Expat-run Mandalay Motorcycle has 125cc and 150cc scooters and trail bikes for rent. Call ahead or email them to arrange rental and plan your route, or organise a guided tour; a one-week tour is around US$2100.
Academy provides a bus service connecting Bagan and Mandalay with Mrauk U. The bus departs Kwe Se Kan bus station daily at 4pm and the journey normally takes 20 to 22 hours.
Pick-ups to Kwe Se Kan Bus Station leave from 27th St, just east of the intersection with 83rd St, when they're full, which happens on a pretty regular basis.
Well-run motorcycle rental that can set you up cheap Chinese 90cc scooters all the way up to a gorgeous Honda Shadow. Call ahead or book online.
Two locations on the same block in the middle of the backpacker zone rent bicycles (per day K2000) and small motorbikes (per day from K10,000).
The wet-season jetty for boats docking at Mingun; it's just a short distance from the dry-season jetty.
Bagan express ferries (nine hours) daily October to March, every couple of days April to September. Get tickets from a booth at the jetty.
Shwei Keinnery ferries to Bagan, plus seasonal boats to Mingun and Inwa. Departures from Gawein Jetty, which is near the ticket office.
Bus to Amarapura. At the time of research, many buses plied this route, including the '30' line.
Trishaws to Inwa jetty (10 minutes) await at the Inwa Lanzou junction just west of Ava Bridge.