27 Nov 2021

Bagan Temple Marathon
27 Nov 2021

2000 Wonders Await

Take on THE Temple Run!

Tucked away in central Myanmar and home to more than 2.000 temples, Bagan’s beauty and historical significance is unsurpassed. Sacred pagodas and beautiful temples are scattered across the plains, creating a mystical, striking landscape. The marathon course will take runners on a voyage of discovery into this alluring and seemingly untouched land.

Choose to run the marathon, half-marathon, or 10 km - or come along and cheer!



We, at Albatros Adventure Marathons, understand your concerns regarding COVID-19 and how this may affect your plans to participate in our marathon. The health and safety of our runners is our top priority and for this reason, we are monitoring the situation closely on a daily basis. We are aware of the seriousness of the situation and are following the WHO guidelines and travel restrictions imposed by numerous countries.  

We are still hopeful that the situation will improve and that we can move forward with our race. For the moment, we are therefore not able to make a final decision on the race being cancelled, such a decision will only be made at the earliest 4 weeks prior to the event, but no later than 2 weeks before the start of the tour package.  

Our booking terms will remain the same, but in the unfortunate case of a race being cancelled by us, we will issue a full refund.

Please bear with us during these uncertain times, and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.  

Stay safe and hope to see you soon!

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Beautiful country with great people guided by nice guides. Well-organised race with a fantastic route through the countryside.

2014 Bagan Temple Marathon Finisher