We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews the river day trip teak bridge walk around u bein bridge burmese life awe inspiring worth a visit amazing views there are so many panoramic view first stop surrounding area hill monasteries sites nuns
Sagaing Hill is located at Sagaing region which is next to Mandalay region. It used to be the capital of Burmese Kingdom before moving to Innwa. There are hundreds of Pagoda built on the hill. We booked the taxi service for a day tour from...More
It's a long and winding road up to the top, but the effort is worth it. The views across the hills, dotted with pagodas, and down to the river are magnificent. But so too is the massive stupa on the summit. As usual, lots of...More
In the hill there are several sites of interest.
We visited the caves at Tilawkaguru, the temple of Soon U Pon Nya Shin Paya and the Buddha statues in U Min Thonze Caves.
There was some traffic to go there as the route is quite...More
I had great fun driving up here. Beautiful views all the way up. I've never seen so many monks in my life. The temple on top is nice to explore, but the views are what make this place special. Amazing. They are currently building a...More
This place is not 5 dots, it's 50! If you're in Mandalay for just one day or less, this is the place to visit. The hill opens up it's treasures already when you're crossing the bridge over the Irrawaddy river to Sagaing. Hundreds of golden...More
The pastel colored temple is not much to see, but the view of the Irawaddy River and the surrounding area around Mandalay is worth a quick drive up this hill. Be careful on a hot day, as the ground may scald your feet.
Sagaing hill is an elevated part, hill as its name says, south of Mandalay. It's across the Irrawaddy from the picturesque village of Innwa.
The Sagaing claims to be the Buddhist spiritual center of this part of Myanmar. It has hundreds of temples, beautiful vistas,...More