Amara Mountain Resort

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

    Mandalay and surroundings

    A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... usual pagodas and tea houses, a market and walk along the river. It is pleasant and we a sense of the city. Tomorrow we have a day tour booked to different towns around Mandalay so I hope for a good day.

    Today, we paid the son of the owner of our hotel to take us around the outside sights of Mandalay. It was a great day. We saw lots of beautiful sights including as you can imagine many pagodas. Everywhere you look there is a stupa. Our driver Min Min (everyone is ...

    Hanging Downtown with the Monks

    A travel blog entry by jakepaul on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... conversation, the Monk then suggested I might like a tour of the monastery. Why not? It amazes me what a simple life Monks lead. They wake up very early each day and head out to spend the morning collecting alms. This is then followed by hours of classes which include subjects such as religious teachings and English throughout the day. When Monks reach a certain age they sit an examination to progress on to the next stage of learning. If they pass this ...

    Here Buddha, there Buddha, everywhere a BUDDHA

    A travel blog entry by martinahowell on Jun 19, 2014

    1 comment, 56 photos

    ... second stop was Laykyun Setkyar Standing Buddha Image. It was built by Bodhi Tahtaung Sayadaw, a venerable monk and is the second tallest
    Buddha Image in the world at 116 meters. It is completely hollow inside and while walking to the top every floor is full of Buddhas and paintings of Buddhist hell with the various forms of
    torture meted out to sinners. The paintings are very colourful and show victims being tenderized, chopped, sliced, ...

    Mandalay-stairway to heaven?! Or another pagoda??

    A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Jun 19, 2014

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... bottle of cold water I took off my runners once again and hit the stairs running. NOT! Having learned my lesson it was slowly slowly all the way up. Having many buddha status as excuses to pause and take a few breaths the climb was steady. For having designed and built so many amazing temples someone really should explain to them the height to width ratio a stair should be. I mean they either are knee height but only wide enough to put your toes or extra wide but ...

    Mandalay

    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jun 13, 2014

    15 photos

    ... is arguably even more disappointing. It’s raining, which doesn’t help, but our walk takes us down potholed streets, across open sewers and past derelict buildings. We do see the occasional gem though: an antique clock tower in the middle of one junction; a local, and really busy, paratha stall, making and selling the traditional Indian breads; and Nylon, an ice cream and coffee shop that’s become something of an institution. We end ...