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Available in Yangon , Bagan, Mandalay, Inle Lake and Kalaw.


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Yangon to Bagan

Regular bus: 08:00, 19:00

VIP bus: 20:00

Bagan to Yangon 

Regular bus: 08:00, 19:00

VIP bus: 20:00

Yangon to Mandalay 

Regular bus: 09:00, 21:00

VIP bus: 09:00, 21:30

Mandalay to Yangon

Regular bus: 09:00, 21:00

VIP bus: 09:00, 21:30

Bagan to Nyaung Shwe (Inle Lake)

Regular bus: 08:00, 19:00

VIP bus: 20:30

Nyaung Shwe (Inle Lake) to Bagan 

Regular bus: 19:00

VIP bus: 19:30


Aung Mingalar Highway Station – Thudamma Road, North Okklalapa Township, Yangon. 

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To get there by taxi from downtown costs K7000 and takes 45 minutes to one hour, depending on traffic. There are Visa- and Mastercard-ready ATMs at Aung Mingalar Bus Terminal, located at the bus arrivals point.


Kywel Sae Kan Highway Station( Chan Mya Shwe Pyi Highway Station), Tharyarwaddy Mingyi Road.

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The journey by taxi from the centre of town to this station takes about 45 minutes and costs K6000.


Bagan Shwe Pyi – It is located at Nyaung U – Kuauk Pa Daung Highway Road.

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The station is located south east of Nyaung U – further away from town than the airport. A taxi from Nyaung U to the bus terminal will take 15 minutes and cost K8,000. Old Bagan or New Bagan (20 minutes) will cost around K10,000.

Nyaung Shwe

Bagan Minthar Bus Ticket Counter, Nyaung Shwe-Taunggyi Pick-up Station, Near Travel Lion Tour Services.

Since station is not on map, Easiest way to find the station is to ask directions at the your hotel. 

Some hotels and guest houses are within walking distance of the departure point, and a taxi from your accommodation should cost no more than K1500 (note that hotels located on shores of the lake itself are reached by boat or car - transport from these will usually be pre-arranged).

Bus Stations

Bagan to Kalaw

Regular bus: 08:00, 19:00

VIP bus: 08:30, 20:30

Nyaung Shwe (Inle Lake) to Yangon

Regular bus: 9:00

VIP bus: 8:00,18:00

Mandalay to Nyaung Shwe (Inle Lake)


Bagan to Mandalay

07:00,08:30,09:00,12:00,13:00, 14:30,16:00,17:00, 20:30

Mandalay to Bagan


Bagan - This temple town, also known as "Bagan Archaeological Zone", is one of Myanmar’s main attractions and has four main settlements– Nyaung U, Old Bagan, Myinkaba and New Bagan. Try to visit the various pagodas and temples at sunset or sunrise for amazing views and pictures.


Mandalay  - From it’s lovely walkway along the moat to the countless pagodas and monasteries, markets and street food, this city hides more than a few charms under its hectic first impression. 

Yangon - The country's largest metropolis is also its commercial and intellectual hub . The city is enjoying a cultural flourish with new restaurants, bars, and shops opening up.  It's worth starting though  with the awe-inspiring Buddhist monument Shwedagon Pagoda, and other beautiful monuments around the city. 

Inle Lake- The region is one of Myanmar's top destinations and for a good reason.  13.5 miles long and seven miles wide – surrounded by marshes and floating gardens, where stilt-house villages and Buddhist temples rise above the water, and Intha fishermen propel their boats along. Nyaungshwe is the accommodation and transport hub of the region. 

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Q: How long do the rides take?

A: Approx. Yangon - Bagan: 9-10 hours, Yangon - Mandalay: 8.5-9 hours, Bagan - Nyaung Shwe: 8-10 hours. 

Q: What kind of buses are these?

A: There are regular tourist buses and VIP buses which have more space. all buses have A/C and provide blankets. 

Q: Do buses have toilets?

A: No, but they make rest stops along the way.

Q: Is there room for luggage? 

A: Yes.

Q: Who operates the buses? 

A: Buses are booked by Flymya and the are booked from various companies, including Bagan Min Tha, Boss Express and JJ Express. 

Q: Can I change my booking later?

A: Tickets can be changed or cancelled with a 10% cancellation fee until 30 days before departure.  After that they cannot be changed and are non refundable. 


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