Australia announced late Sunday it had suspended a defense training program with Myanmar worth about 1.5 million Australian dollars ($1.2 million) over five years.
Bagan is best known for being one of the country's top tourist attractions, but it has also been the scene of large protest marches against the military's February 1 seizure of power.
State railway workers on Sunday had called a strike, joining a loosely organised Civil Disobedience Movement that was initiated by medical workers and is the backbone of the resistance.
The military says it acted because November's election, which Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy won in a landslide, were marred by irregularities.
The protesters are demanding that power be restored to the deposed civilian government and seek freedom for the nation's elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.