Amara Mountain Resort

Address: 10/182 Thida Road Quarter 10, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 10/182 Thida Road Quarter 10, Mandalay.
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    Travel Blogs from Mandalay

    Myanmar: Reflections on a country

    A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Jun 29, 2015

    ... of the impact of travellers on an area by being allowed to see a country that has been protected from them/us/the tourist industry. I hope I can take that learning with me to other places on our trip, and see the countries we end up with a more rounded view with my new founded awareness that tourists can make and break a country in one fowl swoop. Thank you Myanmar, and especially to our trekking guide in Kalaw - July, for an unforgettable time. GB ...

    Emergency change of plans

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 09, 2015

    4 photos

    ... toots of the horn.

    The road which is normally crowded and chaotic, was more so, because teams of men complete with huge lorries were clearing up and trimming the damaged trees from a recent storm.

    We arrived at U Bein carpark for the pedestrian bridge, just before dusk. It was strewn with the normal debris compressed into the mud that we have come to expect, together with many buses, taxis and cars. They were supplemented by all the horse carriage drivers and boat ...

    Mingalaba (Hello) Myanmar (Burma) - Mandalay

    A travel blog entry by sarahjo1 on Mar 22, 2015

    1 comment, 26 photos

    First stop, the day I arrived in Mandalay, was Sunset at Mandalay Hill. Mandalay Hill is a 760ft barefooted climb up covered stairs. I was running late to catch sunset so took a cab and then walked down. The view from the summit shows you how pancake flat the city is. It is very popular at sunset, though the city seemed overcast/smoggy everyday I was there so I think you would be lucky to get a clean sunset view.
    The evening time was also when some ...

    The Burmese People...

    A travel blog entry by natasha.strong on Mar 16, 2015

    The locals are the friendliest and most helpful people I have ever come across. If you stop in the street looking lost you can guarantee someone will approach you trying to help and they'll continue to try and help even after they realise your map is in English and they cannot read it. Buying a ticket for the 5.30am bus, the vendor asks where you are staying and if you need a lift... for free of course. Just wanting to help. Being ill all night and camping out in the ...

    The end of phase 1

    A travel blog entry by sierrayla on Jan 12, 2015

    21 photos

    ... was about the only part of the advertisement that was accurate. There were padded seats inside, but they looked to be about 30 years old and were not particularly comfortable, and didn’t recline. There were also seats on the upper deck, but they were some of the most uncomfortable wicker chairs I’ve ever sat in (most of the boats I had been on had comfy reclined wicker chairs). There was tea and coffee, but we were told breakfast wouldn’t be served until 7. ...