside and the mosquitos outside - a big plus! The bus drive itself was quiet and the next annoying thing were the taxi drivers at the Bagan bus station. We got a taxi for 12.000 mmk to New Bagan and the Hotel Provider a free shuttle back to the bus station when we left for Inle Lake. So don’t get ripped of by those taxi guys! Better get an e-bike for 5.000 mmk a day ;-)
5 ago. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Good service! Left and arrived on time. Would have greatly appreciated if they can transfer from the terminal to the hotels cause it was very early in the morning
4 ago. 2018
bus VIP, Bagan Min Tha
★★★★★
Nice trip :)
19 jul. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★☆
JJ Express is the best service available in Myanmar and put other western operators in the shade. The seats recline almost fully, a blanket, a screen with movies, a box of pastries and a bottle of water, and there are rest stops. The air conditioning is as cold as they say, but very little reason to complain.
3 jul. 2018
train #61 Sleeper, Myanmar Railways
★★★★★
The staff at 12goasia could not have been more kind, friendly and helpful! Highly recommend ????
29 jun. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Amazing
14 jun. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
Great, very comfortable, got some snacks and drinks for the way. Stopped for a restroom approximately every two hours. Arrived 30 minutes earlier :)
13 jun. 2018
bus VIP, JJ Express
★★★★★
We really enjoyed it. We were pleseantly suprised by the service provided on the board. We would recommend to everyone

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