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Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort


This resort is set amongst 24 acres on the banks of the Ayeyarwady River. The Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort is the most ecologically-aware hotel in Bagan, meaning that dining here is not only sumptuous, but also sustainable. From the okra in their vegetable tempura to the mint in their mojito, much of the produce used here is sourced from the onsite vegetable and herb gardens. In fact the Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort goes that little bit further in encouraging visitors to bring seeds from their own corners of the globe to plant in the garden, with the prospect of returning to Thiripyitsaya one day to see their produce in use.

The menu at this Bagan hotel is a succinct fusion of Western and Asian dishes. As the sun goes down the lights of the ground blaze on, and it will be hard to find a table without a stunning view. There is an infinity pool (the biggest of all the Bagan hotels) which appears to spill out into the Ayeyarwady. There is also an especially well stocked boutique shop where guests can buy souvenirs. It is possible to buy a wide range of hand-woven lotus fabric, antique lacquerware, silverware, longyis, and photographs and artwork from the region.

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